Popular Music Studies Reader

ISBN-10: 0415307104
ISBN-13: 9780415307109
Edition: 2005
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Book details

List price: $54.95
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Routledge
Publication date: 12/15/2005
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 432
Size: 6.75" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.166
Language: English

Notes on editors
Notes on contributors
Acknowledgements
Introduction
Music as Sound, Music as Text
Introduction to Part One
In the Groove or Blowing Your Mind?: The Pleasures of Musical Repetition
This is Not a Story My People Tell: Musical Time and Space According to Laurie Anderson
'Home is Living Like a Man on the Run': John Cale's Welsh Atlantic
Family Values in Music?: Billie Holiday's and Bing Crosby's 'I'll Be Seeing You'
Subjectivity and Soundscape, Motorbikes and Music
Making Music
Introduction to Part Two
Little Girl Blue
Black Sound, Black Body: Jimi Hendrix, the Electric Guitar, and the Meanings of Blackness
Making Up and Showing Off: What Musicians Do
War in the Jungle
Liveness: Performance and the Anxiety of Simulation
Subcultures, Scenes and Tribes
Introduction to Part Three
Understanding Hipness: 'Subcultural Capital' as Feminist Tool
Subcultures or Neotribes?: Rethinking the Relationship Between Youth, Style and Musical Taste
Punk Rock at Raul's: The Performance of Contradiction
Rules of Rebellion: Slamdancing, Moshing and the American Alternative Scene
'Roots'?: The Relationship Between the Global and the Local within the Extreme Metal Scene
Popular Music and Everyday Life
Introduction to Part Four
Music and Self-Identity
Filmic Cities: The Aesthetic Experience of the Personal-Stereo User
'Beautiful Music': The Rise of Easy-Listening FM
Scanning: Aether Talk
Musical Diasporas
Introduction to Part Five
"'Jewels Brought from Bondage': Black Music and the Politics of Authenticity"
Zouk and the Isles of the Caribees
The Local and Global in North African Popular Music
Asian Kool?: Bhangra and Beyond
Technobanda and the Politics of Identity
Voices from the Margins: Rap Music and Contemporary Cultural Production
Music Industry
Introduction to Part Six
The Industrialization of Music
Musicians in Hollywood: Work and Technological Change in Entertainment Industries, 1926-1940
The British Dance Music Industry: A Case Study of Independent Cultural Production
Profiting from Creativity? The Music Industry in Stockholm, Sweden and Kingston, Jamaica
Popular Music and Technology
Introduction to Part Seven
The Material Heterogeneity of Recorded Sound
Rationalization and Democratization in the New Technologies of Popular Music
Music/Technology/Practice: Musical Knowledge in Action
Futurhythmachine: [An Interview with Kodwo Eshun]
Home on the Page: A Virtual Place of Music Community
Popular Music Media
Introduction to Part Eight
Commercial Radio and Popular Music: Processes of Selection and Factors of Influence
'Yo Quiero mi MTV!': Making Music Television for Latin America
Popular Songs and Comic Allusion in Contemporary Cinema
Anglo-American Music Journalism: Texts and Contexts
Popular Music, Gender and Sexuality
Introduction to Part Nine
Women Making Music: Some Material Constraints
Smells Like Teen Spirit: Riot Grrrls, Revolution, and Women in Independent Rock
Rethinking Issues of Gender and Sexuality in Led Zeppelin: A Woman's View of Pleasure and Power in Hard Rock
Women and the Early British Rave Scene
Housewives' Choice: Female Fans and Unmanly Men
References
Index

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