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The Resource Heaven was Detroit : from jazz to hip-hop and beyond, edited by M.L. Liebler ; with a foreword by Dave Marsh

Heaven was Detroit : from jazz to hip-hop and beyond, edited by M.L. Liebler ; with a foreword by Dave Marsh

Label
Heaven was Detroit : from jazz to hip-hop and beyond
Title
Heaven was Detroit
Title remainder
from jazz to hip-hop and beyond
Statement of responsibility
edited by M.L. Liebler ; with a foreword by Dave Marsh
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Captures the full spectrum of Detroit popular music from the early 1900s to the twenty-first century.--Book cover
Member of
Biography type
contains biographical information
Cataloging source
BTCTA
Dewey number
780.9774/34
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • portraits
Index
index present
LC call number
ML3508.8.D4
LC item number
H43 2016
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
A painted turtle book
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Label
Heaven was Detroit : from jazz to hip-hop and beyond, edited by M.L. Liebler ; with a foreword by Dave Marsh
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 445-447) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Lars Bjorn and Jim Gallert
  • Rebirth of Tribe
  • Larry Gabriel
  • Strata Records
  • John Sinclair
  • Roy Brooks : Detroit downbeat
  • Bill Harris
  • Musician interrupted : Faruq Z. Bey
  • W. Kim Heron --
  • Detroit jazz.
  • A top-down Motown bebop pubescence : twelve takes
  • Al Young
  • Bebop in Detroit : nights at the Blue Bird Inn
  • Lars Bjorn and Jim Gallert
  • The Donald Byrd-Pepper Adams Quintet : jazz in Detroit, 1958-61
  • Gary Carner
  • Teddy Harris : a jazz man in Motown
  • John Sinclair
  • Motor City blues through the ages
  • John Sinclair --
  • Detroit blues.
  • Alberta, Alberta : the Alberta Adams story
  • R.J. Spangler
  • John Lee Hooker and Joe Von Battle : no magic, just men
  • Marsha Music
  • Searching for the Son : Delta blues legend Son House in Detroit
  • Rev. Robert B. Jones Sr.
  • Johnnie Bassett : Cadillac bluesman from the Motor City
  • S.R. Boland
  • Two Detroit music icons and two classic theaters : Artie Fields and Harry Balk
  • Joel Martin
  • Nine times out of ten : the Clix Records story
  • Michael Hurtt --
  • Early Detroit soul : the pre-Motown sounds.
  • Fortune Records for truly great music
  • S.R. Boland
  • Nathaniel Mayer in the twenty-first century
  • Matthew Smith
  • Back in Detroit city with Andre Williams
  • Matthew Smith
  • Jack Scott : Detroit's unsung rock'n'roll pioneer
  • Melba Joyce Boyd
  • Flo Ballard : the love supreme
  • Peter Benjaminson
  • Mary Wells, "My guy," and the Queen of Motown
  • Peter Benjaminson
  • An elegant equation : changing world, changing Motown
  • Herb Jordan
  • The revolution will be recorded : Black Forum Records : Detroit rarity of the revolution
  • Pat Thomas
  • excerpt from
  • Motown : the sound of young America.
  • What's going on : Marvin Gaye and the last days of the Motown sound
  • Ben Edmonds
  • The Motortown revues : an edited excerpt from The story of Motown
  • Peter Benjaminson
  • Detroit, my Detroit
  • Susan Whitall --
  • The story of Hitsville : Motown days
  • Gary Graff
  • For Beans : written on the occasion of the funeral service for Dr. Thomas "Beans" Bowles Sr., February 5, 2000, at Central United Methodist Church
  • Bill Harris
  • Half a mile from heaven : the love songs of Motown
  • Herb Jordan
  • Waiting for Smokey Robinson
  • Willy Wilson
  • Bob Seger : the early years
  • Gary Graff
  • Seger unsettled
  • John G. Rodwan Jr.
  • The Rationals
  • Scott Morgan
  • Strange Früt : an east-side story of the Früt
  • George Moseman, a.k.a. "Moseley the Punk"
  • Strange mysterious sounds : the demise of Ted Lucas and the Spike-Drivers
  • Detroit rocks : the '60s : kick out the jams.
  • Mike Dutkewych --
  • DKT/MC5 : the truest possible testimonial
  • John Sinclair
  • Robin Tyner : early days/final days
  • Rebecca "Tyner" Derminer
  • Amboy Duke
  • Gary Graff
  • The story of Detroit's Third Power band/
  • Diane Spodarek
  • A band called Death
  • Ben Blackwell
  • How the Gories ruined music
  • Danny Kroha
  • Kid Rock before the fame : the definitive oral history
  • Brian McCollum
  • Kid Rock : from apple orchards to the world
  • Gary Graff
  • Cathouse : the Cass Corridor's last great band
  • Detroit rocks into the '70s and beyond : from everyone loves Alice to Cass Corridor punk to Death.
  • Thomas Trimble --
  • Alice Cooper all American : a Horatio Alger story for the '70s
  • Lester Bangs
  • Twenty-five years of Creem : kiss and not tell, or Confessions of one of the film foxes
  • Jaan Ukelszki
  • Who is the Sugar Man?
  • Howard A. Dewitt
  • Dangerous Diane : Detroit art rock and punk in the late '70s
  • Hobey Echlin
  • For Dilla's sake and the love of donuts
  • Shane M. Liebler
  • Ghettotech : Detroit is just here to party
  • Daniel Jones
  • Champ's town
  • Brian Smith --
  • Hip-hop, ghettotech, donuts, and techno dreams.
  • Frankly speaking : Awesome Dre's outspoken Detroit
  • Matt Deapo
  • Eminem in 2002
  • Greil Marcus
  • Eminem : a Detroit story
  • Bill Holdship
  • Inner city blues : the story of Detroit techno
  • Sounds of Detroit : country York Brothers and Latin música.
  • Mellow milestone
  • Craig Maki
  • The big three : contemporary roots of Latin sounds in Detroit : the Cruz Brothers, Ozzie Rivera, and Luis Resto
  • Rhonda Welsh --
  • L.E. Grimshaw
  • Grand daze, bubble puppies, and suburban hippie rock
  • Dr. Herman Daldin
  • Random thoughts : a brief history of WSU's legendary Zoot's Coffee
  • Aaron Anderson
  • Rarities of the revolution : Archie Shepp, the MC5, and John Sinclair
  • Pat Thomas
  • Detroit's historical Archer Records from the inside-outside
  • Ben Blackwell
  • Majesty Crush lurking in the shadows of Motown and Detroit techno
  • Detroit music miscellanea.
  • Hobey Echlin
  • A view of Third Man Records from the inside
  • Ben Blackwell
  • Future now : Detroit's twenty-first-century record label Jett Plastic
  • Jarrett Koral
  • Freeform radio master : Dave Dixon on WABX
  • Chris Morton
  • The day I saved WABX
  • Dan Carlisle
  • Lee Abrams and the cold-blooded, calculated assassination of Detroit radio : an eyewitness account
  • Rick Allen
  • Gary Grimshaw : poster child
Control code
936009905
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xvii, 486 pages
Isbn
9780814341223
Lccn
2016940283
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations, portraits
System control number
(OCoLC)936009905
Label
Heaven was Detroit : from jazz to hip-hop and beyond, edited by M.L. Liebler ; with a foreword by Dave Marsh
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 445-447) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Lars Bjorn and Jim Gallert
  • Rebirth of Tribe
  • Larry Gabriel
  • Strata Records
  • John Sinclair
  • Roy Brooks : Detroit downbeat
  • Bill Harris
  • Musician interrupted : Faruq Z. Bey
  • W. Kim Heron --
  • Detroit jazz.
  • A top-down Motown bebop pubescence : twelve takes
  • Al Young
  • Bebop in Detroit : nights at the Blue Bird Inn
  • Lars Bjorn and Jim Gallert
  • The Donald Byrd-Pepper Adams Quintet : jazz in Detroit, 1958-61
  • Gary Carner
  • Teddy Harris : a jazz man in Motown
  • John Sinclair
  • Motor City blues through the ages
  • John Sinclair --
  • Detroit blues.
  • Alberta, Alberta : the Alberta Adams story
  • R.J. Spangler
  • John Lee Hooker and Joe Von Battle : no magic, just men
  • Marsha Music
  • Searching for the Son : Delta blues legend Son House in Detroit
  • Rev. Robert B. Jones Sr.
  • Johnnie Bassett : Cadillac bluesman from the Motor City
  • S.R. Boland
  • Two Detroit music icons and two classic theaters : Artie Fields and Harry Balk
  • Joel Martin
  • Nine times out of ten : the Clix Records story
  • Michael Hurtt --
  • Early Detroit soul : the pre-Motown sounds.
