Part One: Before 1950




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Part One: Before 1950

1. Irving Berlin in Tin Pan Alley


Further Reading

Crawford, Richard. America’s Music Life: A History. New York: Norton, 2001.

Hamm, Charles. Yesterdays: Popular Song in America. New York: W. W. Norton,

1979.


_______. Putting Popular Music in Its Place. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,

1995.


Jablonski. Edward. Irving Berlin: American Troubadour. New York: Henry Holt, 1999.

Sheed, Wilfrid. The House that George Built: With a Little Help from Irving, Cole, and a



Crew of About Fifty. New York: Random House, 2007.

Wilder, Alec. American Popular Song: The Great Innovators, 1900-1950. New York:

Oxford University Press, 1972).

Discography

Fitzgerald, Ella. Ella Fitzgerald Sings the Irving Berlin Songbook, Vol. 1, Polygram

Records, 1990.

Irving Berlin: A Hundred Years, Sony, 1990.

The Melody Lingers On: 25 Songs Of Irving Berlin, ASV Living Era, 1997.

Songs of Irving Berlin, Castle Pulse, 2004.
2. Technology, the Dawn of Modern Popular Music, and the “King of Jazz”

Further Reading


Campbell, Michael. And the Beat Goes On: An Introduction to Popular Music in

America, 1840 to Today. New York: Schirmer Books, 1996.

Hamm, Charles. Yesterdays: Popular Song in America. New York: W.W. Norton, 1979.

Magee, Jeffrey. “Before Louis: When Fletcher Henderson Was the ‘Paul Whiteman of

the Race,’” American Music, vol. 18, no. 4 (Winter 2000): 391-425.

Schuller, Gunther. Early Jazz: Its Roots and Musical Development. New York: Oxford

University Press, 1968.



Discography


Austin, Gene. Voice of the Southland, ASV/Living Era, 1997.

Etting, Ruth & Helen Morgan, More than You Know, Encore, 1996.

Holman, Libby. Scandalous: Something to Remember Her By, Jasmine, 2005.

Jolson, Al. Best Of, Universal Music Group, 2001.

Whiteman, Paul. Greatest Hits, Collector’s Choice Music, 1998.

Whiteman, Paul. King of Jazz, ASV/Living Era, 1996.

3. Big Band Swing Music—Race and Power in the Music Business

Further Reading


DeVeaux, Scott. The Birth of Bebop: A Social and Musical History. Berkeley: University

of California Press, 1997.

Schuller, Gunther. The Swing Era: The Development of Jazz 1930-1945. New York:

Oxford University Press, 1989.

Sheed, Wilfrid. The House That George Built: With a Little Help from Irving, Cole, and

a Crew of About Fifty. New York: Random House, 2007.

Discography



An Anthology of Big Band Swing (1930-1955). Verve, 1993.

Count Basie. The Complete Decca Recordings. GRP, 1997.



The Best of the Big Bands. Compendia, 1995

Ellington, Duke. Masterpieces: 1926-1949. Proper, 2001.

Shaw, Artie. Greatest Hits. RCA/Victor, 1996.

4. Solo Pop Singers: “Der Bingle,” Frankee, and New Forms of Fandom




Further Reading

Crosby, Bing (as told to Pete Martin). Call Me Lucky. New York: Da Capo Press, 1953.

Giddins, Gary. Bing Crosby: A Pocketful of Dreams. Boston: Little Brown, 2001

Fuchs, Jeanne and Ruth Prigozy, eds. Frank Sinatra: The Man, the Music, the Legend.

Rochester, NY: University of Rochester Press, 2007.

Pugliese, Stanislao G. Frank Sinatra: History, Identity, and Italian American Culture.

New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004.

Ulanov, Barry. The Incredible Crosby. New York: Whittlesey House, 1948.


Discography

Astaire, Fred. The Essential Fred Astaire. Sony Music, 2003.

Crosby, Bing. Bing! His Legendary Years, 1931 to 1957. MCA, 1993.

Jolson, Al. Best Of. Universal Music Group, 2001.

Sinatra, Frank. A Voice in Time: 1939-1952. Sony, 2007.

_______. Sinatra Reprise: The Very Good Years. Warner Bros., 1991.

_______. The Capitol Years. Capitol, 1990.

Vallée, Rudy. The Vagabond Lover. Pro Arte, 1993

5. Hillbilly and Race Music

Further Reading

Lange, Jeffrey. Smile When You Call Me a Hillbilly: Country Music’s Struggle for



Respectability, 1939-1954. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2004

Malone, Bill C. Country Music U.S.A. Second Revised Edition. Austin: University of

Texas Press, 2002.

Roberts, John Storm. The Latin Tinge: The Impact of Latin American Music on the



United States. 2nd ed. New York: Oxford University Press, 1999.

Russell, Blacks, Whites, and Blues

Southern, Eileen. The Music of Black Americans: A History. Third Edition. New York:

W.W. Norton & Co., 1997.



Discography



The Anthology of American Folk Music. Smithsonian Folkways, 1997 [1952].

Azpiazu, Don. Don Azpiazu & His Havana Casino Orchestra. Harlequin, 1994.



Great Race Record Labels Vols. 1-3. Windsong, 2000.

Rodgers, Jimmie. The Singing Brakeman. ASV/Living Era, 2006.



Roots N' Blues: Retrospective 1925-1950. Sony, 1992.
6. Blues People and the Classic Blues

Further Reading

Oliver, Paul. Songsters and Saints: Vocal Traditions on Race Records. Cambridge:

Cambridge University Press, 1984.

Ramsey, Jr. Guthrie P. Race Music: Black Cultures from Bebop to Hip-Hop. Berkeley:

University of California Press, 2003.

Jones, Leroi. Blues People: The Negro Experience in White America and the Music that



Developed from It. New York: William Morrow and Company, 196

Discography



Blues Masters, Vol. 11: Classic Blues Women. Rhino, 1993.

