ALL SHOOK UP GLENN ALTSCHULER PDF
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ALL SHOOK UP: How Rock ‘n’ Roll Changed America. Glenn C. Altschuler, Author. Oxford Univ. $26 (p) ISBN As Glenn Altschuler reveals in All Shook Up, the rise of rock ‘n roll–and the outraged reception to it–in fact can tell us a lot about the values of the United States. As Glenn Altschuler reveals in All Shook Up, the rise of rock ‘n roll–and the Altschuler shows, in particular, how rock’s “switchblade beat” opened up wide.
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All Shook Up
Richard Aquila; Glenn C. Pivotal Moments in American History. The music reflected—and sometimes shaped—everyday life shooo the s and early s, including attitudes toward youth, race, ethnicity, gender, and class.
Altschuler surveys the birth and growth of rock and roll, concentrating on the years from to Most users should sign in with their email address.
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All Shook Up: How Rock ‘n’ Roll Changed America by Glenn C. Altschuler
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