Rock Music Studies

Rock Music Studies, Volume 1, Issue 1 (2014)
Introduction: Trouble Comin’ Every Day (Gary Burns)
Article: Dispatches from the Front: The Life and Writings of Ralph J. Gleason (Don Armstrong & Jessica Armstrong)
Article: Just So Stories: How Heavy Metal Got Its Name - A Cautionary Tale (Deena Weinstein)
Article: Eulogy for Lou (Steve Hamelman)
Article: The Form is the Message: Bob Dylan and the 1960s (Brian Lloyd)
Digging: "I’m a singer in a band who came out of high school and lucked on to this thing": An Interview with Mark Volman (Thomas M. Kitts)
Book Review: The Album: A Guide to Pop Music’s Most Provocative, Influential, and Important Creations (Dean Biron)
Book Review: Vinyl: A History of the Analogue Record (Carey Fleiner)
Book Review: Before Elvis: The Prehistory of Rock ‘n’ Roll (B. Lee Cooper)
Book Review: Playing for Change: Music and Musicians in the Service of Social Movements (Chris Ealham)
Book Review: Singer-Songwriters and Musical Open Mics (Robert McParland)
Audio Review: Midnight at the Barrelhouse: The Johnny Otis Story - Volume One, 1945-1957; On with the Show: The Johnny Otis Story - Volume Two, 1957-1974; Rocks (B. Lee Cooper)

Rock Music Studies, Volume 1, Issue 2 (2014)
Article: Jack White and the Music of the Past, Present, and Future (Nicholas Johnson)
Article: From "Help!" to "Helping out a Friend": Imagining South Asia through the Beatles and the Concert for Bangladesh (Samantha Christiansen)
Article: The Participation of Flaco Jiménez on Ry Cooder’s Chicken Skin Music: Cross-Cultural Collaboration and the (Inter)national Discovery of Texas-Mexican Accordion Music (Erin E. Bauer)
Digging: "We all lived in Boston. We made a demo tape and most of those songs ended up on the first Cars album": An Interview with Greg Hawkes of the Cars (Lawrence Pitilli)
Book Review: Gender, Branding, and the Modern Music Industry (Thomas M. Kitts)
Book Review: Writing the Record: The Village Voice and the Birth of Rock Criticism (Deena Weinstein)
Book Review: The Melody Man: Joe Davis and the New York Music Scene, 1916-1978 (Robert McParland)
Book Review: I Drum, Therefore I Am: Being and Becoming a Drummer (Steve Hamelman)
Book Review: Assimilate: A Critical History of Industrial Music (Steven Caldwell Brown)
Book Review: The Music of James Bond (Jude Warne)
Book Review: Ubiquitous Musics: The Everyday Sounds That We Don’t Always Notice (Paul R. Kohl)
Audio Review: The Road to Rock & Roll - Volume One: Jitterbug Jive (B. Lee Cooper)
Audio Review: Greatest Hits from Outer Space (B. Lee Cooper)
Audio Review: Isn’t Anything; Loveless; EPs 1988-1991 (Dean Biron)

Rock Music Studies, Volume 1, Issue 3 (2014)
Article: Representing Joy Division: Assembling Audiovisual Argument and Psychogeography in Rockumentary (Lindsey Eckenroth)
Article: Satan, Sinners, and Damnation: Religion and Heritage in the Contemporary Southern Rock Music Revival (Jason T. Eastman & Alana N. Iapalucci)
Article: After the Storm: Hipgnosis, Storm Thorgerson, and the Rock Album Cover (Mike Alleyne)
Article: Pussy Riot and the Holy Foolishness of Punk (Kerith M. Woodyard)
Article; How the Beatles Got to Me and How I Got to the Beatles (Michael Lydon)
Book Review: Do You Believe in Rock and Roll? Essays on Don McLean’s "American Pie" (Paul C. Peterson)
Book Review: Counting Down Bob Dylan: His 100 Finest Songs (Dean Biron)
Book Review: Sleigh Rides, Jingle Bells, and Silent Nights: A Cultural History of American Christmas Songs (B. Lee Cooper)
Book Review: Bon Jovi: America’s Ultimate Band (Michael Marino)
Book Review: Sweet Air: Modernism, Regionalism, and American Popular Song (Charles L. Hughes)
Audio Review: My True Story; Bring It on Home...The Soul Classics; The Ultimate Collection; The Very Best of Aaron Neville, Boogie Chillen: Early Mods’ First Choice Vinyl (B. Lee Cooper)

