Any old way you choose it: rock and other pop music, 1967-1973

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Penguin Books, 1973 - Music - 330 pages
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An invaluable compendium showcasing a new sub-genre of writing not yet contained by the established boundaries of journalism or criticism.

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Any old way you choose it: rock and other pop music, 1967-1973

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A noted rock critic, who has written on that subject for the Village Voice since 1969 and is considered by many to be among the fathers of that field, Christgau here updates his 1973 volume with essays on Wilson Picket, Jefferson Airplane, and Captain Beefheart. Read full review

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User Review  - Tim - Goodreads

Good selection of Christgau's early writings for the Village Voice and Newsday. Especially interesting for contemporary reviews of albums. I'm used to reading criticism written 10, 20, 30 years after ... Read full review

Contents

Secular Music
12
Anatomy of a Love Festival 12 Columns
35
Consumer Guide 1
86
Copyright

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About the author (1973)

Robert Christgau is Senior Editor and Chief Music Critic at "the Village Voice".