Source:London : Routledge,, United Kingdom , p.1 online resource (viii, 215 pages). (2020)
Mots-clés:(OCoLC)fst01099204, bisacsh, fast, History and criticism., MUSIC / General, Rock music, Rock music.
Includes bibliographical references and index.<P>Russell Reising: Introducton: "Just trying to do this jigsaw puzzle"</P><B><P>Part I: What can poor boys do, except to sing (and play and produce) in a rock 'n' roll band?</P></B><P>John Covach: Jimmy Miller, the Rolling Stones, and <EM>Beggars Banquet</EM></P><P>Steven Baur: 'And the drummer, he's so shattered': the percussive core of <I>Beggars Banquet</I></P><P>Akitsugu Kawamoto: 'And the bass player, he looks nervous': progressive elements in the bass lines of <I>Beggars Banquet</I></P><P>Jim LeBlanc: 'Too much is never enough': <EM>Beggars Banquet</EM> and the decline of Brian Jones</P><P>Stephen D. Christman: "Five strings, three notes, two fingers, one asshole": Keith Richards's use of open G tuning</P><P>James McGrath: Doctor, I'm damaged: medical and cultural mythologies of Nicky Hopkins and the Rolling Stones</P><P></P><B><P>Part II: "What's puzzling you is the nature of my game": some ideas</P></B><P>Ruth Tallman: Condemned to be free: the frightening uncertainty of a world without morality</P><P>Norma Coates: How can a smart chick like me listen to the Stones and not throw up? A speculative exploration of <I>Beggars Banquet</I> and misogyny</P><P>Brian Goodman, Woo Woooo: <EM>Beggars Banquet</EM>'s new aesthetic</P><P></P><P><STRONG>Part III: Some songs</STRONG></P><P>Kimberly Mack: Please allow me to introduce myself': autobiographical blues self-fashioning in 'Sympathy for the Devil'</P><P>Peter Mills: "Ghost at the banquet : the enigma of 'Child Of The Moon'"</P><P>Jacopo Conti: The 'old' and 'new' Rolling Stones in aural staging and chord changes of 'Street Fighting Man'</P><B><P>Part IV: The Rolling Stones, live if you want it</B></P><P>Steve Waksman: On the Road to Altamont: the Rolling Stones on Tour, 1969</P><P>Kimi Karki: 'I've been around for a long, long year': the spectacular evil in the Rolling Stones' live performance career<B></P></B>