The Sound of the City: The Rise of Rock and Roll

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Pantheon Books, 1984 - Music - 515 pages
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A history of rock and roll discusses the major groups and performers and offers a look at rhythm and blues, soul music, and the British influence

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User Review  - oswaldglinkmeyer - LibraryThing

One of my favorite books on the rise of rock and roll, particularly since it links rock and roll to the rising American urbanism. Read full review

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ROCK V ROLL
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Dancehall Blues Club Blues
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