Table of contents for A century on record : popular music and the recording industry in america, 1900-2000 / William Ruhlmann.


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Contents
Introduction
1	The 1900s 
The Birth of the Recording Industry
2	The 1910s 
Stage, Sheet Music, and Disc: A New Synergy
3	The 1920s 
The Jazz Age
4	The 1930s
		Brother, Can You Spare A Dime?
5	The 1940s 
War at Home, War Abroad
6	The 1950s 
All Shook Up
7	The 1960s
The Rock Invasion
8	The 1970s
The Balkanization of Popular Music
9	The 1980s
The Rise of the Music Video Star
10	The 1990s
The Digital Revolution Begins
Bibliography
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Sound recording industry United States History, Popular music United States History and criticism