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Vol 13, No 1-2 (2020)

Special Issue: Popular Music and Curation

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Guest editor: Holly Tessler

Table of Contents


Introduction: Why is everything curated these days? Examining the work of popular music curation PDF
Holly Tessler 5-17


Scene and heard: Collecting the Dunedin Sound PDF
Amanda Patricia Mills 18-37
Continuity and change in popular music curation: Exhibiting the musical past in Liverpool PDF
Sara Cohen 38-57
Negotiating the co-curation of an online community popular music archive PDF
Beate Peter 58-76
Supplementing a typology of curation: Learning from George Harrison and Indian music PDF
Michael Lewis Jones 77-94
Pick out the jams: Curation and independent record shops PDF
Lee Ann Fullington 95-112
Right time, right place: The British Library’s Punk 1976–78 exhibition PDF
J. Mark Percival 113-125
Curating exhausted commodities: A case study of We Buy White Albums PDF
Iain A. Taylor 126-146 Psychedelic trance, internet curation and free music distribution PDF
Christopher David Charles 147-167
Billboard’s ‘Hot Country Songs’ chart and the curation of country music culture PDF
Jada Watson 168-190
(Re-)valuing rock music: Curatorship in the production of garage rock reissue compilation albums PDF
José Vicente Neglia 191-208

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