Showboys

Showboys Author G. Hauser
ISBN-10 1542877903
Release 2017-02-25
Pages 258
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When web-series star, Mitch Ephraim gets selected to host a new cable-TV series, called Showboys, he has no idea how the cutting edge topics and informal format will be received.His co-host, a man ten years his junior, twenty-five year old Vince Keppel, is energetic and anxious for fame.In order to boost the fledgling show and get an instant following, producers Charlotte Deavers and Will Markham try gay-baiting. They have their straight hosts, kiss.The reaction is instant, and their edgy-raw news show is catapulted into social media heights.But, just how far are the two men willing to go for celebrity?And why does it matter?Showboys...Two straight men experimenting in gay-for-you ratings tactics. For Mitch and Vince, it's the difference between obscurity and stardom.



Bounce Baby Bounce The Beginning

Bounce Baby Bounce  The Beginning Author GM Robert
ISBN-10 9781365340987
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Third Coast

Third Coast Author Roni Sarig
ISBN-10 9780306816475
Release 2007-09-07
Pages 384
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Typically, more than half the top rap songs in the country are the work of Southern artists. In a world still stuck in the East/West coast paradigm of the '90s, Southern hip hop has dominated the genre-and defined the culture-for years. And the South's leading lights, most notably OutKast, Timbaland, and more recently, crunk superstars like the Ying Yang Twins and Lil Jon, have expanded the parameters of hip hop. Third Coast is the first book to deal with Southern hip hop as a matter of cultural history, and the first to explain the character and significance of down South rapping to fans as well as outsiders. It tells the story of recent hip hop, marking how far the music has come sonically and culturally since its well-documented New York-centered early years.



King of the Queen City

King of the Queen City Author Jon Hartley Fox
ISBN-10 9780252091278
Release 2010-10-01
Pages 280
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King of the Queen City is the first comprehensive history of King Records, one of the most influential independent record companies in the history of American music. Founded by businessman Sydney Nathan in the mid-1940s, this small outsider record company in Cincinnati, Ohio, attracted a diverse roster of artists, including James Brown, the Stanley Brothers, Grandpa Jones, Redd Foxx, Earl Bostic, Bill Doggett, Ike Turner, Roy Brown, Freddie King, Eddie Vinson, and Johnny "Guitar" Watson. While other record companies concentrated on one style of music, King was active in virtually all genres of vernacular American music, from blues and R & B to rockabilly, bluegrass, western swing, and country. A progressive company in a reactionary time, King was led by an interracial creative and executive staff that redefined the face and voice of American music as well as the way it was recorded and sold. Drawing on personal interviews, research in newspapers and periodicals, and deep access to the King archives, Jon Hartley Fox weaves together the elements of King's success, focusing on the dynamic personalities of the artists, producers, and key executives such as Syd Nathan, Henry Glover, and Ralph Bass. The book also includes a foreword by legendary guitarist, singer, and songwriter Dave Alvin.



Women and Schooling

Women and Schooling Author Rosemary Deem
ISBN-10 9780415683579
Release 2012
Pages 170
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This book begins with an analysis of the gradual extension of educational opportunities for women since the nineteenth century, with special attention given to the period since 1944. There is careful exploration of the interaction between the family and the school, and an examination of their role as institutions which help to maintain the existing class relations, sexual division of labour and ideology of a capitalist society. Rosemary Deem also looks at how these institutions differentiate the socialization, culture and education of girls from that of boys, and considers the implications of the Sex Discrimination Act and the Equal Opportunities Commission for education.



The Jazz of the Southwest

The Jazz of the Southwest Author Jean A. Boyd
ISBN-10 9780292783218
Release 2010-01-01
Pages 293
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They may wear cowboy hats and boots and sing about "faded love," but western swing musicians have always played jazz! From Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys to Asleep at the Wheel, western swing performers have played swing jazz on traditional country instruments, with all of the required elements of jazz, and some of the best solo improvisation ever heard. In this book, Jean A. Boyd explores the origins and development of western swing as a vibrant current in the mainstream of jazz. She focuses in particular on the performers who made the music, drawing on personal interviews with some fifty living western swing musicians. From pioneers such as Cliff Bruner and Eldon Shamblin to current performers such as Johnny Gimble, the musicians make important connections between the big band swing jazz they heard on the radio and the western swing they created and played across the Southwest from Texas to California. From this first-hand testimony, Boyd re-creates the world of western swing-the dance halls, recording studios, and live radio shows that broadcast the music to an enthusiastic listening audience. Although the performers typically came from the same rural roots that nurtured country music, their words make it clear that they considered themselves neither "hillbillies" nor "country pickers," but jazz musicians whose performance approach and repertory were no different from those of mainstream jazz. This important aspect of the western swing story has never been told before.



