Don't Get Above Your Raisin': Country Music and the Southern Working Class

Don t Get Above Your Raisin Country Music and the Southern Working Class A spirited and informative history of country music connects the music to the people who listen to it tracing its evolution among the nation s working class

  • Title: Don't Get Above Your Raisin': Country Music and the Southern Working Class
  • Author: Bill C. Malone
  • ISBN: 9780252026782
  • Page: 291
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A spirited and informative history of country music connects the music to the people who listen to it, tracing its evolution among the nation s working class

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    1. Bill C. Malone

      Bill C. Malone Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Don't Get Above Your Raisin': Country Music and the Southern Working Class book, this is one of the most wanted Bill C. Malone author readers around the world.

    199 thoughts on “Don't Get Above Your Raisin': Country Music and the Southern Working Class”

    1. Don't get above your raisin', stay down to Earth with me -- Bill Malone never quotes the song that serves as the title of his book, a history of country music in its southern contextbut its spirit is ever present. Using the lives of country's most passionate and storied performers, Malone reflects on the tradition and finds it a lovable mess -- alternatively humble and bragging, pious and rowdy. Malone's deep familiarity with the tradition, and his love for it, are obvious. He doesn't simply tre [...]


    2. Dog my cats, this is a great thematic history of country music, by the dean, if you will, of the topic, whose book Country Music USA led me to much great music.Now that I've finished the chapters and notes, I find I linger over the Bibliographical and Discographical Suggestions.Highly recommended.


    3. Bill Malone might not be one of the most prolific writers, but every book is very much worth the while for anyone seriously interested in the history of country music. Crammed with information and insightfull observations. A delight to read and very much an addition to the growing stream of books on American Music.





    4. Fascinating review of the history of country music related to it's social background. A worthy follow up of country music U.S.A.


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