Rock Music Studies, Volume 2, Issue 1 (2015)
Article: Join Together with the Band: Authenticating Collective Creativity in Bands and the Myth of Rock Authenticity Reappraised (Adam Behr)
Article: Meet the Mekons: Popular Music, Art, and Cultural Critique (Peter Robert Brown)
Article: Mama’s Boys, Celtus, and the Troubles in Northern Ireland (Michael J. K. Walsh)
Article: Sir Michael and the Origin and Reception of "Street Fighting Man" (Neil Nehring
Digging: "I Probably Was Trying to Get a Sound that Hadn’t Developed Yet": An Interview with Michael Monarch (Jim Christopulos)
Book Review: The Hallelujah Effect (Robert McParland)
Book Review: Philosophizing Rock Performance: Dylan, Hendrix, Bowie (James R. Hallemann)
Book Review: The Accessibility of Music: Participation, Reception and Content (Bill Tsitsos)
Book Review: The Republic of Rock: Music and Citizenship in the Sixties Counterculture (B. Lee Cooper)
Book Review: Invisible Now: Bob Dylan in the 1960s (Deena Weinstein)
Audio Review: The Complete Stax/Volt Singles Collection, by Otis Redding; Hard to Handle: Black America Sings Otis Redding, by Various Artists (B. Lee Cooper)
Audio Review: Live at the BBC (remastered), by The Beatles; On Air - Live at the BBC Volume Two, by The Beatles (B. Lee Cooper)

Rock Music Studies, Volume 2, Issue 2 (2015)
Article: "Miami, New Orleans, London, Belfast, and Berlin": An Analysis of Geographic References in U2’s Recordings (Joel Deichmann)
Article: Is Progressive Rock Progressive? YES and Pink Floyd as Counterpoint to Adorno (Jérôme Melançon & Alexander Carpenter)
Article: Memories of the Material/Vestiges of the Virtual: Exploring the Impact of Material and Immaterial Formats on the Memory of Popular Music (Jean Hogarty)
Article: Disappointment, Frustration, and Resignation in Billy Joel’s The Nylon Curtain (Joshua S. Duchan)
Article: Self Portrait Revisited (Wayne Robins)
Book Review: The Lyre of Orpheus: Popular Music, the Sacred, and the Profane (Carey Fleiner)
Book Review: Invisible Now: Bob Dylan in the 1960s (Ron Briley)
Book Review: The Routledge History of Social Protest in Popular Music (Kenneth J. Bindas)
Book Review: Who Did It First? Great Rhythm and Blues Cover Songs and Their Original Artists (B. Lee Cooper)
Book Review: This Music Leaves Stains: The Complete Story of the Misfits (Alex DiBlasi)
Audio Review: Bass Instincts, 1946-1955; Still Crying in the Chapel, 1948-1962; Allen Toussaint - Everything I Do Gonh Be Funky: The Hit Songs and Productions, 1957-1978; Finger Poppin’ and Stompin’ Feet: 20 Classic Allen Toussaint Productions for Minit Records, 1960-1962; The Allen Toussaint Touch: 22 Classic Recordings Produced by the Legendary New Orleans Soul Man (B. Lee Cooper)

Rock Music Studies, Volume 2, Issue 3 (2015) "The Rolling Stones"
Introduction: The Rolling Stones (Neil Nehring)
Article: Someday My Prince Will Come: The Rolling Stones and the Commodification of Rock (Roy Shuker)
Article: Googling with the Stones: The Greatest Rock and Roll Corporation in the World and the Mainstreaming of Bootleg Recordings (Steve Farmer)
Article: Reception of the Rolling Stones in Communist Czechoslovakia (Jan Blüml)
Article: Apocalypse Rock and the Auteur Mélomane: The Stones’ "Gimme Shelter," Martin Scorsese’s Musical Signature, in Context (Amanda Howell)
Article: Not Sucking in the Seventies: The Rolling Stones and the Myth of Decline (Simon Philo)
Book Review: Encyclopedia of Great Popular Song Recordings (B. Lee Cooper)
Book Review: Sweet Summer Sun: Hyde Park Live; Rocks Off: 50 Tracks That Tell the Story of the Rolling Stones (B. Lee Cooper)
Book Review: Punk Rock and German Crisis: Adaptation and Resistance after 1977 (Ulrich Adelt)
Book Review: Counting down Bob Dylan: His 100 Finest Songs (Ron Briley)
Book Review: Tell Tchaikovsky the News: Rock ‘n’ Roll, the Labor Question, and the Musicians’ Union, 1942-1968 (Carey Fleiner)
Audio Review: The Very Best of Jerry Lee Lewis; Southern Roots: The Original Sessions (B. Lee Cooper)
Audio Review: Forever; The Genius in Person: Journey through the Early Albums, 1957-1960; Singular Genius: The Complete ABC Singles (B. Lee Cooper)