  • Fortune Records for truly great music
  • S.R. Boland
  • Nathaniel Mayer in the twenty-first century
  • Matthew Smith
  • Back in Detroit city with Andre Williams
  • Matthew Smith
  • Jack Scott : Detroit's unsung rock'n'roll pioneer
  • Melba Joyce Boyd
  • Flo Ballard : the love supreme
  • Peter Benjaminson
  • Mary Wells, "My guy," and the Queen of Motown
  • Peter Benjaminson
  • An elegant equation : changing world, changing Motown
  • Herb Jordan
  • The revolution will be recorded : Black Forum Records : Detroit rarity of the revolution
  • Pat Thomas
  • excerpt from
  • Motown : the sound of young America.
  • What's going on : Marvin Gaye and the last days of the Motown sound
  • Ben Edmonds
  • The Motortown revues : an edited excerpt from The story of Motown
  • Peter Benjaminson
  • Detroit, my Detroit
  • Susan Whitall --
  • The story of Hitsville : Motown days
  • Gary Graff
  • For Beans : written on the occasion of the funeral service for Dr. Thomas "Beans" Bowles Sr., February 5, 2000, at Central United Methodist Church
  • Bill Harris
  • Half a mile from heaven : the love songs of Motown
  • Herb Jordan
  • Waiting for Smokey Robinson
  • Willy Wilson
  • Bob Seger : the early years
  • Gary Graff
  • Seger unsettled
  • John G. Rodwan Jr.
  • The Rationals
  • Scott Morgan
  • Strange Früt : an east-side story of the Früt
  • George Moseman, a.k.a. "Moseley the Punk"
  • Strange mysterious sounds : the demise of Ted Lucas and the Spike-Drivers
  • Detroit rocks : the '60s : kick out the jams.
  • Mike Dutkewych --
  • DKT/MC5 : the truest possible testimonial
  • John Sinclair
  • Robin Tyner : early days/final days
  • Rebecca "Tyner" Derminer
  • Amboy Duke
  • Gary Graff
  • The story of Detroit's Third Power band/
  • Diane Spodarek
  • A band called Death
  • Ben Blackwell
  • How the Gories ruined music
  • Danny Kroha
  • Kid Rock before the fame : the definitive oral history
  • Brian McCollum
  • Kid Rock : from apple orchards to the world
  • Gary Graff
  • Cathouse : the Cass Corridor's last great band
  • Detroit rocks into the '70s and beyond : from everyone loves Alice to Cass Corridor punk to Death.
  • Thomas Trimble --
  • Alice Cooper all American : a Horatio Alger story for the '70s
  • Lester Bangs
  • Twenty-five years of Creem : kiss and not tell, or Confessions of one of the film foxes
  • Jaan Ukelszki
  • Who is the Sugar Man?
  • Howard A. Dewitt
  • Dangerous Diane : Detroit art rock and punk in the late '70s
  • Hobey Echlin
  • For Dilla's sake and the love of donuts
  • Shane M. Liebler
  • Ghettotech : Detroit is just here to party
  • Daniel Jones
  • Champ's town
  • Brian Smith --
  • Hip-hop, ghettotech, donuts, and techno dreams.
  • Frankly speaking : Awesome Dre's outspoken Detroit
  • Matt Deapo
  • Eminem in 2002
  • Greil Marcus
  • Eminem : a Detroit story
  • Bill Holdship
  • Inner city blues : the story of Detroit techno
  • Sounds of Detroit : country York Brothers and Latin música.
  • Mellow milestone
  • Craig Maki
  • The big three : contemporary roots of Latin sounds in Detroit : the Cruz Brothers, Ozzie Rivera, and Luis Resto
  • Rhonda Welsh --
  • L.E. Grimshaw
  • Grand daze, bubble puppies, and suburban hippie rock
  • Dr. Herman Daldin
  • Random thoughts : a brief history of WSU's legendary Zoot's Coffee
  • Aaron Anderson
  • Rarities of the revolution : Archie Shepp, the MC5, and John Sinclair
  • Pat Thomas
  • Detroit's historical Archer Records from the inside-outside
  • Ben Blackwell
  • Majesty Crush lurking in the shadows of Motown and Detroit techno
  • Detroit music miscellanea.
  • Hobey Echlin
  • A view of Third Man Records from the inside
  • Ben Blackwell
  • Future now : Detroit's twenty-first-century record label Jett Plastic
  • Jarrett Koral
  • Freeform radio master : Dave Dixon on WABX
  • Chris Morton
  • The day I saved WABX
  • Dan Carlisle
  • Lee Abrams and the cold-blooded, calculated assassination of Detroit radio : an eyewitness account
  • Rick Allen
  • Gary Grimshaw : poster child
Control code
936009905
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xvii, 486 pages
Isbn
9780814341223
Lccn
2016940283
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations, portraits
System control number
(OCoLC)936009905

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