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Bass Culture

Author: Lloyd Bradley
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The first major account of the history of reggae, black music journalist Lloyd Bradley describes its origins and development in Jamaica, from ska to rock-steady to dub and then to reggae itself, a local music which conquered the world. There are many extraordinary stories about characters like Prince Buster, King Tubby and Bob Marley. But this is more than a book of music history: it relates the story of reggae to the whole history of Jamaica, from colonial island to troubled independence, and Jamaicans, from Kingston to London.


Bass Culture

Author: John Entwistle
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"Bass culture is a lavish display of the finest pieces from Entwistle's collection, complete with the personal notes he kept on each of them. With forewords by Roger Daltrey and Rick Nielsen, this is a guided tour through the best in the art of guitar manufacturing, and a fitting testament to the passion of the collector himself."--Book jacket,.


Striped Bass and Other Morone Culture

Author: R.M. Harrell
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This book is an up-to-date discussion of the culture of striped bass and other Morone spp. The subject matter is broken down into functional components of the spawning, husbandry, and economics of the industry, and is written by some of the leading scientists in each of the respective areas of discussion. The chapters on reproduction, nutrition, environmental requirements, transportation, economics and fish processing are not found anywhere else in the striped bass literature. The chapter on water quality takes a very non-traditional approach to considering the impact water quality has on the production success of Morone and offers some very thought-provoking ideas on water management. Primarily written as a reference work, this book is intended to complement existing technique manuals.


Culture of Striped and Hybrid Striped Bass

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Dub

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Experiments in the Culture of the Black Bass and Other Pondfish

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Guidelines for Striped Bass Culture

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The Progressive Fish Culturist

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All Crew Muss Big Up

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Historien, personerne og industrien bag kulturen omkring den engelske danse-scene


Britpop and the English Music Tradition

Author: Professor Andy Bennett
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Britpop and the English Music Tradition is the first study devoted exclusively to the Britpop phenomenon and its contexts. The genre of Britpop, with its assertion of Englishness, evolved at the same time that devolution was striking deep into the hegemonic claims of English culture to represent Britain. It is usually argued that Britpop, with its strident declarations of Englishness, was a response to the dominance of grunge. The contributors in this volume take a different point of view: that Britpop celebrated Englishness at a time when British culture, with its English hegemonic core, was being challenged and dismantled. It is now timely to look back on Britpop as a cultural phenomenon of the 1990s that can be set into the political context of its time, and into the cultural context of the last fifty years – a time of fundamental revision of what it means to be British and English. The book examines issues such as the historical antecedents of Britpop, the subjectivities governing the performative conventions of Britpop, the cultural context within which Britpop unfolded, and its influence on the post-Britpop music scene in the UK. While Britpop is central to the volume, discussion of this phenomenon is used as an opportunity to examine the particularities of English popular music since the turn of the twentieth century.