Rock Music Styles: A History8th Edition
Rock Music Styles: A History takes students on a musical journey through the development of rock music from its origins to its most contemporary styles. Charlton uses in-depth summaries and descriptions paired with a historical background to help immerse students in different musical genres.
CHAPTER 1: Roots of Rock Music
CHAPTER 2: Urban Blues and Rhythm and Blues
CHAPTER 3: Gospel and Country Roots of Rock
CHAPTER 4: Early Rock and Roll
CHAPTER 5: Teen-Styled Rock Music
CHAPTER 6: Soul and Motown
CHAPTER 7: The British Invasion: The Beatles versus the Stones
CHAPTER 8: The British Invasion Continues and America Reacts
CHAPTER 9: Folk, Folk-Rock, and Singer/Songwriters
CHAPTER 10: Psychedelic Rock
CHAPTER 11: Country and Jazz-Styled Rock
CHAPTER 12: Hard Rock and Heavy Metal
CHAPTER 13: Progressive and Glitter Rock
CHAPTER 14: Ska and Reggae
CHAPTER 15: Punk Rock and New Wave
CHAPTER 16: Funk and Disco
CHAPTER 17: Hip-Hop and Rap
CHAPTER 18: Pop and Alternative Styles
CHAPTER 19: Alienated and Back to the Roots Rock
CHAPTER 20: Rock in the Nineteen Nineties
CHAPTER 21: Rock in the Early Two-Thousands
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