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The popular music studies reader

Author: Jason Toynbee; Andy Bennett; Barry Shank
Publisher: New York : Routledge, 2005.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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'The Popular Music Studies Reader' maps the changing nature of popular music over the last decade and considers how popular music studies has expanded and developed to deal with these changes.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jason Toynbee; Andy Bennett; Barry Shank
ISBN: 0415307090 0415307104 9780415307093 9780415307109
OCLC Number: 224821118
Description: xxii, 408 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: Introduction / Andy Bennett, Barry Shank and Jason Toynbee --
pt. 1. Music as sound, music as text --
Introduction to part one / Barry Shank --
1. In the groove or blowing your mind? : the pleasures of musical repetition / Richard Middleton --
2. This is not a story my people tell : musical time and space according to Laurie Anderson / Susan McClary --
3. 'Home is living like a man on the run' : John Cale's Welsh Atlantic / Dai Griffiths --
4. Family values in music? : Billie Holiday's and Bing Crosby's 'I'll be seeing you' / David Brackett --
5. Subjectivity and soundscape, motorbikes and music / Philip Tagg --
pt. 2. Making music --
Introduction to part two / Barry Shank --
6. Little girl blue / Alice Echols --
7. Black sound, black body : Jimi Hendrix, the electric guitar, and the meanings of blackness / Steve Waksman --
8. Making up and showing off : what musicians do / Jason Toynbee --
9. War in the jungle / Simon Reynolds --
10. Liveness : performance and the anxiety of simulation / Philip Auslander --
pt. 3. Subcultures, scenes and tribes --
Introduction to part three / Andy Bennett --
11. Understanding hipness : 'subcultural capital' as feminist tool / Sarah Thornton --
12. Subcultures or neotribes? : rethinking the relationship between youth, style and musical taste / Andy Bennett --
13. Punk rock at Raul's : the performance of contradiction / Barry Shank --
14. Rules of rebellion : slamdancing, moshing and the American alternative scene / William Tsitsos --
15. 'Roots'? : the relationship between the global and the local within the extreme metal scene / Keith Kahn-Harris --
pt. 4. Popular music and everyday life --
Introduction to part four / Andy Bennett --
16. Music and self-identity / Tia DeNora --
17. Filmic cities : the aesthetic experience of the personal-stereo user / Michael Bull --
18. 'Beautiful music' : the rise of easy-listening FM / Joseph Lanza --
19. Scanning : Aether talk / David Toop --
pt. 5. Musical diasporas --
Introduction to part five / Barry Shank --
20. "'Jewels brought from bondage' : black music and the politics of authenticity" / Paul Gilroy --
21. Zouk and the Isles of the Caribees / Jocelyne Guilbault --
22. The local and global in North African popular music / Tony Langlois --
23. Asian kool? : Bhangra and beyond / Rupa Huq --
24. Technobanda and the politics of identity / Helena Simonett --
25. Voices from the margins : rap music and contemporary cultural production / Tricia Rose --
pt. 6. Music industry --
Introduction to part six / Jason Toynbee --
26. The industrialization of music / Simon Frith --
27. Musicians in Hollywood : work and technological change in entertainment industries, 1926-1940 / James P. Kraft --
28. The British dance music industry : a case study of independent cultural production / David Hesmondhalgh --
29. Profiting from creativity? : the music industry in Stockholm, Sweden and Kingston, Jamaica / Dominic Power and Daniel Hallencreutz --
pt. 7. Popular music and technology --
Introduction to part seven / Jason Toynbee --
30. The material heterogeneity of recorded sound / Rick Altman --
31. Rationalization and democratization in the new technologies of popular music / Andrew Goodwin --
32. Music/technology/practice : musical knowledge in action / Paul Theberge --
33. Futurhythmachine : (an interview with Kodwo Eshun) / Kodwo Eshun --
34. Home on the page : a virtual place of music community / Marjorie D. Kibby --
pt. 8. Popular music media --
Introduction to part eight / Andy Bennett --
35. Commercial radio and popular music : processes of selection and factors of influence / Eric W. Rothenbuhler and Tom McCourt --
36. 'Yo Quiero Mi MTV!' : making music television for Latin America / Bob Hanke --
37. Popular songs and comic allusion in contemporary cinema / Jeff Smith --
38. Anglo-American music journalism : texts and contexts / Dave Laing --
pt. 9. Popular music, gender and sexuality --
Introduction to part nine / Jason Toynbee --
39. Women making music : some material constraints / Mavis Bayton --
40. Smells like teen spirit : riot grrrls, revolution, and women in independent rock / Joanne Gottlieb and Gayle Wald --
41. Rethinking issues of gender and sexuality in Led Zeppelin : a woman's view of pleasure and power in hard rock / Susan Fast --
42. Women and the early British rave scene / Maria Pini --
43. Housewives' choice : female fans and unmanly men / Richard Smith.
Responsibility: edited by Andy Bennett, Barry Shank, and Jason Toynbee.
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