Alan Rich. "Music at the Turn: A Memoir and a List." L.A. Weekly Jan. 8-14 1999: 26+. SIRS Renaissance. Web. 20 November 2009.
This source talks about the records and music soldiers listened too. While not specific to my topic in the sense it that it doesn’t go into detail about recording technology or how it spurred the evolution of music itself, it does talk about the ease and convenience of listening to music in very adverse situations. It also talks about the importance of the music in the soldiers lives.
The article also talks about the domestic impact music had. It describes the era that jazz emerged and flourished as euphoric. This relates to my project because my project is all about the effect recording music had on the American public. This article summarizes, through narrative, how people at home were reacting, even though it is not the articles focus.