Flyboy 2 : the Greg Tate reader
—Tate, Greg, author.
Book
2016
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Item Details
Subjects:
African Americans -- Music -- History and criticism.
Popular music -- United States -- History and criticism.
ISBN:
9780822361961
Description:
356 pages ; 23 cm
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents:
"Lust. Of all things. Black."
The black male show
Amiri Baraka
Wayne Shorter
Jimi Hendrix
John Coltrane
Gone fishing: remembering Lester Bowie
The black artists' group
Butch Morris
Charles Edward Anderson Berry and the history of our future
Lonnie Holley
Marion Brown (1931-2010) and Djinji Brown
Dark angels of dust: David Hammons and the art of streetwise transcendentalism
Bill T. Jones: combative moves
Gary Simmons: conceptual bomber
The persistence of vision: storyboard P
Manchild at large: one-on-one with Ice Cube, hip-hop's most wanted
Wynton Marsalis: jazz crusader
Thornton Dial: free, black, and brightening up the darkness of the world
Kehinde Wiley
Rammellzee: the ikonoklast samurai
Richard Pryor: Pryor lives
Richard Pryor Obit
Gil Scott-Heron
The man in our mirror: Michael Jackson
Miles Davis
She laughing mean and impressive too
Born to Dyke: I love my sister laughing and then again when she's looking mean, queer and impressive
Joni Mitchell: black and blond
Azealia Banks
Sade: black magic woman
All the things you could be by now if James Brown was a feminist
Itabari Njeri
Kara Walker
Women at the edge of space, time, and art: ruminations on Candida Romero's little girls
Ellen Gallagher
To bid a poet black and abstract
"The Gikuyu mythos versus the Cullud grrrl from outta space": a Wangechi Mutu feature
Come join the hieroglyphic zombie parade: Deborah Grant
Björk's second act
The golden age: Thelma Golden
Hello Darknuss my old meme
Top ten reasons why so few black women were down to occupy wall street plus four more
What is hip-hop?
Intelligence data: Bob Dylan
Hip-hop turns thirty
Love and crunk: outkast
White freedom: Eminem
Wu-Dunit: Wu-Tang Clan
Unlocking the truth vs. John Cage
Screenings
Spike Lee's bamboozled
It's a Mack thing
Sex and negrocity: John Singleton's baby boy
Lincoln in whiteface: Jeffrey Wright and Don Cheadle in Suzan-Lori Parks's topdog/underdog
The black power mixtape
Race, sex, politricks, and belles lettres
Major's league
The Atlantic sound: Caryl Phillips's the atlantic sound
Apocalypse now: Patricia Hill Collins's Black sexual politics; Thomas Shevory's Notorious H.I.V.; Jacob Levenson's The secret epidemic
Blood and bridges
Nigger 'Tude
Triple threat: Jerry Gafio Watts's Amiri Baraka; Hazel Rowley's Richard Wright; David Macey's Frantz Fanon
Bottom feeders: Natsuo Kirino's out
Scaling the heights: Maryse Conde's Windward heights
Fear of a Mongrel planet: Zadie Smith's White teeth
Adventures in the skin trade: Lisa Teasley's glow in the dark
Generations hexed: Jeffery Renard Allen's Rails under my back
Going underground: Gayl Jones's Mosquito
Judgment day: Toni Morrison's Love and Edward P. Jones's The known world
Black modernity and laughter, or how it came to be that n*g*as got jokes
Kalahari Hopscotch, or notes toward a twenty-volume Afrocentric futurist manifesto.
LCCN:
2015049621
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