Music for Pleasure: Essays on the Sociology of Pop

 
9780745604923: Music for Pleasure: Essays on the Sociology of Pop
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"I am now quite sure that the rock era is over," begins British sociologist and popular music journalist Frith, author of Sound Effects ( LJ 2/1/82). What follows in this post-punk collection of previously published scholarly contributions, articles, and columns is a postmorten on the rock corpse. As both detached academic and impassioned fan, Frith confesses a certain degree of confusion that he attempts to reconcile through several leitmotifs: the effects of technological developments, an assumed class structure, and the explication of rock/pop conventions and artifice. The scope is decidedly British, and general readers may find some references abstruse. For academic and larger public libraries supporting a stong popular music collection. Barry Miller, Austin P.L., Tex.
Copyright 1988 Reed Business Information, Inc.

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