Jackson, Mahalia. Gospels, Spirituals, And Hymns. Sony Jazz, 1998.



Kings of the Gospel Highway: The Golden Age of Gospel Quartets. Shanachie, 2000.

Lost Sounds: Blacks and the Birth of the Recording Industry 1891-1922. Archeophone

Records, 2005.



Precious Lord: The Great Gospel Songs of Thomas A. Dorsey. Sony, 1994

Smith, Willie Mae Ford. Mother Smith & Her Children. Yazoo, 1990.


7. The Empress of the Blues

Further Reading

Carby, Hazel V. “‘It Jus’ Be’s Dat Way Sometime’: The Sexual Politics of Women’s

Blues.” Radical America 20 (1986): 9-24. Reprint in Walser, Robert (ed.).

Keeping Time: Readings in Jazz History, 351-65. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999.

Harrison, Daphne Duval. Black Pearls: Blues Queens of the 1920s. New Brunswick, NJ:

Rutgers University Press, 1988.

Davis, Angels Y. Blues Legacies and Black Feminism: Gertrude “Ma” Rainey, Bessie



Smith, and Billie Holliday. New York: Vintage Books, 1999.


Discography

Smith, Bessie. The Empress of the Blues: 1923-1933. Jazz Legends, 2004.

8. At the Crossroads with Robert Johnson, As Told by Johnny Shines

Further Reading

Charters, Samuel B. [1959] 1975. The Country Blues. New York: Da Capo Press.

_______. The Roots of the Blues: An African Search. New York: Da Capo Press, 1981.

Guralnick, Peter. [1982] 1989. Searching for Robert Johnson. New York: Plume.

Oliver, Paul. Savannah Syncopators: African Retentions in the Blues. New York: Stein

and Day, 1970.

Palmer, Robert. 1981. Deep Blues. New York: The Viking Press.

Pearson, Barry Lee and Bill McCulloch. Robert Johnson: Lost and Found.

Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2003.

Schroeder, Patricia R. Robert Johnson, Mythmaking, and Contemporary American



Culture. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2004.

Wald, Elijah. Escaping the Delta: Robert Johnson and the Invention of the Blues. New

York: Amistad, 2004.

Discography



Back to the Cross-Roads: The Roots of Robert Johnson. Yazoo 2070. 2004.

Johnson, Robert. The Complete Recordings. Sony Jazz, 1996



Martin Scorsese Presents The Blues: A Musical Journey. Hip-O Records, 2003.
.

9. From Race Music to Rhythm and Blues: T-Bone Walker1



Further Reading

Dance, Helen Oakley. Stormy Monday: The T-Bone Walker Story. Foreword by B.B.

King. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1987.

O'Neal, Jim and Amy Van Singel. The Voice of the Blues: Classic Interviews from Living

Blues Magazine. New York: Routledge, 2002

Ramsey, Jr. Guthrie P. Race Music: Black Cultures from Bebop to Hip-Hop. Berkeley:

University of California Press, 2003.

Discography



Martin Scorsese Presents The Blues: A Musical Journey. Hip-O Records, 2003.

Walker, T-Bone. Blues Masters: The Very Best of T-Bone Walker. Rhino, 2000.

10. Jumpin’ the Blues with Louis Jordan

Further Reading

Chilton, John. Let the Good Times Roll: The Story of Louis Jordan and His Music. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1997



Discography


Jordan, Louis. Saturday Night Fish Fry: The Original & Greatest Hits. Jasmine, 2000.

_______. Louis Jordan & His Tympani Five. JSP Records, 2001.

11. On the Bandstand with Johnny Otis and Wynonie Harris



Further Reading

Otis, Johnny. Upside Yur Head!: Rhythm and Blues on Central Avenue. Hanover:

University Press of New England, 1993.

Collins, Tony. Rock Mr. Blues: The Life and Music of Wynonie Harris. Milford, NH: Big

Nickel Publications, 1995.


Discography

Harris, Wynonie. Rockin’ the Blues. Proper, 2008.

Otis, Johnny. Jukebox Hits: 1946-1954. Acrobat, 2007.

_______. The Godfather of Rhythm and Blues, and the R&B Caravan. EP Musique

2003.

12. The Producers Answer Back: TheEmergence of the “Indie” Record Company



Further Reading

Ennis, Philip H. The Seventh Stream: The Emergence of Rocknroll in American Popular



Music. Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press. Hanover, NH: University

Press of New England, 1992.

Peterson, Richard A. and David G. Berger. “Cycles in Symbol Production: The Case of

Popular Music,” American Sociological Review 40 (1975); reprinted in On



Record: Rock, Pop, and the Written Word, edited by Simon Frith and Andrew Goodwin, 140-59. New York: Pantheon, 1990.

Rumble, John. “The Roots of Rock & Roll: Henry Glover of King Records,” Journal of



Country Music 14, no. 2 (1992): 30-42.

Ryan, John. The Production of Culture in the Music Industry: The ASCAP-BMI



Controversy. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1985.

Sanjek, David. “One Size Does Not Fit All: The Precarious Position of the African

American Entrepreneur in Post-WWII American Popular Music,” American

Music, vol. 15, no. 4 (Winter 1997): 535-62.

Sanjek, Russell and David Sanjek. Pennies from Heaven: The American Popular Music



Business in the Twentieth Century. New York: Da Capo Press, 1996.

Discography



Atlantic Rhythm & Blues 1947-1974. Atlantic, 1991.

The Black and White Roots of Rock’n’Roll. Indigo, 2004.

Fifty Years of Country Music from Mercury. Polygram, 1995.

King R&B Box Set. King, 1996.

Mercury Blues 'n' Rhythm Story 1945-1955. Polygram, 1996.

13. Country Music as Folk Music, Country Music as Novelty



Further Reading

La Chapelle, Peter. Proud to Be an Okie: Cultural Politics, Country Music, and



Migration to Southern California. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2007.

Malone, Bill C. Country Music, U.S.A. 2nd ed. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2002.

