Notes from Underground: Rock Music Counterculture in Russia

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Index
Accommodation through co-opta- tion, policy of, 77
Adorno, Theodor, 259-260
Akhmadulina, Bella, 105
Akvarium (Aquarium), 23, 27, 29, 112, 201, 287
Alexander, Jeffrey, 2
Alexei (punk rocker), 181-182
Alienation (otchuzhdenie), 148
from conventional politics, 58-70, 148, 221
of music from its producers, 247-253
Alisa, 27, 106
Althusser, Louis, 178
Anarchic capitalism, xv, 263
Andrei (guitarist), 93-94, 272
Andrei (independent rock producer), 250-251
Andrei (underground rock pro- ducer), 54, 122, 123, 126-127, 197-203, 208, 238-239, 241, 247, 265-268, 271-272, 274, 276, 278-281, 298, 315-316
Antisovetchik (anti-Soviet), 72, 101, 102
Antonio, Robert, 325
Art
authentic and inauthentic, 92, 103, 130, 260
as politics, 100
purpose of, 102-103
rock music as, 98-102
Tolstoy's definition of, 102-103
Artem (rock critic), 276
Artistic autonomy, 261, 270, 271, 272, 279, 310, 315
Ashes (Pepel), 24
Authentic democracy, 325
Authentic identity, 143-148
Authenticity, 91-92
and capitalism, 311
of culture, 91
ideal of, 133
vocabulary of, 130-133
Authentic pop, 128
Authentic rock, 91-92, 126, 128, 259
Authentic vocations, 120
Avia, 106
Bakhtin, Mikhail, 189
Beatles, 21, 43, 50, 59, 71, 73, 122, 275, 276, 277, 289
Beckett, Samuel, 17
Bellah, Robert, 190
Berger, Peter, 370n.2
Berlin, 70, 302-305
Berlin-Petersburg White Nights Rock Music Festival, 302-305
Bernstein, Basil, 186
B-52s, 98
Bichevskaia, Zhanna, 31
Birthday, The (album), 200
Black, Donald, 371n.8
Black market, 48-49, 121
Blatnaia muzyka (criminal music), 74, 296
Bloom, Allan, 13
Body adornment, 180-183, 339 society and, 180-183
Bolan, Marc, 42
Bolshevik Revolution, 5, 190
Bootleg recordings (budleg), 274
Boris (poet-bard). See also Greben-shchikov, Boris
Brecht, Bertolt, 91-92, 302

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