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Listen Again: A Momentary History of Pop Music Free read ë 8 Á Arguing that pop music turns on moments rather than movements the essays in Listen Again pinpoint magic moments from a century of pop eclecticism looking at artists who fall between genre lines songs that sponge up influences from everywhere and studio accideFormer Bert Williams’s use of blackface to the invention of the Delta blues category by a forgotten record collector named James McKune to an ER cast member’s performance as the Germs’ front man Darby Crash at a Germs reunion show Cuban music historian Ned Sublette zeroes in on the signature riff of the garage band staple “Louie Louie” David Thomas of the pioneering punk band Pere Ubu honors one of his forebears Ghoulardi a late night monster movie host on Cleveland area TV in the 1960s Benjamin Melendez discusses playing in a band the Ghetto Brothers that Latinized the Beatles while leading a South Bronx gang also called the Ghetto Brothers Michaelangelo Matos traces the lineage of the hip ho.

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Arguing that pop music turns on moments rather than movements the essays in Listen Again pinpoint magic moments from a century of pop eclecticism looking at artists who fall between genre lines songs that sponge up influences from everywhere and studio accidents with unforeseen conseuences Listen Again collects some of the finest presentations from the celebrated Experience Music Project Pop Conference where journalists musicians academics and other culturemongers come together once each year to stretch the boundaries of pop music culture criticism and scholarshipBuilding a history of pop music out of unexpected instances critics and musicians delve into topics from the early twentieth century black per.

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Listen Again A Momentary History of Pop MusicP sample “Apache” to a Burt Lancaster film Whether reflecting on the ringing freedom of an E chord or the significance of Bill Tate who performed once in 1981 as Buddy Holocaust and was never heard from again the essays reveal why Robert Christgau a founder of rock criticism has called the EMP Pop Conference “the best thing that’s ever happened to serious consideration of pop music” Contributors David Brackett Franklin Bruno Daphne Carr Henry Chalfant Jeff Chang Drew Daniel Robert Fink Holly George Warren Lavinia Greenlaw Marybeth Hamilton Jason King Josh Kun W T Lhamon Jr Greil Marcus Michaelangelo Matos Benjamin Melendez Mark Anthony Neal Ned Sublette David Thomas Steve Waksman Eric Weisbard.