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I'm not like everybody else : biopolitics, neoliberalism, and American popular music

Author: Jeffrey T Nealon
Publisher: Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, 2018.
Series: Provocations (Lincoln, Neb.)
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Despite the presence of the Flaming Lips in a commercial for a copier and Iggy Pop's music in luxury cruise advertisements, the author argues that popular music has not exactly been co-opted in the American capitalist present. Contemporary neoliberal capitalism has, in fact, found a central organizing use for the values of twentieth-century popular music: being authentic, being your own person, and being free. In  Read more...
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Nealon, Jeffrey T. (Jeffrey Thomas).
I'm not like everybody else.
Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, 2018
(DLC) 2017056179
(OCoLC)1015269846
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jeffrey T Nealon
ISBN: 9781496210951 1496210956 9781496210975 1496210972
OCLC Number: 1048895625
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Intro; Series Page; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Acknowledgments; Provocations; Introduction; 1. Biopower Blues; 2. Steal Your Face; 3. Not for Sale; 4. A Genealogy of Popular Music and Authenticity; 5. Good Rockin' Tonite; 6. Musical Community, from In- to Excorporation; 7. Capitalism, from Meaning to Usage; 8. In the Mood; 9. Will There Be Music?; 10. Bourdieu, Bourdon't; 11. Everywhere, All the Time; Notes; About Jeffrey T. Nealon; Series List.
Series Title: Provocations (Lincoln, Neb.)
Responsibility: Jeffrey T. Nealon.

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Despite the presence of the Flaming Lips in a commercial for a copier and Iggy Pop's music in luxury cruise advertisements, the author argues that popular music has not exactly been co-opted in the American capitalist present. Contemporary neoliberal capitalism has, in fact, found a central organizing use for the values of twentieth-century popular music: being authentic, being your own person, and being free. In short, not being like everybody else. Through a consideration of the shift in dominant modes of power in the American twentieth and twenty-first centuries, from what Michel Foucault calls a dominant "disciplinary" mode of power to a "biopolitical" mode, the author argues that the modes of musical "resistance" need to be completely rethought and that a commitment to musical authenticity or meaning - saying "no" to the mainstream - is no longer primarily where we might look for music to function against the grain.

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"This project clears a path through the stalemate of the 'authenticity' (an enduring watchword of most popular musicological scholarship) debate and boldly goes where few others have dared to go. As Read more...

 
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