Volume ! in English!
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Here is the list of all the Volume! articles available in English for free download on the website:
An English version of this issue, with extra articles, will be published by Ashgate in 2013. The articles will be available in English on our website two years after the publication.
Here are the book reviews in English, available in the French versions:
Ian Inglis (UK – Northumbria) : Andy Bennett (ed.) (2004), Remembering Woodstock, Farnham & Burlington : Ashgate.
Richard Elliott (UK – IASPM) : Keith Negus (2008), Bob Dylan, Sheffield : Equinox.
Patrick Burke (USA – Washington) : Russell Reising (ed.) (2006), Speak to Me: The Legacy of Pink Floyd's The Dark Side of the Moon, Aldershot & Burlington : Ashgate.
Peter Mills (UK – Leeds Metropolitan) : Kevin Fellezs (2011), Birds of Fire: Jazz, Rock, Funk and the Creation of Fusion (Refiguring American Music), Durham : Duke University Press.
Werner Zips (Austria – Vienna), “There ain’t just Black in the Atlantic, Jack!
Transformations of Masculinity from the Outlaw to the Rebel in Dancehall Reggae”
Sarah Etlinger (USA –Wisconsin), “Beyond the Music: Rethinking Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band”
Gerry McGoldrick (Canada – York), “From Annie Laurie to Lady Madonna: A Century of Cover Songs in Japan”
Charles Mueller (USA – Florida State), “Gothic Covers: Music, Subculture and Ideology”
Jan Butler (UK – Oxford Brookes), “Musical Works, Cover Versions and Strange Little Girls”
Gary R. Boye (USA – Appalachian State), “Bluegrass Covers of Boby Dylan Songs in the Sixties”
Keith Kahn-Harris (UK – Goldsmith College) & Fabien Hein (France – Université de Metz), “Metal studies: a bibliography”
Julia Pine (Canada – Carleton), “Cold Press: Early Punk Fanzines in Canada’s Capital”
Christian Schmidt (Germany – Free University of Berlin) “Meanings of Fanzines in the Beginning of Punk in the GDR and FRG: An Approach Towards a Medium Between Staging, Communication and the Construction of Collective Identities”
Annelise Sklar (USA – California, San Diego), “The Personal, Political, and a Little Bit of Everything Else: Girls, Grrrls and Perzines”
Eric Gonzalez (France – Rennes II), “Jim Jarmush's Aesthetics of Sampling in 'Ghost Dog - the Way of the Samurai'“
Gianni Sibilla (Italy – Cattolica di Milano), “So Empty without Me. Intermediality, Intertextuality and Non-commercila Factors in the Evaluation of Pop Music: The (not so) Strange Case of MTV and Eminen”
Birgit Richard (Germany –Frankfurt), “Warm Bitch: The Practice of Bootlegging as a Clash of Club Sound Cultures”
Klaus Neumann-Braun (Switzerland – Basel), “‘… Computer Music is Cool!’ Theoretical Implications of Ambivalences in Contemporary Trends in Music Reception”
Peter Hawkins (UK – Bristol), “The Career of Léo Ferré: a Bourdieusian Analysis”
Kim Harrison (UK – Leeds), “Putain d’camion: Commercialism and the Chanson Genre in the Work of Renaud”
Sean Albiez (UK – Southampton), “Strands of the Future: France and the Birth of Electronica”
Edwin C. Hill Jr. (USA – Southern California), “Aux armes et caetera ! Re-covering Nation for Cultural Critique”
Barbara Lebrun (UK – Manchester), “A Case Study of Zebda: Republicanism, métissage and Authenticity in Contemporary France”