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The Resource Yeah! Yeah! Yeah! : the story of pop music from Bill Haley to Beyoncé, Bob Stanley

Yeah! Yeah! Yeah! : the story of pop music from Bill Haley to Beyoncé, Bob Stanley

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Yeah! Yeah! Yeah! : the story of pop music from Bill Haley to Beyoncé
Title
Yeah! Yeah! Yeah!
Title remainder
the story of pop music from Bill Haley to Beyoncé
Statement of responsibility
Bob Stanley
Title variation
Story of pop music from Bill Haley to Beyoncé
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Author
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Genre
Language
eng
Summary
An addictively readable, encyclopedic history of pop music that includes individual chapters to groups and individuals -- the Monkees, the Beach Boys, the Bee Gees, Michael Jackson, Prince, Madonna -- that changed the shape of pop music
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1964-
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Stanley, Bob
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
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bibliography
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Yeah! Yeah! Yeah! : the story of pop music from Bill Haley to Beyoncé, Bob Stanley
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Note
"First published in Great Britain by Faber and Faber Limited [in 2013] under the title Yeah, yeah, yeah : the story of modern pop"--Title page verso
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 557-559) and index
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text
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Contents
Part one. Flip, flop and fly: Bill Haley and jump blues ; A mess of blues: Elvis Presley ; Put your cat clothes on: Sun Records and rockabilly ; Teenage wildlife: rock 'n' roll ; Rock with the Cavemen: skiffle and British rock 'n' roll ; Whispering bells: Doo wop ; 1960: it will stand ; Walk with me in paradise garden: Phil Spector and Joe Meek ; The trouble with boys: the Brill building and girl groups -- Part two. Act naturally: the Beatles ; Needles and pins: the beat boom ; Who's driving your plane? The Rolling Stones ; This is my prayer: the birth of soul ; The rake's progress: Bob Dylan ; America strikes back: the Byrds and folk rock ; Up the ladder to the roof: Tamla Motown ; 1966: the London look ; Endless summer: the Beach Boys ; The golden road: San Francisco and psychedelia ; Pop gets sophisticated: soft rock ; Crying in the streets: deep soul ; I can't sing, I ain't pretty, and my legs are thin: hard rock ; Bubblegum is the naked truth: the Monkees -- Part three. 1970: Everything's gone gray ; Freddie's dead: electrified soul ; State of independence: Jamaica ; It came from the suburbs: glam ; The sound of Philadelphia: soft soul ; Progressive rock (and simpler pleasures) ; Young love: weenyboppers and boy bands ; See that girl: Abba ; Beyond the blue horizon: country and western ; Before and after the gold rush: Laurel Canyon ; 1975: storm warning -- Part four. Courage, audacity and revolt: the Sex Pistols, the Clash, and punk rock ; Cranked up really high: punk rock ; Pleasantly antagonistic: new wave ; Supernature: disco ; Islands in the stream: the Bee Gees ; Routine is the enemy of music: post -punk ; A shark in Jet's clothing: America after punk ; This is tomorrow: Kraftwerk and electropop ; Adventures on the wheels of steel: early rap ; Here comes that feeling: new pop ; American rock (Ooh yeah) ; Just a king in mirrors: Michael Jackson ; Highs in the mid-eighties: Prince and Madonna ; Some kind of monster: metal ; Poised over the pause button: the Smiths, REM, and the birth of indie ; 1985: What the fuck is going on? ; We were never being boring: Pet Shop Boys and New Order -- Part five. Chicago and Detroit: house and techno ; Smiley culture: Acid House and Manchester ; 1991: bassline changed my life ; All eyez on me: hip hop ; This is how you disappear: Bristol, shoegazing and a new psychedelia ; As a defense, I'm neutered and spayed: grunge ; Ever decreasing circles: Blur, Suede, and Britpop ; A vision of love: R&B
Control code
ocn869367574
Dimensions
25 cm
Edition
First American edition
Extent
xxii, 599 pages
Isbn
9780393242690
Isbn Type
(hardcover) :
Lccn
2014002223
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
System control number
  • (Sirsi) i9780393242690
  • (OCoLC)869367574
  • (Sirsi) b1346999x
Label
Yeah! Yeah! Yeah! : the story of pop music from Bill Haley to Beyoncé, Bob Stanley
Publication
Copyright
Note
"First published in Great Britain by Faber and Faber Limited [in 2013] under the title Yeah, yeah, yeah : the story of modern pop"--Title page verso
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 557-559) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Part one. Flip, flop and fly: Bill Haley and jump blues ; A mess of blues: Elvis Presley ; Put your cat clothes on: Sun Records and rockabilly ; Teenage wildlife: rock 'n' roll ; Rock with the Cavemen: skiffle and British rock 'n' roll ; Whispering bells: Doo wop ; 1960: it will stand ; Walk with me in paradise garden: Phil Spector and Joe Meek ; The trouble with boys: the Brill building and girl groups -- Part two. Act naturally: the Beatles ; Needles and pins: the beat boom ; Who's driving your plane? The Rolling Stones ; This is my prayer: the birth of soul ; The rake's progress: Bob Dylan ; America strikes back: the Byrds and folk rock ; Up the ladder to the roof: Tamla Motown ; 1966: the London look ; Endless summer: the Beach Boys ; The golden road: San Francisco and psychedelia ; Pop gets sophisticated: soft rock ; Crying in the streets: deep soul ; I can't sing, I ain't pretty, and my legs are thin: hard rock ; Bubblegum is the naked truth: the Monkees -- Part three. 1970: Everything's gone gray ; Freddie's dead: electrified soul ; State of independence: Jamaica ; It came from the suburbs: glam ; The sound of Philadelphia: soft soul ; Progressive rock (and simpler pleasures) ; Young love: weenyboppers and boy bands ; See that girl: Abba ; Beyond the blue horizon: country and western ; Before and after the gold rush: Laurel Canyon ; 1975: storm warning -- Part four. Courage, audacity and revolt: the Sex Pistols, the Clash, and punk rock ; Cranked up really high: punk rock ; Pleasantly antagonistic: new wave ; Supernature: disco ; Islands in the stream: the Bee Gees ; Routine is the enemy of music: post -punk ; A shark in Jet's clothing: America after punk ; This is tomorrow: Kraftwerk and electropop ; Adventures on the wheels of steel: early rap ; Here comes that feeling: new pop ; American rock (Ooh yeah) ; Just a king in mirrors: Michael Jackson ; Highs in the mid-eighties: Prince and Madonna ; Some kind of monster: metal ; Poised over the pause button: the Smiths, REM, and the birth of indie ; 1985: What the fuck is going on? ; We were never being boring: Pet Shop Boys and New Order -- Part five. Chicago and Detroit: house and techno ; Smiley culture: Acid House and Manchester ; 1991: bassline changed my life ; All eyez on me: hip hop ; This is how you disappear: Bristol, shoegazing and a new psychedelia ; As a defense, I'm neutered and spayed: grunge ; Ever decreasing circles: Blur, Suede, and Britpop ; A vision of love: R&B
Control code
ocn869367574
Dimensions
25 cm
Edition
First American edition
Extent
xxii, 599 pages
Isbn
9780393242690
Isbn Type
(hardcover) :
Lccn
2014002223
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
System control number
  • (Sirsi) i9780393242690
  • (OCoLC)869367574
  • (Sirsi) b1346999x

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