Rock Music Studies, Volume 3, Issue 1 (2016) "The Live Concert Experience"
Introduction: The Live Concert Experience: An Introduction: Nick Baxter-Moore & Thomas M. Kitts)
Article: Live Concert Performance: An Ecological Approach (Adam Behr, Matt Brennan, Martin Cloonan, Simon Frith & Emma Webster)
Article: Mediated Immediacy: The Relationship between Auditory and Visual Dimensions of Live Performance in Contemporary Technology - Based Popular Music (Anne Danielsen & Inger Helseth)
Article: In-between Performance and Mediatization: Authentication and (Re)-Live(d) Concert Experience (Alessandro Bratus)
Article: "This Time We Shall Escape": Bob Dylan’s Rolling Thunder Period (John Hughes)
Article: "The Ties That Bind": Springsteen Fans Reflect on the Live Concert Experience (Nick Baxter-Moore)
Obituary: B. B. King, 1925-2015 (Ulrich Adelt)
Book Review: Images of England through Popular Music: Class, Youth and Rock ‘n’ Roll, 1955-1976 (Richard D. Driver)
Book Review: 100 Books Every Blues Fan Should Own (B. Lee Cooper)
Book Review: Why We Left: Untold Stories and Songs of America’s First Immigrants (Dick Weissman)
Book Review: Exploring U2: Is This Rock ‘n’ Roll? Essays on the Music, Work, and Influence of U2 (Ron Briley)
Book Review: Willie Dixon: Preacher of the Blues (Thomas M. Kitts)
Audio Review: Rock; Greatest Hits; Songs Our Daddy Taught Us: A Journey into the Roots of the Everly Brothers - and American Music (B. Lee Cooper)
Audio Review: Crossroads: The Eric Clapton Guitar Festival Recorded Live at Madison Square Garden in New York City on April 12-13, 2013 (B. Lee Cooper)

Rock Music Studies, Volume 3, Issue 2 (2016) "The Velvet Underground"
Article: Authenticity and Artifice in Rock and Roll: "And I Guess That I Just Don’t Care" (Bernardo Alexander Attias)
Article: Lou Reed’s "Ostrich" Tuning as an Aesthetic Point of Articulation (Mike Daley)
Digging: "We Were a Good Band": An Interview with Walter Powers (Steve Hamelman)
Article: Loop (Christophe Levaux)
Article: Why Is This Man Laughing? (Steve Hamelman)
Digging: "Music Is My First Language": An Interview with Doug Yule (Steve Hamelman)
Book Review: Time Out of Mind: The Lives of Bob Dylan (Ron Briley)
Book Review: Rock’n America: A Social and Cultural History (Michael P. Marino)
Book Review: Producing Country: The Inside Story of the Great Recordings (Molly Brost)
Book Review: The Artist’s Guide to Success in the Music Business (Courtney C. Blankenship)
Audio Review: Loaded: Re-Loaded 45th Anniversary Edition (Dean Biron)
Audio Review: Lead Belly: The Smithsonian Folkways Collection (Thomas M. Kitts)
Audio Review: Rockabilly Riot! All Original; Rockabilly Riot! Live from the Planet; Rockabilly Riot! Volume One: A Tribute to Sun Records (B. Lee Cooper)

