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FINAL ROY SHUKER, KEY CONCEPTS IN POPULAR MUSIC FILE NAME: LIST KEY CONCEPTS WKG LIST FOR 2ND EDITION CONTAINS; ALPHABETICAL LIST OF CONCEPTS. TEXT: TIMES 12; 2X SPACED; UNPAGINATED (18pp); WORDS = 534 ______________________________________________________________ A a capella A & R advertising aesthetics affect aficionados: see fans albums; album covers; concept albums/rock operas; tribute albums alt.country: see country alternative music ambient Americana: see country appropriation; syncreticism art rock: see progressive rock audiences; consumers auteur; auteurship authenticity avant garde; experimental B back catalogue; reissues beat music bhangra biography; autobiography black music; Afro-American music bluegrass blues: country blues; classic blues; jump blues; Chicago (electric) blues; British R&B/blues rock. boogie-woogie bootlegs boxed set boy bands bricolage British invasion Britpop broadcasting bubblegum C canon cassette audio tape; cassette tape players; cassette culture CD (compact disc); CD-R CD-ROMs Celtic music censorship charts Christian rock; CCM class classic rock: see rock clubs; club culture commercialism commodification communication concerts consumer sovereignty consumption copyright counter culture; underground country music; c&w; country & western; country rock; alt.country; Americana covers crossover cultural capital cultural imperialism culture industries; entertainment industries cultural intermediaries cultural studies culture; mass culture/society; popular culture D dance; dancing dance music demography disco discography discourse analysis DJ documentaries doo-wop drum'n'bass Dunedin sound E education effects EPs: see singles ethnicity; race ethnography ethnomusicology experimental: see avant garde F fans; fandom; afficianados fanzines fashion feminism festivals fiction film folk culture; folk music; folk rock Frankfurt School funk G garage bands; garage rock gatekeepers gender genre; meta genres; sub genres girl groups glam rock; glitter rock globalization gospel goth/gothic rock; goths gramophone: see phonograph grunge H hard rock hardcore heavy metal hegemony high culture hip-hop: see rap history homology house I identity ideology independents/indies; indie music Internet; Napster J jam bands jazz karaoke L language listening live; live performance locality lyric analysis M Madchester; Manchester sound majors managers market cycles marketing Marxism mass culture/society: see culture; Frankfurt School memorabilia Merseybeat mods moral panic Motown; Motown sound MP3 MTV music industry; recording companies music press; music journalism; music magazines music video musicals musicians; making music musicology; popular musicology muzak N new age new romantics; new wave northern soul O NO ENTRY P payola phonograph; gramophone culture piracy pirate radio political economy politics; social movements pop; dance pop popular culture: see culture popular music postmodernism; postmodern rock power pop producers progressive rock psychedelic/acid rock pub rock punk; punk rock R R&B: see rhythm & blues race: see ethnicity radio ragtime rap; hip-hop rastafari: see reggae reality television: see televsion record collecting raves; rave culture recording: see sound recording reggae; ska; Rastafari reissues: see back catalogue. rhythm & blues (R&B) riot grrrls rock: see rockÆnÆroll rockabilly rock'n'roll; rock; classic rock roots; roots music S salsa sampling scenes; sounds Seattle scene; Seattle sound semiotics: see structuralism sexuality singles; EPs ska: see reggae skiffle skinheads songwriters; songwriting; singer songwriters soul sound; sound production; sound recording; sound reproduction; sound systems sounds: see scenes soundtracks stars; stardom structuralism; poststructuralism; semiotics style: see fashion; genre; subcultures. subculture surf music syncreticism: see appropriation T taste; taste cultures techno technology teenagers; teenybopper; teen idols television; reality television Tex-Mex text; textual analysis; intertextuality Tin Pan Alley tours, touring tribute albums trip-hop V voice W world music ENDS
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Popular music -- Encyclopedias.