eBook Sounds of Rebellion: Music in the 1960s, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1615309136
  • ISBN-13: 9781615309139
  • DDC: 781.6409
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - 12th Grade
  • 208 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2013 | Published/Released August 2013
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2013
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Overview

The music of the 1960s is perhaps as memorable as the historical milestones of the era. Timeless bands, such as the Beatles and the Rolling Stones, emerged from England while the U.S. saw the rise of such folk musicians as Bob Dylan and the explosion of soul, with such legends as Aretha Franklin and James Brown providing the soundtrack to the fight for civil rights. Accessible text captures the extraordinary sounds of this unforgettable period through profiles of its greatest musical talents, placing their stories in social and cultural context.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
Introduction.
1: Rockin' in the U.K..
2: Backstory.
3: The Early British Reaction.
4: Skiffle.
5: The Beat Boom.
6: British Blues.
7: Rock on Radio and Television in the U.K..
8: The Beatles.
9: Coming Together.
10: When They Were Fab: Beatlemania.
11: Tomorrow Never Knows.
12: “I Don't Believe in Beatles”.
13: On Their Own.
14: The Rolling Stones.
15: “The Greatest Rock-and-Roll Band in the World”.
16: England's Newest Hit Makers.
17: Exiles on Main Street.
18: British Invasion.
19: The Animals.
20: The Kinks.
21: The Who.
22: The Hollies.
23: Dusty Springfield.
24: Eric Clapton.
25: Rod Stewart and the Faces.
26: Woody and His Fellow Travelers.
27: Folk as Such.
28: Woody Guthrie.
29: The Almanac and Headline Singers.
30: Wasn't That a Time?: New York City Folk in the 1940s and '50s.
31: Woody's Children: The Folk Revival.
32: The Kingston Trio.
33: The Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem.
34: Harry Belafonte.
35: Dave Van Ronk.
36: Phil Ochs.
37: Tom Paxton.
38: Joan Baez.
39: Mimi and Richard Fariña.
40: Judy Collins.
41: Leonard Cohen.
42: Peter, Paul and Mary.
43: Odetta.
44: Bob Dylan.
45: Boy from the North Country.
46: Talkin' New York.
47: Another Side of Bob Dylan.
48: That Wild Mercury Sound: Dylan's Rock-and-Roll Target.
49: Country Pie.
50: Tangled up in Blue.
51: The Endless Tour.
52: Folk Rock.
53: The Byrds: Beatlized Dylans.
54: Expecting to Fly: Other American Folk Rockers.
55: Who Knows Where the Time Goes?: Folk Rock in Britain.
56: The Times That Were Changing.
57: The New Left.
58: The Civil Rights Movement.
59: The Vietnam War.
60: 1968.
61: Cultural Changes in Britain.
62: The Counterculture.
63: Woodstock.
64: Soul Music.
65: James Brown.
66: Aretha Franklin.
67: Stax Records.
68: Other Voices, Other Places.
69: Psychedelia, San Francisco, and the Rock Paradox.
70: Head Sounds: Psychedelic Rock.
71: If You Came to San Francisco.
72: Art Rockers.
73: The Velvet Underground.
74: Captain Beefheart.
75: Frank Zappa.
Conclusion.
Glossary.
Bibliography.
Index.