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Review: Folk and Commercial in Popular Music

Reviewed Works: "Looking Up at Down": The Emergence of Blues Culture. by William B. Barlow; Fiddlin' Georgia Crazy: Fiddlin' John Carson, His Real World, and the World of his Songs. by Gene Wiggins; Entrepreneurs of Profit and Pride: From Black-Appeal to Radio Soul. by Mark Newman; The Death of Rhythm and Blues. by Nelson George; Break all Rules! Punk Rock and the Making of a Style. by Tricia Henry
Review by: John Ryan
Contemporary Sociology
Vol. 19, No. 4 (Jul., 1990), pp. 516-517
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