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New Books in Music

By Marshall Poe

Interviews with Scholars of Music about their New Books

  1. 1.
    E. Douglas Bomberger, "Making Music American: 1917 and the Transformation of Culture" (Oxford UP, 2018)06/13/2019
    1:01:02
  2. 2.
    Bryan McCann, "The Mark of Criminality: Rhetoric, Race, and Gangsta Rap in the War-on-Crime Era" (U Alabama Press, 2017)06/12/2019
    1:01:00
  3. 3.
    Fernando Orejuela and Stephanie Shonekan, "Black Lives Matter and Music: Protest, Intervention, Reflection" (Indiana UP, 2018)05/07/2019
    56:43
  4. 4.
    Vivi Lachs, "Whitechapel Noise: Jewish Immigrant Life in Yiddish Song and Verse, London, 1884-1914" (Wayne State UP, 2018)04/25/2019
    36:08
  5. 5.
    René Weis, "The Real Traviata: The Song of Marie Duplessis" (Oxford UP, 2015)04/22/2019
    46:22
  6. 6.
    Randall Stephens, "The Devil’s Music: How Christians Inspired, Condemned, and Embraced Rock n’ Roll" (Harvard UP, 2018)04/10/2019
    52:36
  7. 7.
    Su'ad Abdul Khabeer, “Muslim Cool: Race, Religion, and Hip Hop in the United States” (NYU Press, 2016)04/05/2019
    1:05:32
  8. 8.
    Nancy Yunhwa Rao, "Chinatown Opera Theater in North America" (U Illinois Press, 2017)04/03/2019
    55:31
  1. 9.
    Levi S. Gibbs, "Song King: Connecting People, Places and Past in Contemporary China" (U Hawaii Press, 2018)04/02/2019
    1:03:05
  2. 10.
    Jules Evans, "The Art of Losing Control: A Philosopher's Search for Ecstatic Experience" (Canongate Books, 2017)03/28/2019
    1:11:36
  3. 11.
    Discussion of Massive Online Peer Review and Open Access Publishing03/19/2019
    30:24
  4. 12.
    Suk-Young Kim, "K-Pop Live: Fans, Idols, and Multimedia Performance" (Stanford UP, 2018)03/13/2019
    53:29
  5. 13.
    Jennifer Ronyak, "Intimacy, Performance, and the Lied in the Early Nineteenth Century" (Indiana UP, 2018)03/08/2019
    48:49
  6. 14.
    Nick Soulsby, "Sacrifice and Transcendence: The Oral History of Swans" (Jawbone Press, 2018)02/14/2019
    42:06
  7. 15.
    Robin Wallace, "Hearing Beethoven: A Story of Musical Loss and Discovery" (UChicago Press, 2018)02/07/2019
    55:55
  8. 16.
    Tim Mohr, "Burning Down the Haus: Punk Rock, Revolution, and the Fall of the Berlin Wall" (Algonquin Books, 2018)01/17/2019
    1:03:17
  9. 17.
    Katherine K. Preston, "Opera for the People: English-Language Opera and Women Managers in Late 19th-Century America" (Oxford UP, 2017)12/21/2018
    59:48
  10. 18.
    McKenzie Wark, "General Intellects: Twenty-One Thinkers for the Twenty-First Century" (Verso, 2017)12/06/2018
    1:01:16
  11. 19.
    John C. Hajduk, "Music Wars: Money, Politics, and Race in the Construction of Rock and Roll Culture, 1940–1960" (Lexington Books, 2018)12/03/2018
    1:00:40
  12. 20.
    Tracy Fessenden, “Religion Around Billie Holiday” (Penn State UP, 2018)11/14/2018
    58:01
  13. 21.
    Lee Bidgood, “Czech Bluegrass: Notes from the Heart of Europe” (U Illinois Press, 2017)11/14/2018
    57:38
  14. 22.
    R. C. Romano and C. B. Potter, “Historians on Hamilton: How a Blockbuster Musical is Restaging America’s Past” (Rutgers UP,11/07/2018
    1:04:50
  15. 23.
    Zachary Lechner, “The South of the Mind: American Imaginings of White Southernness, 1960–1980” (U Georgia Press, 2018)10/31/2018
    1:15:26
  16. 24.
    Robert Fink, Melinda Latour, and Zachary Wallmark, “The Relentless Pursuit of Tone: Timbre in Popular Music” (Oxford UP, 2018)10/12/2018
    1:14:08
  17. 25.
    Tala Jarjour, “Sense and Sadness: Syriac Chant in Aleppo” (Oxford UP, 2018)09/28/2018
    47:13
  18. 26.
    David García, “Listening for Africa: Freedom, Modernity, and the Logic of Black Music’s African Origins” (Duke UP, 2017)09/05/2018
    46:09
  19. 27.
    James P. Leary, “Folksongs of Another America: Field Recordings from the Upper Midwest, 1937–1946” (U Wisconsin Press, 2015)08/22/2018
    52:41
  20. 28.
    Naomi André, “Black Opera: History, Power, Engagement” (U Illinois Press, 2018)08/08/2018
    55:14
  21. 29.
    Ben Blackwell, “The Blue Series: The Story Behind the Color” (Third Man Books, 2017)07/25/2018
    1:01:25
  22. 30.
    Eli Maor, “Music by the Numbers: From Pythagoras to Schoenberg” (Princeton UP, 2018)07/18/2018
    54:42
  23. 31.
    David Novak and Matt Sakakeeny, “Keywords in Sound” (Duke UP, 2015)07/13/2018
    37:55
  24. 32.
    Rebekah J. Buchanan, “Writing a Riot: Riot Grrrl Zines and Feminist Rhetorics” (Peter Lang, 2018)07/09/2018
    47:00
  25. 33.
    M. L. Liebler, “Heaven Was Detroit: From Jazz to Hip-Hop and Beyond” (Wayne State UP, 2016)07/06/2018
    51:16
  26. 34.
    Denise Von Glahn, “Libby Larsen: Composing an American Life” (U Illinois Press,06/26/2018
    1:02:04
  27. 35.
    James Cook, “Memory Songs: A Personal Journey into the Music that Shaped the 90s” (Unbound, 2018)06/07/2018
    44:32
  28. 36.
    Charles Hughes, “Country Soul: Making Music and Making Race in the American South” (UNC Press, 2015)06/06/2018
    47:43
  29. 37.
    Christina Scharff, “Gender, Subjectivity, and Cultural Work: The Classical Music Profession” (Routledge, 2018)05/29/2018
    34:02
  30. 38.
    Michael Ramirez, “Destined for Greatness: Passions, Dreams, and Aspirations in a College Music Town” (Rutgers UP, 2018)05/18/2018
    47:08
  31. 39.
    Gillian M. Rodger, “Just One of the Boys: Female-to-Male Cross-Dressing on the American Variety Stage” (U Illinois Press, 2018)05/16/2018
    1:05:47
  32. 40.
    John Gennari, “Flavor and Soul: Italian America and Its African American Edge” (U Chicago Press, 2017)04/25/2018
    1:01:18
  33. 41.
    Imani Perry, “May We Forever Stand: A History of the Black National Anthem” (UNC Press, 2018)04/23/2018
    1:00:17
  34. 42.
    Marc Hertzman, “Making Samba: A New History of Race and Music in Brazil” (Duke UP, 2013)04/19/2018
    46:19
  35. 43.
    Emily Petermann, “The Musical Novel: Imitation of Musical Structure, Performance, and Reception in Contemporary Fiction” (Camden House, 2014)04/17/2018
    36:05
  36. 44.
    Kimberly A. Francis, “Teaching Stravinsky: Nadia Boulanger and the Consecration of a Modernist Icon” (Oxford UP, 2015)04/11/2018
    1:08:49
  37. 45.
    Marian Wilson Kimber, “The Elocutionists: Women, Music, and the Spoken Word” (U Illinois Press, 2017)03/13/2018
    51:49
  38. 46.
