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

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Cooper Square Press, 2000 - Music - 352 pages
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Featuring a new Introduction and three previously uncollected essays, this compendium talks about music as it relates to popular culture and profiles artists as diverse as Frank Zappa, Carole King, Tom Jones, and Chuck Berry.

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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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A great collection of columns from the Village Voice and elsewhere by one of the founders of serious pop criticism. Read full review

Contents

A Counter in Search of a Culture l
1
Anatomy of a Love Festival 12 Columns
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Consumer Guide 1
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Copyright

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About the author (2000)

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

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