Popular Music

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Popular Music

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Items in the Popular Music Collection

Supper's Ready (live)
A 1972 live video of Genesis's 1972 song "Supper's Ready."

An excerpt from the beginning of Ch. 2 of Durrell Bowman's book about the music of British singer-songwriter Peter Gabriel, including his early years as the lead singer of Genesis.

The Spirit of Radio
The recording (with album cover) of Canadian progressive rock band Rush's 1980 song, "The Spirit of Radio," from its album Permanent Waves.

Tom Sawyer (remix)
Durrell Bowman's scholarly meta-remix of versions of Rush's 1981 song "Tom Sawyer" by six artists.

Robert's Fink's 1998 journal article about popular music studies, musicology, and classical music, including examples from Beck, Big Mama Thornton, and Elvis Presley.

Hound Dog
The studio recording of U.S. R&B singer Willie Mae "Big Mama" Thornton's 1952 version of Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller's song "Hound Dog."

Hound Dog
The studio recording of U.S. rock 'n' roll singer Elvis Presley's 1956 version of Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller's song "Hound Dog."

This is not a story my people tell - musical time and space according to Laurie Anderson
A 1989-90 journal article about the 1981-84 music of Laurie Anderson by U.S. musicologist Susan McClary. It also appeared in her 1991 book, Feminine Endings.

U.S. musicologist Robert Walser's 1995 journal article on Public Enemy's 1989 song "Fight the Power."

Fight the Power
The music video of U.S. rap group Public Enemy's 1989 song "Fight the Power."

High 5  - Rock the Catskills
The studio recording of U.S. singer-songwriter Beck's 1996 song "High 5 (Rock the Catskills)."

Chapter 2: “'Barenaked Death Metal Trip-Hopping on Industrial Strings,” by Durrell Bowman, in Rush and Philosophy: Heart and Mind United, edited by Jim Berti and Durrell Bowman.

Langue d'amour
The studio recording of U.S. performance artist Laurie Anderson's 1984 song "Langue d'amour."

O Superman
The music video of U.S. performance artist Laurie Anderson's 1981 song "O Superman."

Tom Sawyer
The music video of Canadian rock band Rush's 1981 song "Tom Sawyer."

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