Music for the Anthology, 1970-1979

These music and video pages have been set up to allow visitors to listen to some of the songs that are going to be discussed in the anthology Rock and Romanticism. This page is dedicated to music from the 1970s.

Contributor Paper Title and Music
Gary Tandy “I Wandered Lonely as a Rock Star: Jackson Browne and Neil Young as Romantic Lyricists,” Neil Young, “Heart of Gold,” 1971, among others.
Robert McParland “Imagination, Power Chords, and the Visionary Company,” Yes (among others), “Clap,” 1971.
Seth Wilson “Romanticizing and De-romanticizing the Past: Keats, Tolkien, and Led Zeppelin’s ‘Stairway to Heaven,'” Led Zeppelin, “Stairway to Heaven,” 1971.
Gretchen Smith “More than a Muse: Janis Joplin, Carole King, Joni Mitchell, and Stevie Nicks,” Carole King, Tapestry, 1971, among others.
Dan Lambert “The Romanticism of the Rock Instrumental ‘Frankenstein,'” Edgar Winter Group, “Frankenstein,” 1972.
David Hogsette “Escaping the Caves of Ice: Rush and the Romantic Quest for Creative Independence and Visionary Progressive Music,” Rush, 2112, 1976, and other albums.
Paul Rowe “David Bowie the Romantic Artist and Thinker: Another Look at ‘The Berlin Triptych.'” David Bowie, “Heroes,” 1977.
Amrita Sarkar “Kate Bush, Wuthering Heights, and Dark Romanticism.” Kate Bush, “Wuthering Heights,” 1979

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