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Reggae and Hip Hop in Southern Italy : Politics, Languages, and Multiple Marginalities / Susanna Scarparo and Mathias Sutherland Stevenson
Bib ID 7886218
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline [text, online resource]
Scarparo, Susanna, 1970- author
Online Access
Description Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018] 
1 online resource. 
ISBN 9783319965055 ((electronic bk.))
3319965050 ((electronic bk.))
Invalid ISBN 9783319965048

Pop music, culture and identity.

Full contents
  • Intro; Acknowledgements; Contents; Chapter 1: Introduction; Works Cited; Discography; Chapter 2: The Roots and Routes of Reggae from Jamaica to Italy; The Internationalization and Transculturation of Jamaican Popular Music; Reggae and the Music Politics of British Youth During the 1970s; Reggae Makes Its Mark in Italy; Works Cited; Discography; Chapter 3: "Inna Different Stylee": The Renaissance of Youth Culture and Politics in Bari; Reggae's Arrival in Bari and the Renewal of Youth Politics; New Connective Marginalities: Reggae and Punk from Bari to London
  • The Reclamation of Space and the Music Politics of la GiunglaDissemination Through Alternative Media: "Ganja University" and Rebel Soul; The Closure of la Giungla and the Evolution of Different Stylee's Musical Practice; Works Cited; Discography; Chapter 4: Sud Sound System and the Revival of Salentine Language, Culture, and Identity; Militant P and Struggle: Reggae's Bridge Between Bari and Salento; Southern Connective Marginalities; Transculturation from Below: Dialect, Roots and Culture, and Edutainment; Tarantamuffin and the Connection with Local Traditions
  • Beyond Salento: Isola nel Kantiere, the Reggae-Hip Hop ConnectionThe Translocal Breakout and Early Recordings of Sud Sound System; Works Cited; Discography; Chapter 5: The Rise of the Posses and the Power of the Word; La Pantera, Radio Onda Rossa, and the Autonomist Roots of the Roman Posses; The Response to the Lega Nord and Racism; The Movement's Broadening Influence and Visibility; The Posse Movement Hits the Silver Screen; New Neapolitan Soundscapes; Works Cited; Discography; Chapter 6: Southern Echoes of the Posses in Sardinia: Sa Razza; The Pride of Rapping in Sardinian: "In Sa Ia"
  • Fighting from Below: "Stiamo Giù"Creating Communities: "Grandu Festa"; Works Cited; Discography; Chapter 7: The Legacy of the Posses Beyond Genres and Across Generations: Randagiu Sardu, Mama Marjas, Claudia Aru; From Raggamuffin to Rappamuffin: Randagiu Sardu (the Stray Sardinian); The Italian Queen of Reggae: Mama Marjas; Jiminy the Talking Cricket: Claudia Aru; Works Cited; Discography; Chapter 8: Conclusion; Works Cited; Discography; Index

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed October 16, 2018).

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Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Ipswich, MA Available via World Wide Web. 
Subjects Reggae music -- Italy, Southern.  |  Hip-hop -- Italy, Southern.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Stevenson, Mathias Sutherland, author  |  EBSCOhost


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