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Popular Music in America : And the Beat Goes On

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Edition:
2nd
ISBN13:

9780534555344

ISBN10:
0534555349
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
2/25/2005
Publisher(s):
Schirmer

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Summary

Enhance your understanding of popular music with POPULAR MUSIC IN AMERICA: AND THE BEAT GOES ON! This fascinating music text provides a chronological examination of the roots and history of American popular music from 1840 to the present. Throughout the text, you are asked to relate music to other music, music to words, and music to cultural context in order to further develop and apply your active listening skills. Learning is made easy with the book-specific website that contains an active listening guide, tutorials, and more. You will complete the text with a comprehensive understanding of popular music: where it came from, how it evolved, how styles interrelate, and how patterns of influence helped shape it over the years.

Table of Contents

Preface xv
The Elements and Identity of Popular Music
1(19)
Muddy Waters and the Electric Blues
1(1)
The Sound of Electric Blues
2(1)
The Message of the Lyrics
2(1)
The Message of the Music: Defining the Sounds
3(4)
Listening Guide: ``Standing Around Crying''
7(1)
Muddy Waters
Chuck Berry and the Roots of Rock and Roll
8(1)
The Message of the Lyrics
9(2)
Listening Guide: ``Maybellene''
11(1)
Chuck Berry
Chuck Berry
The Message of the Music
12(3)
Toward a Definition of Popular Music
15(4)
Looking Back, Looking Ahead
19(1)
Terms to Know
19(1)
Popular Music in the Nineteenth Century
20(24)
High-Brow, Low-Brow in America During The Early Nineteenth Century
20(1)
Urban Music
20(1)
Rural Music: Anglo-American Folk Music
21(2)
Listening Guide: ``Old Joe Clark''
23(1)
Ben Jarrell
Summary
23(1)
The Birth of American Popular Music
24(1)
America's Emerging Identity
24(1)
The Early Minstrel Show
25(1)
Listening Guide: ``De Boatmen's Dance''
26(3)
Dan Emmett
Robert Winans
Stephen Foster and the Development of a New American Style
29(1)
Listening Guide: ``Old Folks at Home''
29(2)
Stephen Foster
Richard Lalli
African American Entertainers After the Civil War
31(2)
Diversity in Popular Stage Entertainment After The Civil War
33(1)
Vaudeville
33(1)
The Revue
34(1)
Musical Comedy
34(1)
Operetta
35(1)
Summary
36(1)
Tin Pan Alley
36(2)
Dance Rhythms in Popular Songs
38(1)
Listening Guide: ``Take Me Out to the Ball Game''
39(1)
Albert von Tilzer
Harvey Hindermeyer
Bands and Band Music
40(1)
John Philip Sousa
41(1)
Looking Back, Looking Ahead
42(1)
Terms to Know
43(1)
The Emergence of African American Music
44(22)
Ragtime
44(2)
Listening Guide: ``Maple Leaf Rag''
46(2)
Scott Joplin
Scott Joplin
The Legacy of Ragtime
48(1)
Syncopated Dance Music
49(1)
The Fox Trot
50(2)
Blues
52(2)
The Sound of Country Blues
54(1)
Listening Guide: ``Hellhound on My Trail''
55(1)
Robert Johnson
Robert Johnson
The Sound of Classic Blues
56(1)
Listening Guide: ``Empty Bed Blues''
57(2)
Bessie Smith
Bessie Smith
Early Jazz
59(4)
Listening Guide: ``Dippermouth Blues''
63(2)
Joe Oliver
King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band
