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Any night of the week : a D.I.Y. history of Toronto music, 1957-2001

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    Coach House Books, 2020
    Note: This book was purchased with support from the Government of Canada's Social Development Partnerships Program - Disability Component.

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  • Edition: First edition
    Date:
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    2020
    Summary:

    "The first book to tell the story of Toronto's massive influence on popular music. Part civic history and part memoir from this veteran scene-builder and founder of the acclaimed Wavelength concert series, From the Top charts the evolution of Toronto's diverse independent music scene in the latter half of the 20th century. From the Yorkville and Yonge Street scenes that spawned Joni Mitchell, Neil Young, and The Band in the '60s, through to the hip-hop, indie rock, and electronica-laden nineties, with acts like Broken Social Scene, Maestro Fresh-Wes, and Peaches, Dovercourt tells the story of how key venues, neighbourhoods, artists and promoters laid the groundwork for this provincial outpost to grow into a music mecca."--

    Contents:
    • Cover
    • Praise for Any Night of the Week
    • Title Page
    • Copyright Page
    • Table of Contents
    • Introduction
    • yonge Street, 1957-65
    • yorkville, 1960-68
    • Jamaica to Toronto, 1967-75
    • Aftermath: Cancon and Back to the Strip, 1968-75
    • Intersystems + Syrinx: Acid, Synths, & Chance, 1967-72
    • Start Spadina, 1971-77
    • Rough Trade: Pleasures of the Flesh, 1974-86
    • The Garys: Please Welcome ... , 1976-83
    • Punk Crashes, Burns, Invents Queen West, 1976-78
    • Martha and the Muffins: Faraway in Time, 1977
    • -The Government: The Band Was A Good Band, 1977-83 Last Call for Downtown Dives, 1979-86
    • Ready records: Architects of the World, 1979-85
    • Truths and rights + Mojah: Original roots, 1977-83
    • Queen West: The A-List Assembles, 1981-84
    • Fifth Column: We Dug a Trench, 1980-95
    • The Club Boom, 1984-87
    • Shadowy Men on a Shadowy Planet: Having an Average Weekend, 1984-94
    • Rheostatics: Canadian Dream, 1978
    • -The Export Boom, 1987-91
    • Toronto Hip-Hop's First Wave, 1989-91
    • Phleg Camp: In the rocket's red Glare, 1989-93
    • Go West: The Drake Before the Drake (And Drake), 1991-93 King Cobb Steelie: When Will This Struggle End?, 1991-2014
    • GuH + Slow Loris: The Twenty-Eight year Gig, 1991
    • -All Ages, All Hours, 1993-96
    • Kat rocket: The Art of Never Winning, 1992-99
    • Ghetto Concept: Certified Motion, 1992
    • -Queen West: The (Counterculture) Establishment Digs In, 1995-97
    • Do Make Say Think: Highway 420, 1995
    • -The Last rock Show: College Street rises up, 1997-99
    • Da Grassroots + LAL: Let's Just Create Our Da Grassroots + LAL: Let's Just Create Our
    • The First Wavelength: Beginning at the Ends, 1999-2001
    • Broken Social Scene: Cause = Time, 1999- Epilogue: Any Corner of the City
    • Bibliography
    • Photo Credits
    • Acknowledgments
    • About the Author
    Sujets: Popular music
    Original Publisher: Toronto, Coach House Books
    Language(s): English
    ISBN: 9781770566095, 1770566090, 9781770566088, 1770566082