The Resource A change is gonna come : music, race & the soul of America, Craig Werner

A change is gonna come : music, race & the soul of America, Craig Werner

Label
A change is gonna come : music, race & the soul of America
Title
A change is gonna come
Title remainder
music, race & the soul of America
Statement of responsibility
Craig Werner
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Explores the relationship between African American popular music and American culture through a review of artists' music
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1952-
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Werner, Craig Hansen
Index
index present
LC call number
ML3479
LC item number
.W47 1998
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • African Americans
  • Popular music
  • African Americans
  • Music and race
  • Noirs américains
  • Musique populaire
  • Musique et race
  • Noirs américains
  • African Americans
  • African Americans
  • Music and race
  • Popular music
  • United States
Label
A change is gonna come : music, race & the soul of America, Craig Werner
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Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Section one: "a change is gonna come": Mahalia Jackson, Motown, and the movement. The dream ; Mahalia and the movement ; "The soul of the movement": calls and responses ; Motown: money, magic, and the mask ; The big chill vs. Cooley High: two out of three falls for the soul of Motown -- The gospel impulse. Sam Cooke and the voice of change ; Solid gold coffins: Phil Spector and the girl group blues ; SAR and the ambiguity of integration ; "The time they are a-changin'": Port Huron and the folk revival ; Woody and race ; "Blowin' in the wind": politics and authenticity ; Music and the truth: the birth of Southern soul ; Down at the crossroads -- The Blues impulse. Soul food: the mid-South mix ; Dylan, the Brits, and blue-eyed soul ; The minstrel blues ; Otis, Jimi, and the summer of love: from Monterey to Woodstock ; Last thoughts on the dream: Dot and Diana -- Section two: "love or confusion?": Black power, Vietnam, and the death of the dream. Sly in the smoke ; Death warrants: LBJ, Martin, and the liberal collapse ; "All along the watchtower": Jimi Hendrix and the sound of Vietnam ; 'Retha, rap, and revolt ; "Spirit in the dark": Aretha's gospel politics ; Jazz warriors: Malcolm and Coltrane -- The Jazz impulse. "Black is an' black ain't": JB, Miles, and Jimi ; Curtis Mayfield's gospel soul ; John Fogerty and the mythic south ; "Trouble comin' every day": southern strategies and the revolution on TV ; Troubled souls: Wattstax and Motown (west) ; "Where is the love?": Donny Hathaway and the end of the dream -- Section three: "I will survive": Disco, irony, and the sound of resistance. Reflections in a mirror ball ; Reverend Green and the return of Jim Crow ; Demographics 101: hard times in Chocolate City ; Black love in the key of life ; Jimmy Carter and the great quota disaster of 1978 ; Roots: the messages in the music ; God love sex: disco and the gospel impulse ; Disco sucks ; Punks and pretenders ; Rebellion or revolution: Bruce Springsteen and the Clash ; P-Funkentelechy ; Redemption songs: Bob Marley in Babylon ; The message: hip-hop and the south Bronx -- Section four: "And that's the way it is": The Reagan rules, hip-hop, and the megastars. Welcome to the terrordome ; Springsteen and the Reagan rules ; The problem of healing in the hall of mirrors ; The view from Black America ; The way it was and the way it is ; Brer Rabbit and Tar Baby ; Run-D.M.C. negotiates the mainstream ; "A hero to most": Elvis in the eighties ; Megastardom and its discontents: Michael and Madonna ; Duke Ellington for our time: the symbol formerly known as Prince ; West Africa is in the house ; "Bring the noise": the new school rap game ; "Know the ledge": KRS-One, Rakim, and the Gangstas ; "Born in the U.S.A.": Springsteen and race -- Section five: "Holler if ya hear me": In the nineties mix. Wasteland of the free ; American dreaming ; C.R.E.A.M., or, Tupac on death row ; Deeper shades of soul ; Ancestors and elders ; Conversations with the Ancestors ; Flashes of the spirit ; Redemption songs (the nineties remix)
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xviii, 430 pages
Isbn
9780452280656
Lccn
98035952
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)39508251
  • (OCoLC)ocm39508251
Label
A change is gonna come : music, race & the soul of America, Craig Werner
Link
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Section one: "a change is gonna come": Mahalia Jackson, Motown, and the movement. The dream ; Mahalia and the movement ; "The soul of the movement": calls and responses ; Motown: money, magic, and the mask ; The big chill vs. Cooley High: two out of three falls for the soul of Motown -- The gospel impulse. Sam Cooke and the voice of change ; Solid gold coffins: Phil Spector and the girl group blues ; SAR and the ambiguity of integration ; "The time they are a-changin'": Port Huron and the folk revival ; Woody and race ; "Blowin' in the wind": politics and authenticity ; Music and the truth: the birth of Southern soul ; Down at the crossroads -- The Blues impulse. Soul food: the mid-South mix ; Dylan, the Brits, and blue-eyed soul ; The minstrel blues ; Otis, Jimi, and the summer of love: from Monterey to Woodstock ; Last thoughts on the dream: Dot and Diana -- Section two: "love or confusion?": Black power, Vietnam, and the death of the dream. Sly in the smoke ; Death warrants: LBJ, Martin, and the liberal collapse ; "All along the watchtower": Jimi Hendrix and the sound of Vietnam ; 'Retha, rap, and revolt ; "Spirit in the dark": Aretha's gospel politics ; Jazz warriors: Malcolm and Coltrane -- The Jazz impulse. "Black is an' black ain't": JB, Miles, and Jimi ; Curtis Mayfield's gospel soul ; John Fogerty and the mythic south ; "Trouble comin' every day": southern strategies and the revolution on TV ; Troubled souls: Wattstax and Motown (west) ; "Where is the love?": Donny Hathaway and the end of the dream -- Section three: "I will survive": Disco, irony, and the sound of resistance. Reflections in a mirror ball ; Reverend Green and the return of Jim Crow ; Demographics 101: hard times in Chocolate City ; Black love in the key of life ; Jimmy Carter and the great quota disaster of 1978 ; Roots: the messages in the music ; God love sex: disco and the gospel impulse ; Disco sucks ; Punks and pretenders ; Rebellion or revolution: Bruce Springsteen and the Clash ; P-Funkentelechy ; Redemption songs: Bob Marley in Babylon ; The message: hip-hop and the south Bronx -- Section four: "And that's the way it is": The Reagan rules, hip-hop, and the megastars. Welcome to the terrordome ; Springsteen and the Reagan rules ; The problem of healing in the hall of mirrors ; The view from Black America ; The way it was and the way it is ; Brer Rabbit and Tar Baby ; Run-D.M.C. negotiates the mainstream ; "A hero to most": Elvis in the eighties ; Megastardom and its discontents: Michael and Madonna ; Duke Ellington for our time: the symbol formerly known as Prince ; West Africa is in the house ; "Bring the noise": the new school rap game ; "Know the ledge": KRS-One, Rakim, and the Gangstas ; "Born in the U.S.A.": Springsteen and race -- Section five: "Holler if ya hear me": In the nineties mix. Wasteland of the free ; American dreaming ; C.R.E.A.M., or, Tupac on death row ; Deeper shades of soul ; Ancestors and elders ; Conversations with the Ancestors ; Flashes of the spirit ; Redemption songs (the nineties remix)
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xviii, 430 pages
Isbn
9780452280656
Lccn
98035952
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)39508251
  • (OCoLC)ocm39508251

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