Looking Back, Looking Ahead
65(1)
Terms to Know
65(1)
The Modern Era in Popular Music
66(27)
The Modern Era
66(1)
Sex, Booze, and All That Jazz
67(1)
The First Technological Revolution: From Radio to Talking Pictures
68(2)
Song and Dance in the Modern Era
70(1)
Dance Fads of the 1920s
70(1)
Listening Guide: ``Charleston''
71(3)
James P. Johnson
Paul Whiteman
The New Popular Song and the Integration of Song and Dance
74(2)
Listening Guide: ``Sunday''
76(3)
Clifford Gray
J. Fred Coots
Jean Goldkette Orchestra
Popular Music as Art
79(1)
George Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue
79(2)
Listening Guide: Rhapsody in Blue
81(3)
George Gershwin
Paul Whiteman
Louis Armstrong and Jazz as Art
84(1)
Listening Guide: ``West End Blues''
85(3)
Joseph Oliver
Clarence Williams
Louis Armstrong's
Summary
88(1)
Jazz, Blues, and the Birth of Modern Popular Singing
88(1)
Listening Guide: ``After You've Gone''
89(2)
Henry Creamer
Turner Layton
Paul Whiteman
Looking Back, Looking Ahead
91(1)
Terms to Know
92(1)
Swing and Sweet
93(25)
Fred, Ginger, and the Acceptance of the Modern Popular Song
93(1)
Listening Guide: ``Cheek to Cheek''
94(3)
Irving Berlin
Fred Astaire
Fletcher Henderson and the Roots of Big-Band Swing
97(1)
Listening Guide: ``Wrappin' It Up''
98(1)
Fletcher Henderson
Fletcher Henderson
Swing and Sweet
99(1)
The Sound of Swing: Glenn Miller's ``Chattanooga Choo Choo''
100(1)
Listening Guide: ``Chattanooga Choo Choo''
101(2)
Glenn Miller
Glenn Miller
The Sound of Sweet: ``Heart and Soul''
103(1)
Listening Guide: ``Heart and Soul''
104(2)
Frank Loesser
Hoagy Carmichael
Connee Boswell
Mainstreaming the Blues
106(1)
Billie Holiday and the Next Major Step in Popular Song
106(1)
Listening Guide: ``All of Me''
107(2)
Seymour Simons
Gerald Marks
Eddie Heywood
Summary
109(1)
Jazz in the Swing Era
109(1)
Duke Ellington's ``Ko-ko''
110(1)
Listening Guide: ``Ko-ko''
111(1)
Edward ``Duke'' Ellington
Duke Ellington
Song Interpretation: Popular Singing After World War II
112(2)
Listening Guide: ``Taking a Chance on Love''
114(1)
Vernon Duke
Tony Bennett
Looking Back, Looking Ahead
115(2)
Terms to Know
117(1)
Musical Theater
118(25)
Popular Song as a Dramatic Tool
119(1)
George M. Cohan: Toward an American Musical Comedy
120(1)
Music On-stage in the Early Twentieth Century
120(1)
George M. Cohan
121(1)
Listening Guide: ``Yankee Doodle Boy''
122(1)
George M. Cohan
Richard Perry
Show Boat: An American Musical Play
123(1)
Music On-stage in the 1920s
124(1)
The Novelty of Show Boat
124(1)
Listening Guide: ``Ol' Man River''
125(3)
Jerome Kern
Oscar Hammerstein II
Paul Robeson
Oklahoma! and the Golden Era of Musical Theater
128(1)
Oklahoma! The Musical as Drama
128(1)
Song as a Dramatic Tool
128(1)
Listening Guide: ``Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin'''
129(3)
Richard Rodgers
Oscar Hammerstein II
Gordon MacRae
Beyond the Broadway Musical: West Side Story
132(1)
Listening Guide: ``Cool''
133(1)
Leonard Bernstein
Summary
134(1)
Musical Theater in the Rock Era
135(1)
Rock on Broadway
135(1)
Contemporary Musical Theater
136(2)
Listening Guide: ``Another Hundred People''
138(3)
Stephen Sondheim
Pamela Myers
Summary
141(1)
Looking Back, Looking Ahead
