From Pop to Punk to Postmodernism: Popular music and Australian culture from the 1960s to the 1990s


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    First Edition.

    Journalists, historians, music lovers and cultural critics come together in this collection to track what exactly happened in Australian music between 1962 and 1992. Ensuring their focus isn’t solely on the Midnight Oils and Kylies of the day, they foreground the role of women and Indigenous artists, showing how politics, race, class and gender all contributed to some of the most formative years in Australian music history.

    Some wear marking on back cover near spine. Very small ink marking to inside cover. Very Good Condition.

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    Philip Hayward: From Pop to Punk to Postmodernism: Popular music and Australian culture from the 1960s to the 1990s
    Allen & Unwin, North Sydney, 1992. First Edition. Binding: Softcover. Book Condition: Very Good Condition. 188 pages. Some wear marking on back cover near spine. Very small ink marking to inside cover. Journalists, historians, music lovers and cultural critics come together in this collection to track what exactly happened in Australian music between 1962 and 1992. Ensuring their focus isn’t solely on the Midnight Oils and Kylies of the day, they foreground the role of women and Indigenous artists, showing how politics, race, class and gender all contributed to some of the most formative years in Australian music history. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: .32 kilos. ISBN: 1863732519. ISBN/EAN: 9781863732512. Inventory No: 0000132.
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