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The use of reggae by contemporary Australian Aboriginal musicians / Peter Dunbar-Hall

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The use of reggae by contemporary Australian Aboriginal musicians / Peter Dunbar-Hall
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The use of reggae by contemporary Australian Aboriginal musicians / Peter Dunbar-Hall
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Summary
Study of the position and use of reggae among Aboriginal rock groups from 1980 to the present through examination of 363 commercially available songs from 41 Aboriginal groups; over half the groups demonstrated some influence judged on musical adaptation of the style, topics of the lyrics and reggae as a signifier of Aboriginality; concentrates on work of No Fixed Address, Coloured Stone and Warumpi Band
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The use of reggae by contemporary Australian Aboriginal musicians / Peter Dunbar-Hall
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Publication
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Typescript; Paper presented at the seventh international conference of the International Association for the Study of Popular Music, University of the Pacific, Stockton, California, July 1993
Control code
M0014565
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[15] leaves
Governing access note
  • Not for Inter-Library Loan
  • (R1) Open access
  • (C1a) Open copying and use
System control number
0012411
Label
The use of reggae by contemporary Australian Aboriginal musicians / Peter Dunbar-Hall
Publication
Note
Typescript; Paper presented at the seventh international conference of the International Association for the Study of Popular Music, University of the Pacific, Stockton, California, July 1993
Control code
M0014565
Extent
[15] leaves
Governing access note
  • Not for Inter-Library Loan
  • (R1) Open access
  • (C1a) Open copying and use
System control number
0012411

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