141(1)
Terms to Know
142(1)
Country and Folk Music, 1920--1955
143(27)
The Emergence of Country and Folk Music
143(1)
Technology Creates Country Music from Folk
144(1)
Ralph Peer and the Lomaxes: Country and Folk Music
144(3)
Country Music Hits the Pop Charts
147(1)
Vernon Dalhart and ``The Prisoner's Song''
147(1)
Listening Guide: ``The Prisoner's Song''
147(2)
Traditional
Vernon Dalhart
August 1927, Bristol, Tennessee
149(2)
Listening Guide: ``Blue Yodel No. 11''
151(1)
Jimmie Rodgers
Jimmie Rodgers
Country's New Directions in the 1930s
152(1)
Bob Wills: Putting the Swing in Country
153(1)
Listening Guide: ``Steel Guitar Rag''
154(1)
Leon McAuliffe
Bob Wills
Gene Autry: Putting the ``Western'' in ``Country and Western''
155(1)
Summary
156(1)
Woody Guthrie: Folk Splits from Country
157(1)
Listening Guide: ``Do-Re-Mi''
158(1)
Woody Guthrie
Woody Guthrie
On the Charts: Country after World War II
159(1)
Bill Monroe and the Birth of Bluegrass
159(2)
Listening Guide: ``It's Mighty Dark to Travel''
161(1)
Bill Monroe
Bill Monroe
Hank Williams and the Redefinition of Country Music
162(2)
Listening Guide: ``Your Cheatin' Heart''
164(2)
Hank Williams
Hank Williams
Folk Goes Pop (By Accident)
166(1)
Listening Guide: ``This Land Is Your Land''
167(1)
Woody Guthrie
Looking Back, Looking Ahead
168(1)
Terms to Know
169(1)
Latin Music in the United States
170(24)
Latin Music
171(1)
The Roots of Latin Music
171(1)
Latin Music in the United States
172(1)
The First Stage: Latin Dances as Exotic Novelty
173(1)
Don Azpiazu and the Cuban Rumba
173(1)
Listening Guide: ``El Manisero'' (``The Peanut Vendor'')
174(1)
Sunshine Marion
Gilbert Wolfe
Simons Moises
Don Azpiazu
The Second Stage: Hybrids and Transformations
175(1)
American-generated Latin Hybrids: Porter, Cugat, and the Latin Song
175(1)
Listening Guide: ``Begin the Beguine''
176(2)
Cole Porter
Xavier Cugat
Latin-generated Transformations
178(2)
Listening Guide: ``Complicacion''
180(2)
Francisco Aguabella
Tito Puente
The Third Stage: Latin and Caribbean Music in the Rock Era
182(1)
Music from Brazil
182(2)
Listening Guide: ``The Girl from Ipanema''
184(2)
Antonio Carlos Jobim
Joao Gilberto
Hispanic Music: Tango, Salsa, and Tejano
186(1)
Listening Guide: ``Oblivion''
187(4)
Astor Piazzolla
Piazzolla
Listening Guide: ``En el Cielo No Hay Cerveza'' (``In Heaven There Is No Beer'')
191(1)
Jose Morante
Flaco Jimenez
Looking Back, Looking Ahead
192(1)
Terms to Know
193(1)
Rhythm and Blues and Rock and Roll, 1945--1960
194(33)
Postwar Rhythm and Blues, 1945--1955
194(2)
The Sounds of Rhythm and Blues
196(1)
Listening Guide: ``Choo Choo Ch'Boogie''
197(2)
Louis Jordan
Louis Jordan
The Latin Tinge
199(1)
Listening Guide: ``Bo Diddley''
200(1)
Bo Diddley
Bo Diddley
Summary
201(1)
Rock and Roll
202(1)
The Rhythmic Roots of Rock and Roll
202(2)
Listening Guide: ``Roll `Em, Pete''
204(1)
Joe Turner
Pete Johnson
Joe Turner
Rockabilly
205(1)
Listening Guide: ``Rock Around the Clock''
205(4)
Max Friedman
James Meyers
Bill Haley
Rock and Roll Versus Rhythm and Blues
209(2)
Listening Guide: ``Johnny B. Goode''
211
Chuck Berry
Chuck Berry
Rock and Roll's Second Generation
213
Listening Guide: ``Not Fade Away''
214(1)
Buddy Holly
Norman Petty
