Related Resources in Hickman Media Center:
Greil Marcuss chapter on Johnson in Mystery Train, available in the LARC
LA 781.66 MAR
Marcus, Greil. Mystery train : images of America in rock'n'roll
music. 3rd rev. ed. New York : Dutton, 1990. "Notes and
discographies" : p. 179264. Focuses on six artists and the
relationships of rock'n'roll and American culture.
Southern, Eileen. The music of black Americans : a history.
[1st ed.]. New York, : W. W. Norton, .
Oliver, Paul, 1927-. The story of the blues. Philadelphia, :
Chilton Book Co., .
Lomax, Alan, 1915-. The land where the blues began. 1st ed.
New York : Pantheon, c1993. Chronicles the growth of the
blues in the Mississippi Delta Region and offers insight
into its importance in African-American culture.
Sidran, Ben. Black talk. [1st ed.]. New York, : Holt, Rinehart
and Winston, .
REF 780 STO
The story of music. Danbury, Conn. : Grolier Educational, 2001.
v. 1. Classical music from earliest times -- v. 2. Classical
music, Romantic to modern -- v. 3. Music from around the
world -- v. 4. Folk, country, and Cajun music -- v. 5.
Gospel, blues, and jazz -- v. 6. From rock and pop to
hip-hop -- v. 7. Music of stage and screen -- v. 8. The
music profession -- v. 9. Musical instruments and technology
-- v. 10. The voice and song.
REF 780.16 TUD
Tudor, Dean. Popular music, an annotated guide to recordings.
Littleton, Colo. : Libraries Unlimited, 1983. Contains an
annotated bibliography which can be used to build a record
collection, trace the background of musical interactions or
gain an overview of the popular music field.
REF 780.3 SCH
Scholes, Percy Alfred, 1877-1958. The Oxford companion to
music,. 10th ed. rev. and reset. London, New York, :
Oxford University Press, 1970.
REF 781.643 HAR
Harrison, David. The world of blues. London : Studio Editions,
REF 784.5 MAR
The Marshall Cavendish illustrated history of popular music.
Reference ed. New York : M. Cavendish, 1989.