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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
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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
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Popular music -- Encyclopedias.