Pecknold, Diane. The Selling Sound: The Rise of the Country Music Industry.

Durham: Duke University Press, 2007.

Peterson, Richard A. Creating Country Music: Fabricating Authenticity. Chicago:

University of Chicago Press, 1997.

Russell, Tony. Country Music Originals: The Legends and the Lost. New York: Oxford

University Press, 2007



Discography

Acuff, Roy. King of Country Music. Proper Box UK, 2004.

Daffan, Ted and his Texans. Born to Lose. Jasmine, 2004.

Foley, Red. Hillbilly Fever. Blaricum, 2005.



The Smithsonian Collection of Classic Country Music. PS 15640, 1981.

Tubb, Ernest. The Definitive Collection. MCA Nashville, 2006.

Wills, Bob. The Essential Bob Wills. Sony, 1992

Part Two: The 1950s

14. Country Music Approaches the Mainstream

Further Reading

Ching, Barbara. Wrong’s What I Do Best: Hard Country Music and Contemporary Culture. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001.

Green, Archie. “Hillbilly Music: Source and Symbol.” Journal of American Folklore 78 (July-September 1965): 204-28.

Malone, Bill. Country Music U.S.A., 2nd revised edition. Austin: University of Texas, 2002.

Peterson, Richard. Creating Country Music: Fabricating Authenticity. Chicago:

University of Chicago Press, 1997.



Discography



Classic Country. Time-Life Music, Sony, vols. 1 and 2, 1999.

Foley, Red. Hillbilly Fever: 24 Greatest Hits. Blaricum, 2005.

Ford, Tennessee Ernie. Vintage Collections Series. EMI Special Products, 1997.

The Smithsonian Collection of Classic Country Music. PS 15640, 1981.

Wells, Kitty. My Cold, Cold Heart Is Melted Now. Decca, 1954.

Williams, Hank. Original Singles Collection...Plus. Mercury Nashville, 1992.

15. Hank Williams on Songwriting

Further Reading

Escott, Colin, with George Merritt and William MacEwen. Hank Williams: The Biography. Boston: Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1994.

Flippo, Chet. Your Cheatin’ Heart: A Biography of Hank Williams. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1981.

Discography

See the discography for chapter 14.


16. Rhythm and Blues in the Early 1950s— B. B. King

Further Reading

Keil, Charles. Urban Blues. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1966.

Kostelanetz, Richard. The B.B. King Reader: Six Decades of Commentary. Milwaukee: Hal Leonard Corp., 2005.

Shaw, Arnold. Honkers and Shouters: The Golden Years of Rhythm & Blues. Scribner,

Simon & Schuster, 1986.

Discography

King, B.B. King of the Blues. Geffen, 1992

_______. Live at the Regal. Geffen, 1997 [1964].

17. “The House That Ruth Brown Built”

Further Reading

Brown, Ruth and Andrew Yule. Miss Rhythm: The Autobiography of Ruth Brown, Rhythm and Blues Legend. New York: Da Capo Press, 1999.

Deffaa, Chip. Blue Rhythms: Six Lives in Rhythm and Blues. New York: Da Capo, 2000.

Hoskyns, Barney. “Ruth Brown.” Mojo 16 (March 1995).

Whiteis, David. “Ruth Brown.” Living Blues 37 (Feb. 2007): 69-71.

Discography



Brown, Ruth. Miss Rhythm (Greatest Hits and More). Atlantic/WEA, 1989.

_______. The Best of Ruth Brown. Atlantic/WEA, 1996.


18. Ray Charles, or, When Saturday Night Mixed It Up with Sunday Morning

Further Reading

Charles, Ray and David Ritz. Brother Ray: Ray Charles’ Own Story. New York: Dial Press, 1978.

Cooper, B. Lee. “Ray Charles (1930-2004): Reflections on Legends.” Popular Music and Society 28 (Feb. 2005): 111-112.

Lydon, Michael. Ray Charles: Man and Music. New York: Routledge, 2004.

Phinney, Kevin. Souled American: How Black Music Transformed White Culture. New

York: Billboard Books, 2005.



Discography

Charles, Ray. The Birth Of Soul : The Complete Atlantic Rhythm & Blues Recordings, 1952-1959. Atlantic/WEA, 1991.

_______. The Complete Country & Western Recordings, 1959-1986. Rhino/WEA, 1998.

19. .Jerry Wexler—A Life in R&B

Further Reading

Mailer, Norman. “The White Negro: Superficial Reflections on the Hipster.” Dissent 4 (Summer 1957): 276-93.

Rolontz, Bob and Joel Friedman. “Teen-Agers Demand Music with a Beat, Spur Rhythm-Blues: Field Reaps $15,000,000; Radio, Juke Boxes Answer Big Demands.” Billboard, April 24, 1954: 1, 18, 24, 50.

Wexler, Jerry and David Ritz. Rhythm and the Blues: A Life in American Music. New

York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1993.


Discography



Atlantic Rhythm & Blues 1947-1974. Atlantic/WEA, 1991.

20. The Growing Threat of Rhythm and Blues

Further Reading

Brackett, David. “Music.” In Key Terms in Popular Music and Culture, ed. Bruce Horner and Thomas Swiss. Malden, Mass.: Blackwells, 1999.

Hamm, Charles. Yesterdays: Popular Song in America. New York: W.W. Norton, 1979, 401-2.

Hill, Trent. “The Enemy Within: Censorship in Rock Music in the 1950s.” South Atlantic Quarterly 90, no. 4 (Fall 1991): 675-708.



Discography

Baker, LaVern. The Platinum Collection. WEA International, 2007.

The Crew Cuts. Best of the Crew Cuts. Polygram International, 2001.

Domino, Fats. Greatest Hits: Walking to New Orleans. Capitol, 2007.



Founding Fathers of the Rock’n’Roll Hall of Fame. Orpheus Records, 2001.

Gibbs, Georgia. Her Nibs. ASV Living Era, 2006.

The McGuire Sisters. The Anthology. MCA, 1999.

