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An Anecdotal History Synopsis Includes bibliographical references p. Altschuler vividly demonstrates that Rock 'n' Roll--as music, lyric, and gesture--provides the guide, the Ariadne's thread, through the labyrinth of social, cultural, generational, and sexual upheaval that was post-World War Glenn altschuler all shook up the musical America.

Rock 'n roll seemed to be everywhere during the decade, exhilarating, influential, and an outrage to those Americans topher grace dating 2018 on wishing away all forms of dissent and conflict.

Elvis freely credited blacks with originating the music he sang and some of the great early rockers were African American, most notably, Little Richard and Chuck Berry.

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This book is an overview of the business, politics, race relations, and generational relations stemming from rock and roll. Also offers insightinto the often complicated racial and legal issues surrounding rock 'n' roll inthe s.

Altschuler surpasses the admittedly sparsely populated field in the nuanced way he places the music within the conflicts--racial, sexual, commercial, and political--that it variously helped to encourage, exacerbate, and occasionally ameliorate.

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 in the s, a decade that saw a great struggle for the control of popular culture.

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Published by Oxford University Press. An Anecdotal History Share: America in TV Guide. As vibrant as the music itself, All Shook Up reveals how rock 'n roll challenged and changed American culture and laid the foundation for the social upheaval of the sixties.

Glenn Altschuler manages to weave the stories of musicians and record producers, cultural critics and legislators, psychologists and sociologists, businessmen and teenaged consumers into a lively, astute narrative of cultural change. Put on those old 45s and curl up for an enlightening and eminentlyreadable story.

Altschuler shows, in particular, how rock's "switchblade beat" opened up wide fissures in American society along the fault-lines of family, sexuality, and race.

It looks at rocks early years through the "day the music died".

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This quote is a good example of how Altschuler writes the story. The older generation was not ready for change, and because of that, they created excuses against rock and roll.

America in TV Guide. Altschuler Pivotal Moments in American History Reviews and Awards "One of the first to do rock-and-roll the significant service of locating it within the cultural and political maelstrom it helped to create.

Book All shook up : how rock 'n roll changed America Glenn C. Altschuler.

Altschuler shows, in particular, how rock's "switchblade beat" opened up wide fissures in American society along the fault-lines of family, sexuality, and race. Elvis freely credited blacks with originating the music he sang and some of the great early rockers were African American, most notably, Little Richard and Chuck Berry.

He is not a flashy writer, but so much the better for his storytelling, which shows intelligence and narrative discipline An Anecdotal History "A soulful, scholarly, and thoroughly fascinating examination of the transforming power of rock and roll in American culture.

As vibrant as the music itself, All Shook Up reveals how rock 'n roll challenged and changed American culture and laid the foundation for the social upheaval of the sixties. Altschuler vividly demonstrates that Rock 'n' Roll--as music, lyric, and gesture--provides the guide, the Ariadne's thread, through the labyrinth of social, cultural, generational, and sexual upheaval that was post-World War II America.

In addition, rock celebrated romance and sex, rattled the reticent by pushing sexuality into the public arena, and mocked deferred gratification and the obsession with work of men in gray flannel suits.

Rock 'n roll seemed to be everywhere during the decade, exhilarating, influential, and an outrage to those Americans intent on wishing away all forms of dissent and conflict.

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 in the In addition, rock celebrated romance and sex, rattled the reticent by pushing sexuality into the public arena, and mocked deferred gratification and the obsession with work of men in gray flannel suits.

For instance, the birth of rock coincided with the Civil Rights movement and brought "race music" into many white homes for the first time. Altschuler surpasses the admittedly sparsely populated field in the nuanced way he places the music within the conflicts--racial, sexual, commercial, and political--that it variously helped to encourage, exacerbate, and occasionally ameliorate.

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Also offers insight into the often complicated racial and legal issues surrounding rock 'n' roll in the s.

When Altschuler writes, "Many Americans believed that Rock N Roll was an irritant that provoked conflict between parents and teenagers and increased antisocial behavior" 99it is saying that many people of the older generations thought Rock N Roll caused many problems.

This book follows the decade of the 50's, in which the genre of Rock and Roll was invented. For instance, the birth of rock coincided with the Civil Rights movement and brought "race music" into many white homes for the first time.

This PhD is such an enthusiastic fan, my '50sgeneration awards him our ultimate accolade: Altschuler surpasses the admittedly sparsely populated field in the nuanced wayhe places the music within the conflicts--racial, sexual, commercial, and political--that it variously helped to encourage, exacerbate, and occasionally ameliorate.

Elvis freely credited blacks with originating the music he sang and some of the great early rockers were African American, most notably, Little Richard and Chuck Berry.

For instance, the birth of rock coincided with the Civil Rights movement and brought "race music" into many white homes for the first time. This book is very different from other things I have read, but I would definitely read something else like this again.

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And it delighted in the separate world of the teenager and deepened the divide between the generations, helping teenagers differentiate themselves from others. Altschuler shows, in particular, how rock's "switchblade beat" opened up wide fissures in American society along the fault-lines of family, sexuality, and race.

In addition, rock celebrated romance and sex, rattled the reticent by pushing sexuality into the public arena, and mocked deferred gratification and the obsession with work of men in gray flannel suits.

Rock 'n roll seemed to be everywhere during the decade, exhilarating, influential, and an outrage to those Americans intent on wishing away all forms of dissent and conflict.

He is the author of several books on American history and popular culture, including Changing Channels: