Phishing in America
Edited By Shirley R. Steinberg
The late Dennis Carlson uses the alternative nature of the Burlington, Vermont-bred band, Phish, and the larger impact of rock n’ roll to look at youth and revolutionary music culture. A History of Progressive Music and Youth Culture is designed for those who work with or teach young people to understand the nature and origin of musical commitment and devotion. For academics, the book traces a cultural study of rock which is unlike any other discussion of music or musicology published.
Acknowledgments by Shirley R. Steinberg
Much thanks to Robert Lake and Michael MacDonald, who assisted in going through Dennis Carlson’s notes and chapters … great scholars who were able to help finish the organization of the book. Shout-outs to musicians Phil Anderson and David Hirschman who made suggestions and comments on the early drafts. Much love and appreciation for Ron Clemons, Dennis’s dear friend/brother, who worked with Kent Peterson to put together images and designs for the book. Kent, our gratitude and deepest love for sharing Dennis with us all.
—Shirley R. Steinberg
Dennis Carlson and Kent Peterson
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