Situating Salsa: Global Markets and Local Meanings in Latin Popular Music
Psychology Press, 2002 - Music - 335 pages
Drawing on interviews, oral histories, personal memoirs and musical analysis, this volume - the first to consider salsa music and its social impact - sheds new light on current debates about race, ethniciy, class and gender.
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