Le choc du glam


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The Clash of Glam is a comprehensive history of glam in pop and rock, from Bowie to Ultravox, which succeeds, even as it looks back at artists of the sixties and seventies, to propel us into a reflection of total news on the links between music, image, identity and the history of ideas. It is about the genre and its performance – vocal, sartorial or literary -, the camp game between sincerity and detachment, and this glamor which the figures of the movement claimed. A glamor quite far from the idea that we have nowadays – generally linked to the fashion and luxury industries – and that Reynolds defines rather as a phenomenon of fascination, a magical halo enveloping certain creatures.

Weight 425 g
Dimensions 20.5 × 14 cm
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