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作者 Ward, Brian, 1961-
書名 Just my soul responding : rhythm and blues, Black consciousness, and race relations / Brian Ward
出版項 Berkeley [Calif.] : University of California Press, 1998
國際標準書號 0520212975
9780520212978
0520212983
9780520212985
9781439503232
1439503230
1857281381
9781857281385
185728139X
9781857281392
book jacket
館藏地 索書號 處理狀態 OPAC 訊息 條碼
 歐美所圖書館3F西文書區  781.643 W2106 1998    在架上    30500101057993
說明 xi, 600 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 24 cm
text txt rdacontent
unmediated n rdamedia
volume nc rdacarrier
附註 Includes bibliographical references (pages 519-548) and index
pt. 1. Deliver me from the days of old -- ch. 1. "I hear you knocking ... ": from r & b to rock and roll -- ch. 2. "Down in the alley": sex, success and sociology among black vocal groups and shouters -- ch. 3. "Too much monkey business": race, rock and resistance -- ch. 4. "Our day will come": black pop, white pop and the sounds of integration -- pt. 2. People get ready -- ch. 5. "Can I get a witness?": civil rights, soul and secularization -- ch. 6. "Everybody needs somebody to love": southern soul, southern dreams, national stereotypes -- ch. 7. "All for one, and one for all": black enterprise, racial politics and the business of soul -- ch. 8. "On the outside looking in": rhythm and blues, celebrity politics and the civil rights movement -- pt. 3. One nation (divisible) under a groove -- ch. 9. "Tell it like it is": soul, funk and sexual politics in the black power era -- ch. 10. "Get up, get into it, get involoved": black music, black protest and the black power movement -- ch. 11. "Take that to the bank": corporate soul, black capitalism and disco fever
"Instead of seeing black music as a mere reflection of mass struggle, Ward argues that [rhythm and blues] ... formed a crucial public arena for battles over civil rights, racial identity, indidivual pride, and economic empowerment."--Back cover
American Book Award, 1999
主題 Rhythm and blues music -- History and criticism
African Americans -- Music -- History and criticism
Popular music -- United States -- History and criticism
African Americans -- Civil rights
Music and race
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