Miami Rockin’ Doowop from the Chart Label. Ace Records UK, 2000.

The Penguins. Earth Angel. Ace Records UK, 1990.


21. Langston Hughes Responds

Further Reading

Chapple, Steve and Reebee Garofalo. Rock’n’Roll Is Here to Pay: The History and Politics of the Music Industry. Chicago: Nelson-Hall, 1977.

“Lavern Baker Claims 15G Royalty Loss on Lifting of Song Arrangements.” Variety,

March 2, 1955: 51.



Discography

See discography for chapter 20.


22. From Rhythm and Blues to Rock ‘n’ Roll: The Songs of Chuck Berry

Further Reading

Berry, Chuck. Chuck Berry: The Autobiography. Random House Books, 1987.

Taylor, Timothy D. “His Name Was in Lights: Chuck Berry’s Johnny B. Goode.” In Reading Pop: Approaches in Textual Analysis in Popular Music, ed. Richard Middleton, 165-182. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000.

Vito, R. “The Chuck Berry style: A modern rocker pays tribute to the master.” Guitar Player (June 1984): 72-75.

Waksman, Steve. Instruments of Desire: The Electric Guitar and the Shaping of Musical Experience. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1999.

_______. “The Turn to Noise: Rock Guitar from the 1950s to the 1970s.” In The Cambridge Companion to the Guitar, ed. Victor Coelho, 109-121. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003.



Discography

Berry, Chuck. The Great Twenty-Eight. MCA, 1990.

_______. Johnny B. Goode: His Complete ‘50s Chess Recordings. Hip-O Select, 2007.

Diddley, Bo. I’m a Man: The Chess Masters, 1955-1958. Hip-O Select, 2007.



Legends Collection: Rock ’n’ Roll Teenagers. Legends Collection, 2002.

23. Little Richard: Boldly Going Where No Man Had Gone Before

Further Reading

Altschuler, Glenn C. All Shook Up: How Rock ‘n’ Roll Changed America. New York: Oxford University Press, 2003.

White, Charles, Richard Wayne Penniman, and Robert Blackwell. The Life and Times of

Little Richard: The Quasar of Rock. Random House, 1984.

Discography

Boone, Pat. Pat’s 40 Big Ones. Connoisseur Collection, 2001.

_______. The Singles+. Br Music Holland, 2003.

Little Richard. Little Richard: Eighteen Greatest Hits. Rhino/WEA, 1985.

_______. Greatest Gold Hits. Mastercuts Lifestyle, 2004.

_______. The Explosive Little Richard. Edsel Records, UK, 2007.


24. Elvis Presley, Sam Phillips, and Rockabilly

Further Reading

Farren, Mick and Pearce Marchbank. Elvis in His Own Words. London: Omnibus Press, 1977.

Guralnick, Peter. Last Train to Memphis: The Rise of Elvis Presley. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1994.

_______. Careless Love: The Unmaking of Elvis Presley. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1999.

Marcus, Greil. Mystery Train: Images of America in Rock ‘n’ Roll Music, Third Revised Edition. New York: Plume, [1975] 1990.

Middleton, Richard. “All Shook Up.” In The Elvis Reader: Texts and Sources on the King of Rock ‘n Roll, ed. K. Quain, 3-12. New York: St. Martin, 1992.

Rodman, Gilbert. Elvis after Elvis: The Posthumous Career of a Living Legend. New York: Routledge, 1996.

Wolfe, Charles. “Presley and the Gospel Tradition.” In The Elvis Reader: Texts and



Sources on the King of Rock ‘n Roll, ed. K. Quain, 13-27. New York: St. Martin,

1992.


Discography



Legendary Sun Records Story. Castle/Pulse, 2003.

Legends Collection: Rock’n’Roll Teenagers. Legends Collection, 2002.

Orbison, Roy. The Essential Roy Orbison. Sony, 2006.

Presley, Elvis. Elvis Presley. RCA Victor, 1956.

_______. Elvis. RCA Victor, 1956.

_______. Loving You. RCA Victor, 1957.

_______. Elvis 30 #1 Hits. BMG/Elvis, 2002.

_______. Elvis at Sun. BMG/Elvis, 2004.

_______. The Essential Elvis Presley. BMG/Elvis, 2007.

Thornton, Big Mama. Hound Dog: The Peacock Recordings. MCA, 1992.

25. Rock ‘n’ Roll Meets the Popular Press

Further Reading

Gould, Jack. “TV: New Phenomenon—Elvis Presley Rises to Fame as Vocalist Who Is Virtuoso of Hootchy-Kootchy.” New York Times, June 6, 1956: 67.

“Teeners’ Hero.” Time, May 14, 1956: 53-54.

[discography is n/a for this chapter]




26. The Chicago Defender Defends Rock ‘n’ Roll

Further Reading

“Alabamans Attack ‘King’ Cole on Stage.” New York Times, April 11, 1956: 1, 27.

Gourse, Leslie. Unforgettable: The Life and Mystique of Nat King Cole. New York: Cooper Square, 2000.


Discography

Cole, Nat King. After Midnight: The Complete Session. Blue Note Records, 1956.

_______. The Greatest Hits. Capitol, 1994.

27. The Music Industry Fight Against Rock ‘n’ Roll: Dick Clark’s Teen-Pop Empire and the Payola Scandal

Further Reading

Adams, Val Adams. “Networks Held Biased on Music: Senate Unit Hears Charges That They Promote Products of Their Own Affiliates.” New York Times, March 12, 1958.

_______. “Hanson Decries Hillbilly Music: Tells Senate Unit Hearing Tunes Heard on Air Are ‘Madison Ave.’ Version.” New York Times, March 14, 1958: 51.

Blitz, Stanley and John Pritchard. Bandstand the Untold Story: The Years Before Dick Clark. Cornucopia Publications, 1997.

Clark, Dick. The History of American Bandstand. Ballantine Books, 1985.

