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Music -- History and criticism

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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3206 Collections and/or Records:

"#0. Interviews Pfunk"; Ed Ward intervies with George Clinton and Bootsy of Parliament Funkadelic., 1978, 1982

 File — Box 3675, Folder: 6
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Archival material pertaining to the life and career of writier and rock historian, Ed Ward (1948-2021). Materials dating 1962-2019 include interview transcripts (musicians, bands, music industry icons), memorabilia and ephemera pertaining to Ward’s staff positions with Rolling Stone and the Austin American-Statesman, early writings, copies of the Antioch College McDowell Weakly, research materials (including reporter’s notebooks, notepads and index cards) pertaining to music, art, food and...
Dates: 1978, 1982

1 Copy, signed

 File — Box 1932, Folder: 15
Abstract From the Series:

Newspaper articles, SXSW and ACL programs, and drafts for the John T. Davis archive. This collection includes a wide expanse of Davis’s articles from 1980-2010, including articles from Davis’s music review column in the Austin-American Statesman. This collection also contains official SXSW and ACL music and program guides, as well as drafts of Davis’s comprehensive ACL book, Austin City Limits: 25 Years of Music.

Dates: 1980 - 2010

1 Copy, unsigned

 File — Box 1932, Folder: 16
Abstract From the Series:

Newspaper articles, SXSW and ACL programs, and drafts for the John T. Davis archive. This collection includes a wide expanse of Davis’s articles from 1980-2010, including articles from Davis’s music review column in the Austin-American Statesman. This collection also contains official SXSW and ACL music and program guides, as well as drafts of Davis’s comprehensive ACL book, Austin City Limits: 25 Years of Music.

Dates: 1980 - 2010

"#1. Interviews"; Typed interview transcripts with Ed Ward and REM, Lloyd Cole, Joe Ely, Max Roach, Willie Nelson (2), Bill Graham, Smokey Robinson, Huskers and Joe Gracey., 1986-1988

 File — Box 3675, Folder: 7
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Archival material pertaining to the life and career of writier and rock historian, Ed Ward (1948-2021). Materials dating 1962-2019 include interview transcripts (musicians, bands, music industry icons), memorabilia and ephemera pertaining to Ward’s staff positions with Rolling Stone and the Austin American-Statesman, early writings, copies of the Antioch College McDowell Weakly, research materials (including reporter’s notebooks, notepads and index cards) pertaining to music, art, food and...
Dates: 1986-1988

1st ACL Fest, 2002

 File — Box 1934, Folder: 22
Abstract From the Series:

Newspaper articles, SXSW and ACL programs, and drafts for the John T. Davis archive. This collection includes a wide expanse of Davis’s articles from 1980-2010, including articles from Davis’s music review column in the Austin-American Statesman. This collection also contains official SXSW and ACL music and program guides, as well as drafts of Davis’s comprehensive ACL book, Austin City Limits: 25 Years of Music.

Dates: 2002

2 for 1 drink ban cover, January, 1985

 Item — Box 25
Series Description From the Series:

This series contains a near-complete run of the newspaper from 1975-2018.

Dates: Publication: January, 1985

"#2. Interviews"; typed interview transcripts with Ed Ward and Doug Sahm, Iggy Pop, Bloomfield Hendrix Review, Country Joe and the Fish, Huey Meaux, Darrell MC, Moe Bandy, No Sisters, Pattie Smith, Standing Waves, Texas Tapes: Hondo Crouch, Les Blank, TVTV: Hudson Marquez (Ant Farm) and Scope, Nashville Tapes: Braddock and Van Hoy, undated

 File — Box 3675, Folder: 8
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Archival material pertaining to the life and career of writier and rock historian, Ed Ward (1948-2021). Materials dating 1962-2019 include interview transcripts (musicians, bands, music industry icons), memorabilia and ephemera pertaining to Ward’s staff positions with Rolling Stone and the Austin American-Statesman, early writings, copies of the Antioch College McDowell Weakly, research materials (including reporter’s notebooks, notepads and index cards) pertaining to music, art, food and...
Dates: undated

