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Queen of disco, mother of modern dance music.
Dance music would not be what it is today without five-time Grammy winner Donna Summer. When Brian Eno heard her, he declared, 'I have heard the sound of the future." He was right. More on rockhall.com...
Faking It : the quest for authenticity in popular music by
Call Number: ML3477 .B37 2007
Publication Date: 2007-02-17
Traces the search for the elusive quality of authenticity in the music of the twentieth century, examining the roles of such musicians as Kurt Cobain, John Lennon, Jimmie Rodgers, Donna Summer, Leadbelly, Neil Young, and Moby while reassessing what makes popular music work
Hot Stuff : Disco and the remaking of American culture by
Call Number: ML3526 .E346 2010
Publication Date: 2010-03-29
Alice Echols makes a convincing case for disco’s far-reaching cultural legacies...her dissections of the trials and tribulations of disco artists in general and Donna Summer in particular are telling and well presented.
Ordinary Girl by
Call Number: ML420.S845 A3 2003
Publication Date: 2003-10-07
She's a Rebel : the history of women in rock & roll by
Call Number: ML82 .G33 1992
Publication Date: 1993-01-08
A retelling of rock history from the feminine perspective includes interviews, facts, lively personal anecdotes, and commentary on women's struggles in an industry long dominated by men and controlled by money
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