Meanjin Vol 65, No. 3

Meanjin Vol 65, No. 3

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A dazzling variety of leading musicians and writers explore the nature of rock 'n' roll, what it means to them - personally, aesthetically, culturally, politically -and what it means to us as a country. Clinton Walker grapples with the origins of Oz Rock; Robert Forster dreams of Normie Rowe; Anna Krien meets an unknown teenage rock 'n' roll band living the dream right now; Greg Perano remembers his friend Michael Hutchence; and Brian McFarlane reflects on the intersections of rock with other popular music forms in the cinema, culminating in the recent hit movie, 'Walk the Line'. There is also an extended interview with Molly Meldrum. A 16-page gallery section features photojournalism, portraits, posters and more

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  • Paperback | 277 pages
  • Melbourne University Press
  • Meanjin
  • Carlton, VIC, Australia
  • 0522852866
  • 9780522852868