Concise History of Rock Music
This book, intended for the general public, music students, and enthusiasts of all ages, explores the entire history of rock music, from its origins up to the twenty-first century. Paul Fowles, guitarist, teacher and writer, has created a fascinating guide to a musical phenomenon which has captured the imagination of young people throughout the world.
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Rock to Pop 50s to 60
R B A Transatlantic Trade
Liverpool and London
Early Maturity America from 1967
Hendrix his contemporaries and his legacy
Hybrid Forms and the Rise of the SingerSongwriter
Punk Rock and the New Wave
Adult Rock and the PostPunk Era
Classical Crossover A Meeting of Great Traditions or just Rock for Wrinklies?
The 805 the 90s and Beyond
Heavy Metal Thunder
The Excellence and Excesses of Symphonic Rock and thePsychedelic Survivors
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