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Feeding the Soul Black Music, Black Thought

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ISBN-10: 088378226X

ISBN-13: 9780883782262

Edition: 2011

Authors: Diane D. Turner, James E. Adams, Uzee Brown, Kenneth M. Dossar, Errol A. Henderson

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An Africa-centered framework unifies these essays about misconceptions in standard accounts ofnbsp;the evolution ofnbsp;black music.nbsp;Topics are cross-disciplinary and include Africa and the African diaspora, American black popular music,nbsp;black consciousness and art, black message music, and the future of rap. Also included are poems by Nicole Sealey and Sandra Turner-Barnes; personalnbsp;narrativesnbsp;bynbsp;gospel music scholar James E. Adams and blues musiciannbsp;Byard Lancaster;nbsp;andnbsp;interviews withnbsp;Katherine DeChavis, Kenny Gamble, Wynton Marsalis, Trudy Pitts, Shirley Scott, Ira Tucker, and McCoy Tyner. Rare archival photographs ofnbsp;musical pioneers complete…    
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Book details

List price: $25.95
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: Third World Press
Publication date: 5/30/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 400
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.716
Language: English

Paddy Scannell worked for many years at the University of Westminster (London) where he and his colleagues established, in 1975, the first undergraduate degree program in Media Studies in the UK. He is a founding editor of Media, Culture and Society which began publication in 1979 and is now issued six times yearly. He is the author of A Social History of British Broadcasting, 1922-1939 which he wrote with David Cardiff, editor of Broadcast Talk and author of Radio, Television and Modern Life. He is currently working on a trilogy. The first volume, Media and Communication, was published in June 2007. Professor Scannell is now working on the second volume, Television and the Meaning of…