nothing like it, and it just got better! Anyone who needs to find
songs about a particular subject instantly will love the new 5th
Edition Green Book Of Songs By Subject: The Thematic Guide To Popular
Music- the unique music reference book that classifies music by
themes such as patriotism, cities, food, money, cars, politics, war,
relationships and many more.
Seven years in the
making, the new 1,569-page 5'" Edition has been significantly
expanded and updated from the 1995 4th Edition. For the first time,
author Jeff Green has tackled the topic of love, including 25 new
"Love" themes ranging from "Falling In Love" to
"Forbidden Love" to "Get Lost!" Green also
introduces several important new sociological concepts, with
categories of songs about low selfesteem, social class, gender
stereotypes, absentee parents, etc.
classifies over 35,000 popular songs and album tracks by nearly 1,800
concepts and themes - 86,000 listings in all. Over 9,100 artists are
represented, performing on 24,000 albums released by 1,500 labels.
The Green Book Of
Songs By Subject lists song titles, artists, selected discographies
and labels, with category headings cross-referenced to help track
down songs about virtually anything and everything. An extensive 4,000-word
search-term index is included, suggesting appropriate categories
relating to those words.
has covered all genres and eras of popular music, spanning the
entire 20th Century, on into 2002. Whether you're looking for popular
standards, contemporary hits, oldies, rock, country, R&B, rap,
hip hop, jazz, alternative, Broadway, folk, blues, bluegrass, reggae,
new age, TV themes, marching compositions, instrumentals, national
anthems, children's songs, advertising jingles, novelty records - you
name it, it's in here!
The new 5th
Edition Green Book is invaluable for radio and TV stations, film
music supervisors, ad agencies, music librarians, educators,
musicians, songwriters, public speakers, music therapists, marching
bands, clubs, mobile DJs, sports teams, researchers, collectors,
hobbyists and anyone involved in the performing arts.
Green, who began
compiling The Green Book25 years ago, is Executive Editor for trade
publication Radio & Records. A 24-year music industry veteran, he
has worked in the radio, record and television fields.
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