Hill, Trent. “The Enemy Within: Censorship in Rock Music in the 1950s.” South Atlantic Quarterly 90, No. 4 (Fall 1991): 675-708.

Jackson, John A. American Bandstand: Dick Clark and the Making of a Rock’n’Roll Empire. New York: Oxford University Press, 1997.

Peterson, Richard A. and David G. Berger. “Cycles in Symbol Production: The Case of Popular Music.” In On Record: Rock, Pop, and the Written Word, ed. Simon Frith and Andrew Goodwin, 140-59. New York: Pantheon Books, 1990.

“Rock’n’Roll Laid To B.M.I. Control: Billy Rose Tells House Unit That ‘Electronic Curtain’ Furthers Monstrosities.” New York Times, September 19, 1956: 75.


Discography

Avalon, Frankie and Fabian. Collector’s Edition: Frankie & Fabian—Teen Idols. Madacy Records, 2000.



The 50’s Decade: Teen Idols. St. Clair Records, 2001.

The Official American Bandstand Library of Rock & Roll. Atlantic/WEA, 2000.

The Rock’n’Roll Era: Teen Idols. Time Life/Warner, 1989.

Teenage Idols. Disky, 2001.

Wolfman Jack’s: Teen Idols. St. Clair Records, 2001.

Part Three: The 1960s

28. Brill Building and the Girl Groups




Further Reading



Further Reading

Bradby, Barbara. “Do-Talk and Don’t-Talk: The Division of the Subject in Girl-Group

Music,” in On Record: Rock, Pop and the Written Word, edited by Simon Frith

and Andrew Goodwin, 341-69. New York: Routledge, 1990.

Brown, Mick. Tearing Down the Wall of Sound: The Rise and Fall of Phil Spector. New

York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2007.

Clemente, John. Girl Groups: Fabulous Females That Rocked the World. Iola, WI:

Krause Publications, 2000.

Emerson, Ken. Always Magic in the Air: The Bomp and Brilliance of the Brill Building

Era. New York: Viking, 2005.

Spector, Ronnie (with Vince Waldron). Be My Baby: How I Survived Mascara,



Miniskirts, and Madness or My Life as a Fabulous Ronette. New York:

HarperPerennial, 1990.

Warwick, Jacqueline. Girl Groups, Girl Culture: Popular Music and Identity in the

1960s. New York: Routledge, 2007.

Wolfe, Tom. “The First Tycoon of Teen,” in The Kandy-Kolored Tangerine-Flake



Streamline Baby, 47-61. New York: Pocket Books, 1966.

Discography

The Best of the Chantels, The Chantels, Rhino, 1990.

The Best of the Girl Groups, Vols. 1 and 2. Rhino/WEA, 1990.


Spector,Phil (with Various Artists). Back to Mono (1958-1969). Abcko, 1991.

29. From Surf to Smile




Further Reading

Gaines, Steven. Heroes and Villains: The True Story of the Beach Boy.

Lambert, Philip. Inside the Music of Brian Wilson: The Songs, Sounds, and Influences of

the Beach Boys’ Founding Genius. New York: Continuum, 2007.

Wilson, Brian (with Todd Gold). Wouldn’t It Be Nice: My Own Story. New York: Harper

Collins Publishers, 1991

Discography

Beach Boys. Pet Sounds, The Beach Boys, Capitol, 1966.

_______. Good Vibrations: Thirty Years Of The Beach Boys. Capitol, 1993.
30. Urban Folk Revival

Further Reading

Cantwell, Robert. When We Were Good: The Folk Revival. Cambridge, MA: Harvard

University Press, 1996.

Carman, Bryan. A Race of Singers: Whitman’s Working-Class Hero from Guthrie to



Springsteen. Chapel Hill, NC: The University of North Carolina Press, 2000.

Cohen, Ronald D. Rainbow Quest: The Folk Music Revival & American Society, 1940-



1970. Amherst and Boston: University of Massachusetts Press, 2002.

Filene, Benjamin. Romancing the Folk: Public Memory and American Roots Music.

Chapel Hill, NC: The University of North Carolina Press, 2000.

Weissman, Dick. Which Side Are You On? An Inside History of the Folk Music Revival



in America. New York: Continuum, 2006.

Discography


Alan Lomax Collection Sampler. Rounder Select, 1997.

The Almanac Singers. Talking Union and Other Union Songs, Smithsonian Folkways,

2007.

Folk Hits of the '60s. Shout Factory, 2003.

Guthrie, Woody. The Asch Recordings (4 vols.). Smithsonian Folkways, 1999.

The Kingston Trio. The Essential Kingston Trio, Shout Factory, 2006.

Peter, Paul, and Mary. Peter, Paul, and Mary. Warner Brothers, 1962.

_______. The Very Best of Peter, Paul, and Mary. Rhino/WEA, 2005.

Seeger, Pete. Pete Seeger's Greatest Hits. Sony, 2002.

Van Ronk, Dave. Inside Dave Van Ronk. Fantasy, 1991.

31. Bringing It All Back Home: Dylan at Newport



Further Reading

Bromell, Nick. Tomorrow Never Knows: Rock and Psychedelics in the 1960s. Chicago

and London: University of Chicago Press, 2000.

Cott, Jonathan, ed. Bob Dylan, The Essential Interviews. New York: Wenner

Books, 2006.

Dylan, Bob. Chronicles: Volume One. New York: Simon & Schuster Paperbacks, 2004.

Hajdu, David. Positively 4th Street: The Live and Times of Joan Baez, Bob Dylan, Mimi

Baez Farinã, and Richard Fariña. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2001.

Heylin, Clinton. Bob Dylan: Behind the Shades, Revisited. New York: William Morrow,

2001.

Marcus, Greil. Invisible Republic: Bob Dylan’s Basement Tapes. New York: Henry Holt



and Company, 1997.

_______. Like a Rolling Stone: Bob Dylan at the Crossroads. New York: PublicAffairs,

2005.

McGregor, Criag, ed. Bob Dylan: The Early Years • A Retrospective. New York: Da



Capo, 1990 [1972].

