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German Music in the Seventies
Ulrich Adelt
The first in-depth study of one of the most influential movements of contemporary popular music

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German Music in the Seventies
Ulrich Adelt
The first in-depth study of one of the most influential movements of contemporary popular music

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Paper 2016 $29.95 Available Add Paper for "Krautrock" to Cart
Hardcover 2016 $85.00 Available Add Hardcover for "Krautrock" to Cart
Ebook 2016 Available View Purchasing Options for Ebook, "Krautrock"
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German Music in the Seventies
Ulrich Adelt
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Ebook 2016 Available View Purchasing Options for Ebook, "Krautrock"
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In one form or another, the influence of popular music has permeated cultural activities and perception on a global scale. Interdisciplinary in nature, Tracking Pop is intended as a wide-ranging exploration of pop music and its cultural situation. In addition to providing resources for students and scholars working in the field of popular culture, the books in this series will appeal to general readers and music lovers, for whom pop has provided the soundtrack of their lives.

Tracking Pop

In one form or another, the influence of popular music has permeated cultural activities and perception on a global scale. Interdisciplinary in nature, Tracking Pop is intended as a wide-ranging exploration of pop music and its cultural situation. In addition to providing resources for students and scholars working in the field of popular culture, the books in this series will appeal to general readers and music lovers, for whom pop has provided the soundtrack of their lives.


John Covach, Professor of Music, University of Rochester, author of What's That Sound? An Introduction to Rock Music (W.W. Norton & Co, 2006) 

Robert Fink, Professor of Musicology, Chair of the Music Industry Minor, University of California, Los Angeles, author of Repeating Ourselves:  American Minimal Music as Cultural Practice (University of California, 2005)

Loren Kajikawa, Associate Professor of Ethnomusicology and Musicology, University of Oregon, author of Sounding Race in Rap Songs (University of California, 2015)

Jocelyn Neal, Professor of Music, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, author of Country Music: A Cultural and Stylistic History (Oxford, 2012)

Board Members

David Brackett, Professor of Music Research, McGill University, author of The Pop, Rock, and Soul Reader: Histories and Documents

Mark Butler, Professor of Music Theory, Northwestern University, author of Playing with Something That Runs: Technology, Improvisation, and Composition in DJ and Laptop Performance

John Dougan, Professor of Recording Industry, Middle Tennessee State University, author of The Who Sell Out

Walt Everett, Professor of Music Theory, University of Michigan, author of The Beatles As Musicians: Revolver through the Anthology

Susan Fast, Professor of English and Cultural Studies, McMaster University, author of In the Houses of the Holy: Led Zeppelin and the Power of Rock Music

Ellie Hisama, Professor of Music, Columbia University, author of Critical Minded: New Approaches to Hip Hop Studies

Nadine Hubbs, Associate Professor of Women's Studies & Music, University of Michigan, author of The Queer Composition of America's Sound: Gay Modernists, American Music, and National Identity

Travis Jackson, Associate Professor of Music, University of Chicago, author of Blowin' the Blues Away: Performance and Meaning on the New York Jazz Scene

Mark Katz, Ruel W. Tyson, Jr. Distinguished Professor of Humanities; Director, Institute for the Arts and Humanities, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, author of Groove Music: The Art and Culture of the Hip-Hop DJ

Serge Lacasse, Professor of Music, Université Laval, Québec, author or Groove: Enquête sur les phénomènes musicaux contemporains

Alan Moore, Professor Emeritus, University of Surrey, author of Song Means: Analysing and Interpreting Recorded Song

Tom Porcello, Professor of Anthropology, Vassar College, co-editor of Wired for Sound: Engineering and Technologies in Sonic Cultures

Albin Zak, Professor of Music, University at Albany, author of I Don’t Sound Like Nobody: Remaking Music in 1950s America (University of Michigan 2010)

 

 

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Series Editors

John Covach, Professor of Music, University of Rochester, author of What's That Sound? An Introduction to Rock Music (W.W. Norton & Co, 2006) 

Robert Fink, Professor of Musicology, Chair of the Music Industry Minor, University of California, Los Angeles, author of Repeating Ourselves:  American Minimal Music as Cultural Practice (University of California, 2005)

Loren Kajikawa, Associate Professor of Ethnomusicology and Musicology, University of Oregon, author of Sounding Race in Rap Songs (University of California, 2015)

Jocelyn Neal, Professor of Music, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, author of Country Music: A Cultural and Stylistic History (Oxford, 2012)

Board Members

David Brackett, Professor of Music Research, McGill University, author of The Pop, Rock, and Soul Reader: Histories and Documents

Mark Butler, Professor of Music Theory, Northwestern University, author of Playing with Something That Runs: Technology, Improvisation, and Composition in DJ and Laptop Performance

John Dougan, Professor of Recording Industry, Middle Tennessee State University, author of The Who Sell Out

Walt Everett, Professor of Music Theory, University of Michigan, author of The Beatles As Musicians: Revolver through the Anthology

Susan Fast, Professor of English and Cultural Studies, McMaster University, author of In the Houses of the Holy: Led Zeppelin and the Power of Rock Music

Ellie Hisama, Professor of Music, Columbia University, author of Critical Minded: New Approaches to Hip Hop Studies

Nadine Hubbs, Associate Professor of Women's Studies & Music, University of Michigan, author of The Queer Composition of America's Sound: Gay Modernists, American Music, and National Identity

Travis Jackson, Associate Professor of Music, University of Chicago, author of Blowin' the Blues Away: Performance and Meaning on the New York Jazz Scene

Mark Katz, Ruel W. Tyson, Jr. Distinguished Professor of Humanities; Director, Institute for the Arts and Humanities, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, author of Groove Music: The Art and Culture of the Hip-Hop DJ

Serge Lacasse, Professor of Music, Université Laval, Québec, author or Groove: Enquête sur les phénomènes musicaux contemporains

Alan Moore, Professor Emeritus, University of Surrey, author of Song Means: Analysing and Interpreting Recorded Song

Tom Porcello, Professor of Anthropology, Vassar College, co-editor of Wired for Sound: Engineering and Technologies in Sonic Cultures

Albin Zak, Professor of Music, University at Albany, author of I Don’t Sound Like Nobody: Remaking Music in 1950s America (University of Michigan 2010)

 

 


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