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Think Rock

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THINK ROCK is the first Music title in the THINK series. It is designed for an introduction to rock music course for the non-music major at an economical price. Taking a chronological approach, it offers a basic introduction to the key eras, performers, and songs that shaped rock music. THINK ROCK is a full history, beginning with pre-rock styles and covering all styles ri ...more
Paperback, 326 pages
Published January 1st 2010 by Prentice Hall
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Pattie Crider
This was a textbook for my Rock & Roll history course. Great book, easy to read and touches not just on the history of music but individual performers and current events in that time period.

Only dislike is AC/DC didn't even rate a mention which is unacceptable.
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