    Jean R. Freedman, “Peggy Seeger: A Life of Music, Love, and Politics” (U Illinois Press, 2017)03/08/2018
    1:04:37
  39. 47.
    Sterling Murray, “The Career of an Eighteenth-Century Kapellmeister: The Life and Music of Antonio Rosetti” (U Rochester Press, 2014)03/05/2018
    52:21
  40. 48.
    C. Grant and H. Schippers, “Sustainable Futures for Music Cultures: An Ecological Perspective” (Oxford UP, 2016)02/19/2018
    50:43
  41. 49.
    Larry Wolff, “The Singing Turk” (Stanford UP, 2016)02/19/2018
    41:45
  42. 50.
    Clinton Walker, “Deadly Woman Blues: Black Women and Australian Music” (NewSouth Books, 2018)02/16/2018
    15:07
  43. 51.
    Douglas W. Shadle, “Orchestrating the Nation: The Nineteenth-Century American Symphonic Enterprise” (Oxford UP, 2015)02/13/2018
    1:00:02
  44. 52.
    Kevin Bartig, “Sergei Prokofiev’s Alexander Nevsky” (Oxford UP, 2017)01/29/2018
    53:52
  45. 53.
    Benjamin Teitelbaum, “Lions of the North: Sounds of the New Nordic Radical Nationalism” (Oxford UP, 2017)01/24/2018
    46:29
  46. 54.
    Franz Rickaby, et al., “Pinery Boys: Songs and Songcatching in the Lumberjack Era” (U Wisconsin Press, 2017)01/10/2018
    1:02:23
  47. 55.
    Jonathan R. Wynn, “Music/City: American Festivals and Placemaking in Austin, Nashville, and Newport” (U of Chicago, 2015)01/05/2018
    32:01
  48. 56.
    Rebecca Tuhus-Dubrow, “Personal Stereo” (Bloomsbury Academic, 2017)12/12/2017
    33:47
  49. 57.
    Mark Fleischman, “Inside Studio 54” (Rare Bird Books, 2017)12/08/2017
    51:43
  50. 58.
    Jenny Natasha and Tom Boniface-Webb, “I Was Britpopped: The A-Z of Britpop” (Valley Press, 2017)11/30/2017
    1:00:07
  51. 59.
    Richard Power Sayeed, “1997: The Future that Never Happened (Zed Books, 2017)11/25/2017
    57:54
  52. 60.
    Daniel Kane, “Do You Have a Band?”: Poetry and Punk Rock in New York City” (Columbia UP, 2017)11/02/2017
    31:06
  53. 61.
    Joel Dinerstein, “The Origins of Cool in Postwar America” (U. Chicago Press, 2017)10/31/2017
    1:07:57
  54. 62.
    Rebecca Mitchell, “Nietzsche’s Orphans: Music, Metaphysics, and the Twilight of the Russian Empire” (Yale UP, 2015)10/23/2017
    1:08:46
  55. 63.
    Rosemary Lucy Hill, “Gender, Metal and the Media: Women Fans and the Gendered Experience of Music” (Palgrave Macmillan 2016)09/05/2017
    46:17
  56. 64.
    Johari Jabir, “Conjuring Freedom: Music and Masculinity in the Civil War’s ‘Gospel Army'” (Ohio State UP, 2017)08/29/2017
    27:16
  57. 65.
    Karmen MacKendrick, “The Matter of Voice: Sensual Soundings” (Fordham UP, 2016)08/19/2017
    47:17
  58. 66.
    Jennifer Fleeger, “Mismatched Women: The Siren’s Song Through the Machine” (Oxford UP, 2014)08/13/2017
    29:26
  59. 67.
    Adriana Helbig, “Hip Hop Ukraine: Music, Race, and African Migration” (Indiana UP, 2014)07/25/2017
    46:14
  60. 68.
    Franz Nicolay, “The Humorless Ladies of Border Control: Touring the Punk Underground from Belgrade to Ulaanbaatar” (The New Press, 2016)07/12/2017
    42:49
  61. 69.
