1 edition of Rock "n" roll myths found in the catalog.
Rock "n" roll myths
|Statement||Gary Graff and Daniel Durchholz|
|LC Classifications||ML3534 .G72 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2011037351|
Rock music is littered with hundreds of myths about musicians. Some of the most famous examples include stories that have been exaggerated and made popular by the media. These include false tales such as the suggestion that Cass Elliot choked to death on a ham sandwich, that Keith Richards underwent a blood transfusion to rid himself of a heroin addiction, that Marilyn Manson is Paul Pfeiffer. Jason Heller talks with Peter Bebergal about his new book, which explores how mysterious ideas of the occult found such a perfect outlet in rock'n'roll Author: Jason Heller.
Synopsis John Harris's Rock 'N' Roll Reader is an authoritative, personal and highly entertaining guide to rock music. It reveals the most outrageous riders, explodes numerous rock myths (for example, Ringo was in fact quite a good drummer, and wasn't actually the worst year in rock 4/5(7). Unknown Legends of Rock'n'Roll. Published in by Miller Freeman Books, Unknown Legends of Rock'n'Roll profiles 60 underappreciated cult rock artists of all styles and eras, drawing extensively upon first-hand interviews.
Little Richard once said, "The blues had an illegitimate baby and we named it rock 'n' roll." This is a fair and clever summary of what happened between and , when black and white musical traditions cross-educated each other, and then disc jockey Alan Freed popularized the phrase "rock and roll," which was black slang for having sex. St. Louis Magazine freelance contributor Dan Durchholz is perhaps our town’s ranking rock journalist, and his latest book, Rock ‘n Roll Myths: The True Stories Behind the Most Infamous Legends, co-authored with Detroit scribe Gary Graff, is a olz and Graff get to the bottom of oft-told tales about Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon (is it really synched to the movie The Wizard Author: Ron Kerman.
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Rock fans of all ages will find their favorite myths are included, and cross the Rollin' Away The Myths: Like a two and a half minute blast of classic pop rock, this was a fun experience.
Not too heavy and not too deep – just short blasts of rock’n roll myth-buster /5. “If you’re a rock fan, a gossip lover, or a head banger from way back, Rock ‘n’ Roll Myths will hit the right note.” - Terri Schlichenmeyer’s syndicated book reviews “The book is surprising deep in coverage, tackling more than 50 myths, urban legends and stories over a cross section of genres, everything from Kiss and Donna Summers to the Ohio Players and Sid Vicious.”.
Late Scottish novelist Iain Banks’s fictional love letter to classic rock, Espedair Street is a thinly veiled retelling of the Fleetwood Mac myth, from the perspective of hulking bassist Daniel ‘Weird’ Weir, a character inspired by ex- Marillion singer Fish.
Get this from a library. Take a walk on the dark side: rock and roll myths, legends, and curses. [R Gary Patterson] -- The ultimate book for today's rock and roll fan: a fascinating compendium of facts, fictions, prophecies, premonitions, coincidences, hoaxes, doomsday scenarios, and.
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Rock 'n' Roll Myths: The True Stories Behind the Most Infamous Legends: : Gary Graff, Daniel Durchholz: Books/5(20). By the end of Fargo Rock City, Klosterman has gone beyond explaining his love of metal and written a treatise of why we like the music we like.
In answering the question of why we are attracted to certain music, Klosterman may very well have written the best book ever about rock and roll. Chronicles: Volume 1 – Bob Dylan (). The ultimate book for today's rock and roll fan: a fascinating compendium of facts, fictions, prophecies, premonitions, coincidences, hoaxes, doomsday scenarios, and other urban legends about some of the world's most beloved and mysterious pop iconsPages: Nothing sums up the ridiculous circus of rock'n'roll better than the mythology that both nourishes and devours it, vividly illustrating the impossible feats of self destruction and degradation we would have our 'rock gods' vicariously act out on our behalf.
The fact that Bill Wyman is an authority on. The 27s: The Greatest Myth of Rock & Roll is a non-fiction narrative that tells the history of rock & roll seen through the lives and legacies of 34 musicians who each died at the age of 27 (also known as the 27 Club).
The 27s was created by Eric Segalstad (author) and Josh Hunter (illustrator).Subject: Rock music. Get this from a library. Rock 'n' roll myths: the true stories behind the most infamous legends.
[Gary Graff; Daniel Durchholz] -- "It's perhaps the relative modernity of rock 'n' roll that makes the genre a minefield of myths and legends accepted as truth. History. The Beatles’ nearest rivals in rock ’n’ roll were the Rolling Stones. It was the Stones who really seemed to symbolize the dangerous glamour of the genre and the time.
Myth, and Magic. Sex, Drugs, and Rock 'n' Roll: Dionysus on Tour. Dionysus grew up to be a beautiful—if somewhat effeminate—young man, boisterous and full of life. Unfortunately, after Dionysus had lived many years hidden in the cave on Mount Nysa, Hera—who had never given up the search for her bastard son—finally caught up to him.
'Epic' seems almost too small a word for Salman Rushdie's vast, brimming, hugely imaginative novel, acclaimed on publication last year as 'the first great rock'n'roll novel in Author: Stephanie Merritt. It's perhaps the relative modernity of rock 'n' roll that makes the genre a minefield of myths and legends accepted as truth.
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Robert Crenshaw, who played drums for his brother, Marshall Crenshaw, has written a memoir of his days in the rock world. On the cover (from left) are. (Caption: Exploring the myth of rock ‘n’ roll’s death – Kevin J.H. Dettmar, an English professor at Southern Illinois University Carbondale, has written a book that examines why the myth about the death of rock ‘n’ roll continues five decades after its emergence.
Take a Walk on the Dark Side is the ultimate book for today's rock and roll fan: a fascinating compendium of facts, fictions, prophecies, premonitions, coincidences, hoaxes, doomsday scenarios, and other urban legends about some of the world's most beloved and mysterious pop icons.
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