Rock Music Studies, Volume 3, Issue 3 (2016)
Article: Patti Smith and Modernism: The Problem with Dandies (Neil Nehring)
Article: "I Can’t Think of a More Unlikely Rock Star than Me": Representations of "Averageness" in the Myth of Rock (Scott M. Walus & Melissa A. Click)
Article: H. P. Lovecraft, Heavy Metal, and Cosmicism (Carl H. Sederholm)
Article: Urban Simulations and Soundscapes of a Thai Beatles Tribute Band (Eric J. Haanstad)
Article: "Against the Grain": How Music Journalism Frames Bad Religion as Unconventional (Jordan M. McClain & Ellen M. Bernhard)
Discussion: Resituating and Rebranding "Classic Rock" in the USA: An Interview with Rickey Medlocke (Lynyrd Skynyrd/Blackfoot) (Michael J. K. Walsh)
Book Review: Patti Smith: America’s Punk Rock Rhapsodist (Ron Briley)
Book Review: Definitely Maybe (John Littlejohn)
Book Review: Fortunate Son: John Fogerty - My Life, My Music (Thomas M. Kitts)
Book Review: John Fogerty: An American Son (James Martens)
Audio Review: The R&B No. 1s of the ’50s (B. Lee Cooper)

Rock Music Studies, Volume 4, Issue 1 (2017) "American Rock Journalism"
Introduction: American Rock Journalism (Marcel Hartwig & Ulf Schulenberg)
Other: Present at the Creation (Richard Goldstein)
Article: "Visions and Versions of America": Greil Marcus’s Rock Journalism as Cultural Criticism (Ulf Schulenberg)
Article: Rise Above: Nostalgia and Authenticity in Representations of 1980s Indie Rock and Hardcore Punk (Hans Frese)
Article: What Is the "American" in "American Music Journalism"? (Julian Weber)
Article: The Authenticity of a T-shirt: Ryan Gosling, Roddy Dangerblood, and the Rebellious Genealogy of Thrasher Magazine (Konstantin Butz)
Article: "We Can Always Empathize with Ourselves": Pastiche, Parody, and Rock Journalism in Bret Easton Ellis’s American Psycho (1991) and Kanye West’s Yeezus (2013) (Marcel Hartwig)
Book Review: 1965: The Most Revolutionary Year in Music (B. Lee Cooper)
Book Review: Rock, Counterculture and the Avant-Garde, 1966-1970: How the Beatles, Frank Zappa and the Velvet Underground Defined an Era (John Littlejohn)
Book Review: Do You Want To Know A Secret: The Autobiography of Billy J. Kramer (Ian Inglis)
Book Review: The Band: Pioneers of Americana Music (Daniel Cross Turner)
Book Review: The Beatles and the Historians: An Analysis of Writings about the Fab Four (B. Lee Cooper)
Audio Review: Directly from My Heart: The Best of the Specialty and Vee-Jay Years (B. Lee Cooper)

Rock Music Studies, Volume 4, Issue 2 (2017)
Article: Like a Prayer: The Dissensual Aesthetics of Pussy Riot (Janus C. Currie)
Article: Bravehearts and Bonny Mountainsides: Nation and History in Scottish Folk/Black Metal (Karl Spracklen)
Article: Celebrity Guitars: Musical Instruments as Luxury Items (Heikki Uimonen)
Article: "Come Together": Dialogue and (Dis)Connection in the Beatles’ Lyrics (Daniel Lieberfeld)
Discussion: Front Page News: An Interview with Marshall Crenshaw (Greg Herriges)
Book Review: Jerry Lee Lewis: His Own Story; Elvis Presley: A Southern Life (B. Lee Cooper)
Book Review: Good Vibrations: My Life as a Beach Boy (Erica K. Argyropoulos)
Book Review: Let’s Rock: How 1950s America Created Elvis and the Rock and Roll Craze (Robert Pruter)
Audio Review: Great Double-Sided Singles: Great A-Sides with Fantastic B-Sides; Fantastic Flips: 30 Classic B-Sides from the Rock ‘N’ Roll Era; Fabulous Flips: Great B-Sides of the 1950s and 1960s; Fabulous Flips: Volume Two; Fabulous Flips: Volume Three (B. Lee Cooper)
Audio Review: Every Brilliant Eye (Dean Biron)
Audio Review: Hey! That’s My Song: 60 Great Covers of Famous Hits (B. Lee Cooper)

Rock Music Studies, Volume 4, Issue 3 (2017)
Article: My Regeneration: "Heroes and Villains" and the Salvation of Brian Wilson Presents Smile (Dale Carter)
Article: Worlding Woodstock (Oliver Lovesey)
Article: Displaying the Guitar: The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the Museum of Pop Culture (Ulrich Adelt)
Article: Being Lemmy Kilmister: Performativity and Metal (Gerd Bayer)
Book Review: Swim Through the Darkness: My Search for Craig Smith and the Mystery of Maitreya Kali (Thomas M. Kitts)
Book Review: The History of Rock & Roll: Volume One, 1920-1963 (B. Lee Cooper)
Discussion: "And Settlin’ Down": An Interview with Richie Furay (Thomas M. Kitts)

