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Lashua, Brett

Sounds and the City

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: Sounds and the City
Brett Lashua, Stephen Wagg, Karl Spracklen

Part I. Cities of Origin?

2. Heart of the Country? The Construction of Nashville as the Capital of Country Music
Diane Pecknold

3. Birmingham’s Postindustrial Metal
Deena Weinstein

4. Black and Brown Get Down: Cultural Politics, Chicano Music, and Hip Hop in Racialized Los Angeles
Anthony Macías

5. Juidos ‘n’ Decaf Italians: Irony, Blasphemy, and Jewish Shtick
Steven Lee Beeber

Part II. Consumption, Hybridization, and Globalization

6. ‘Why I Decided to Pretend I was American, I Will Never Know’: Rock ‘n’ Roll and ‘The Sixties’ in an English Town
Stephen Wagg

7. Tamla Motown in the UK: Transatlantic Reception of American Rhythm and Blues
Andrew Flory

8. ‘How Many Divisions Does Ozzy Osbourne Have?’ Some Thoughts on Politics, Heavy Metal Music, and the ‘Clash of Civilizations’
Stephen Wagg

9. Indieglobalization and the Triumph of Punk in Indonesia
Jeremy Wallach

10. Sounds of a ‘Rotting City’: Punk in Russia’s Arctic Hinterland
Hilary Pilkington

11. True Norwegian Black Metal — The Globalized, Mythological Reconstruction of the Second Wave of Black Metal in 1990s Oslo
Karl Spracklen

12. Continental Drift: The Politics and Poetics of African Hip Hop
Paul Khalil Saucier

13. One Day on Earth: Music, Documentary Film-Making, and Global Soundscapes
Brett Lashua, Joseph Minadeo

14. Intersecting Rhythms: The Spatial Production of Local Canadian Heavy Metal and Urban Aboriginal Hip Hop in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Karen M. Fox, Gabrielle Riches

Part III. Music, Heritage, and Urban Policy

15. Reconstruction’s Soundtrack
Eric Porter

16. We’re Going to Graceland: Globalization and the Reimagining of Memphis
Wanda Rushing

17. Characterizing the Cold War: Music and Memories of Berlin, 1960–1989
John Schofield

18. Outback Elvis: Musical Creativity in Rural Australia
John Connell, Chris Gibson

19. In Search of ‘Independent’ Brisbane: Music, Memory, and Cultural Heritage
Andy Bennett, Ian Rogers

20. Afterword: Reflections on Popular Music, Place, and Globalization
Stephen Wagg, Karl Spracklen, Brett Lashua

Keywords: Cultural and Media Studies, Music, Urban Studies/Sociology, Regional and Cultural Studies, Sociology of Culture, Sociology of Sport and Leisure, Cultural Studies

Editor
 
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2014
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Leisure Studies in a Global Era
Page amount
335 pages
Category
Art, Art History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137283115
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-44890-6

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