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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Francesca T Royster
|Description:||1 online resource (p.)|
|Contents:||Introduction : Eccentric performance and embodied music in the post-soul moment --
Becoming post-soul : Eartha Kitt, the Stranger, and the melancholy pleasures of racial reinvention --
Stevie Wonder's "Quare" teachings and cross-species collaboration in Journey through the secret life of plants and other songs --
"Here's a chance to dance our way out of our constrictions" : P-Funk's black masculinity and the performance of imaginative freedom --
Michael Jackson, queer world making, and the trans erotics of voice, gender, and age --
"Feeling like a woman, looking like a man, sounding like a no-no" : Grace Jones and the performance of "Strang" in the post-soul moment --
Funking toward the future in Meshell Ndegeocello's The world has made me the man of my dreams --
Epilogue : Janelle Mon e's collective vision.
|Responsibility:||Francesca T. Royster.|
"Royster's reclaiming of eccentricity is a productive move that locates queerness and blackness in alliance against the structures of whiteness and (hetero)normativity. ... "Sounding Like a No-No"