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by Martin Halliwell,Paul Hegarty

eBook Beyond and Before: Progressive Rock since the 1960s download ISBN: 0826423329
Author: Martin Halliwell,Paul Hegarty
Publisher: Continuum (June 23, 2011)
Language: English
Pages: 328
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Beyond and Before: Progressive Rock Since the 1960's. Paul Hegarty, Martin Halliwell.

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Beyond and Before provides a genuinely superb exploration of the amphibious identity of post-60s rock. This is a great book. Benjamin A. Vierling, ww. vierling. Hegarty and Halliwell have rescued progressive rock from the condescension of history by crafting a work that is smart, sympathetic, and impressively sweeping in its coverage of a much derided, yet enormously diverse and influential transnational music.

Paul Hegarty, Martin Halliwell. Bloomsbury Publishing USA, 2. Paul Hegarty teaches Philosophy and Visual Culture at University College Cork, in Ireland. He is the author of Noise/Music (Continuum, 2007). A brilliant new survey and intelligent exploration of progressive rock, from its origins through to contemporary artists. Nicely illustrated, it includes rare photos of artists like Kate Bush and Genesis. He jointly runs the experimental record label dotdotdotmusic, and performs in the noise bands Safe and La Société des Amis du Crime. Martin Halliwell is Professor of American Studies at the University of Leicester, UK.

Beyond and Before book. A brilliant new survey and intelligent exploration of progressive. Written with detail and exposing some of the magic that makes rock more progressive than ever.

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Hegarty, Paul; Halliwell, Martin (2011), Beyond and Before: Progressive Rock Since the 1960s, New York: The Continuum International Publishing Group, ISBN 978-0-8264-2332-0. Holm-Hudson, Kevin, ed. (2013). Progressive Rock Reconsidered. ISBN 978-1-135-71022-4. Macan, Edward (1997). Rocking the Classics: English Progressive Rock and the Counterculture. Oxford University Press.

Progressive Rock since the 1960s. Simon Reynolds, author of Retromania: Pop Cultures

Progressive Rock since the 1960s. Simon Reynolds, author of Retromania: Pop Cultures. Hegarty and Halliwell have rescued progressive rock from the condescension of history by crafting awork that is smart, sympathetic, and impressively sweeping in its coverage of a much derided, yet enormously diverse and influential transnational music.

According to musicologists Paul Hegarty and Martin Halliwell, Bill Martin and Edward Macan authored major books about prog rock while "effectively accept the characterization of progressive rock offered by its critics. they each do so largely unconsciously

According to musicologists Paul Hegarty and Martin Halliwell, Bill Martin and Edward Macan authored major books about prog rock while "effectively accept the characterization of progressive rock offered by its critics. they each do so largely unconsciously. Academic John S. Cotner contests Macan's view that progressive rock cannot exist without the continuous and overt assimilation of classical music.

Martin Halliwell, Paul Hegarty.

A brilliant new survey and intelligent exploration of progressive rock, from its origins through to contemporary artists. Nicely illustrated, it includes rare photos of artists like Kate Bush and Genesis.
Comments: (2)
Agamaginn
Prog-rock is all about the music - not the lyrics, and not some wild philsophy. Unfortunately, the book seems to wander about the least-important subjects of the genre. You don't get any interviews or facts, just academic tidbits and thoughts on semantic ramblings that are of no interest to a true progger. I bought this and really couldn't finish it - I got that bored. A real shame.
I've read most of the books about progressive rock published so far, except Bill Martin's, but it seems that this one has missed the point: how progressive rock managed to mix the world of rock with the world of classical music and serious music.
MOQ
I enjoy the book, although sometimes it gets boring. It's an essay, not a kind of encyclopedia, so don't expect wide coverage of the genre. Recommended.