The Resource "Cashville" : Dilution of Original Country Music Identity Through Increasing Commercialization, Stephanie Schäfer

"Cashville" : Dilution of Original Country Music Identity Through Increasing Commercialization, Stephanie Schäfer

Label
"Cashville" : Dilution of Original Country Music Identity Through Increasing Commercialization
Title
"Cashville"
Title remainder
Dilution of Original Country Music Identity Through Increasing Commercialization
Statement of responsibility
Stephanie Schäfer
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Hauptbeschreibung Where I come from, it's cornbread and chicken. This line from Alan Jackson's country hit defines the genre as the music of the American South. All its ambiguity set aside, the South stands proudly for its hospitality, politeness, sense of place and community. Family and religion are traditionally more important down there than in the rest of the country. As Southern culture becomes more and more americanized and the music of the small town Southern man (another Jackson song) is adapted for a mainstream audience, the original rustic identity that defines the true American genr
Cataloging source
E7B
Dewey number
781.642
Index
no index present
LC call number
ML3524
LC item number
.S334 2012eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Label
"Cashville" : Dilution of Original Country Music Identity Through Increasing Commercialization, Stephanie Schäfer
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
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  • net
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • "Cashville": Dilution of Original Country Music Identity through Increasing Commercialization; Table of Contents; I. Introduction: Country Music as Manifestation of Identity and Cultural Expression; II. Stereotypes and Recognition of American Country Music; III. Perspectives of Identity and Music: Social Identity Theory; 1. Country Music Identity; 2. Where I Come From: Southern Working Class Identity and Country Music; 2.1 Peculiarities of Southern Culture: Sense of Place; 2.2 Working-Class Culture; IV. Generic Themes of Country Music
  • 3. Blending of Cultures: Conjunto and Tejano MusicVII. "Don't Get Above Your Raisin'": Authentic Regional Identity vs.Commercialization; 1. Class Identity; 2. Authenticity and Commodification; 3. Back to the Roots: Country Identity and Regional Pride; 3.1 Texas Country; 3.2 Texas Regional Pride; 3.3 Austin and Lubbock -- Lone Star Country Music Arenas; 3.4 Anti-Nashville Sentiments; 4. Nashville Country; 4.1 The (Countrypolitan) Nashville Sound; 4.2 Commercialization and Performance; 4.3 Grand Ol' Opry; 4.4 Cowboy Lifestyle; 4.5 Back to the Roots: The Story of Willie Nelson
  • 3. Political Campaigns and Country Music4. Country Musicians in Political Battle: Dixie Chicks vs. Toby Keith; X. Conclusion; XI. Bibliography; Author's Profile
  • 4.6 "Gone Country": The Changing Face of NashvilleVIII. Preliminary Conclusion; IX. Red, White, and Blue: National Expansion of Country Music; 1. Country Music Goes to War; 1.1 World War II; 1.2 United Forces against Communism; 2. Walls came tumbling down: Country Music after 9/11; 2.1 Unity in Crisis: National Identity; 2.1.1 Toby Keith: "Courtesy of the Red, White, and Blue (The Angry American)"; 2.1.2 Alan Jackson: "Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)"; 2.2 Country Songs in the Patriotic Tradition; 2.2.1 Darryl Worley: "Have you Forgotten"; 2.2.2 Brooks & Dunn: "Holy War."
  • V. History of Country Music: Blending of Cultures vs. Preservation of Identity1. Cowboy Music; 2. 1930s: Western Swing: Bob Wills; 3. The 1940s and 1950s; 3.1 Hillbilly/Honky-Tonk; 3.2 The Bar: An Alternative Home; 4. Reaching a Broader Audience: The Emergence of Radio Broadcasting; 5. Early 1970s: Cosmic Cowboy/ Outlaw Movement; 6. 1970s: Mainstream Country/Country-Pop; 7. Late 1970s/1980s: Urban Cowboy; 8. 1980s: New Traditionalists; 9. 1990s -- Today: Young Country; VI. Musical Hybrids; 1. Alternative Country; 2. Country-Rock/Southern Rock/Americana
Control code
ocn811406710
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (116 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783842828452
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
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.b26987442
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (OCoLC)811406710
  • pebcs3842828454

Library Locations

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