Scaduto, Anthony. Bob Dylan: An Intimate Biography. New York: Signet Books, 1973.



Discography

Dylan, Bob. Bob Dylan. Columbia, 1962.



_______. The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan. Columbia, 1963.

_______. Bringin’ it All Back Home, Bob Dylan, Columbia, 1965.



_______. Highway 61 Revisited. Columbia, 1965.

32. “Chaos Is a Friend of Mine”



Further Reading

See Chapter 31.



Discography

Dylan, Bob Blonde on Blonde. Columbia, 1966.

_______. Bob Dylan Live, 1966: The “Royal Albert Hall Concert.” Sony, 1998.
33. From R&B to Soul
Further Reading

George, Nelson. The Death of Rhythm and Blues. New York: E. P. Dutton, 1989.

Guralnick, Peter. Sweet Soul Music: Rhythm and Blues and the Southern Dream of Freedom. New York: Harper & Row Publishers, 1986.

Hirshey, Gerri. Nowhere to Run: The Story of Soul Music. New York: Penguin Books, 1984.

Wexler, Jerry and David Ritz. Rhythm and Blues: A Life in American Music. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1993.
Discography

Atlantic Rhythm & Blues 1947-1974. Atlantic, 1991.

Cooke, Sam. The Best of Sam Cooke. RCA Victor, 1962.

________. Portrait of a Legend 1951-1964. Abkco, 2003.

James, Etta. At Last! Chess, 1961.

_______. The Definitive Collection. Geffen, 2006

Wilson, Jackie. The Ultimate Jackie Wilson. Brunswick, 2006.


34. No Town Like Motown
Further Reading

Coffey, Dennis. Guitars, Bars, and Motown Superstars. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2004.

Early, Gerald. One Nation Under a Groove: Motown and American Culture. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2004.

Gordy, Berry. To Be Loved: The Music, the Magic, the Memories of Motown: An Autobiography. New York: Warner Books, 1994.

Neal, Mark Anthony. What the Music Said: Black Popular Music and Black Popular Culture. New York and London, Routledge, 1999.

Ward, Brian. This Is My Soul Responding: Rhythm and Blues, Black Consciousness, and Race Relations. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1998.

Warwick, Jacqueline. Girl Groups, Girl Culture: Popular Music and Identity in the 1960s. New York: Routledge, 2007.

Werner, Craig. A Change is Gonna Come: Music, Race & the Soul of America. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2006.


Discography

The Four Tops. Reach Out. Motown, 1967.



Hitsville USA, The Motown Singles Collection, 1959-1971. Motown, 1992.

Martha and the Vandellas. Heatwave. Gordy, 1963.

The Marvelettes. Please Mr. Postman. Tamla, 1961.

The Supremes. Where Did Our Love Go. Motown, 1964.

The Temptations. The Temptations Sing Smokey. Gordy, 1965.

Wonder, Stevie. The 12 Year Old Genius. Tamla, 1963.


35. The Godfather of Soul and the Beginnings of Funk
Further Reading

Brackett, David. “James Brown's ‘Superbad’ and the Double-Voiced Utterance.” Interpreting Popular Music, 108-56. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2000 [1995].

Brown, Geoff. The Life of James Brown. London: Omnibus Press, 2008 [1996].

Brown, James (with Marc Eliot). I Feel Good: A Memoir of a Life of Soul. New York: New American Library, 2005.

Danielsen, Anne. Presence and Pleasure: The Funk Grooves of James Brown and Parliament. Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press, 2006.

Ramsey, Jr. Guthrie P. Race Music: Black Cultures from Bebop to Hip-Hop. Berkeley:

University of California Press, 2003.

Stewart, Alexander. “‘Funky Drummer’: New Orleans, James Brown and the Rhythmic Transformation of American Popular Music.” Popular Music 19 (2000): 293-318.

Wolk, Douglas. James Brown's Live at the Apollo (33 1/3). New York: Continuum, 2004.
Discography

Brown, James. Live at the Apollo Theater. King/Polydor, 1963.

________. Star Time. Polydor/UMGD, 1991.

The J.B.s. Pass the Peas: The Best of the J.B.'s. Polydor, 2000.


36. “The Blues Changes from Day to Day”
Further Reading

Bowman, Rob. Soulsville, U.S.A.: The Story of Stax Records. New York: Schirmer Books, 1997.

Freeman, Scott. Otis!: The Otis Redding Story. New York: St. Martin’s Griffin, 2002.

Guralnick, Peter. Sweet Soul Music: Rhythm and Blues and the Southern Dream of Freedom. New York: Harper & Row Publishers, 1986.

Ware, Vron and Les Back. Out of Whiteness: Color, Politics, and Culture. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2002.
Discography

Booker T. and the M.G.s. The Definitive Soul Collection. Atlantic, 2006.

Redding, Otis. Pain in My Heart. Stax, 1964.

________. The Great Otis Redding Sings Soul Ballads. Stax, 1965.

________. The Dock of the Bay. Stax, 1968.

________. The Very Best of Otis Redding. Elektra/WEA, 1992.

________ and Carla Thomas. King and Queen. Stax, 1967.
37. Aretha Franklin Meets the Mainstream
Further Reading

Awkward, Michael. Soul Covers: Rhythm and Blues Remakes and the Struggle for Artistic Identity: Aretha Franklin, Al Green, Phoebe Snow. Durham: Duke University Press, 2007.

Dobkin, Matt. I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You: Aretha Franklin, Respect, and the Making of a Soul Music Masterpiece. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 2004.

Franklin, Aretha (and David Ritz). Aretha: From These Roots. New York: Villard,

1999.

Guralnick, Peter. Sweet Soul Music: Rhythm and Blues and the Southern Dream of Freedom. New York: Harper & Row Publishers, 1986.



Wexler, Jerry and David Ritz. Rhythm and Blues: A Life in American Music. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1993.
Discography

Franklin, Aretha. Aretha. Columbia, 1961.

