The Politics of Recorded Sound

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The Politics of Recorded Sound
Journal Issue Volume 28, Number 1 Number: 102 Published: 2010 An issue of Social Text
Special Issue Editor: Gustavus Stadler


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1. Introduction: Breaking Sound Barriers– Gustavus Stadler

2. Sound, Knowledge, and the "Immanence of Human Failure": Rethinking Musical Mechanization through the Phonograph, the Player-Piano, and the Piano–David Suisman

3. Deaf Jam: From Inscription to Reproduction to Information–Mara Mills

4. Splicing the Sonic Color-Line: Tony Schwartz Remixes Postwar Nueva York–Jennifer Stoever-Ackerman

5. Never Heard Such a Thing: Lynching and Phonographic Modernity–Gustavus Stadler

6. Can You Feel the Beat?: Freestyle's Systems of Living, Loving, and Recording–Alexandra T. Vazquez

7. Buzz and Rumble: Global Pop Music and Utopian Impulse–Jayna Brown

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ISBN Paperback: 978-0-8223-6730-7