Rock Music Studies, Volume 5, Issue 1 (2018) "Rock and Love: Guest edited by Mark Duffett and Claude Chastagner"
Article: From Existential Troubadour to Crooner of Light: Uses and Refractions of the Love Song in Leonard Cohen’s Work (Christophe Lebold)
PArticle: "Dirty Love": Frank Zappa and the Antithetical Love Song (Sarah Schmalenberger)
Article: Desperately Seeking Wilco (Becky McLaughlin)
Article: Kiss Off ... or the Infamous Nature of the Violent Femmes’ Thwarted Love Songs (Christophe Chambost)
Article: Rock-and-Roll Kinderwhore: Gender, Genre, and "Girlville" in Liz Phair’s Girly Sound (1991) (Marlie Centawer)
Article: Scratching the Stones of Rock and Roll: Love Lyrics in the Times of the Argentinian Dictatorship (Carolina Abello Onofre)
Book Review: Infinite Tuesday: An Autobiographical Riff (Erica K. Argyropoulos)
Book Review: Heavy Metal, Gender and Sexuality: Interdisciplinary Approaches (Rosemary Lucy Hill)
Audio Review: Boogie Woogie Santa Claus: An R&B Christmas (B. Lee Cooper)
Book Review: The Southern Rock Revival: The Old South in a New World (Patrick Siebel)

Rock Music Studies, Volume 5, Issue 2 (2018)
Article: The Allman Brothers Band: Conveying the Blues Idea (Christopher M. Reali)
Article: Mythic Quest in Bob Dylan’s Blonde on Blonde (Graley Herren)
Article: Not a Second Time? John Lennon’s Aeolian Cadence Reconsidered (Wouter Capitain)
Article: "This Machine Kills": Guitars and Guns in America (Josh Sopiarz)
Book Review: The Political World of Bob Dylan: Freedom and Justice, Power and Sin (Travis McDonald)
Audio Review: Blue and Lonesome; The Influences behind the Rolling Stones; Rolling Stones Beginnings, Vol. 1: From Blue Boys to Playing Chess; Rolling Stones Beginnings, Vol. 2: Yesterday’s Papers (B. Lee Cooper)
Audio Review: Rock and Roll Music! The Songs of Chuck Berry (B. Lee Cooper)
Discussion: "Who’s Gonna Tell the Wolf She’s Not a Dog"? An Interview with Singer-Songwriter Janita (Lawrence Pitilli)

Rock Music Studies, Volume 5, Issue 3 (2018) "Global Psychedelia and Counterculture"
Introduction: Introduction - Global Psychedelia and Counterculture (Kevin M. Moist)
Article: Reconsidering "Anadolu Pop" (Ozan Baysal)
Article: Counterculture within a Counter-Culture: New Zealand, Psychedelic Rock, and the Moral Guardians of the 60s and 70s (Andrew J. Sepie)
Article: The Perimeter Walk: The 1960s/1970s Psychedelic Music Movement in Poland (Marek Jezinski)
Article: Rak en Rol: The Influence of Psychedelic Culture in Philippine Music (James Gabrillo)
Article: Psychedelic Territories: Exile and Sonorities in Caetano Veloso and Gilberto Gil (Luiza Bittencourt & Rafael Lage)
Article: Italian Progressive Rock as Indigenous Psychedelia (Scott B. Montgomery)
Book Review: Counting Down the Beatles: Their 100 Finest Songs (John Littlejohn)
Book Review: Sex Pistols: Poison in the Machine (Zach Thomas)
Audio Review: Rock (B. Lee Cooper)
Article: "The Show Must Go On": Bernie Tormé Discusses Randy Rhoads and 10 Days in 1982 (Michael J. K. Walsh)

Rock Music Studies, Volume 6, Issue 1 (2019) "Chuck Berry"
Article: Chuck Berry: Rock-and-Roll Trailblazer (Michael Lydon)
Article: Re-Enchantments of the World in Leaden Times: The Magic of Chuck Berry in German Life and Literature (Werner Bies)
Article: Chuck Berry: Not so Much a Poet as a Storyteller (Thomas Collins)
Article: Did Chuck Berry Have a Co-Writer? (Timothy J. McFarlin)
Article: A "Particular Place to Go": How Artifacts Narrate the Story of Chuck Berry at the National Museum of African-American History and Culture (Kevin Strait)
Audio Review: Cupid: The Very Best of Sam Cooke, 1961-1962 (B. Lee Cooper)
Book Review: Listening for the Secret: The Grateful Dead and the Politics of Improvisation (Sean Michael Steele)
Audio Review: The Rolling Stones on Air: A BBC Recording (B. Lee Cooper)

