Rock and roll-rebellious, individualistic, explosive-seems incongruent with modern Chinese society. Red Rock looks at the people and events that have created Chinese rock’s unique identity and tracks the music’s long journey from the Mao years to present. After boiling below the surface for over twenty years and now emerging from a thriving underground scene, Chinese rock holds within it the potential to smash its guitars on the global stage.
$6.99 (E-book) | ISBN 978-988-1998-26-2
$24.99 (Paperback) | ISBN 978-988-1998-24-8
Original writings by Simon Winchester, Michael Meyer, Deborah Fallows, Alan Paul, Susan Conley, and others. Edited by Tom Carter
Tom Nunlist (Ed.)
Gong & Seligman