Rock 'n' Roll 39-59

Rock n Roll Snare drum backbeat plus electric guitar the simple formula that launched the rock star and contemporary teen culture along with it Today rock n roll seems to define postwar American culture especi

  • Title: Rock 'n' Roll 39-59
  • Author: Charlie Gillett Peter Guralnick David Halberstam Greil Marcus
  • ISBN: 9783865216090
  • Page: 214
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Snare drum backbeat plus electric guitar the simple formula that launched the rock star, and contemporary teen culture along with it Today, rock n roll seems to define postwar American culture, especially in its impact abroad Though its inception is often imagined as sudden and seismic, it was, of course, a gradual and complex transition from boogie woogie to the starSnare drum backbeat plus electric guitar the simple formula that launched the rock star, and contemporary teen culture along with it Today, rock n roll seems to define postwar American culture, especially in its impact abroad Though its inception is often imagined as sudden and seismic, it was, of course, a gradual and complex transition from boogie woogie to the stardom of Elvis Presley and Bill Haley A thorough survey of rock n roll s bloodline would even reach back as far as 1939, a time when the electric guitar s role was mostly played by piano or saxophone Rock n Roll 39 59 does this, with the assistance of some of the genre s finest photographers Bruce Davidson, Wayne Miller, Robert W Kelley, Esther Bubley, Eve Arnold and Ernest C Withers are all here, amid a wealth of visual props, including priceless period posters, records, rare souvenirs, photographs and film stills, and indices of the movement s key venues, events, artists, producers and people This book describes a lively mess of genres, from boogie woogie to blues, gospel, big band jazz, country and, most of all, rhythm and blues interbreeding against a backdrop of colossal social change, and culminating in the rock n roll explosion of the mid 1950s.

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    1. Very nice photos, interesting explanations and exciting topics about rock'n roll culture. I learned more about Tampa Red the legend.

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