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The Resource Rhythm, riots, and revolution : an analysis of the Communist use of music, the Communist master music plan, by David A. Noebel

Rhythm, riots, and revolution : an analysis of the Communist use of music, the Communist master music plan, by David A. Noebel

Label
Rhythm, riots, and revolution : an analysis of the Communist use of music, the Communist master music plan
Title
Rhythm, riots, and revolution
Title remainder
an analysis of the Communist use of music, the Communist master music plan
Statement of responsibility
by David A. Noebel
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Noebel, David A
Dewey number
780/.09
Index
index present
LC call number
ML3795
LC item number
.N635
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Popular music
  • Communism and music
  • Popular music
  • Propaganda, Communist
  • Communism
  • Cold War
Label
Rhythm, riots, and revolution : an analysis of the Communist use of music, the Communist master music plan, by David A. Noebel
Instantiates
Publication
Bar code
31223096130910
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Introduction. Communist use of mind warfare ; Power of music for good or evil ; Communist use of hypnotism ; Pavlov, Luria and Platonov ; Communist infiltration -- Communist use of rhythmic-hypnotic music. Nature of Red record companies ; Analysis of Red records ; Social psychology and Bertrand Russell ; Distribution of Communist records in United States ; Counterattack, Young People's Records and Torrance, California ; Responsibility to our children --
  • Communist use of beat music. Tampering with our teenagers ; Pavlov's conditioned reflex technique ; Beatles' religious philosophy ; Beatle performances ; Destructive nature of Beatle music -- Communist use of folk music. People's Songs, Inc. and People's Artists, Inc. ; Pete Seeger and Woody Guthrie ; Sing Out!, Folkways Records and Oak Publications ; Broadside magazine of New York City ; Communist subversion of folk music ; Folk music and the Negro revolution ; Folk music and the college revolution -- Communist use of rock 'n' folk. Definition of rock 'n' folk ; Power of the ballad ; Folkways and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer ; Prince of rock 'n' folk ; The rock 'n' folk magazine ; "Eve of destruction" and "Like a rolling stone" -- Conclusion. Music hath charm ; "Hot" jazz ; Spiritual implications ; Guide to action ; Edward Hunter's Brainwashing ; Operation Alert ; H.C.U.A., S.I.S.S. and California's Fact-Finding Subcommittee ; Internal Revenue Service ; Operation Distribution --
  • Appendixes. 1. Fourth report of the California Fact-Finding Committee ; 2. 100 things you should know about Communism and education ; 3. May 14th, 1951, Guide to subversive organizations and publications ; 4. Prussian's letter to Glenn ; 5. Hugh Burns' letter ; 6. Knight's letter ; 7. Boucher's letter ; 8. Bryan's transcript ; 9. Good housekeeping letters. A., B. and C. ; 10. Parents' magazine's letter ; 11. National Council of Churches letter ; 12. Federal Communications Commission letter ;
  • 13. Fifth report of the California Fact-Finding Committee ; 14. House Committee on Un-American Activities Annual report for 1952 ; 15. News and views on Seeger ; 16. House Committee on Un-American Activities Reports for (A) 1960, (B) 1961 and (C) 1962 ; 17. House Committee on Un-American Activities Report on the Communist Party's cold war against congressional investigation of subversion ; 18. Books by Oak, records by Folkways ; 19. Folkways newsletter and federal government ; 20. Scholastic magazine and Folkways records ; 21. Scholastic order form for Folkways records ; 22. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Folkways records, A and B ; 23. Broadside ; 24. International publishers and Freedom in the air ; 25. Almanac Singers ; 26. Listing of Sing out!, Broadside songs and singers
Dimensions
16 cm
Extent
352 p.
Lccn
74150843
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
Library's copy imperfect: Lacks final 4 p. of index.
System control number
  • 821667
  • (OCoLC)821667
Label
Rhythm, riots, and revolution : an analysis of the Communist use of music, the Communist master music plan, by David A. Noebel
Publication
Bar code
31223096130910
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Introduction. Communist use of mind warfare ; Power of music for good or evil ; Communist use of hypnotism ; Pavlov, Luria and Platonov ; Communist infiltration -- Communist use of rhythmic-hypnotic music. Nature of Red record companies ; Analysis of Red records ; Social psychology and Bertrand Russell ; Distribution of Communist records in United States ; Counterattack, Young People's Records and Torrance, California ; Responsibility to our children --
  • Communist use of beat music. Tampering with our teenagers ; Pavlov's conditioned reflex technique ; Beatles' religious philosophy ; Beatle performances ; Destructive nature of Beatle music -- Communist use of folk music. People's Songs, Inc. and People's Artists, Inc. ; Pete Seeger and Woody Guthrie ; Sing Out!, Folkways Records and Oak Publications ; Broadside magazine of New York City ; Communist subversion of folk music ; Folk music and the Negro revolution ; Folk music and the college revolution -- Communist use of rock 'n' folk. Definition of rock 'n' folk ; Power of the ballad ; Folkways and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer ; Prince of rock 'n' folk ; The rock 'n' folk magazine ; "Eve of destruction" and "Like a rolling stone" -- Conclusion. Music hath charm ; "Hot" jazz ; Spiritual implications ; Guide to action ; Edward Hunter's Brainwashing ; Operation Alert ; H.C.U.A., S.I.S.S. and California's Fact-Finding Subcommittee ; Internal Revenue Service ; Operation Distribution --
  • Appendixes. 1. Fourth report of the California Fact-Finding Committee ; 2. 100 things you should know about Communism and education ; 3. May 14th, 1951, Guide to subversive organizations and publications ; 4. Prussian's letter to Glenn ; 5. Hugh Burns' letter ; 6. Knight's letter ; 7. Boucher's letter ; 8. Bryan's transcript ; 9. Good housekeeping letters. A., B. and C. ; 10. Parents' magazine's letter ; 11. National Council of Churches letter ; 12. Federal Communications Commission letter ;
  • 13. Fifth report of the California Fact-Finding Committee ; 14. House Committee on Un-American Activities Annual report for 1952 ; 15. News and views on Seeger ; 16. House Committee on Un-American Activities Reports for (A) 1960, (B) 1961 and (C) 1962 ; 17. House Committee on Un-American Activities Report on the Communist Party's cold war against congressional investigation of subversion ; 18. Books by Oak, records by Folkways ; 19. Folkways newsletter and federal government ; 20. Scholastic magazine and Folkways records ; 21. Scholastic order form for Folkways records ; 22. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Folkways records, A and B ; 23. Broadside ; 24. International publishers and Freedom in the air ; 25. Almanac Singers ; 26. Listing of Sing out!, Broadside songs and singers
Dimensions
16 cm
Extent
352 p.
Lccn
74150843
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
Library's copy imperfect: Lacks final 4 p. of index.
System control number
  • 821667
  • (OCoLC)821667

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