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Hidden in the mix : the African American presence in country music

Hidden in the mix : the African American presence in country music / Diane Pecknold, ed.
[Durham, NC] : Duke University Press, 2013.


Additional Authors
Pecknold, Diane.
383 pages : illustrations; 24 cm
Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Bibliography (note)
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
Introduction: country music and racial formation / Diane Pecknold -- Black hillbillies: African American musicians on old-time records, 1924-1932 / Patrick Huber -- Making country modern : the legacy of modern sounds in country and western music / Diane Pecknold -- Contested origins : Arnold Schultz and the music of western Kentucky / Erika Brady -- Fiddling with race relations in rural Kentucky: the life, times, and contested identity of Fiddlin' Bill Livers / Jeffrey A. Keith -- Why African Americans put the banjo down / Tony Thomas -- Old-time country music in North Carolina and Virginia : the 1970s & 1980s / Kip Lornell -- "The South's gonna do it again" : changing conceptions of the use of "country" music in the albums of Al Green / Michael Awkward -- Dancing the habanera beats (in country music) : the creole-country two-step in St. Lucia and its diaspora / Jerry Wever -- Playing chicken with the train : Cowboy Troy's hick-hop and the transracial country west / Adam Gussow -- If only they could read between the lines : Alice Randall and the integration of country music / Barbara Ching -- You're my soul song: how Southern soul changed country music / Charles L. Hughes -- What's Syd got to do with it? : King Records, Henry Glover and the complex achievement of crossover / David Sanjek.
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  • 0822351498
  • 9780822351634
  • 0822351633
  • 9780822394976
  • 0822394979
  • 2013005284
  • 99955304290
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