Turn the Beat Around -

Turn the Beat Around

The Secret History of Disco

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Disco emerged from the fall-out of the Black Power Movement and an almost exclusively gay scene in a blaze of poppers, strobe lights, tight trousers, hysterical diva vocals and synthesized beats in the late 1960s. As a genre, disco radically re-defined the sensibility of the seventies to the extent where reactionary rockers felt the need to launch a paranoid 'Disco Sucks' campaign at the end of the decade. Featuring artists such as Chic, Sylvester, Donna Summer and Frank Grasso, Turn the Beat Around illustrates why and how disco changed the face of popular culture forever.

Product code: 9780571219230

ISBN 9780571219230
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H200xW125xS20
Publisher Faber & Faber
No. Of Pages 368
Edition Main
A seminal popular culture book on a much-maligned genre - D.I.S.C.O!