The Beatles, Popular Music and Society

The Beatles, Popular Music and Society

A Thousand Voices

Book - 2000
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The Beatles' evolution from a Liverpool rock and roll group into one of the 20th century's defining images has been repeatedly chronicled but rarely analyzed; a critical appreciation of their music and career, and the issues and debates they provoked, is long overdue. This book provides the first sustained investigation of some of the many historical, cultural, musical, and sociological facets of the group's career. Written by an international group of scholars, it is essential for those wishing to understand not only the phenomenon of the Beatles, but the broader social contexts which popular music continues to be practiced and studied.


Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, c2000
ISBN: 9780312222352
0312222351
9780312222369
031222236X
9780333732052
0333732057
9780333761564
0333761561
Characteristics: xxii, 211 p. : ill., music ; 23 cm
Additional Contributors: Inglis, Ian 1948-

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