Table of contents for Love saves the day : a history of American dance music culture 1970-1979 / Tim Lawrence.


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Contents Acknowledgements Preface Introduction 1 Beginnings: house parties and discotheques 2 Consolidation: party pariahs and the path to permanent revolution 3 Pollination: the rise of the downtown party network 4 Recognition: the crystallisation of a sound 5 Visibility: the message of love and the disco mix 6 Expansion: record pools, music labels, new clubs 7 Prominence: forums, formats, franchises 8 Ascendancy: Eurodisco, midtown, downtown, out of town 9 Dominance: disco takes over 10 Turbulence: backlash and survival Epilogue Notes Selected discography Selected works Index 
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Dance music New York (State) New York 20th century History and criticism, Popular music New York (State) New York 1971-1980 History and criticism, Popular culture New York (State) New York History 20th century