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The Resource Rip it up : the Black experience in rock'n'roll, edited by Kandia Crazy Horse

Rip it up : the Black experience in rock'n'roll, edited by Kandia Crazy Horse

Label
Rip it up : the Black experience in rock'n'roll
Title
Rip it up
Title remainder
the Black experience in rock'n'roll
Statement of responsibility
edited by Kandia Crazy Horse
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"Rock has been described as black music played by white musicians. For the first time ever, Rip It Up collects in one place the stories of black rock musicians and looks at the complex racial dynamics that have shaped that most American of music genres - rock 'n' roll."--BOOK JACKET
Biography type
contains biographical information
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
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Crazy Horse, Kandia
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  • Rock music
  • African American rock musicians
Label
Rip it up : the Black experience in rock'n'roll, edited by Kandia Crazy Horse
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes index
Contents
  • Paint Me White: Bad Days, Black Rock, and Arthur Lee's Love Story
  • Barney Hoskyns
  • Bold as Love? Jimi's Afrocyberdelia and the Challenge of the Not-Yet
  • Paul Gilroy
  • A. K. A. Sly Stone: The Rise and Fall of Sylvester Stewart
  • Dalton Anthony
  • Blues for Betty Davis's Smile: The Betty Davis Lacuna
  • Vivien Goldman
  • Interview with Venetta Fields
  • Kandia Crazy Horse
  • Foreword
  • Hardcore Jollies in the Himalayas, Staring at the Cosmic Slop: The Mothership Connection between Triple and Quadruple Consciousness
  • Michael C. Ladd
  • Lorraine O'Grady Q & A
  • Jennifer Rice
  • Play Like a White Boy: Hard Dancing in the City of Chocolate
  • Darryl A. Jenifer
  • How the Bad Brains Inspired Two Garden-Variety Black Dots from Queens to Be as Rock 'n' Roll as They Wanna Be (and Probably You Too)
  • Sacha Jenkins
  • The White Noise Supremacists
  • Lester Bangs
  • Greg S. Tate
  • Prince Leads Black Pop Through the Back Door
  • Barry Walters
  • The Birth of New Blackness: The Family Stand's Moon In Scorpio
  • Mark Anthony Neal
  • Interview with Vernon Reid
  • Harry Allen
  • Rock, Racism, and Retailing 101: A Blueprint for Cultural Theft
  • Darrell M. McNeill
  • Interview with Lenny Kravitz
  • Knox Robinson
  • "Live at Philmore": Introduction
  • "Ain't Nothin' Like Real Ghetto Music": Pharrell Williams, Mos Def, and Andre 3000 Form A Rap-Rock Poetics
  • Jon Caramanica
  • The Last Maverick: Me'Shell NdegeOcello and the Burden of Vision
  • Amy Linden
  • If I can get into it, it's commercial enough for me
  • Knox Robinson
  • Interview with Slash (Saul Hudson)
  • Jessica Willis
  • Kandia Crazy Horse
  • Ten Questions for Little Richard
  • Andy Gill
  • The Ike and Tina Turner Revue: Streatham Locarno, London
  • Bill Millar
Control code
7793098
Dimensions
21 cm
Extent
231 p.
Isbn
9781403962430
Isbn Type
(cl. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2003055377
System control number
  • (DLC) 2003055377
  • 7793098
  • (BNAtoc) 2003055377
Label
Rip it up : the Black experience in rock'n'roll, edited by Kandia Crazy Horse
Publication
Note
Includes index
Contents
  • Paint Me White: Bad Days, Black Rock, and Arthur Lee's Love Story
  • Barney Hoskyns
  • Bold as Love? Jimi's Afrocyberdelia and the Challenge of the Not-Yet
  • Paul Gilroy
  • A. K. A. Sly Stone: The Rise and Fall of Sylvester Stewart
  • Dalton Anthony
  • Blues for Betty Davis's Smile: The Betty Davis Lacuna
  • Vivien Goldman
  • Interview with Venetta Fields
  • Kandia Crazy Horse
  • Foreword
  • Hardcore Jollies in the Himalayas, Staring at the Cosmic Slop: The Mothership Connection between Triple and Quadruple Consciousness
  • Michael C. Ladd
  • Lorraine O'Grady Q & A
  • Jennifer Rice
  • Play Like a White Boy: Hard Dancing in the City of Chocolate
  • Darryl A. Jenifer
  • How the Bad Brains Inspired Two Garden-Variety Black Dots from Queens to Be as Rock 'n' Roll as They Wanna Be (and Probably You Too)
  • Sacha Jenkins
  • The White Noise Supremacists
  • Lester Bangs
  • Greg S. Tate
  • Prince Leads Black Pop Through the Back Door
  • Barry Walters
  • The Birth of New Blackness: The Family Stand's Moon In Scorpio
  • Mark Anthony Neal
  • Interview with Vernon Reid
  • Harry Allen
  • Rock, Racism, and Retailing 101: A Blueprint for Cultural Theft
  • Darrell M. McNeill
  • Interview with Lenny Kravitz
  • Knox Robinson
  • "Live at Philmore": Introduction
  • "Ain't Nothin' Like Real Ghetto Music": Pharrell Williams, Mos Def, and Andre 3000 Form A Rap-Rock Poetics
  • Jon Caramanica
  • The Last Maverick: Me'Shell NdegeOcello and the Burden of Vision
  • Amy Linden
  • If I can get into it, it's commercial enough for me
  • Knox Robinson
  • Interview with Slash (Saul Hudson)
  • Jessica Willis
  • Kandia Crazy Horse
  • Ten Questions for Little Richard
  • Andy Gill
  • The Ike and Tina Turner Revue: Streatham Locarno, London
  • Bill Millar
Control code
7793098
Dimensions
21 cm
Extent
231 p.
Isbn
9781403962430
Isbn Type
(cl. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2003055377
System control number
  • (DLC) 2003055377
  • 7793098
  • (BNAtoc) 2003055377

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