“2 Storage Set A” and “2 Storage Set B” [3 Floppy Discs]

 File — Box 1928, Folder: 18
Abstract From the Series:

Newspaper articles, SXSW and ACL programs, and drafts for the John T. Davis archive. This collection includes a wide expanse of Davis’s articles from 1980-2010, including articles from Davis’s music review column in the Austin-American Statesman. This collection also contains official SXSW and ACL music and program guides, as well as drafts of Davis’s comprehensive ACL book, Austin City Limits: 25 Years of Music.

Dates: 1980 - 2010

2M correspondence, book contract with Little, Brown, & Co.

 File — Box 1, Folder: 2
Series Description From the Series: Maintained by Bill Crawford, the Crawford Files constitute the bulk of the record group and reflect Crawford's original order. The records on the Research Materials subseries, 1994-1993, document the primary and secondary research of Stevie Ray Vaughan's life conducted largely by Bill Crawford. Included are a large quantity of interview transcripts and audiotapes, a copy of Stevie Ray Vaughan's death certificate, and Vaughan family genealogical material. Of special note are numerous...
Dates: 1981-1993

"#3. Interview Costello"; Marcus/Elvis Costello interview., August 1982

 File — Box 3675, Folder: 9
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Archival material pertaining to the life and career of writier and rock historian, Ed Ward (1948-2021). Materials dating 1962-2019 include interview transcripts (musicians, bands, music industry icons), memorabilia and ephemera pertaining to Ward’s staff positions with Rolling Stone and the Austin American-Statesman, early writings, copies of the Antioch College McDowell Weakly, research materials (including reporter’s notebooks, notepads and index cards) pertaining to music, art, food and...
Dates: August 1982

"#4. Interviews Bloomfield"; Typed interview transcripts with Ed Ward and Charlie Musselwhite, John Hammond, Jr., Michael Bloomfield, B.B. King, Muddy Waters, Kooper Godberg, Ryder, Paul Butterfield, Dorothy and Norman Dayron, undated

 File — Box 3675, Folder: 10
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Archival material pertaining to the life and career of writier and rock historian, Ed Ward (1948-2021). Materials dating 1962-2019 include interview transcripts (musicians, bands, music industry icons), memorabilia and ephemera pertaining to Ward’s staff positions with Rolling Stone and the Austin American-Statesman, early writings, copies of the Antioch College McDowell Weakly, research materials (including reporter’s notebooks, notepads and index cards) pertaining to music, art, food and...
Dates: undated

4th B Way

 File — Box 4, Folder: 3
Series Description From the Series:

The promotional material series is predominately made up of photographic and printed material sent to Patoski from music, television and film production companies, record companies, and talent agencies. Other promotional materials in this series include catalogs, newsletters, festival advertisements, press releases and ephemera all relating to the music industry.

Dates: 1978-1998, undated

"#5. Interviews Bloomfield"; Typed interview transcripts with Ed Ward, et al with Christy, Dan McClosky, Susan, Bloomfield/Yates, Nick Again, notes of Naftalin tape, Gravenites, undated

 File — Box 3675, Folder: 11
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Archival material pertaining to the life and career of writier and rock historian, Ed Ward (1948-2021). Materials dating 1962-2019 include interview transcripts (musicians, bands, music industry icons), memorabilia and ephemera pertaining to Ward’s staff positions with Rolling Stone and the Austin American-Statesman, early writings, copies of the Antioch College McDowell Weakly, research materials (including reporter’s notebooks, notepads and index cards) pertaining to music, art, food and...
Dates: undated

"#6. Interviews the Strip"; Typed interview transcripts - Strip Tapes I-V, Ed Ward with Kim Foley, Rodney Bingenheimer, Corb Donahue, Dennis Bruce, Michelle Myer, undated

