American Popular Music And Its Business

Author: the late Russell Sanjek
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780198021278
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This volume focuses on developments in the music business in the twentieth century, including vaudeville, music boxes, the relationship of Hollywood to the music business, the "fall and rise" of the record business in the 1930s, new ...

American Popular Music And Its Business

Author: Russell Sanjek
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
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This three-volume work tells the complete story of American popular songs, their authors, and the business they set in motion.

American Popular Music

Author: Rachel Rubin
Publisher: Univ of Massachusetts Press
ISBN: 9781558492684
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Designed as a broad introductory survey, and written by experts in the field, this book examines the rise of American music over the past hundred years -- the period in which that music came into its own and achieved unprecedented ...

In Praise Of Commercial Culture

Author: Tyler COWEN
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 0674029933
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113–114, and Russell Sanjek, American Popular Music and its Business: The
First Four Hundred Years, vol. 3, From 1900 to 1984 (New York: Oxford University
Press, 1988), p. 416. 69. On BMI and the new musical world, see Arnold Shaw,
The Rockin' 50s: The Decade that Transformed the Pop Music Scene (New York:
Da Capo, 1987), p. 8, Cantor, Wheelin' on Beale, pp. 52–53, and Ennis, The
Seventh Stream. On the campaign against BMI, see John Ryan, The Production
of ...

Recorded Music In American Life

Author: William Howland Kenney
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 019988014X
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2, 76–99. 93. Michael Chanan, Repeated Takes: A Short History of Recording
and Its Effects on Music (London: Verso, 1995), 15. Chapter Nine 1. George
Lipsitz, Class and Culture in Cold War America: “A Rainbow at Midnight” (N.Y.:
Praeger, 1981), 204. 2. Lipsitz, Class and Culture, 5–8. 3. James P. Kraft, Stage
to Studio: Musicians and the Sound Revolution, 1890–1950 (Baltimore: Johns
Hopkins University Press, 1996), 69–72. 4. American Popular Music and Its
Business: ...

Boogaloo

Author: Arthur Kempton
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ISBN: 9780472030873
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What that culture is all about, who owns it, and who gets paid--these are issues of moment in his epic narrative.

Perry Como

Author: Malcolm Macfarlane
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 1476600244
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Sanjek, American Popular Music and Its Business. 51. Downbeat, April 8, 1949.
52. Sanjek, American Popular Music and Its Business. 53. George Townsend,
writing on www.kokomo.ca. 54. Time, April 4, 1949. 55. A Perry Como Album. 56.
Whitburn, Billboard Pop Hits 1940–1954. Jo Stafford and Gordon MacRae's
version ran neck and neck with Como's for the chart honors. The other two were
recordings by Dinah Shore and Ilene Woods. 57. Downbeat, December 30, 1949.

America S Instrument

Author: Philip F. Gura
Publisher: UNC Press Books
ISBN: 9780807824849
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See, for example, Russell Sanjek, American Popular Music and Its Business: The
First Four Hundred Tears, vol. 2, From 1 790 to 1909 (New York: Oxford
University Press, 1988), 1—125; Gerald Boardman, American Musical Theater (
New York: Oxford University Press, 1978); Robert C. Toll, On with the Show: The
First Century of Show Business in America (New York: Oxford University Press,
1976); Nicholas Tawa, Sweet Songs for Gentle Americans: The Parlor Song in
America, ...