    Paul C. Jasen, “Low End Theory: Bass, Bodies and the Materiality of Sonic Experience” (Bloomsbury, 2016)07/08/2017
    1:06:19
  62. 70.
    Danny Goldberg, “In Search of the Lost Chord: 1967 and the Hippie Idea” (Akashic Books, 2017)06/23/2017
    1:09:12
  63. 71.
    Andre Sirois, “Hip-Hop DJs and the Evolution of Technology: Cultural Exchange, Innovation, and Democratization” (Peter Lang, 2016)06/13/2017
    57:59
  64. 72.
    Paul Youngquist, “A Pure Solar World: Sun Ra and the Birth of Afrofuturism” (U. Texas Press, 2016)05/27/2017
    51:54
  65. 73.
    James A. Cosby, “Devil’s Music, Holy Rollers and Hillbillies: How America Gave Birth to Rock and Roll” (McFarland, 2016)04/18/2017
    24:34
  66. 74.
    Anna Harwell Celenza, “Jazz Italian Style: From its Origins in New Orleans to Fascist Italy and Sinatra” (Cambridge UP, 2017)04/10/2017
    54:11
  67. 75.
    Tyina Steptoe, “Houston Bound: Culture and Color in a Jim Crow City” (U. California Press, 2015)03/09/2017
    44:21
  68. 76.
    Melissa Hidalgo, “Mozlandia: Morrissey Fans in the Borderlands” (Headpress, 2016)02/13/2017
    1:16:29
  69. 77.
    Ben Westhhoff, “Original Gangtas: The Untold Story of Dr. Dre, Eazy-E, Ice Cube, Tupac Shakur, and the Birth of West Coast Rap” (Hachette, 2016)01/09/2017
    44:43
  70. 78.
    David W. Stowe, “Song of Exile: The Enduring Mystery of Psalm 137” (Oxford UP, 2016)12/29/2016
    43:56
  71. 79.
    Jack Hamilton, “Just Around Midnight: Rock and Roll and the Racial Imagination” (Harvard UP, 2016)10/11/2016
    1:00:45
  72. 80.
    Alisa Solomon, “Wonder of Wonders: A Cultural History of Fiddler on the Roof” (Metropolitan, 2013)10/03/2016
    44:12
  73. 81.
    David Ensminger, “The Politics of Punk: Protest and Revolt from the Streets” (Rowman and Littlefield, 2016)09/30/2016
    56:01
  74. 82.
    Andrew Schulman, “Waking the Spirit: A Musician’s Journey Healing Body, Mind, and Soul (Picador 2016)09/08/2016
    47:34
  75. 83.
    Michelle Cruz Gonzales, “The Spitboy Rule: Tales of Xicana in a Female Punk Band” (PM Press, 2016)08/12/2016
    50:01
  76. 84.
    Paul Roquet, “Ambient Media: Japanese Atmospheres of Self” (U. of Minnesota Press, 2016)07/31/2016
    1:11:28
  77. 85.
    Noriko Manabe, “The Revolution Will Not Be Televised: Protest Music After Fukushima” (Oxford UP, 2015)07/09/2016
    1:03:49
  78. 86.
    Ed Berlin, “King of Ragtime: Scott Joplin and His Era” (Oxford UP, 2016)06/15/2016
    1:00:23
  79. 87.
    Laurent Dubois, “The Banjo: America’s African Instrument” (Harvard UP, 2016)06/02/2016
    42:00
  80. 88.
    Jason Bivins, “Spirits Rejoice! Jazz and American Religion” (Oxford UP, 2015)05/31/2016
    55:48
  81. 89.
    Doug Bradley and Craig Werner, “We Gotta Get Out Of This Place: The Soundtrack of the Vietnam War” (U of Massachusetts Press, 2015)04/30/2016
    41:06
  82. 90.
    Roshanak Kheshti, “Modernity’s Ear: Listening to Race and Gender in World Music” (NYU Press, 2015)04/01/2016
    57:28
  83. 91.
