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Soul covers : rhythm and blues remakes and the struggle for artistic identity : (Aretha Franklin, Al Green, Phoebe Snow)

Author: Michael Awkward
Publisher: Durham : Duke University Press, 2007.
Series: Refiguring American music.
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Cultural and literary study of the construction of racial and artistic identity in soul cover albums of three popular artists--Aretha Franklin, Al Green, and Phoebe Snow.

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Named Person: Aretha Franklin; Al Green; Phoebe Snow; Al Green, Musiker.; Aretha Franklin
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Awkward
ISBN: 9780822339809 0822339803 9780822339977 0822339978
OCLC Number: 73993699
Description: xxvii, 246 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: "She's the next one" : Aretha Franklin's Unforgettable : a tribute to Dinah Washington and the black women's vocal legacy --
"Something like wholeness" : Al Green's Call me and the struggle for thematic integrity --
"Miss Snow, are you black?" : second childhood and the cultural politics of musical style in the post-civil rights era.
Series Title: Refiguring American music.
Other Titles: Rhythm and blues remakes and the struggle for artistic identity
Responsibility: Michael Awkward.
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"With Soul Covers, Awkward weds his devotion to close reading to his appreciation of rhythm and blues and soul music, creating a book that stands out as unique among the scholarship and criticism on Read more...

 
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