 File — Box 3675, Folder: 12
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Archival material pertaining to the life and career of writier and rock historian, Ed Ward (1948-2021). Materials dating 1962-2019 include interview transcripts (musicians, bands, music industry icons), memorabilia and ephemera pertaining to Ward’s staff positions with Rolling Stone and the Austin American-Statesman, early writings, copies of the Antioch College McDowell Weakly, research materials (including reporter’s notebooks, notepads and index cards) pertaining to music, art, food and...
Dates: undated

6th Anniversary Issue cover, April, 1980

 Item — Box 25
Series Description From the Series:

This series contains a near-complete run of the newspaper from 1975-2018.

Dates: Publication: April, 1980

"#7 - Writings A-L"; Pieces written by Ed Ward for the American Way, Blue's Book, Boston Phoenix, Buzzworm, Creem, Examiner Image, Diversion, Image and the L.A. Times. Some pieces are edited, undated

 File — Box 3675, Folder: 13
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Archival material pertaining to the life and career of writier and rock historian, Ed Ward (1948-2021). Materials dating 1962-2019 include interview transcripts (musicians, bands, music industry icons), memorabilia and ephemera pertaining to Ward’s staff positions with Rolling Stone and the Austin American-Statesman, early writings, copies of the Antioch College McDowell Weakly, research materials (including reporter’s notebooks, notepads and index cards) pertaining to music, art, food and...
Dates: undated

8 ½ Souvenirs

 File — Box 2969, Folder: 45
Abstract From the Series:

Additions to the John T. Davis Accessions include his extensive subject files, arranged alphabetically by artist. Contents vary, but typically include promotional photographs, Davis’ writings and interview notes, press releases, newspaper clippings, and other ephemera. Not everything in the folders is listed below, but when they exist, photos, interviews, and select items are noted. Folders titles are Davis’.

Dates: 1980 - 2010

"#8 - Writings M-Z Carbons"; Pieces written by Ed Ward for Memories, Mother Jones, The New Yorker, Rolling Stone, Survivors, Texas Monthly, Us, Voice, Woshington Post Style, WaxPaper, Xtra. Typescript, carbons with some edited pieces and notes, undated

 File — Box 3675, Folder: 14
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Archival material pertaining to the life and career of writier and rock historian, Ed Ward (1948-2021). Materials dating 1962-2019 include interview transcripts (musicians, bands, music industry icons), memorabilia and ephemera pertaining to Ward’s staff positions with Rolling Stone and the Austin American-Statesman, early writings, copies of the Antioch College McDowell Weakly, research materials (including reporter’s notebooks, notepads and index cards) pertaining to music, art, food and...
Dates: undated

"#9 - Writings Misc."; Pieces Written by Ed Ward. Typescript, photocopies, printouts, some pieces edited, undated, 1972

 File — Box 3675, Folder: 15
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Archival material pertaining to the life and career of writier and rock historian, Ed Ward (1948-2021). Materials dating 1962-2019 include interview transcripts (musicians, bands, music industry icons), memorabilia and ephemera pertaining to Ward’s staff positions with Rolling Stone and the Austin American-Statesman, early writings, copies of the Antioch College McDowell Weakly, research materials (including reporter’s notebooks, notepads and index cards) pertaining to music, art, food and...
Dates: undated, 1972

"#10 - Writings Berlin"; "West Berlin: The Last Days" by Ed Ward. Edited story, correspondence, 1989-1990

 File — Box 3675, Folder: 16
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Archival material pertaining to the life and career of writier and rock historian, Ed Ward (1948-2021). Materials dating 1962-2019 include interview transcripts (musicians, bands, music industry icons), memorabilia and ephemera pertaining to Ward’s staff positions with Rolling Stone and the Austin American-Statesman, early writings, copies of the Antioch College McDowell Weakly, research materials (including reporter’s notebooks, notepads and index cards) pertaining to music, art, food and...
Dates: 1989-1990