Rock Music Studies, Volume 6, Issue 2 (2019)
Introduction: Bob Marley: Recorded, Recoded, and Revisited (Mike Alleyne)
Article: Come a Long Way: Bob Marley, Reggae, and Aotearoa / New Zealand Popular Culture (Matthew Bannister)
Article: Bob Marley’s Radio Interviews in Britain and the USA, 1973-1980: Reasoning with Issues of Absence and Presence (Mike Hajimichael)
Article: Bob Dylan at the March on Washington: Prophet of the Bourgeoisie (Jeffrey Edward Green)
Article: The Cassette in 1980s Indie Music Scenes (Rob Drew)
Book Review: Rock and Romanticism: Blake, Wordsworth, and Rock from Dylan to U2 [edited by James Rovira, Lanham, MD, Lexington Books/Rowman & Littlefield, 2018] (Steve Hamelman)
Book Review: Music and the Road: Essays on the Interplay of Music and the Popular Culture of the American Road [edited by Gordon E. Slethaug, New York, Bloomsbury Academic, 2017] (Thomas B. Grochowski)
Book Review: Walk This Way: Run-DMC, Aerosmith, and the Song That Changed American Music Forever [edited by Geoff Edgers, New York, Blue Rider Press, 2019] (Thomas M. Kitts)
Audio Review: Battleground Korea: Songs and Sounds of America’s Forgotten War (B. Lee Cooper)

Rock Music Studies, Volume 6, Issue 3 (2019)
Article: Borne Ceaselessly Backwards: Classic Rock Magazines (Dean Biron)
Article: Questions of Style and Lateness in Led Zeppelin’s Presence (Stephen Loy)
PArticle: Rock Criticism’s Musical Text: Robert Christgau’s Writing about Words and Music in Song (Dai Griffiths)
Article: "They’ve Got a Bomb": Sounding Anti-nuclearism in the Anarcho-punk Movement in Britain, 1978-84 (George McKay)
Article: Lana Del Rey’s American Grotesque (Paul A Crutcher)
Discussion: Passionate and Underpaid: An Afternoon with Seminal Rock Music Journalists Michael Lydon and Wayne Robins (Lawrence Pitilli)
Book Review: Jerry Lee Lewis: Special Edition [edited by Rik Flynn, London, Vintage Rock/Anthem Publishing, 2019] (B. Lee Cooper)
Book Review: Counting down Elvis: his 100 finest songs [by Mark DuffettLanham, Maryland, Rowman and Littlefield, 2018] (B. Lee Cooper)
Book Review: The State of Heavy Metal: A Review of Three Studies (Heather Lusty)

Rock Music Studies, Volume 7, Issue 1 (2020) "Progressive Rock"
Introduction: Introduction to the Special Issue on Progressive Rock (Chris Anderton)
Article: The Absent Presence of Progressive Rock in the British Music Press, 1968-1974 (Chris Anderton & Chris Atton)
Article: Transsylvania Phoenix, Romanian Ethno-rock, and the Politics of Folk Music (Andrei Sora)
Article: The Impact of Chris Cutler and Rock in Opposition on Czech Rock Music in the Communist Era (Jan Blüml)
Article: "Tened cuidado con el poder": Politics, Authenticity, and Identity Conflicts in Spanish Progressive Rock (1970-1981) (Eduardo García Salueña)
Article: "The World’s First Flamenco Rock Band"? Anglo-American Progressive Rock, Politics and National Identity in Spain around Carmen’s Fandangos in Space (Diego García-Peinazo)
Article: "Re- Arrange Me ’Til I’m Sane": Utopian and Spiritual Experience, Encountering The Dark Side of the Moon (Kimberley Jane Anderson)
Book Review: Warren Zevon: Desperado of Los Angeles [by George Plasketes, Lanham, MD, Rowman & Littlefield, 2016] (Thomas Grochowski)
Audio Review: ... Don’t take your cash to town, John: improbable spoofs, sequels, and answer discs [by Various Artists, Groper Odson, compiler, 2018, 2 CDs, Jasmine JASCD 853] (B. Lee Cooper)

