PUBLICATIONS

“The Progressive Rock Style:  The Music,” translated by Goto Masayuki with Namba Hiroyuki and Araksuka Kentaro. The Seijo University Arts and Literature Quarterly no. 247 (April 2019), 47-92. [Japanese translation of chapter 2 of Rocking the Classics.]

“Art Rock.”  The Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World, Genres, Volume Thirteen:  Genres, International, ed. John Shepherd, David Horn, Dave Laing, Paul Oliver, and Peter Wicke.  Continuum International, in preparation.

“Progressive Rock.”  The Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World, Volume Eleven:  Genres, Europe, ed. Paolo Prato and David Horn, 83-90.  London/New York:  Continuum International, 2017.

“The Music’s Not All That Matters, After All:  British Progressive Rock as Social Text.”  History of Social Protest in Popular Music, ed. Jonathan Friedman, 123-141.Routledge, 2013.

“Album-Oriented Rock.”  The Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World, Volume Eight:  Genres, North America, ed. John Shepherd and David Horn, 17-19.  London/New York:  Continuum International, 2012.

“Die Geschicte des Progressive Rock:  Großbritannien, 1969-1971.”  Eclipsed 130 (May 2011), 38-41.  (Translation to German:  Julia Vetter). 

“The Beatles and the Origins of Britishness in Rock Music.”  Fifty Years with the Beatles:  the Impact of the Beatles on Contemporary Culture, ed. Jerzy Jarniewicz and Alina Kwiatkowska, 107-130.University of Lodz Press, 2010.

“Bring the Balance Back:  Led Zeppelin and the Hegelian Dialectic.”  Philosophy and Led Zeppelin:  All Will Be Revealed, ed. Scott Calef, 187-218.  Open Court, 2009.

“Emerson, Lake and Palmer:  Brain Salad Surgery,” translated by Andrés Valle with Sergio Moscatelli and Juan Tambussi.  Mellotron 36 (November 2007), 33-50.  [Spanish translation of chapter 9 of Endless Enigma.]

“Theodor Adorno, Pink Floyd, and the Psychedelics of Alienation.”  Philosophy and Pink Floyd:  Careful with that Axiom, Eugene, ed. George Reisch, 95-119.  Open Court, 2007.

Endless Enigma:  A Musical Biography of Emerson, Lake and Palmer.  Open Court, 2006.  2007 Award for Best Research (History) in Recorded Rock Music, ARSC.

“Concerning the Politics of Prog:  A Reply to Chris Matthew Sciabarra’s ‘Rand, Rush, and Rock.’”  The Journal of Ayn Rand Studies vol. 5, no. 1 (Fall 2003), 173-188.

Progresywny urock, translated Maciej Majchrzak.  Toruń, Poland:  C & T, 2001.  [Polish translation of Rocking the Classics.]

Book Review:  Nick Bromell, Tomorrow Never Knows:  Rock and Psychedelics in the 1960s; Michael Hicks, Sixties Rock:  Garage, Psychedelic, and Other SatisfactionsMLA Notes 58/1 (September 2001).

Book Review:  Alain Frogley, ed., Vaughan Williams Studies.   Current Musicology 63 (1999), 102-115.

“Sgt. Peppers el origin del progresivo,” translated by Andrés Valle.  Mellotron 20 (June 1998), 5-11.  [Spanish translation of chapter 1 of Rocking the Classics.]

Rocking the Classics: English Progressive Rock and the Counterculture.  Oxford University Press, 1997.  Oxford Scholarship Online. Oxford University Press, October 2011.  DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195098884.001.0001.

“Holst’s “Mars”: a Model of Goal-Oriented Bitonality.”  Music in Performance and Society: Essays in Honor of Roland Jackson, 411-22.  Harmonie Park Press, 1997.

“’Block Juxtapositions’ as a Structural Principle in the Music of Gustav Holst and Ralph Vaughan Williams,” British Music 15 (1993), 84-104.

“The Spirit of Albion in 20th-Century English Popular Music: Vaughan Williams, Holst, and the Progressive Rock Movement.”  Music Review 53 (May 1992), 100-125.

 

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