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Table of Contents 1. Preface: Craig Bailey, 'The Floydian Slip' 2. 'Assorted Lunatics': Contributors Biographical Notes 3. 'Breathe': Introduction Russell Reising, University of Toledo, USA. ' Life On The Dark Side of the Moon' 4. 'Any Colour You Like': General Discussions Russell Reising, 'On the Waxing and Waning: A Brief History of Dark Side of the Moon' Kimi Kärki, University of Turku, Finland. "Matter of Fact It's All Dark": Audiovisual Stadium Rock Aesthetics in Pink Floyd's The Dark Side of the Moon Tour 1973." Matthew Bannister, University of Auckland, New Zealand. 'Dark Side of the Men: Pink Floyd, Classic Rock and White Masculinities' Lee Barron and Ian Inglis, University of Northumbria, UK. '"We're Not In Kansas Any More": Music, Myth And Narrative Structure in Dark Side of the Moon" 4. 'Everything Under the Sun is in Tune': Musical and Structural Discussions Kevin Holm-Hudson, University of Kentucky. "Worked Out Within the Grooves": The Sound and Structure of Dark Side of the Moon." Shaugn O'Donnell, City College, City University of New York. 'On the Path': Tracing Tonal Coherence in Dark Side of the Moon. Ger Tillekens, University of Groningen, the Netherlands, 'The Keys to Quiet Desperation. Modulating Between Misery and Madness' 5. 'There's No Dark Side of the Moon': Theoretical Discussions Nicola Spelman, University of Salford, UK. 'Reversing Us and Them: Anti-psychiatry and Dark Side of the Moon' Sheila Whiteley, University of Salford, UK. 'Prismatic Passion : The enigma of Great Gig in the Sky' Peter Mills, Leeds Metropolitan University, UK, 'The Whole of the Moon: "Brain Damage", "Eclipse", and the Mythic Narrative of The Pink Floyd' Kenneth Womack, Penn State University, Altoona. 'Pink Floyd's Levinasian Ethics: Reading The Dark Side of the Moon's Philosophical Architecture' 6. 'Speak to Me': The Influence of Dark Side of the Moon Russell Reising, 'The Moons are Eclipsed by the Moon: Covering the Dark Side' Benjamin Schleifer, Colorado College. 'Eclipsing: The Influence of Dark Side of the Moon on the Next Generation's Music through Radiohead's OK Computer '"And if the Band You're in Starts Playing Different Tunes": An Interview with Mike Gordon of Phish', Russell Reising 'The Jamaican Side of the Moon': An Interview with Michael Goldwasser of Easy Star Records, Russell Reising. 7. 'Thought I'd Something More to Say' An Annotated Bibliography: Mathew Bartkowiak, Bowling Green State University 8. Works Cited 9. Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Pink Floyd (Musical quartet). Dark side of the moon.
Rock music -- History and criticism.