Music in the Air
Music in the Air
The Selected Writings of Ralph J. Gleason
Edited by Toby Gleason


The co-founder of Rolling Stone magazine, Ralph J. Gleason was among the most respected journalists, interviewers, and critics writing about popular music in the latter half of the twentieth century. As a longtime contributor to the San Francisco Chronicle, Down Beat, andRamparts, his expertise and insights about music, musicians, and cultural trends were unparalleled, whether his subject was jazz, folk, pop, or rock and roll. He was the only music journalist included on President Richard Nixon's infamous "Enemies List," which Gleason himself considered “the highest honor a man’s country can bestow upon him.”

This sterling anthology, edited by Gleason’s son Toby, himself a forty-year veteran of the music business, spans Ralph J. Gleason’s four decades as popular music’s preeminent commentator. Drawing from a rich variety of sources, including Gleason’s books, essays, interviews, and LP record album liner notes, it is essential reading for writers, historians, scholars, and music lovers of every stripe.

Title Music in the Air
Subtitle The Selected Writings of Ralph J. Gleason
Author Ralph J. Gleason
Edited by Toby Gleason
Publisher Yale University Press
Title First Published 24 May 2016
Format Hardcover
Nb of pages 328 p.
ISBN-10 030021216X
ISBN-13 9780300212167
Publication Date 24 May 2016
Main content page count 328
Weight 32 oz.
 


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