Rock Music Studies, Volume 7, Issue 2 (2020)
Article: Going in and Out of Style: The Beatles and the Sixties Rock Canon in the Twenty-First Century (Michael R. Fisher)
Article: Gender, Magic, and Innovation: The Musical Artistry of Joni Mitchell (Brian Lloyd)
Article: Electrifying the Beat: Rhythm Guitar Performances of Keith Richards, Joan Jett, and Nile Rodgers (Ulrich Adelt)
Digging: Wild Sounds from San Diego: An Interview with Mike Stax (Ann Johnson)
Book Review: Jawbreaker’s 24 Hour Revenge Therapy [Ronen Givony, New York, Bloomsbury Academic, 2018] (Zach Thomas)
Audio Review: The Singles Collection, 1954-1962 (B. Lee Cooper)
Audio Review: Big Walter Horton in Session: From Memphis to Chicago, 1951-1956 (B. Lee Cooper)

Rock Music Studies, Volume 7, Issue 3 (2020) "The Beatles"
Article: 1968: The Beatles, Frank Zappa, the Soft Machine, Pink Floyd: Establishing the Dialogue between Experimentation and Tradition in Rock Music (Jacopo Costa)
Article: Once We Fought: The Rise of the Ex-Yu 1960s Progressive Rock Music Scene, Indexi, and the Influence of The Beatles (Marina Vujnovic)
Article: John Lennon Out and In: "Revolution," the Beatles, and the Movement in 1968 (Christopher S. DeRosa)
Article: "If You Become Naked": Sexual Honesty on the Beatles’ White Album (Katie Kapurch & Walter Everett)
PArticle: Playing with The White Album (Hugh Jenkins & Paul O. Jenkins)
Article: Which "There" is There? George Harrison’s Dialect Shifting in His Late 1960s Songs (Karen A. Duchaj)
Article: "Ladies and Gentlemen, It’s (Not) the Beatles!": Recreating The White Album (Matthias Heyman)
Book Review: The Beatles From A to Zed: An Alphabetical Mystery Tour [by Peter Asher, New York, NY, Henry Holt, 2019] (Michael R. Fisher)
Book Review: The Beatles [by Ian Inglis, Sheffield, South Yorkshire; Bristol, CT, Equinox Publishing, 2017] (Michael R. Fisher)
Book Review: The Beatles Through a Glass Onion: Reconsidering the White Album [edited by Mark Osteen, Ann Arbor, U of Michigan P, 2019] (Thomas Grochowski)
Review Article: Rip It Up: The Specialty Records Story; Rip It Up: The Specialty Story; Specialty Records - Greatest Hits; Rock ‘N’ Roll Fever: The Wildest from Specialty (B. Lee Cooper)
Audio Review: Sun Shines on Hank Williams [2019, Various Artists, CD, Bear Family BCD 17504] (B. Lee Cooper)

Rock Music Studies, Volume 8, Issue 1 (2021) "The Pandemic"
Article: Journal of the Plague Year (Gary Burns & Thomas M. Kitts)
Article: Life on Pause: Coping with Loss as a Musician in a Pandemic (Michaela Anne Neller)
Article: Mayday Music: Response and Renewal Amid the Pandemic Lockdown (Don McLeese)
Article: Pop, Pandemic, Politics: On the "Virtual Social" and Ways of Engagement in Times of Crisis - A Conversation Across Borders and Disciplines (Martin Butler & Marek Jezinski)
Article: "You Know You’re Missing Out on Something": Collective Nostalgia and Community in Tim’s Twitter Listening Party during COVID-19 (Wonseok Lee & Grace Kao)
Article: Handwashing Hits - Getting Cross-Generational Listeners to Rock during the Pandemic (Liz Giuffre)
Article: A New Paradigm of Engagement for the Socially Distanced Artist (Richard Frenneaux & Andy Bennett)
Article: Charity Benefit Concerts and the One World: Together at Home Event (Heather McIntosh)
Article: Jazz, Pandemics, and Our Stubborn Humanity (Teófilo Espada-Brignoni)
Article: Manu Dibango, 1933-2020 (Anja Brunner)
Article: John Prine, 1946-2020 (Nick Baxter-Moore)

