Flyboy in the Buttermilk: Essays on Contemporary America

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Simon & Schuster, 1992 - Music - 285 pages
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Village Voice columnist Greg Tate offers essays and tales of American music and culture, from Be-Bop to Hip-Hop. He examines music, books, newspaper reporting, and more to explore such issues as racism, poverty, sexism, homophobia, and political and economic injustices from a black point of view.

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The latest entry in the Rock Bowl Parade of pop music/culture critic readers features the most strident voice and is, alternately, the best and worst of the lot. Village Voice columnist Tate ... Read full review

Contents

Foreword by Henry Louis Gates Jr
13
Cecil Taylors Monster Movie
24
Wynton Marsalis
45
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About the author (1992)

Greg Tate is a renowned cultural critic who writing has appeared in The Village Voice, Rolling Stone, The Washington Post, and Artforum.

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