William Howland Kenney 1999
Recorded Music in American Life: The Phonograph and Popular Memory, 1890-1945.
Oxford: Oxford University Press.
- Introduction: Recorded Music and Collective Memory
- 1. Two "Circles of Resonance": Audience Uses of Recorded Music
- 2. "The Coney Island Crowd": The Phonograph and Popular Recordings before World War I
- 3. "His Master's Voice": The Victor Talking Machine Company and the Social Reconstruction of the Phonograph
- 4. The Phonograph and the Evolution of "Foreign" and "Ethnic" Records
- 5. The Gendered Phonograph: Women and Recorded Sound, 1890-1930
- 6. African American Blues and the Phonograph: From Race Records to Rhythm and Blues
- 7. Economics and the Invention of Hillbilly Records in the South 135
- 8. A Renewed Flow of Memories: The Depression and the Struggle over "Hit Records"
- 9. Popular Recorded Music within the Context of National Life