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Vol 12, No 2 (2019)

Special Issue: Listening again to popular music as history (Part 1)

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Guest Editors: Paul Long and Nick Gebhardt

Table of Contents


Listening again to popular music as history PDF HTML
Paul Leslie Long , Nicholas Gebhardt 147–151


How hard is it to remember Bananarama? The perennial forgetting of girls in music PDF HTML
Lucy Robinson 152–173
‘These stories have to be told’: Chicano rap as historical source PDF HTML
Dianne Violeta Mausfeld 174–193
‘Let us know you’re locked’: Pirate radio broadcasts as historical and musical artefact PDF HTML
Alex de Lacey 194–214
Historical Silences, Musical Noise: Slim Dusty, Country Music and Aboriginal history PDF HTML
Toby Martin 215–236


Ewa Mazierska, Popular Viennese Electronic Music, 1990–2015 PDF HTML
Giacomo Bottà 237–239
Michael Lasser, City Songs and American Life, 1900–1950 PDF HTML
Arno van der Hoeven 240–242
Laura Niebling, Rockumentary: Theorie, Geschichte und Industrie PDF HTML
Nathalie Weidhase 243–246

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