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📒Sex Drugs Rock Roll And Musicals ✍ Scott Miller
✏Sex Drugs Rock Roll and Musicals Book Summary : An endlessly entertaining and informative look at how musicals have both reflected and adapted to America s changing mores"
📒Sex Drugs Rock N Roll ✍ Sarah Lefanu
✏Sex Drugs Rock n roll Book Summary : Reflecting ironically on the heady days of optimism and innocence of the sixties, the tough, energetic, apocalyptic stories gathered here look the end of the century in the eye--and smile. Contributors include Laurie Colwin, Joyce Carol Oates, Nicholas Royle, and many others.
📒Sex Drugs Rock Roll ✍ Eric Bogosian
✏Sex Drugs Rock Roll Book Summary : Comic monologues Characters: 1 male Bare stage This non-stop tour through some oddball minds by the author of Talk Radio and Drinking in America enjoyed a lengthy run Off-Broadway. Originally performed as a one man show, the hilarious, riveting and often disturbing monologues can be presented by several actors or actresses. "With this brilliant show, his funniest and scariest yet, Mr. Bogosian has crossed the line that separates an exciting artist from a culture hero.... I know of no one else like him in pop culture right now. He knows which way the wind is blowing, and in Sex, Drugs, Rock & Roll, these icy currents smack you right in the face."- The New York Times "Clever and often devastating.... Spiky, stinging, caustic without cauterizing ... and funny."- New York Magazine "Terrific."- Associated Press "Continuously funny."- The New Yorker
📒Rock In The Musical Theatre ✍ Joseph Church
✏Rock in the Musical Theatre Book Summary : Today's musical theatre world rocks. Now that rock 'n' roll music and its offshoots, including pop, hard rock, rap, r&b, funk, folk, and world-pop music, are the standard language of musical theatre, theatre singers need a source of information on these styles, their origins, and their performance practices. Rock in the Musical Theatre: A Guide for Singers fills this need. Today's musical theatre training programs are now including rock music in their coursework and rock songs and musicals in their repertoires. This is a text for those trainees, courses, and productions. It will also be of great value to working professionals, teachers, music directors, and coaches less familiar with rock styles, or who want to improve their rock-related skills. The author, an experienced music director, vocal coach, and university professor, and an acknowledged expert on rock music in the theatre, examines the many aspects of performing rock music in the theatre and offers practical advice through a combination of aesthetic and theoretical study, extensive discussions of musical, vocal, and acting techniques, and chronicles of coaching sessions. The book also includes advice from working actors, casting directors, and music directors who specialize in rock music for the stage.
📒The Secret History Of Rock N Roll ✍ Christopher Knowles
✏The Secret History of Rock n Roll Book Summary : Sex. Drugs. Loud music. Wild costumes. Dazzling light shows. These words can all describe a great rock concert or a hot dance club, but they were also part and parcel of the ancient cultural phenomenon known as the “Mystery religions.” In this book, author Christopher Knowles shows how the Mystery religions got a secular reincarnation when a new musical form called rock 'n' roll burst onto the scene. The Secret History of Rock 'n' Roll traces the history of the Mysteries — their rise, their fall, and their survival through long centuries of repression. Knowles shows how the Mysteries prefigured subcultures as diverse as Santeria, Freemasonry, Mardi Gras and even the Holiness churches of the American frontier, and explains exactly how ancient rituals and music found their way to the New World. In the process, The Secret History of Rock 'n' Roll traces the development of rock's most popular genres such as punk and heavy metal, and reveals how many of rock's most iconic artists play the same archetypal roles as the ancient gods. You'll see how many of the rituals and customs and even musical styles of our postmodern society have stunning ancient parallels. You'll meet history's first pop
📒Sex Drugs And Rock N Roll In The Dutch Golden Age ✍ Benjamin B. Roberts
✏Sex Drugs and Rock n Roll in the Dutch Golden Age Book Summary : Sex, Drugs and Rock 'n' Roll in the Dutch Golden Age focuses on the generation of rich young men that grew up in the seventeenth century in the Dutch Republic. These men had more money to spend on clothes, music, and recreation than the generation before them. This fascinating account of male adolescence in the Dutch Golden Age reveals how young men including Rembrandt van Rijn disregarded conservative values and rebelled against the older generation, and consequently created a new youth culture that was similar to the one of the 1960s. They had long hair, wore colorful and extravagant clothing, and started taking drugs. Theirs was the first generation in European history to smoke tobacco. Moreover, they defied conventional norms and values with their promiscuity and by singing lewd songs in their free time. With his engaging storytelling-style filled with humorous anecdotes, Roberts convincingly shows how deviant male youth behavior is a feature of all ages, especially in periods when youngsters have too much free time and money.
📒Sex Drugs Rock N Roll ✍ Zoe Cormier
✏Sex Drugs Rock n Roll Book Summary : How can wordless collections of sounds send shivers down our spines and tickle ancient parts of our brains we share with reptiles? How did a chemist's quest to create a drug to ease the pain of childbirth result in the creation of LSD? Why do goats partake in oral sex, and how can a horse (or even a table) make us weak in the knees? And how on earth could the revered 'father of anatomy' not know where the clitoris was? From tortoiseshell condoms to superstar athletes on hallucinogens, these burning questions are explored and dissected, mixed with insights from some of the world's bravest, cleverest and downright weirdest scientist experimenting on the edge - and themselves. It's a sharp shocker, an eye opener, asking the big questions about what it means to be human, about consciousness and happiness. It'll pull you in and gross out. Exuberantly curious and shamelessly exuberant, Guerilla Science's Zoe Cormier reinvents popular science for a new generation by breaking all the rules. Let's rock.
📒Sex Drugs Ratt Roll ✍ Stephen Pearcy
✏Sex Drugs Ratt Roll Book Summary : A tell-all memoir from the lead singer of the 1980s hair-metal band Ratt reveals all the aspects of rock star excess, including the groupies, the trashed hotel rooms, and the drugs.
📒Hollywood Musicals Year By Year ✍ Stanley Green
✏Hollywood Musicals Year by Year Book Summary : A chronologically arranged reference book on the Hollywood musical, with each entry including pertinent facts about a film and a brief essay about the plot and production. Includes hundreds of black & white stills.
📒Sex Drugs And Rock N Roll ✍ Robert C. Cottrell
✏Sex Drugs and Rock n Roll Book Summary : Sex, Drugs, and Rock ‘n Roll: The American Counterculture of the 1960s offers a unique examination of the cultural flowering that enveloped the United States during that early postwar decade. Robert C. Cottrell provides an enthralling view of the counterculture, beginning with an examination of American bohemia, the Lyrical Left of the pre-WWII era, and the hipsters. He delves into the Beats, before analyzing the counterculture that emerged on both the East and West coasts, but soon cropped up in the American heartland as well. Cottrell delivers something of a collective biography, through an exploration of the antics of seminal countercultural figures Allen Ginsberg, Jack Kerouac, Timothy Leary, and Ken Kesey. Cottrell also presents fascinating chapters covering “the magic elixir of sex,” rock ‘n roll, the underground press, Haight-Ashbury, the literature that garnered the attention of many in the counterculture, Monterey Pop, the Summer of Love, the Death of Hippie, the March on the Pentagon, communes, Yippies, Weatherman, Woodstock, the Manson family, the women’s movement, and the decade’s legacies.