An Analysis of the Southern Rock and Roll Band "Black Oak Arkansas" (Studies in the History & Interpretation of Music S. v. 51)
By: Cecil Kirk Hutson (author)Hardback
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Tracing the career of southern band, Black Oak Arkansas, this volume looks at the band's humble beginnings as penniless boys with penchant for crime, to successful businessmen who gave millions back to their community. It explores an aspect of southern culture that has been ignored: how music changed, modified, or swayed southern intellectual thought and social views, and reinforced the messages, opinions, and ideas of southern society. Through an extensive analysis of traditional and non-traditional primary and secondary sources, this study determines how Black Oak Arkansas reflected and/or influenced southern culture. The result is an original contribution to the cultural, musical, and social history of the American South.
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