We Winna Be Dauntit The History of the Racine Kilties Drum and Bugle Corps 1934 1992

We Winna Be Dauntit  The History of the Racine Kilties Drum and Bugle Corps 1934   1992 Author George Fennell
ISBN-10 9781300266174
Release 2012-10-01
Pages 738
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Were you ever a member, instructor or a fan of the Racine Kilties Junior Drum and Bugle Corps? If so, then "We Winna Be Dauntit! The History of the Racine Kilties Drum and Bugle Corps 1934 - 1992" is for you! Through deep and extensive research this remarkable book chronicles the history of the Kilties during all three phases of their existence: the parade corps years from 1934 through 1947, the competitive years from 1948 through 1982 and the alumni corps years of 1986 and 1992. Inside you will find: 133 photographs How and when the Kilties were organized Rosters for every year from 1947 through 1986 Repertoires for every year from 1952 through 1992 Parent's Club Officers listed for nearly all years Schedules and turn-out information for all years Scores or placements for most of the contests entered Details about every Kiltie Kapers and every "Drum Corps Day" Fund raising methods used by the Parent's Club to support the Kilties How, when and why the Kilties disbanded



The Mirror

The Mirror Author George Aidoo
ISBN-10
Release 1981-01-23
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Bounce

Bounce Author Matt Miller
ISBN-10 9781558499362
Release 2012
Pages 214
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Over the course of the twentieth century, African Americans in New Orleans helped define the genres of jazz, rhythm and blues, soul, and funk. In recent decades, younger generations of New Orleanians have created a rich and dynamic local rap scene, which has revolved around a dance-oriented style called "bounce." Hip-hop has been the latest conduit for a "New Orleans sound" that lies at the heart of many of the city's best-known contributions to earlier popular music genres. Bounce, while globally connected and constantly evolving, reflects an enduring cultural continuity that reaches back and builds on the city's rich musical and cultural traditions. In this book, the popular music scholar and filmmaker Matt Miller explores the ways in which participants in New Orleans's hip-hop scene have collectively established, contested, and revised a distinctive style of rap that exists at the intersection of deeply rooted vernacular music traditions and the modern, globalized economy of commercial popular music. Like other forms of grassroots expressive culture in the city, New Orleans rap is a site of intense aesthetic and economic competition that reflects the creativity and resilience of the city's poor and working-class African Americans.



The Impact of Population Growth on Well being in Developing Countries

The Impact of Population Growth on Well being in Developing Countries Author Dennis A. Ahlburg
ISBN-10 9783662032398
Release 2013-03-14
Pages 360
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This book examines the nature and significance of the impact of population growth on the weIl-being of developing countries-in particular, the effects on economic growth, education, health, food supply, housing, poverty, and the environment. In addition, because family planning programmes often significantly affect population growth, the study examines the impacts of family planning on fertility and health, and the human rights implications of family planning programmes. In considering the book's conclusions about the impact of population growth on development, four caveats should be noted. First, the effects of population growth vary from place to place and over time. Thus, blanket statements about overall effects often cannot be made. Where possible, the authors note the contexts in which population effects are strongest and weakest. Second, all of the outcomes examined in this book are influenced by factors other than population growth. Moreover, the impact of population growth may itself vary according to the presence or absence of other factors. This again makes bl anket statements about the effects of population growth difficult. Throughout the chapters, the authors try to identify other relevant factors that influence the outcomes we discuss or that influence the impact of population growth on those outcomes.



Country Music Records

Country Music Records Author Tony Russell
ISBN-10 9780199881543
Release 2004-10-07
Pages 1200
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More than twenty years in the making, Country Music Records documents all country music recording sessions from 1921 through 1942. With primary research based on files and session logs from record companies, interviews with surviving musicians, as well as the 200,000 recordings archived at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum's Frist Library and Archives, this notable work is the first compendium to accurately report the key details behind all the recording sessions of country music during the pre-World War II era. This discography documents--in alphabetical order by artist--every commercial country music recording, including unreleased sides, and indicates, as completely as possible, the musicians playing at every session, as well as instrumentation. This massive undertaking encompasses 2,500 artists, 5,000 session musicians, and 10,000 songs. Summary histories of each key record company are also provided, along with a bibliography. The discography includes indexes to all song titles and musicians listed.