The Fall of Rock and Roll
215(1)
Rhythm and Blues, 1955--1960
215(1)
Doo-wop
216(1)
Listening Guide: ``I Only Have Eyes for You''
217(1)
Al Dubin
Harry Warren
Solo Singers
218(1)
The Producers
219(1)
Listening Guide: ``Charlie Brown''
220(2)
Jerry Leiber
Mike Stoller
The Girl Groups
222(2)
Listening Guide: ``Will You Love Me Tomorrow''
224(2)
Carole King
Gerry Goffin
Looking Back, Looking Ahead
226(1)
Terms to Know
226(1)
The Rock Revolution: Rock and Soul in the 1960s
227(50)
The Rock Revolution: A Historical Perspective
227(5)
Country Roads to Rock
232(1)
Listening Guide: ``Pretty Woman''
233(3)
Roy Orbison
Roy Orbison
Listening Guide: ``Subterranean Homesick Blues''
236(4)
Bob Dylan
Bob Dylan
Motown
240(2)
Listening Guide: ``I Heard It Through the Grapevine''
242(3)
Barrett Strong
Norman Whitfield
Marvin Gaye
The British Invasion
245(1)
The Beatles
246(2)
Listening Guide: ``I Saw Her Standing There''
248(1)
John Lennon
Paul McCartney
Listening Guide: ``Get Back''
249(4)
John Lennon
Paul McCartney
The Rolling Stones
253(2)
Summary
255(1)
Guitar Gods
255(3)
Soul
258(2)
James Brown
260(1)
Listening Guide: ``Cold Sweat''
261(1)
James Brown
Albert Ellis
James Brown
Aretha Franklin
262(1)
The Decline and the Legacy of Soul
263(1)
The Diversity of Rock: San Francisco in the late 1960s
264(3)
Listening Guide: ``Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin)''
267(2)
Sylvester Stewart
Resonances from the Revolution: Popular Song in the Rock Era
269(1)
A New Kind of Pop
270(1)
Listening Guide: ``The Look of Love''
271(2)
Burt Bacharach
Hal David
Dusty Springfield
The Significance of the Rock Revolution
273(2)
Looking Back, Looking Ahead
275(1)
Terms to Know
275(2)
Rock and Rhythm and Blues in the 1970s
277(24)
The Popular-Music Industry in the 1970s
278(1)
The Business of Rock
278(2)
Technology and Music
280(2)
The Music of the 1970s: Point and Counterpoint
282(1)
The Mainstream Broadens
283(1)
Black Music in the Early 1970s
283(1)
Black Issues, Black Voices
284(1)
Black Romantic Music
284(1)
Listening Guide: ``Where Is the Love''
285(1)
Ralph McDonald
William Salter
Roberta Flack
Donny Hathaway
Crossroads: The Harmonic Intersection of the 1970s
286(2)
Heavy Metal
288(1)
Black Sabbath
288(1)
Led Zeppelin
289(2)
Dressing Up: Rock as Art and Theater
291(1)
Pink Floyd
291(2)
David Bowie as Ziggy Stardust
293(3)
Rock as an Elite Music
296(1)
Dressing Down: It's Still Rock and Roll
296(1)
Bruce Springsteen
297(1)
Southern Rock
298(1)
British Versus American Rock
299(1)
Looking Back, Looking Ahead
299(1)
Terms to Know
300(1)
Counterpoint: New Trends of the Late 1970s
301(24)
Reggae
302(1)
Responses to Colonialism
303(1)
Jimmy Cliff and the Sound of Reggae
304(1)
Reggae as Topical Music
304(1)
Listening Guide: ``The Harder They Come''
305(1)
Jimmy Cliff
Jimmy Cliff
Reggae as an International Music
306(1)
Funk
307(1)
George Clinton and Funk
308(1)
Listening Guide: ``Tear the Roof off the Sucker (Give Up the Funk)''
309(1)
George Clinton
Bootsy Collins
Jerome Brailey
Earth, Wind & Fire: A Black Music Synthesis
310(2)
Listening Guide: ``Shining Star''
312(1)
Maurice White
Philip Bailey
Larry Dunn
Disco
313(1)
The Village People: Disco out of the Closet
314(2)
Listening Guide: ``Y.M.C.A.''
