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Title Access all eras : tribute bands and global pop culture / edited by Shane Homan.

Published Maidenhead, Berkshire : Open University Press, 2006.


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Southbank  781.64 ACCE    AVAILABLE
Physical description xi, 255 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Part 1 Industries and Audiences -- 1 Even better than the real thing? Understanding the tribute band phenomenon / Andy Bennett 19 -- 2 'You've got to carry that weight': tribute acts in the entertainment supermarket / Shane Homan 32 -- 3 Roses and rotten tomatoes: a case study of Liverpool's Mathew Street festival and the contested spaces of cultural redevelopment / Holly Tessler 52 -- 4 Beatles live in Moscow, 1982: tribute audiences, music history and memory / Shane Homan 67 -- Part 2 Tribute Case Studies -- 5 Music goes on and on and on...and on - popular music's affective franchise / John Neil 83 -- 6 In the wake of Hendrix: reflections on a life after death / Chris Richards 103 -- 7 Fabricating the Fab Four: pastiche and parody / Ian Inglis 121 -- 8 'Smoke gets in your ears': the Marlboro Flashback tour as agent of change in the Netherlands / Lutgard Mutsaers 135 -- 9 Yearning for eleki: on Ventures tribute bands in Japan / Keiji Maruyama, Shuhei Hosokawa 151 -- 10 All the King's Elvii: identifying with Elvis through musical tribute / Jason Oakes 166 -- 11 Selling out or buying in? The dual career of the original and cover band musician / Guy Morrow 182 -- 12 Toca Raul! Praise singers on Brazil's central plateau / Jesse Samba Wheeler 198 -- Part 3 Covers and Adaptations -- 13 Tian ci - Faye Wong and English songs in the Cantopop and Mandapop repertoire / Tony Mitchell 215.
Summary Summary: Examines the tribute band phenomenon and its place within the global popular music industry. This book also looks at music industry attitudes towards imitation, including copyright issues and the use of multimedia performance techniques to deliver the authentic tribute experience.
Other author Homan, Shane.
Subject Popular music.
Popular culture.
ISBN 0335216900 (paperback)
0335216919 (hb.)