    Lisa McCormick, “Performing Civility: International Competitions in Classical Music” (Cambridge UP, 2015)03/18/2016
    46:23
  84. 92.
    Geoffrey Baker, “El Sistema: Orchestrating Venezuela’s Youth” (Oxford UP, 2014)03/02/2016
    1:00:02
  85. 93.
    George Cotkin, “Feast of Excess: A Cultural History of the New Sensibility” (Oxford UP, 2015)01/22/2016
    53:56
  86. 94.
    Jennifer Bain, “Hildegard of Bingen and Musical Reception: The Modern Revival of Medieval Composer” (Cambridge UP, 2015)01/19/2016
    1:17:43
  87. 95.
    Aisha Durham, “Home With Hip Hop Feminism” (Peter Lang, 2014)01/14/2016
    40:19
  88. 96.
    Guntis Smidchens, “The Power of Song: Nonviolent National Culture in the Baltic Singing Revolution” (University of Washington Press, 2014)12/18/2015
    1:03:43
  89. 97.
    Phil Ford, “Dig: Sound and Music in Hip Culture” (Oxford UP, 2013)12/10/2015
    45:31
  90. 98.
    Grace Wang, “Soundtracks of Asian America: Navigating Race Through Musical Performance”11/09/2015
    44:46
  91. 99.
    Jonathyne Briggs, “Sounds French: Globalization, Cultural Communities, and Pop Music, 1958-1980” (Oxford UP, 2015)09/30/2015
    59:29
  92. 100.
    John McMillian, “Beatles vs. Stones” (Simon and Schuster, 2013)09/14/2015
    1:05:33
  93. 101.
    Deborah R. Vargas, “Dissonant Divas in Chicana Music: The Limits of La Onda” (U of Minnesota Press, 2012)09/14/2015
    1:13:01
  94. 102.
    Patty Farmer, “Playboy Swings! How Hugh Hefner and Playboy Changed the Face of Music” (Beaufort Books, 2015)09/09/2015
    33:41
  95. 103.
    Preston Lauterbach, “Beale Street Dynasty: Sex, Song, and the Struggle for the Soul of Memphis” (Norton, 2015)08/04/2015
    34:34
  96. 104.
    Amber R. Clifford-Napoleone “Queerness in Heavy Metal Music: Metal Bent” (Routledge 2015)07/26/2015
    49:17
  97. 105.
    Chris O’Leary, “Rebel Rebel” (Zero Books, 2015)06/20/2015
    36:21
  98. 106.
    Felicia McCarren, “French Moves: The Cultural Politics of le hip hop” (Oxford UP, 2013)06/10/2015
    1:00:42
  99. 107.
    Robin James, “Resistance and Melancholy: Pop Music, Feminism and Neo-Liberalism” (Zero Books, 2015)06/02/2015
    47:36
  100. 108.
    Alex Ogg, “Dead Kennedys: Fresh Fruit for Rotting Vegetables: The Early Years” (PM Press, 2014)05/19/2015
    32:01
  101. 109.
    Nick Crossley, “Networks of Sound, Style, and Subversion” (Manchester UP, 2015)05/18/2015
    1:00:55
  102. 110.
    Ana Marcia Ochoa Gautier, “Aurality: Listening and Knowledge in Nineteenth-Century Colombia” (Duke UP, 2014)04/17/2015
    31:55
  103. 111.
    Christina Dunbar-Hester, “Low Power to the People: Pirates, Protest, and Politics in FM Radio Activism” (MIT Press, 2014)03/25/2015
    40:57
  104. 112.
    Alexander R. Galloway, “Laruelle: Against the Digital” (University of Minnesota Press, 2014)03/05/2015
    1:06:58
  105. 113.
    Donald Deardorff, “Bruce Springsteen: American Poet and Prophet” (Scarecrow Press, 2014)02/19/2015
    50:19
  106. 114.