________. Lady Soul. Atlantic, 1967.

________. I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You. Atlantic, 1968.

________. Aretha Live at Fillmore West. Atlantic, 1971.

________. The Definitive Soul Collection. Atlantic/WEA, 1993.

38. The Beatles, the “British Invasion,” and Cultural Respectability
Further Reading

The Beatles (John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ringo Starr). The Beatles



Anthology. San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 2000.

Bromell, Nick. Tomorrow Never Knows: Rock and Psychedelics in the 1960s. Chicago

and London: University of Chicago Press, 2000.

Davies, Hunter. The Beatles: The Authorized Biography. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1968.

Everett, Walter. The Beatles As Musicians: Revolver through the Anthology. New York:

Oxford University Press, 1999.

_______. The Beatles As Musicians: The Quarry Men Through Rubber Soul. New

York: Oxford University Press, 2001.

Gendron, Bernard. Between Montmartre and the Mudd Club: Popular Music and the Avant-Garde. Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, 2002.

Spitz, Bob. The Beatles: The Biography. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 2005.


Thomson, Elizabeth and David Gutman (eds.). The Lennon Companion: Twenty-Five Years of Comment. New York: Schirmer Books, 1987.


Rorem, Ned. “The Music of the Beatles.” Music Educators Journal 55 (1968): 33-34+77-83.

Wenner, Jann. Lennon Remembers: The Rolling Stone Interviews. New York: Popular Library, 1971.


Discography

The Beatles. Please Please Me. Parlophone, 1963.

________. With the Beatles. Parlophone, 1963.

________. A Hard Day’s Night. Parlophone, 1964.

________. Beatles for Sale. Parlophone, 1964.

________. Help!, Parlophone, 1965.

________. Rubber Soul. Parlophone, 1965.

________. Yesterday and Today. Capitol, 1966.

________. Revolver. Capitol, 1966.

________. Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. Capitol, 1967.

________. 1962-1966. Capitol, 1993.

________. 1967-1970. Capitol, 1993.

________. Anthology 1. Capitol, 1995.

________. Anthology 2. Capitol, 1996.

39. A Hard Day’s Night and Beatlemania



Further Reading

see chapter 38.



Discography

see chapter 38.

40. England Swings, and the Beatles Evolve on Revolver and Sgt. Pepper

Further Reading

see chapter 38



Discography

see chapter 38

41. Art School and the British Blues Revival
Further Reading

Booth, Stanley. The True Adventures of the Rolling Stones. Chicago: Chicago Review

Press, 2000.

Frith, Simon and Howard Horne. Art into Pop. London: Methuen, 1987.

Groom, Bob. The Blues Revival. London: Studio Vista, 1971.

Jagger, Mick, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, Ronnie Wood (Dora Loewenstein and

Philip Dodd, eds.). According to the Rolling Stones. San Francisco: Chronicle

Books, 2003.

Kitts, Thomas. Ray Davies: Not Like Everybody Else. London and New York:

Routledge, 2007.

Marsh, Dave. Before I Get Old: The Story of the Who. New York: St. Martin’s Press,

1983.


Marten, Neville and Jeff Hudson. The Kinks. London: Bobcat Books, 2007.
Discography

The Kinks. The Kinks. Pye, 1964.

________. The Singles Collection. Sanctuary UK, 2004.

The Rolling Stones. Hot Rocks, 1964-1971. Abkco, 2002 [1972].

________. More Hot Rocks: Big Hits & Fazed Cookies. Abkco, 2002 [1972].

The Who. My Generation. Brunswick, 1965.

________. Tommy. Polydor, 1969.

________. Thirty Years of Maximum R&B. MCA, 1994.

The Yardbirds. Having a Rave Up with the Yardbirds. Epic, 1965.

_______. The Yardbirds - Greatest Hits, Vol. 1: 1964-1966. Rhino/WEA, 1990.


42. The Stones Versus the Beatles
Further Reading

Eisen, Jonathan, ed. The Age of Rock: Sounds of the American Cultural Revolution. New York: Random House, 1969.

MacPhail, Jessica Holman Whitehead. Yesterday’s Papers: The Rolling Stones in Print, 1963-1984. Ann Arbor, MI: Pierian Press, 1986.
See also chapters 38 and 41.
Discography

The Beatles. The Beatles. Apple, 1968.

The Rolling Stones. Aftermath. Decca, 1966.

________. Their Satanic Majesties Request. Decca, 1967.

________. Beggars Banquet. Decca, 1968.

43. If You’re Goin’ to San Francisco . . .


Dodd, David G. and Diana Spaulding. The Grateful Dead Reader. New York: Oxford University Press, 2000.

Gleason, Ralph J. The Jefferson Airplane and the San Francisco Sound. New York: Ballantine Books, 1969.

Lesh, Phil. Searching for the Sound: My Life with the Grateful Dead. New York: Back Bay Books, 2006.

Meriwether, Nicholas G, ed. All Graceful Instruments: The Contexts of the Grateful Dead Phenomenon. Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2007.

O’Dair, Barbara. Trouble Girls: The Rolling Stone Book of Women in Rock. New York: Random House, 1997.

Perry, Charles. The Haight-Ashbury: A History. New York: Wenner Publications, 2005 [1984].

Tamarkin, Jeff. Got a Revolution! The Turbulent Flight of Jefferson Airplane. New York: Atria Books, 2003.

Wolfe, Tom. The Electric Kool-aid Acid Test. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1968.


Discography

Big Brother and the Holding Company. Cheap Thrills. Columbia, 1968.

Country Joe and the Fish. Electric Music for the Mind and Body. Vanguard, 1967.

The Grateful Dead. The Grateful Dead. Warner Brothers, 1967.

_______. Anthem of the Sun. Warner Brothers, 1968.

_______. Live Dead. Warner Brothers, 1970.

Jefferson Airplane. Surrealistic Pillow. RCA Victor, 1967.

