Highway 61 Revisited: The Tangled Roots of American Jazz, Blues, and Country Music

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Index
Abrams, Muhal Richard, 279, 285
Abstract Expressionism, 131, 182
Ace, Johnny, 97
“Across the Great Divide,” 210
Across the Great Divide (Hoskyn), 212
Adderley, Cannonball, 73
Adderley, Nat, 176, 294
“Adolf Hitler and the MCA,” 129
Agee, James, 208, 210
Aguilera, Christina, 114
AkLaff, Pheeroan, 282
“Alabama,” 258
Alfie, 61
“All Along the Watchtower,” 167, 169
“All Rise,” 37
All the Things You Are, 61
Allen, Eddie, 279
Allen, Geri, 36, 76, 266
Allen, O.K., 23
Allen, Red, 45
Allen, Steve, 67
Allman Brothers, 211
Almanac singers, 24–25
Altman, Robert, 237
Always on My Mind, 123
Amandla, 79
America Revised (Fitz Gerald), 297
American Bandstand, 101, 179
American Beauty, 202
American Record Company, 109
Ammons, Gene, 252
Anderson, Eric, 171
Angel Band, 189
Animals, 168, 172
Anna Karenina (Tolstoy), 64
“Another Saturday Night,” 96
Another Side of Bob Dylan, 154
Anthem of the Sun, 200
Anthology of American Folk Music (Smith), 107–8, 112–13, 118, 160, 197, 205–6
Aoxomoxoa, 201
Apollo Theater, 94, 97, 132
“Aquarius,” 34
“Aries,” 34
Armstrong, Louis, 17, 27; career of, 51–52, 54, 64, 76, 98; early life of, 9–11; music/talents of, 7–9, 11–16, 104, 106, 107, 109;
Aron, Evelyn, 101
Arts and Crafts, 289
As Wave Follows Wave, 289
Ascenseur pour L' Echafaud, 70
Asch, Moe, 17, 22–24, 34
“Ashes,” 286
Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians, 285
“A-Tisket, A-Tasket,” 276
Atlantic, 102, 121, 127, 139, 143, 145–16, 158–59, 182–83
Austin, Phil, 217
Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me, 123
Autry, Gene, 54, 121
Avakian, George, 71
Avalon, Frankie, 155
Axton, Estelle, 146
Ayler, Albert, 53
Baby Face, 85
“Baby Let Me Follow You Down,” 214
“Back Door Man,” 176
Back Where I Come From, 25
Baez, Joan, 29, 156–58, 164
Baker, Chet, 64–67
Baker, Duck, 108
Baker, Ginger, 42–43
Baker, Josephine, 70
Baldwin, James, 70
The Band, 109, 158, 166
Bangs, Lester, 124
Baraka, Amiri, 258
Baron, Joey, 39
Barron, Kenny, 276
The Basement Tapes, 166, 205
Basic, 117
Basic, Count, 33, 52
Bauza, Mario, 261
The Bear Comes Home (Zabor), 258
Beat Generation, 112, 131
Beatles, 83, 84, 115, 128, 144, 160
Beats, 40, 71, 87, 133, 182
Bebop, 13–14, 22, 74, 131; African Americans and, 55–56, 74;drugs and, 56–59; harmonic sense in, 71; innovators of, 35, 37; jam sessions, 25; musicians, 39–10, 43–15, 81; sound, 55, 64
Bechet, Sidney, 10, 70, 244
Beck, Jeff, 149, 181 Been Down So Long It Looks Like Up to Me (Hadju), 165
Before the Flood, 210–11
Beiderbecke, Bix, 10, 64, 111, 136, 244
Belafonte, Harry, 41, 59, 155
Belden, Bob, 85
Belew, Adrian, 294
Bell, William, 186
Belly of the Sun, 275
“Belmondo's Lip,” 262
Benigni, Roberto, 237
Benjamin, Benny, 142
Berberian, Cathy, 41

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Table of contents

  • Highway 61 Revisited - The Tangled Roots of American Jazz, Blues, Rock, & Country Music iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction 1
  • Part I: Avatars 5
  • 1: Louis Armstrong 7
  • 2: Woody Guthrie 17
  • Part II: The Postwar Jazz Era 31
  • 3: Mary Lou Williams 33
  • 4: Max Roach 37
  • 5: Sonny Rollins 49
  • 6: Chet Baker 64
  • 7: Miles Davis 68
  • 8: Herbie Hancock 80
  • Part III: Rebirth of the Blues 91
  • 9: The Gospel Highway 93
  • 10: Chess Records 99
  • 11: The Folk Revival 104
  • 12: Willie Nelson 119
  • 13: Lenny Bruce 124
  • 14: Sweet Soul Music 135
  • Part IV: In the Garage 151
  • 15: Bob Dylan 153
  • 16: Electric Blues Revival 171
  • 17: Buffalo Springfield 179
  • 18: Gram Parsons and Emmylou Harris 185
  • 19: The Grateful Dead 193
  • 20: The Band 204
  • 21: The Firesign Theatre 216
  • 22: Bruce Springsteen 223
  • 23: Tom Waits 235
  • Part V: Possible Futures 241
  • 24: Ken Burns, the Academy, and Jazz 243
  • 25: The Politics of Music Don Byron and Dave Douglas 257
  • 26: Cassandra Wilson 265
  • 27: Marty Ehrlich 278
  • 28: New Jazz Fusions 283
  • 29: Ani Difranco 297
  • Index 302
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