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acid rock, 133 Adams, John, 199 Adele, 212 adolescence: antisocial psychology in, 105–6, 120, 157, 180–81; breakdown of class segregation and, 27; Elvis fans and, 40–41; Rolling Stones’ persistent adolescence, 97, 99–100, 105–6, 109–10, 112, 116, 118. See also fans; teenagers; youth culture Adorno, Thomas, 208–9 agency, 7–8, 22, 26, 42, 152–53, 208, 227n1 album-oriented rock, 65, 77 albums: acid rock cover art, 133–34, 134; Beatles/Stones approach, 102; blockbuster albums, 193–94, 208; cover design, 78–79, 85, 102–3, 108; culturally significant, 201–2; Dylan as album artist, 77–78; Live at the Apollo and, 55–56, 77. See also recording industry Allen, Woody, 114 Alterman, Eric, 175, 179, 193–94 Alterman, Loraine, 169–170 Anger, Keith, 107 Appel, Mike, 179 Armstrong, Louis, 47 Artists Share, 209–10 Atlantic Records, 49 audience. See fans authenticity: agency and, 7–8; authentic selfhood in Dylan, 84–87; in confessional poetry, 157–59, 174; Dylan self-fashioning, 70–71, 71, 73, 74–75; folk music and, 76, 81, 88; James Brown’s self-made stardom and, 49–51, 54–55; person/persona duality and, 9–10, 194–96; post-1970s megastars and, 194–95; Rolling Stones extravagant consumption and, 97; Springsteen critical patriotism and, 193–95 Avalon, Frankie, 43 Baez, Joan, 71, 72, 203 Baggot, King, 7 Bailey, Beth, 28–29 Bangs, Lester, 148, 151, 173, 178, 182–83 Barbas, Samantha, 12–13 Barthes, Roland, 5 Beat culture, 75–76, 86, 121–22, 125, 128 Beatles: age-group identity and, 95; artistic seriousness of, 64, 88; culturally significant albums, 201–2; musical virtuosity, 101–2; as political personas, 18, 213; releases of 1965, 59; singer-songwriter model and, 152–53. Works: “A Day in the Life,” 88; “I Saw Her Standing There,” 180; “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds,” 141; Meet the Beatles, 95; Revolver, 58, 201–2; Rubber Soul, 59, 77; Sergeant Pepper, 88, 130, 201–2; White Album, 88; “Yesterday,” 58, 88 Benjamin, Walter, 7–8 Benkler, Yochai, 210 Berg, Peter, 128–29 Berger, John, 31 Berry, Chuck: generational defiance in, 45; influence of, 58, 85, 104; politicized persona of, 18; pop success of, 51; racial barriers for, 47; as singer-songwriter, 18, 148, 152–53; as T.A.M.I. artist, 57. Works: “Brown-Eyed Handsome Man,” 18, 153; “Maybellene,” 51; “Roll Over Beethoven,” 8 Berryman, John, 156 Big Brother and the Holding Company, 127 Bill Haley and His Comets, 17, 27 Blackboard Jungle (1954), 17, 27 blues music, 37, 38, 112 Bono, ix–x, 213 Boorstin, Daniel, 2–3 Booth, Stanley, 99, 119–20 Bowie, David, 29, 73, 151, 196 Boy George, 29 Brackett, David, 58 Brandelius, Jerilyn Lee, 145 Brando, Marlon, 21–22, 94 Brecht, Bertolt, 77, 78, 81 British invasion, 18, 85 Bromell, Nick, 83, 94–95, 222n38 Brown, Denise Scott, 5–6 Brown, James: black achievement narrative of, 46, 50, 62, 66–69, 182; black power movement and, 60–64; Boston performance, 61–64, 220n46; crossover audience of, 18; I N D E X 236 Index Brown, James (continued) image transformations, 47, 49–50; as live performer, 52–58, 52, 56; political stature, 61–67, 69, 220n46. Works: “America Is My Home,” 64, 68; “Baby, Please Don’t Go,” 50–51; Black Caesar, 67; The Blues Brothers, 68; “Cold Sweat,” 58; “Don’t Be a Dropout,” 60–61; “Get Up Sex Machine,” 67; “Going to Kansas City,” 52; “I Don’t Want Nobody to Give Me Nothing,” 66; “It’s a Man’s Man’s Man’s World,” 61; Live at the Apollo, 55–56, 77; “Living in America,” 65, 68; Newport Jazz Festival performance, 65; Out of Sight, 57; “Papa’s Got a Brand New Bag,” 57–60; “Please, Please, Please,” 50, 53–54, 57; Rocky IV, 68; “Say It Loud, I’m Black and I’m Proud,” 55, 60–61, 64–65, 69; “Superbad,” 58, 67; T.A.M.I. Show, 56–57 Browne, Jackson, 148, 163 Buffalo Springfield, 127 Burse, Charlie, 36 Butler, Judith, 4 Byrd, Bobby, 50 Byrds, 59, 82, 154 Capote, Truman, 116–17, 188 Cavicchi, Dan, 192 celebrity, 1–7, 97–99, 116, 170, 207, 212–13. See also stardom Chan, Charlie, 136 Chaplin, Charlie, 13, 216n31 Charles, Ray, 47–48, 55 Chess, Marshall, 116–17, 119 Chomsky, Noam, 201 Christgau, Robert, 110–12, 194, 229n2 Clapton, Eric, 144 Clash, 202 class, xi, 15, 17, 25–27, 75–76, 183, 185–91...

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ISBN
9781421413938
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9781421413921
MARC Record
OCLC
885208479
Pages
264
Launched on MUSE
2014-08-22
Language
English
Open Access
No
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