Rock of Ages: The Rolling Stone History of Rock & Roll

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Rolling Stone Press / Fireside, 1986 - Music - 649 pages
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Chronicles the history of rock and roll from its beginnings to the present day, describing how the music evolved and changed society

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Rock of ages: the Rolling stone history of rock & roll

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Rolling Stone has commissioned a new full-scale history by three rock experts. Ward covers the Fifties, Geoffrey Stokes the Sixties, Ken Tucker the Seventies and Eighties. Each provides a finely ... Read full review

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Got this book when I was still in my teens. A very thorough and comprehensive book about the history of R&R from the 40s and 50s through the PMRC in the 80s. Read full review

Contents

Introduction by Jann S Wenner
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The Fifties and Before by Ed Ward
12
AllAmerican Music
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