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Music & Dance
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|Opening with David Mancuso's seminal Love Saves the Day Valentine's party in February 1970, this title tells the definitive story of disco - from its murky subterranean roots in NoHo and Hell's Kitchen to its gaudy blossoming in midtown Manhattan to the out-of-town networks that emerged in the suburbs and alternative urban hotspots.|
|Publisher||Duke University Press|
|Date of Publication||02/02/2004|
|Genre||Music & Dance|
|Place of Publication||North Carolina|
|Country of Publication||United States|
|Imprint||Duke University Press|
|Content Note||73 photographs and Illustrations|
|Table Of Contents||1. Beginnings: house parties and discotheques; 2. Consolidation: party pariahs and the path to permanent revolution; 3. Pollination: the rise of the downtown party network; 4. Recognition: the crystallisation of a sound; 5. Visibility: the message of love and the disco mix; 6. Expansion: record pools, music labels, new clubs; 7. Prominence: forums, formats, franchises; 8. Ascendancy: Eurodisco, midtown, downtown, out of town; 9. Dominance: disco takes takes over; 10. Turbulence: backlash and survival|
|Author Biography||Tim Lawrence leads the Music Culture: Theory and Production degree program at the University of East London. He has written liner notes for David Mancuso Presents the Loft and Masters at Work: The Tenth Anniversary Collection. The author's website for the book is available at www.timlawrence.info|
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