Rock Music Studies, Volume 8, Issue 2 (2021) "The Residents"
Introduction: Introduction to the Special Issue - The Residents: Visionaries, Satirists, and Mythmakers (Marek Jezinski & Thomas Grochowski)
Article: Defamiliarizing the Familiar: Avant-Garde and Archivism in the Songs of the Residents (Martin Butler)
Article: In Search of Deconstruction: The Residents and Popular Music (Marek Jezinski)
Article: Sonic Speculative Fiction: The Residents’ Eskimo and the Electronic (Re)construction of Ethnic Music (Dariusz Brzostek)
Article: The Residents Meet the Weird (Tymon Adamczewski)
Article: On Freaks, Voyeurs, and the Cultural Uses of the Freak Show in the Residents’ Art and CD-ROM Project (Edyta Lorek-Jezinska)
Book Review: Fantasma [Martin Roberts, New York, Bloomsbury, 2019] (John Littlejohn)
Book Review: Vinyl Freak: Love Letters to a Dying Medium [by John Corbett, Durham, NC/London, Duke U P, 2017 (Steven Hamelman)
Audio Review: Destination Moon: 50 Years - First Man on the Moon [2019, Various Artists, CD, Bear Family BCD 17527] (B. Lee Cooper)
Audio Review: Songs from the Bardo (Dean Biron)
Audio Review: Play It Again: R&B Answers, Copycats, and Follow-Ups - Volume One and Volume 2 (B. Lee Cooper)

Rock Music Studies, Volume 8, Issue 3 (2021) "The Beach Boys"
Article: Band of the Free: The Beach Boys as an American National Interest (Dale Carter)
Article: Tracing the Consecrated Technological Anima from the Beach Boys to Janelle Monáe (Tom Smucker)
Article: Brian Wilson’s Song Cycles (Philip Lambert)
Article: "You Don’t Just Stick It Together": The Beach Boys and the Beatles in the Mid-1960s (David Brodbeck)
Digging: "They were my teachers": An Interview with the Beach Boys’ Bobby Figueroa (2021) (Erica K. Argyropoulos)
Digging: "The Time of Our Lives": An Interview with Peter Hammill (Jim Christopulos)
Book Review: A Women’s History of the Beatles [by Christine Feldman-Barrett, New York, NY, Bloomsbury Academic, 2021 (Kenneth Womack)
Book Review: What Goes On: The Beatles, Their Music, and Their Time [by Walter Everett and Tim Riley, New York, Oxford University Press, 2019] (Steven Hamelman)
Audio Review: Motorvatin’: 28 Songs from the Green Book Era - Volume One (B. Lee Cooper)
Audio Review: ``Say Man, Back Again: The Singles A’s & B’s, 1959-1962 Plus (B. Lee Cooper)

Rock Music Studies, Volume 9, Issue 1 (2022)
Article: Women Rock! How a North-East Music Blogger Redefines Women’s Role in Rock Music: A Critical Discourse Analysis (Sarah Mengede)
Article: The Beatles’ "Happiness is a Warm Gun" as Postmodern Protest (Scott Haden Church)
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Article: Representation of Female Musicians in Alternative Music Charts: A Pilot Study (Kathleen W. Taylor Kollman)
Article: Woodstock in Colombia: "El Festival de Ancón" (Margarita Restrepo)
Article: "I’m a Little Black Boy and I Don’t Know My Place": Phil Lynott and the Black Atlantic (Matthew Bannister)
Digging: From Doo-Wop in Brooklyn to Northern Soul in England: An Interview with Soul Singer Dean Parrish (Lawrence Pitilli)
Book Review: Understanding Records: A Field Guide to Recording Practices, 2nd Edition [by Jay Hodgson, New York, NY, Bloomsbury, 2019] (John Littlejohn)
Book Review: The Bloomsbury Handbook of Popular Music Video Analysis [edited by Lori A. Burns and Stan Hawkins, New York, Bloomsbury Academic, 2019] (Heather Lusty)
Audio Review: Trick or Treat: Music to Scare Your Neighbors - Vintage 45s from Lux and Ivy’s Haunted Basement (B. Lee Cooper)
Audio Review: Destination Lust: The World of Love, Sex, and Violence [2020, Various Artists, CD, Bear Family BCD 17616] (B. Lee Cooper)
Audio and Book Review: Let It Be 50th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition [The Beatles, Capitol/Apple Records, 2021] (Steve Hamelman)

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