Rockin' the Boat by Reebee Garofalo
Mass Music & Mass Movements

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Rockin' the Boat is about the relationship between mass-mediated popular musics...and political struggles around the world.--from the introduction.

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Reebee Garofalo" has taught at the University of Massachusetts Boston since 1978. He is the co-author of "Rock 'n' Roll is Here to Pay" (1977), editor of "Rockin' the Boat" (1992), and co-editor of "Policing Pop" (2003). He has written numerous articles and lectured internationally on a broad range of subjects relating to popular music and the music industry and serves on the editorial collective of the "Journal of Popular Music Studies." As a fan, musician, and educator, he is immersed in music, particularly its use as a community resource and an educational tool.
Published July 1, 1999 by South End Press. 333 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Arts & Photography. Non-fiction

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Garofalo (coauthor of Rock and Roll is Here to Pay ) has compiled a wildly uneven anthology ``about the relationship between mass-mediated popular musics .

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