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The Routledge history of social protest in popular music /

edited by Jonathan C. Friedman.

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Names: Friedman, Jonathan C.,
Published: New York : Routledge, 2013.
Series: Routledge histories.
Topics: Popular music - Political aspects. | Popular music - Social aspects. | Protest songs - History and criticism. | Protest movements - Songs and music.
Genres: Criticism, interpretation, etc. | Music.
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505 00|tWhat is social protest music? : one historian's perspective /|rJonathan Friedman --|tAfrican-American protest music in the 19th century /|rBurton Peretti --|tGod, garrison, and the ground : the Hutchinson Family Singers and the origins of commercial protest music /|rScott Gac --|tSolidarity forever : music and the labor movement in the United States /|rBenjamin Bierman --|tSonic opposition : protesting racial violence before civil rights /|rKatherine Turner -- Jewish voices of protest on Broadway : from The eternal road to The cradle will rock and beyond /|rJonathan Friedman --|tAntiwar protest in popular music in the United States, 1917-1970 /|rRobert Kodosky --|tBob Dylan : an american tragedian /|rKile Jones --|tA screaming comes across the dial : country, folk, and atomic protest music /|rRob Weiner and John Cline --|tA soul message : R & B, soul, and the black freedom struggle /|rJames Smethurst --|tSocietal visions in progressive rock /|rEdward Macan --|tRadical protest in rock : Zappa, Lennon, and Garcia /|rJacqueline Edmondson and Rob Weiner --|tFalling into fancy fragments : punk, protest and politics /|rTravis Jackson --|tWomen, rap, and hip-hop : the challenge of image /|rGail Hilson Woldu --|tI predict a riot : Riot Grrls and the contradiction of feminism /|rShayna Maskell --|tAnger is a gift : post-Cold War rock and the anti-capitalist movement /|rDavid Robinson --|tConcerts for a cause (or 'cause we can?) /|rH. Louise Davis --|tWhat every revolution should know : a musical model of global protest /|rIngrid Bianca Byerly --|tRevolutionary words : reggae's evolution from protest to mainstream /|rStephen A. King and P. Renee Foster --|t"We need more than love" : three generations of North American indigenous protest singers /|rElyse Carten Vosen --|tEuropean pop music and the notion of protest /|rAnna Piotrowska --|tLead-made flowers : political and cultural protest in Brazilian popular music /|rRicardo Santhiago --|tSongs for freedom : South African music and the struggle against apartheid /|rMark Malisa --|t"Sorrow, tears, and blood" : Fela Anikulapo Kuti and protest in Nigeria /|rSaheed Aderinto --|tTelling the truth and commenting reality : "harsh criticism" in Guinea-Bissau's intervention music /|rAnne-Kristin Borszik --|tDeglamorizing protest : the politics of "song and dance" in popular Indian cinema /|rPrakash Kona --|tProtesting Australia : convict theatre and Kelly ballads /|rStephen Gaunson --|tProtest rock in communist China /|rDennis Rea --|tConclusion : popular protest music in history /|rAllan Moore.
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