Dzika strona Ulicy. Lou Reed i Walk on the Wild Side
AbstractThe article discusses Lou Reed's "Walk On the Wild Side" - one of the most important songs in rock music history. Out of ethnographic insight on New York Lou Reed creates a story of the '60s, where - in opposition to a hippie utopia - the rational "money philosophy" dominates. Lou Reed also invites new actors of the big city life to the story, playing with pop culture consumer's taste and breaking its taboo.
|Journal series||Kultura Popularna, ISSN 1644-8340, e-ISSN 2391-6788, (B 10 pkt)|
|Publication size in sheets||0.5|
|Keywords in English||popular music; culture in the 1960's; urban culture|
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