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by Sara Cohen

Category: Music
Subcategory: Photo and Art
Author: Sara Cohen
ISBN: 0198161786
ISBN13: 978-0198161783
Language: English
Publisher: Clarendon Press; 1 edition (May 30, 1991)
Pages: 256
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Sara Cohen is a musicologist and academic  . She completed her doctoral studies at the University of Oxford; her DPhil in social anthropology was awarded in 1987 Selected publications. Rock Culture in Liverpool: Popular Music in the Making (Oxford University Press, 1991). Decline, Renewal and the City in Popular Music Culture: Beyond the Beatles (Ashgate, 2007). Co-authored with Robert Kronenburg) Liverpool's Musical Landscapes (Historic England, 2018). "Sara Cohen", University of Liverpool.

This book delineates and discusses rock culture in Liverpool as a way or style of life, highlighting its associated. Rock bands have been an important part of Liverpool's culture and identity since the 1950s, and a 1980 survey discovered the existence of over 1,000 bands in the city. Показать все 2 объявления с новыми товарами. Rock Culture in Liverpool : Popular Music in the Making by Sara Cohen (1991, Hardcover). Напишите отзыв первым Об этом товаре.

Rock culture in Liverpool. Rock music - England - Liverpool - 1981-1990 - History and criticism, Popular culture - England - Liverpool. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Kahle/Austin Foundation.

saveSave Sara Cohen (1991) - Rock Culture in Liverpool in. .The book is divided into eight chapters. The first presents some background material on Liverpool and its rock music 'scene', whilst the second introduces the two bands featured as casestudies throughout the book and examines the social factors involved in the structure of the bands. Chapter 3 outlines what is involved in the organization and running of such bands, Chapter 4 describes and analyses their public performances, and Chapter 5 considers their endeavours to 'make it' and achieve success. popular music in the making. Published 1991 by Clarendon Press, Oxford University Press in Oxford, New York. History and criticism, Popular culture, Rock music.

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In this article we argue that there are a similar kind of iconic ‘three graces’ in Liverpool’s popular music and heritage landscapes: the Cavern Club, Eric’s Club, and Cream.

Popular music heritage, cultural memory and cultural identity. In this article we argue that there are a similar kind of iconic ‘three graces’ in Liverpool’s popular music and heritage landscapes: the Cavern Club, Eric’s Club, and Cream View.

Studies Music, Popular Music Studies, and Social and Cultural Anthropology , Urban Musicscapes: Mapping music-making in Liverpool more. More Info: Ed. Les Roberts. Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan.

Studies Music, Popular Music Studies, and Social and Cultural Anthropology. Professor at the University of Liverpool and holder of the James and Constance. Urban Musicscapes: Mapping music-making in Liverpool more. Publication Date: 2012. Publication Name: Mapping Cultures: Place, practice, performance.

Rock bands have been an important part of Liverpool's culture and identity since the 1950s, and a 1980 survey discovered the existence of over 1,000 bands in the city. This book delineates and discusses rock culture in Liverpool as a way or style of life, highlighting its associated conventions, rituals, norms, and beliefs at a particular point in time, within the city's own unique social, economic, cultural, and political environment. It deals with the hitherto little explored music-making by local, amateur rock bands, that are precariously poised between success and failure, caught between the urge for original creativity and the pressures of the record industry. Their struggle is discussed in detail within the context of their social and cultural lifestyle and the commercial environment within which they operate. Broad artistic and social issues are examined in great detail, through the biographies of a few specific bands, notably The Jactars and Crikey it's the Cromptons!
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