The Penguin encyclopedia of popular music

The Penguin encyclopedia of popular music

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From Abba to ZZ Top via Oasis, James Brown, and Frank Sinatra, this wonderful resource to the world's nonclassical music has been updated and revised to include a wider range of New World and ethnic musicians from Latin America and Africa along with a range of new entries from the contemporary Brit-pop scene and all of your old favorites. Donald Clarke covers a truly spectacular array of artists, from the early blues (Big Bill Broonzy, Ma Rainey, Bessie Smith) and ragtime (Scott Joplin, Eubie Blake) to the golden age of Broadway musicals, the great swing bands of the 1930s, jazz from around the world, American country, English folk, rock 'n' roll, reggae, soul, funk, punk, and the rest. The extensive Index ensures that no songwriter, musician, record label, or musical style is overlooked.ISLEY BROTHERS set, Eddie the Head in action (12-foot mummy operated by member of security staff)- Stage show always value for money; video incl. alternate takes of live LP tracks. ... a#39;37; d a#39;86; later dropped the a#39;Oa#39;), Rudolph (b 1 Apr. a#39;39), Ronald {b 21 May a#39;41) and Vernon, killed in an accident in a#39;50s, were encouraged by their father, a professional ... 4 single a#39;Fight The Powera#39;), Harvest For The World a#39;76, Go For Your Guns a#39;77, compilation Forever Gold a#39;77, Showdown a#39;78, anbsp;...

Title:The Penguin encyclopedia of popular music
Author:Donald Clarke
Publisher:Puffin - 1990-11-28


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