Hot stuff : : disco and the remaking of American culture

Title Hot stuff : : disco and the remaking of American culture
Names Echols, Alice.
Length 11 hours, 50 minutes
Book Number DB113558
Title Status Active
Narrator Wilhelm, Eva.
Language English
Annotation "In the 1970s, as the disco tsunami engulfed America, the question, Do you wanna dance? became divisive, even explosive. What about this music made it such hot stuff? In her incisive history, Alice Echols reveals the ways in which disco transformed popular music, propelling it into new sonic territory and influencing rap, techno, and trance. This account probes the complex relationship between disco and the era's major movements: gay liberation, feminism, and the black freedom struggle. You won't say "disco sucks" again as disco pumps back to life in this pulsating look at the culture and politics that gave rise to the music." -- Provided by publisher. -- Strong language.
Medium Digital Books
Audience Notes Female narrator. NLS/BPH
Contains strong language. NLS/BPH
Local Subject Nonfiction
Gay Interest - GAY
Music & Musicians - 780
Social sciences - 300
Women's Interest - WOM
Music - General principles & forms - 781
Black Interest - BLKIN
African American interest - AFAI
GLBTQ Interest - GLBTQ
LC Subject Disco music - United States - History and criticism
Music - Social aspects
Popular culture - United States - History - 20th century
Call Number 781.64 ANF
Released 2023
Publication Info Washington, D.C. : National Library Service for the Blind and Print Disabled, Library of Congress, 2023 (Potomac Talking Books, Inc., recording studio)
Original Publication Recorded from: New York, New York : W.W. Norton & Company, 2010. 9780393077018
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