    Kutter Callaway, “Scoring Transcendence: Contemporary Film Music as Religious Experience” (Baylor UP, 2013)02/16/2015
    56:07
  107. 115.
    Heather Augustyn, “Ska: The Rhythm of Liberation” (Scarecrow, 2013)02/02/2015
    43:50
  108. 116.
    S. Duncan Reid, “Cal Tjader: The Life and Recordings of the Man Who Revolutionized Latin Jazz” (McFarland, 2013)12/18/2014
    1:00:06
  109. 117.
    Rachel Clare Donaldson, “I Hear America Singing: Folk Music and National Identity” (Temple UP, 2014)11/12/2014
    54:32
  110. 118.
    Nadine Hubbs, “Rednecks, Queers, and Country Music” (University of California Press, 2014)11/05/2014
    1:07:35
  111. 119.
    Randal Doane, “Stealing All Transmissions: A Secret History of the Clash” (PM Press, 2014)10/22/2014
    47:52
  112. 120.
    Adrienne Trier-Bieniek, “Sing Us a Song, Piano Woman: Female Fans and the Music of Tori Amos” (The Scarecrow Press, 2013)09/30/2014
    41:05
  113. 121.
    Gabriel Solis, “Thelonious Monk Quartet with John Coltrane at Carnegie Hall” (Oxford UP, 2013)09/07/2014
    51:53
  114. 122.
    Tim Anderson, “Popular Music in a Digital Music Economy” (Routledge, 2014)08/23/2014
    58:13
  115. 123.
    Lorena Turner, “The Michael Jacksons” (Little Moth Press, 2014)07/23/2014
    52:00
  116. 124.
    David Hesmondhalgh, “Why Music Matters” (Wiley Blackwell, 2014)06/19/2014
    38:59
  117. 125.
    Isaac Weiner, “Religion Out Loud: Religious Sound, Public Space, and American Pluralism” (NYU Press, 2014)06/08/2014
    1:10:04
  118. 126.
    Mark Prado, “Living Colour: Beyond the Cult of Personality” (CreateSpace, 2014)06/03/2014
    45:31
  119. 127.
    Nicholas Harkness, “Songs of Seoul” (University of California Press, 2013)05/06/2014
    1:05:48
  120. 128.
    Kristin Lieb “Gender, Branding, and the Modern Music Industry” (Routledge, 2013)05/03/2014
    38:58
  121. 129.
    Marc Myers “Why Jazz Happened” (University of California Press, 2014)04/06/2014
    49:45
  122. 130.
    Derrick Bang, “Vince Guaraldi at the Piano” (McFarland Press, 2012)04/03/2014
    1:13:25
  123. 131.
    Marcia Alesan Dawkins, “Eminem: The Real Slim Shady” (Praeger, 2013)02/28/2014
    49:33
  124. 132.
    Keith Waters, “The Studio Recordings of the Miles Davis Quintet, 1965-1968” (Oxford UP, 2011)01/18/2014
    1:04:33
  125. 133.
    Erica Cusi Wortham, “Indigenous Media in Mexico: Culture, Community, and the State” (Duke University Press, 2013)01/14/2014
    44:09
  126. 134.
    Michael Walker, “What You Want is in the Limo” (Spiegel and Grau, 2013)01/13/2014
    42:03
  127. 135.
    D.X. Ferris, “Slayer 66 2/3: The Jeff and Dave Years” (6623 Press, 2013)12/18/2013
    52:51
  128. 136.
    David Novak, “Japanoise: Music at the Edge of Circulation” (Duke UP, 2013)12/03/2013
    1:17:01
  129. 137.
    Thomas Bey William Bailey, “Unofficial Release: Self-Released and Handmade Audio in Post-Industrial Society” (Belsona Books, 2012)11/22/2013
    54:42
  130. 138.
    Greg Hainge, “Noise Matters: Towards an Ontology of Noise” (Bloomsbury Academic, 2013)10/19/2013
    40:36
  131. 139.
    Jonathan Sterne, “MP3: The Meaning of a Format” (Duke UP, 2012)10/10/2013
    1:15:17
  132. 140.
