The Funk: A Cultural Response to the Disappointments of Post-Civil Rights Era America

eBook (PDF), 38 Pages
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Price: $8.66
In The Funk, pop culture commentator, San Sharma draws parallels between changes in American society and consciousness and the emergence of funk music. He provides a detailed study of the theory and aesthetics of this musical genre through a loving analysis of the work and careers of James Brown, Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, Sly and the Family Stone and George Clinton, and demonstrates a relationship between ‘black pop’ and politics, how and why this association occurs, and the employment, if at all, by each other.
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San Sharma
October 1, 2011
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