Education as and for Legitimacy

Education as and for Legitimacy Author M.K. Bacchus
ISBN-10 9780889208919
Release 2006-01-01
Pages 359
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This study of the development of education in the British West Indian colonies during the last half of the nineteenth century examines the educational policies and curriculum used in schools following the abolition of slavery. During this period the nature and development of the educational system in the region was profoundly affected by the decline of the sugar industry, the emergence of black and coloured middle classes and the threat they posed to the ruling white elite, and the institutionalization of cultural divisions between the black and white populations. Bacchus argues that after 1846 the elite white plantocracy used the educational system to maintain domination following the end of slavery. This is the first book to present an overall picture of educational developments in the British West Indies in this period and pays special attention to the historical context in which they occurred. In Education as and for Legitimacy, the author continues the study of West Indian education he began with his previous book, Utilization, Misuse, and Development of Human Resources in the Early West Indian Colonies.



COUNTRY MUSIC ARTISTS

COUNTRY MUSIC ARTISTS Author DEREK TAYLOR
ISBN-10 9781447591184
Release 2011
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Handbook of Texas Music

Handbook of Texas Music Author Laurie E. Jasinski
ISBN-10 9780876112977
Release 2012-02-22
Pages 800
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The musical voice of Texas presents itself as vast and diverse as the Lone Star State’s landscape. According to Casey Monahan, “To travel Texas with music as your guide is a year-round opportunity to experience first-hand this amazing cultural force….Texas music offers a vibrant and enjoyable experience through which to understand and enjoy Texas culture.” Building on the work of The Handbook of Texas Music that was published in 2003 and in partnership with the Texas Music Office and the Center for Texas Music History (Texas State University-San Marcos), The Handbook of Texas Music, Second Edition, offers completely updated entries and features new and expanded coverage of the musicians, ensembles, dance halls, festivals, businesses, orchestras, organizations, and genres that have helped define the state’s musical legacy. · More than 850 articles, including almost 400 new entries· 255 images, including more than 170 new photos, sheet music art, and posters that lavishly illustrate the text· Appendix with a stage name listing for musicians Supported by an outstanding team of music advisors from across the state, The Handbook of Texas Music, Second Edition, furnishes new articles on the music festivals, museums, and halls of fame in Texas, as well as the many honky-tonks, concert halls, and clubs big and small, that invite readers to explore their own musical journeys. Scholarship on many of the state’s pioneering groups and the recording industry and professionals who helped produce and promote their music provides fresh insight into the history of Texas music and its influence far beyond the state’s borders. Celebrate the musical tapestry of Texas from A to Z!



Freedom for Individual Development

Freedom for Individual Development Author Gordon Hanson
ISBN-10 WISC:89096578794
Release 1977
Pages 217
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Making Selling and Wearing Boys Clothes in Late Victorian England

Making  Selling and Wearing Boys  Clothes in Late Victorian England Author Clare Rose
ISBN-10 9781351920599
Release 2016-12-05
Pages 294
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There has been a great deal of recent interest in masculine clothing, examining both its production and consumption, and the ways in which it was used to create individual identities and to build businesses, from 1850 onwards. Drawing upon a wide range of sources this book studies the interaction between producers and consumers at a key period in the development of the ready-made clothing industry. It also shows that many innovations in advertising clothing, usually considered to have been developed in America, had earlier British precedents. To counter the lack of documentary evidence that has hitherto hampered research into the dress practices of non-elite groups, this book utilises thousands of unpublished visual documents. These include hundreds of manufacturers' designs, which underline an unexpected degree of investment by manufacturers in boys' clothing, and which was matched by heavy investment in advertising, with thousands of images of boys' clothing for shop catalogues in the Stationers' Hall copyright archive. Another key source is the archives of Dr Barnardo's Homes. This extraordinary collection contains over 15,000 documented photographs of boys entering between 1875 and 1900, allowing us to look beyond official polarization of 'raggedness' and 'respectability' used by charities and social reformers of all stripes and to establish the clothing that was actually worn by a large sample of boys. A close analysis of 1,800 images reveals that even when families were impoverished, they strove to present their boys in ways that reflected their position in the family group and in society. By drawing on these visual sources, and linking the design and retailing of boys' clothing with social, cultural and economic issues, this book shows that an understanding of the production and consumption of the boys clothing is central to debates on the growth of the consumer society, the development of mass-market fashion, and concepts of childhood and masculinity.



A Witch s Primer

A Witch s Primer Author Lorin Manderly
ISBN-10 9781467069489
Release 2005-10-10
Pages 172
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Finally! Here is a children's textbook for kids being raised as Witches and Pagans. Each chapter teaches the Wiccan basics for each subject and ends with a summary and a list of questions for children to test their knowledge on the material learned. •This is the first in a series of textbooks that will get progressively more advanced for each grade. The intent is to help students begin their Wiccan education and prepare them for seeking out further knowledge on the topics that interest them the most.