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Sounding off! : music as subversion/resistance/revolution

Author: Ronald B Sakolsky; Fred Wei-han Ho
Publisher: Brooklyn, N.Y. : Autonomedia, ©1995.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Music   Sound Recording : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Part 1: Theorizing music and social change: The sound of resistance - Utopian blues - Matriarchal music making - Beyond music - Polynoise - Knoise pearls - Plunderphonics - Creatigality - Fair use - Soul sonic forces: technology, orality, and black cultural practice in rap music - Alternative to what? - World beat and the cultural imperialism debate - Jazz, kreolization and revolutionary music for the 21st century;  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Sounding off!
Brooklyn, N.Y. : Autonomedia, ©1995
(OCoLC)654329727
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Book, Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Ronald B Sakolsky; Fred Wei-han Ho
ISBN: 1570270589 9781570270581 1570270260 9781570270260
OCLC Number: 34518335
Notes: LC copy lacks sound recording.
Description: 352 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Of compact disc: Vanhu Vatema / Thomas Mapfumo & The Blacks Unlimited Orchestra --
Nation time / Brother Resistance --
Nanny / Jean Binta Breeze --
The murder of Amilcar Cabral --
Kalamu Ya Salaam & Fred Ho --
Monkey's origin / Fred Ho & The Monkey Orchestra --
Exercise 3 / Performer's Workshop Ensemble --
Nightalters entrance / Hal Rammel --
Qazingulaza / Liz Was, Miekal And, & The Driftless Academy of Botanical Apparitions --
Condom couch / Carol Genetti --
Dab / John Oswald --
Twilight at Cafe Babylon / Scott Marshall --
1991 a cappella mix / Negativland --
Kop kulture / Sue Ann Harkey & Hakim Bey --
Don't do me any favors / Scott M.X. Turner --
The earth she is rocking / Batya Weinbaum.
Responsibility: edited by Ron Sakolsky and Fred Wei-han Ho.

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Part 1: Theorizing music and social change: The sound of resistance - Utopian blues - Matriarchal music making - Beyond music - Polynoise - Knoise pearls - Plunderphonics - Creatigality - Fair use - Soul sonic forces: technology, orality, and black cultural practice in rap music - Alternative to what? - World beat and the cultural imperialism debate - Jazz, kreolization and revolutionary music for the 21st century; Part II: In the belly of the beast: The screamers - Music guerrilla: an interview with Fred Wei-han Ho - Boyz from the Rez: an interview with Bobby Bee - Who bombed Judi Bari? - Timber!: an interview with Judi Bari - Shake, shake, whore of Babylon - Maximising rock and roll: an interview with Tim Yohannon - The Black Wedge tours: take something you care about and make it your life - The imaginal rave - Long live the humble audio cassette - Plagiarism: an interview with the Tape-beatles - Recontextualizing the production of 'new music'; Part III: Shattering the silence of the new world order: Us & dem - World music at the crossroads - The rattling of the drums: political expression in world music - Dub diaspora: off the page and into the streets - Nanny - Rapso rebellion: an interview with Brother Resistance - Thomas Mapfumo: the lion of Zimbabwe - Latin music in the new world order: salsa & beyond - The singer as priestess: interviews with Celina Gonzalez and Merceditas Valdes - Craft, raft and lifesaver: Aboriginal women musicians in the contemporary music industry - Palaam Uncle Sam: an interview with Musika and Musicians for Peace, Philippines - Playing other people' music: an interview with Royal Hartigan - Singing other peoples' songs.

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