Sound effects: youth, leisure, and the politics of rock'n'roll

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Pantheon Books, Nov 1, 1981 - Music - 294 pages
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An academic study of the sociology of rock looks at the roots of the musical form, the social importance and power of rock as reflected in the music industry itself, and the relationship between rock music and its consumers

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About the author (1981)

Simon Frith, Tovey Professor of Music at the University of Edingburgh, has written extensively on pop music and culture for the "Village Voice" and the "Sunday Times" of London. He is the author of the contemporary classic "Sound Effects.

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