Sound, Society and the Geography of Popular Music

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Ola Johansson, Thomas L. Bell
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2009 - Music - 305 pages
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This title discusses innovative thinking on music and its geographies. It interprets the meaning of music from a spatial perspective and, in doing so, furthers our understanding of broader social relations and trends, including identity, attachment to place, cultural economies, social activism, and politics.
  

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Contents

MUSIC SPACE AND POLITICAL ACTIVISM
9
Billy Bragg and the Creation
33
TOURISM AND LANDSCAPES OF MUSIC
49
Music Meditation and Tourist Places
67
MAPPING MUSICAL TEXTS
89
A Listeners Mental Map of California
107
music and culture
113
PLACE IN MUSICMUSIC IN PLACE
123
Locality
161
LOCAL MUSIC IN A CONNECTED WORLD
183
Local Independent Music Scenes and the Implications
205
Where Are the New US Music Scenes?
219
THE GEOGRAPHY OF GENRES
241
Music and Entrepreneurship in PostFordist Detroit
261
Renaissance Center
268
A Geographical
281

Megan Resch
132
The Los Angeles of the Red
145

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