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Marcus's "Mystery Train" as Rock &Roll History

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Fans and Critics: Greil Marcus's "Mystery Train" as Rock & Roll History
Author(s): Mark Mazullo
Source: The Musical Quarterly, Vol. 81, No. 2 (Summer, 1997), pp. 145-169
Published by: Oxford University Press
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American Musics
Fans and Critics: Greil Marcus's
Mystery Train as Rock 'n' Roll History
Mark Mazullo
Since its firsta ppearancei n 1975, Greil Marcus'sM ysteryT rain:I mageso f
America in Rock 'n' Roll Music has been acclaimed as a classic of its genre.1
It has been discussed in classrooms devoted to the study of American "popular
music"; it has been widely recognized as one of the first attempts to
understand rock 'n' roll in terms of the broader context of American culture;
and it received spectacular notices in both the scholarly and popular
presses upon its publication. Its impact, both on the community of "countercultural"
r ock commentatorso f the late 1960s to the mid-1970s and on
today's academics concerned with popular music, has been considerable.
Mystery Train is not simply a book about music. Many of its tenets, in
fact, derive directly from certain specific views of the academic discipline
of American Studies, which Marcus studied during his years at the University
of California, Berkeley, in the mid-to-late 1960s.2 Like many
scholars of American literature before him, Marcus constructed a view of
the rock 'n' roll tradition in order to explain the "exceptional" characteristics
of American culture. His primary assertion was that the rock 'n' roll
repertory should be understood not as an expression of certain subcultures
of class and race but rather as a musical expression of a more general
national identity. The author thus described his project as "an attempt to
broaden the context in which the music is heard; to deal with rock 'n' roll
not as youth culture, or counterculture, but simply as American culture."3
Paradoxicallyt, hen, rock 'n' roll was best understooda s a culturalf orm
that worked against the American grain, because of its "antiestablishment"
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