_______. After Bathing at Baxter’s. RCA Victor, 1967.

Moby Grape. Moby Grape. Columbia, 1967.

Quicksilver Messenger Service. Happy Trails. Capitol, 1969.


44. The Kozmic Blues of Janis Joplin
Further Reading

Dalton, David. Piece of My Heart: A Portrait of Janis Joplin. New York: Da Capo, 1991.

Echols, Alice. Scars of Sweet Paradise: The Life and Times of Janis Joplin. New York:

Holt Paperbacks, 2000.

Joplin, Laura. Love, Janis. New York: Villard, 1992.

Reynolds, Simon. The Sex Revolts: Gender, Rebellion, and Rock’n’roll. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1995.

Willis, Ellen. “Janis Joplin,” in Beginning to See the Light: Sex, Hope, and Rock-and-Roll, 61-67. Hanover, N.H.: Wesleyan University Press, 1992.
Discography

Big Brother and the Holding Company. Cheap Thrills. Columbia, 1968.

________. Live at Winterland ’68. Columbia Legacy, 1998.

Joplin, Janis. I Got Dem Ol’ Kozmic Blues Again Mama! Columbia, 1969.

________. Pearl. Columbia 1971.

________. Box of Pearls. Sony Legacy, 1999.


45. Jimi Hendrix and the Electronic Guitar
Further Reading

Chenoweth, Lawrence. “The Rhetoric of Hope and Despair: A Study of the Jimi Hendrix Experience and the Jefferson Airplane.” American Quarterly 23 (1971): 25-45.

Cross, Charles R. Room Full of Mirrors: A Biography of Jimi Hendrix. New York: Hyperion, 2005.

Murray, Charles Shaar. Crosstown Traffic: Jimi Hendrix & The Post-War Rock 'N' Roll Revolution. St. Martin’s Griffin, 1991.

Waksman, Steve. Instruments of Desire: The Electric Guitar and the Shaping of Musical Experience. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1999.

Zak III, Albin J. “Bob Dylan and Jimi Hendrix: Juxtaposition and Transformation ‘All along the Watchtower’.” Journal of the American Musicological Society 57 (2004): 599-644.


Discography

The Jimi Hendrix Experience. Are You Experienced. Track Records, 1967.

________. Axis: Bold as Love. Track Records, 1967.

________. Electric Ladyland. Reprise, 1968.

________. Band of Gypsies. Capitol, 1970.

46. Rock Meets the Avant-Garde: Frank Zappa


Further Reading

Ashby, Arved. “Frank Zappa and the Anti-Fetishist Orchestra.” The Musical Quarterly 83 (1999): 557-606.

Kostelanetz, Richard. The Frank Zappa Companion: Four Decades of Commentary. New York: Schirmer Books, 1997.

Lowe, Kelly Fisher. The Words and Music of Frank Zappa. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2006.

Watson, Ben. Frank Zappa: The Negative Dialectics of Poodle Play. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1995.

Wragg, David. “‘Or Any Art at All?’: Frank Zappa Meets Critical Theory.” Popular Music 20 (2001): 205-222.


Discography

The Mothers of Invention. Freak Out! Verve, 1966.

Zappa, Frank. and the Mothers of Invention. Lumpy Gravy. Verve, 1967.

________. We’re Only In It for the Money. Verve, 1968.

________. Weasels Ripped My Flesh. Bizarre Records, 1973.

47. Pop/Bubblegum/Monkees


Further Reading

Bodroghkozy, Aniko. Groove Tube: Sixties Television and the Youth Rebellion. Durham and London: Duke University Press, 2001.

Christgau, Robert. “Rock Lyrics Are Poetry (Maybe).” In The Age of Rock: Sounds of the American Cultural Revolution, edited by Jonathan Eisen, 230-43. New York: Random House, 1969. First published in Cheetah in December 1967.

Emerson, Ken. Always Magic in the Air: The Bomp and Brilliance of the Brill Building Era. New York: Viking, 2005.

Stahl, Matthew. “Authentic Boy Bands on TV? Performers and Impresarios in The Monkees and Making the Band.” Popular Music 21 (2002): 307-329.

Stark, Steven D. Glued to the Set: The 60 Television Shows and Events That Made Us Who We Are Today. New York: Free Press, 1997.


Discography

The Monkees. The Monkees. Colgems, 1966.

________. More of the Monkees. Colgems, 1967.

________. Pisces, Aquarius, Capricorn & Jones Ltd. Colgems, 1967.

________. Head. Colgems, 1968.

_______. Anthology. Rhino/WEA, 1998.

48. The Aesthetics of Rock
Further Reading

Gendron, Bernard. Between Montmartre and the Mudd Club: Popular Music and the Avant-Garde. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2002.

Jones, Steve, ed. Pop Music and the Press. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2002.

Meltzer, Richard. The Aesthetics of Rock. New York: Da Capo Press, 1987 [1970].

Lindberg, Ulf, Gestur Gudmundsson, Morten Michelsen, Hans Weisethaunet. Rock Criticism from the Beginning: Amusers, Bruisers, & Cool-Headed Cruisers. New York: Peter Lang, 2005.
[Discography n/a]

49. Festivals: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly


Further Reading

Bennett, Andy, ed. Remembering Woodstock. London, Ashgate, 2004.

Eisen, Jonathan, ed. The Age of Rock 2: Sights and Sounds of the American Cultural

Revolution. New York: Random House, 1970.

Makower, Joel. Woodstock: The Oral History. New York: Doubleday, 1989.

Mayes, Elaine. It Happened in Monterey: Modern Rock's Defining Moment. London:

Britannia Press, 2002


Discography

Monterey International Pop Festival. Razor and Tie, 2007.

Woodstock: Music from the Original Soundtrack and More. WEA International, 1970.




Videography


The Complete Monterey Pop Festival. Criterion, 2002.

The Rolling Stones – Gimme Shelter. Criterion, 2000.

Woodstock - 3 Days of Peace & Music. Warner Home Video, 1997.

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