Table of contents for The rock history reader / [edited by] Theo Cateforis.

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Preface TK
Acknowledgments TK
The 1950s	
1.	Chuck Berry: In His Own Words	
2.	R&B: A Danger to the Music Business?	Abel Green	
3.	Elvis Presley and ¿The Craze¿	John Crosby	
4.	¿Elvis Defends Low-Down Style¿	Kays Gary	
5.	¿Experts Propose Study of ¿Craze¿¿	Milton Bracker	
6.	The Rock ¿n¿ Roll Audience: ¿But Papa, It¿s My Music, I Like It¿	
Jeff Greenfield	
7.	Leiber & Stoller	Ted Fox	
8.	The History of Chicano Rock	Rubén Guevara	
The 1960s	
9.	Phil Spector and The Wall of Sound	Ronnie Spector	
10.	The Beatles, Press Conference, 1964	
11.	¿Beatlemania Frightens Child Expert¿	Dr. Bernard Saibel	
12.	George Martin: On the Beatles	
13.	¿Understanding Dylan¿	Paul Williams	
14.	Motown and the Sound of Crossover	Jon Landau	
15.	¿An Interview with Wilson Pickett¿	Jim Delehant	
16.	James Brown: Soul Brother No. 1	Fred Wesley, Jr.	
17.	¿Goodbye Surfing Hello God!¿The Religious Conversion of Brian Wilson¿	
Jules Siegel	
18.	Rock and the Counterculture	Chester Anderson	
19.	¿The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test¿	Tom Wolfe	
20.	¿The Country Boom¿ 	Barret Hansen		
21.	Woodstock Nation	Joan and Robert K. Morrison 	
The 1970s		
22.	James Taylor, Singer-Songwriter		Burt Korall	
23.	¿Cock Rock: Men Always Seem to End Up On Top¿	
24.	The Art of the Hard Rock Lifestyle	David Lee Roth	
25.	¿How to Be a Rock Critic¿	Lester Bangs	
26.	¿Reggae: The Steady Rock of Black Jamaica¿	Andrew Kopkind	
27.	¿Roots and Rock: The Marley Enigma¿	Linton Kwesi Johnson		
28.	Dub and the Sound of Surprise	Richard Williams	
29.	Art Rock	John Rockwell		
30.	¿Why Don¿t We Call It Punk?¿	Legs McNeil and Gillian McCain	
31.	The Subculture of British Punk	Dick Hebdige	
32.	Disco: Four Critics Address the Musical Question	
33.	¿The Confessions of a Gay Rocker¿	Adam Block	
The 1980s	
34.	Punk Goes Hardcore	Jack Rabid 	
35.	College Rock: ¿Left of the Dial¿		Gina Arnold 	
36.	¿Roll Over Guitar Heroes; Synthesizers Are Here¿	Jon Young	
37.	¿The MTV Aesthetic¿	Richard Gehr		
38.	Post-Punk¿s ¿Radical Dance Fictions¿	Simon Reynolds	
39.	¿Molly Hatchet: Celebrity Rate A Record¿	
40.	¿The Cult of Violence¿	Tipper Gore	
41.	Heavy Metal and The Highbrow/Lowbrow Divide	Robert Walser		
42.	¿The Real Thing ¿ Bruce Springsteen¿	Simon Frith	
43.	Hip Hop Nation	Greg Tate	
44.	¿Madonna ¿ Finally, A Real Feminist¿	Camille Paglia	
45.	¿Can Madonna Justify Madonna?¿	Barbara Grizzuti Harrison	
The 1990s	
46.	Is As Nasty As They Wanna Be Obscene?	 Judge Jose Gonzalez and Kathleen Sullivan	
47.	¿Public Enemy¿s Bomb Squad¿	Tom Moon	
48.	¿The Death of Sampling?¿	Mark Kemp	
49.	¿Kurt Cobain and the Politics of Damage	¿ 	Sarah Ferguson	
50.	¿The Problem with Music¿	Steve Albini	
51.	¿Feminism Amplified¿	Kim France	
52.	¿Rock Aesthetics and Musics of the World¿	Motti Regev	
53.	Fat Boy Slim Explains Electronic Dance Music	Michael Gelfand	
54.	Nü Metal and Woodstock ¿99	Barry Walters		
55.	Indie Pop Goes Twee	Joey Sweeney		
The 2000s	
56.	¿My Week on the Avril Lavigne E-Team¿	Chris Dahlen	
57.	¿Punk¿s Earnest New Mission¿	Michael Azerrad	
58.	¿Rip. Burn. Die.¿¿The Music Industry Sings The Blues	
David Sheff and Rob Tannenbaum	
59.	¿The Rap Against Rockism¿	Kelefa Sanneh		

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Rock music -- History and criticism.