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Author Hayes, Eileen M
Title Songs in Black and Lavender : Race, Sexual Politics, and Women's Music
Imprint Baltimore : University of Illinois Press, 2010
©2010
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Descript 1 online resource (249 pages)
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Series African Amer Music in Global Perspective Ser
African Amer Music in Global Perspective Ser
Note Cover -- title page -- copyright -- Contents -- FOREWORD by Linda Tillery -- INTRODUCTION -- 1. Diary of a Mad Black Woman Festigoer -- 2. Reconnaissance: Entering a Music Festival Scene -- 3. After the Golden Age: Negotiating Perspective -- 4. Nappy (and Deep) Roots: Streams of Musical and Political Influence -- 5. "Ideal Relationships": Women's Music Audiences -- 6. Redistricting: Gay and Black Outdoors -- 7. Legacy: Musicians of the Next Generation -- 8. Working for the Weekend: Festival Organizers and Workers -- 9. Guys like Us: Community Membership Revisited -- CONCLUSION -- DREAMGIRLS: A STAR-GAZER'S GUIDE TO MUSICIANS -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- NOTES -- DISCOGRAPHY OF BLACK MUSICIANS IN WOMEN'S MUSIC -- BIBLIOGRAPHY -- INDEX
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Link Print version: Hayes, Eileen M. Songs in Black and Lavender : Race, Sexual Politics, and Women's Music Baltimore : University of Illinois Press,c2010 9780252035142
Subject Women's music - History and criticism
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Alt Author Tillery, Linda
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