    James Greene Jr., “This Music Leaves Stains: The Complete Story of the Misfits” (Scarecrow Press, 2013)09/27/2013
    1:06:11
  133. 141.
    Richie Unterberger, “Won’t Get Fooled Again: The Who from Lifehouse to Quadrophenia” (Jawbone, 2011)09/20/2013
    1:04:51
  134. 142.
    William J. Bush, “Greenback Dollar: The Incredible Rise of the Kingston Trio” (The Scarecrow Press, 2013)09/10/2013
    1:03:44
  135. 143.
    Michael J. Kramer, “The Republic of Rock: Music and Citizenship in the Sixties Counterculture” (Oxford UP, 2013)09/02/2013
    1:14:38
  136. 144.
    Dan LeRoy, “Paul’s Boutique” (Continuum, 2009)08/07/2013
    1:23:11
  137. 145.
    Steve Bergsman, “The Death of Johnny Ace” (Dancing Traveler Publishing, 2012)07/24/2013
    1:02:18
  138. 146.
    Michael Streissguth, “Outlaw: Waylon, Willie, Kris, and the Renegades of Nashville” (It Books, 2013)07/18/2013
    51:21
  139. 147.
    D.X. Ferris, “Reign in Blood” (Continuum, 2008)07/02/2013
    59:26
  140. 148.
    Greg Kot, “Ripped: How the Wired Generation Revolutionized Music” (Scribner, 2009)06/25/2013
    1:02:09
  141. 149.
    Howard Marshall, “Play Me Something Quick and Devilish: Old-Time Fiddlers in Missouri” (University of Missouri Press, 2012))06/18/2013
    1:03:58
  142. 150.
    Steve Waksman, “This Ain’t the Summer of Love: Conflict and Crossover in Heavy Metal and Punk” (University of California Press, 2009)06/06/2013
    56:50
  143. 151.
    Monica R. Miller, “Religion and Hip Hop” (Routledge, 2012)06/03/2013
    1:11:57
  144. 152.
    Don McLeese, “Dwight Yoakam: A Thousand Miles from Nowhere” (University of Texas Press, 2012)05/23/2013
    1:07:01
  145. 153.
    Stevie Chick, “Spray Paint the Walls: The Black Flag Story” (Omnibus, 2010)05/17/2013
    1:18:43
  146. 154.
    Steven Roby and Brad Schreiber, “Becoming Jimi Hendrix” (Da Capo, 2010)05/03/2013
    26:15
  147. 155.
    Alexandra Hui, “The Psychophysical Ear: Musical Experiments, Experimental Sounds, 1840-1910” (MIT Press, 2013)04/30/2013
    1:12:04
  148. 156.
    Amanda Weidman, “Singing the Classical, Voicing the Modern: The Postcolonial Politics of Music in South India” (Duke UP, 2006)04/30/2013
    1:07:51
  149. 157.
    Laina Dawes, “What are You Doing Here?: A Black Woman’s Life and Liberation in Heavy Metal” (Bazillion Points, 2012)04/25/2013
    1:02:26
  150. 158.
    Erica Fox Brindley, “Music, Cosmology, and the Politics of Harmony in Early China” (SUNY Press, 2012)04/16/2013
    1:09:37
  151. 159.
    Matt Rahaim, “Musicking Bodies: Gesture and Voice in Hindustani Music” (Wesleyan UP, 2012)04/13/2013
    44:45
  152. 160.
    Nathan Hesselink, “SamulNori: Contemporary Korean Drumming and the Rebirth of Itinerant Performance Culture” (University of Chicago Press, 2012)03/28/2013
    1:18:11
  153. 161.
    Catherine Tackley, “Benny Goodman’s Famous 1939 Carnegie Hall Jazz Concert” (Oxford UP, 2011)03/19/2013
    38:50
  154. 162.
    Peter Benjaminson, “Mary Wells: The Tumultuous Life of Motown’s First Superstar” (Chicago Review Press, 2012)03/09/2013
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