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Title Country music annual 2001 / edited by Charles K. Wolfe and James E. Akenson.

Published Lexington : University Press of Kentucky, [2001]


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 1 online resource (220 pages)
Books at JSTOR Evidence Based Acquisitions
Contents Cover; Half-title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Introduction; Having the Franchise: Country Music TV from the Third Coast; WSM, Country Music, and Television; Country Music Television; The Nashville Network; Formative Period; Gearing Up for Production; Programming; Weekday Programming; Dancin' USA; 1-40 Paradise; Fandango; Nashville Now!; Yesteryear in Nashville; Nashville After Hours; Offstag; Opryland on Stage; Weekend Programming; Country Sportsman; American Sports Cahacade; Stars of the Grand Ole Opry; Bobby Bare and Friends: Songwriter Showcase; This Week in Nashville; Tumbleweed Theater.
Performance Plus from Popular Hot RoddingFire on the Mount; Backstage at the Grand Ole Opry; Gospel Country; The Tommy Hunter Sho; That's Country; Phantom of the Opry; The Launch of TNN; Conclusions; Bibliography; The Country Music-NASCAR Connection; Notes; Performance, Faith, and Bluegrass Gospel: An Anthropological Journey with Jerry and Tammy Sullivan; Ethnography and the Culture of Gospel Mus; Family, Faith, and Community Traditions; Conformity and Conflict in Pentecostal Lifeways; Conclusion; Works Cited; Song Titles; Interviews by the Author; Performance Tapes.
Jerry and Tammy Sullivan Discography""Oh, What a Life a Mess Can Be"": Uncle Tupelo, Bahktin, and the Dialogue of Alternative Country Music; Bakhtin, Genre, and; Genre and Bakhtin; Country, Punk, and and Uncle Tupelo; Country Music; Punk Rock; Alt. country; The Dialogue of Uncle Tupelo; Disk Art; Closing Thoughts; Notes; Works Cited; Come Prepared to Stay. Bring Fiddle: The Story of Sally Ann Forrester, the Original Bluegrass Girl; Sally Ann Forrester; Notes; Discography; There's a Little Bit of Everything in Texas: The Texas Musical Roots of Ernest Tubb.
The Jimmie Rodgers YodelersGene Autry and the Cowboys; Two Texas Bands; The Western Swing/Honky-Tonk Artists; Al Dexter; Summary/Appraisal; Notes; How a Salvation Army Hymn Became a Gospel Standard: The Story of ""The Great Judgment Morning""; Notes; ""The Great Judgment Morning"": A List of Known Recordings; 78 RPM Records; Compact Discs; Cassettes; Long Play Albums; Video; World Wide Web; Radio and the Blue Ridge; Notes; The Carter Family's Rhythmic Asymmetry; Rhythmic Asymmetry; The Phenomenon of Asymmetry; Dropped Beat; Phrase Asymmetry; Changing Meter; Guitar Topics; Melodic Truncation.
PolymeterRhythmically Symmetrical Songs; Structure; Harmony; Notes; Country Music's Confederate Grandfather: Henry C. Gilliland; Notes; Appendix 1 Fiddle Tunes Mentioned in Gilliland Scrapbook Clippings; Appendix 2 Fiddlers Mentioned in Gilliland Scrapbook Clippings; Appendix 3 Moses J. Bonner A Brief Sketch; Contributors.
Summary The swelling interest in popular music studies has far outpaced the outlets for publication. With the Country Music Annual, scholars, students, and interested readers have a place for sharing their research and ideas. The subjects of this second volume range from one of the very first musicians to make country records, Henry Gilliland, to the current avant-garde work of the alternative country band Uncle Tupolo. Ernest Tubb's musical roots, the origins of one of Roy Acuff's classic gospel songs, and the Carter Family's rhythms are discussed in these pages. Even NASCAR makes an appearance. Advis.
Other author Wolfe, Charles K.
Akenson, James E.
JSTOR issuing body.
Subject Country music -- History and criticism.
Electronic books.
Criticism, interpretation, etc.
ISBN 9780813157184 (electronic bk.)
0813157188 (electronic bk.)