316(1)
Jacques Morali
Henri Belolo
Victor Willis
Dance Fads and the Influence of Disco
317(1)
Punk
318(2)
The Message of Punk
320(1)
The Power of Punk
321(1)
New Wave
322(1)
Looking Back, Looking Ahead
323(1)
Terms to Know
324(1)
Country and Beyond: The Roots and Fruits of Folk Music
325(21)
Country, Folk, and Rock
325(1)
Singer-songwriters in the 1970s
326(1)
Country and Rock
327(1)
Outside the Law: Keeping Country Pure
328(1)
Listening Guide: ``Okie from Muskogee''
329(2)
Merle Haggard
Merle Haggard
Country Royalty: George and Tammy
331(2)
Listening Guide: ``He Stopped Loving Her Today''
333(2)
Bob Braddock
Claude Putman Jr
George Jones
Revisiting the Roots
335(1)
Neo-traditional Country Music in the 1980s
335(1)
Newgrass: Bluegrass Meets the World
336(1)
Listening Guide: ``Duke and Cookie''
337(2)
Sam Bush
Jerry Douglas
Celtic Music
339(1)
Listening Guide: ``Boil the Breakfast Early''
340(1)
Paddy Moloney
Cajun Music
341(1)
Listening Guide: ``Zydeco Gris-gris''
342(2)
Michael Doucet
Old Wine, New Bottles: New Sounds in Traditional Styles
344(1)
Looking Ahead: Country Music in the 1990s
345(1)
Terms to Know
345(1)
Rock and Black Music Since 1980
346(41)
The Digital Revolution
347(1)
The New Digital Technologies
348(2)
The Implications of Digital Technology
350(1)
Electronica
351(1)
The Antecedents of Electronica
352(1)
Music for Dancing, Places to Dance
353(1)
Hearing Electronica
354(1)
Listening Guide: ``Nude Photo''
355(2)
Derrick May
Rap
357(1)
Forerunners of Rap
357(1)
Rap and African American Culture
358(3)
Listening Guide: ``Life's a B****,''
361(2)
Anthony Cruz
Nasir Jones
Oliver Scott
Ronnie Wilson
Anthony Cruz
Pop in the 1980s
363(1)
MTV and Music Videos
364(2)
The Persistence of Love
366(1)
Listening Guide: ``Don't Want to Be a Fool''
366(3)
Luther Vandross
Marcus Miller
Luther Vandross
Restoring Rock's Conscience
369(1)
Alternatives
370(1)
Alternative Rock
371(1)
Nirvana: Alternative Breaks Through
372(2)
High Brow/Low Brow: Two Perspectives on 1990s Rock
374(1)
Radiohead
374(1)
The Dave Matthews Band
375(1)
Summary
376(1)
World Music
376(1)
The Roots of the World Music Movement
377(1)
The Emergence of World Music
377(1)
World Beat
378(2)
Listening Guide: ``Itche Koutche''
380(1)
Jean Louis Hebrail
Angelique Kidjo
Branford Marsalis
Summary
381(2)
Some Final Thoughts
383(1)
Listening Guide: ``Yarum Praise Song''/``Niles''
383(2)
Fra Fra Tribesmen
Terms to Know
385(2)
Glossary 387(18)
Index 405


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