Psychotic Reactions and Carburetor Dung Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

Lester Bangs
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Two Testaments

• The first essay is written from the perspective of a 90-year old man.

• Count Five is a band which is a derivative of the Yardbirds.

• "Astral Weeks" is an album the author considers to be a major source of hope for those in the 1960s.

• Bangs talks about a song which challenges the listen to love for their fragility and the failings.

Blowing It Up, Part One

• Bangs defends the Stooges and their front man, Iggy Pop.

• Bangs believes that simpler bands turned into inspiration for more arty bands, though this is not the route they should have taken, in his opinion.

• Musical illiteracy, according to Bangs, is a truer form of rock and roll.

Blowing It Up, Part Two

• Bangs discusses the British band, the Troggs.

• "Wild Thing" is a celebration of rock and roll, according to Bangs.

• Bangs fantasizes about murdering James Taylor.

• Bangs...

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