Heavy Metal: The Music and Its Culture



Heavy Metal: The Music and Its Culture
Publisher: Da Capo Press | ISBN: 0306809702 | edition 2000 | File type: PDF | 181 pages | 18,64 mb

The heavy metal genre erupted in the early 1970s from the wider cultural complex of rock music, which, in turn, had grown out of the rock and roll of the 1950s.' Rock and roll and rock are far too broad to be considered genres themselves; they must be categorized as formations within the field of musical culture that include varieties of genres and less crystallized sub form. Neither rock and roll nor rock has a standard definition. Each is a bricolage that can only be defined or totalized from one of its aspects. Each aspect will have its own history or genealogy of its origins, which makessense of what it is
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