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"Smells like teen spirit" : riot grrrls, revolution and women in independent rock / J Joanne Gottleib and Gayle Wald -- Rethinking issues of gender and sexuality in Led Zeppelin : a woman's view of pleasure and power in hard rock / Susan Fast -- Women and the early British rave scene / Maria Pini -- Housewives choice : female fans and unmanly men / Richard Smith.
Jewels brought from bondage : Black music and the politics of authenticity / Paul Gilroy -- Zouk and the isles of the Caribees / Jocelyn Guilbault -- The local and global in North African popular music / Tony Langlois -- Asian kool "bhangra and beyond " / Rupa Huq -- Technobanda and the politics of identity / Helena Simonet -- Voices from the margins : rap music and contemporary Black cultural production / Tricia Rose -- Part 6: Music industry : Introduction / Jason Toynbee -- The industrialisation of music / Simon Frith -- Musicians in Hollywood : work and technological change in entertainment industries, 1926-1940 / James P. Kraft -- The British dance music industry : a case study of independent cultural production / David Hesmondhalgh -- Creativity, profits and music : the cases of Stockholm and Kingston / Dominic Power and Daniel Hallencreutz -- Part 7: Popular music and technology: Introduction / Jason Toynbee --^
Part 3: Subcultures, scenes, and tribes: Introduction / Andy Bennett -- Understanding hipness : "Subcultural capital" as feminist tool / Sarah Thornton -- Subcultures or neo-tribes? rethinking the relationship between youth, style and musical taste / Andy Bennett -- Punk rock at Raul's : the performance of contradiction / Barry Shank -- Rules of rebellion : slam dancing, moshing and the American alternative scene / William Tsitsos -- "Roots" : the relationship between the global and the local within the extreme metal scene / Keith Kahn-Harris -- Part 4: Popular music and everyday life: Introduction / Andy Bennett -- Music and self-identity / Tia DeNora -- Filmic cities : the aesthetic experience of the personal stereo user / Michael Bull -- "Beautiful music" : the rise of easy listening FM / Joseph Lanza -- "Scanning : aether talk" / David Toop -- Part 5: Musical diasporas: Introduction / Barry Shank --^
The material heterogeneity of recorded sound / Rick Altman. Rationalisation and democratization in the new technologies of popular music / Andrew Goodwin -- Music/technology/practice : music technology in action / Paul Thγberge -- Futurrhythmachine / Kodwo Eshun -- Home on the page : a virtual place of music community / Marjorie D. Kibby -- Part 8: Popular music media: Introduction / Andy Bennett -- Commercial radio and popular music : processes of selection and factors of influence / Eric W. Rothenbuhler and Tom McCourt -- "Yo quiero mi MTV!" : making music television for Latin America / Bob Hanke -- Popular songs and comic allusion in contemporary cinema / Paul Smith -- Anglo-American music journalism : texts and contexts / Dave Laing -- Part 9: Popular music, gender and sexuality: Introduction / Jason Toynbee -- Women making music : some material constraints / Mavis Bayton --^
Introduction / Andy Bennett, Barry Shank and Jason Toynbee Part 1: Music as sound, music as text: Introduction / Barry Shank -- In the groove, or blowing your mind : the pleasures of musical repetition / Richard Middleton -- This is not a story my people tell : musical time and space according to Laurie Anderson / Susan McClary -- Home is living like a man on the run : John Cale's Welsh Atlantic / Dai Griffiths -- Family values in music : Billie Holiday's and Bing Crosby's "I'll be seeing you" / David Brackett -- Subjectivity and soundscape, motorbikes and music / Phil Tagg -- Part 2: Making music: Introduction / Barry Shank -- Little girl blue / Alice Echols -- Black sound, black body : Jimi Hendrix, the electric guitar and the meaning of blackness / Steve Waksman -- Making up and showing off : what musicians do / Jason Toynbee -- War in the jungle / Simon Reynolds -- Liveness : performance and the anxiety of simulation / Paul Auslander --^