Index
Abba 'Fernando' 204
Abu Lughod, Lila 227
Adorno, Theodor 3–4, 14, 36–7, 131–41, 155–7, 158
Adventures of Brisco County, Jr., The 62
Agawu, Kofi 4, 236
Ake, David 36
Allan, George 170
Allman, Duane 177
Allman Brothers Band, The 176
Alpert, Herb 35
Amin, Ash 134
Anderson, Ian 158, 159–71
Anderson, Jon 176
Anderson, Laurie 27
Angels, The 'My Boyfriend's Back' 188
Antokoletz, Elliott 26
Ardener, Edwin 228
Armstrong, Louis 37
Arnold, Matthew 224
Ashberry, John 58
Atkins, Juan 69, 83
Attridge, Derek 43
Austin, William 27
B52s, The 174
Bacharach, Burt 206–8
Backstreet Boys, The 132
Bad Company 'Can't Get Enough' 185
Baily, John 222
Baker, Anita 35
Baker, Roy Thomas 190
Bakhtin, Mikhail 23, 55
Baraka, Amiri 125
Barfield, Owen 8
Baring-Gould, Sabine 161
Barnard, Alan 227
Barr, Tim 71, 84
Barre, Martin 166
Barthes, Roland 224, 230
Barz, Christopher 229
Bateson, Gregory 5
Beatles, The 3, 11, 27, 42, 43, 171, 176, 177 'Because' 187 'From Me to You' 190 'I Want to Hold Your Hand' 188, 190 'Penny Lane' 183 'Please Please Me' 43–5 'Strawberry Fields Forever' 186
Beatnuts, The 150
Beavis and Butthead78, 92
Bechet, Sidney 36
Beck 154
Beethoven, Ludwig van 26
Belle and Sebastian 58
Benson, George 35
Bergeron, Katherine 5
Bernstein, Elmer 200
Berry, Chuck 41
Berryman, John 57

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