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Tim Wall's Studying Popular Music Culture is that rare thing, an academic study of music that seeks to tie together the strands of the musical text, the industry that produces it, and the audience that gives it meaning. Wall acts as a wary guide to an industry that is currently in total flux, showing the reader how conventional histories of popular music are shaped by social, industrial and technical factors that ultimately leak over into the ways in which we listen to and interpret music.
Great supplementary resource for those business students who wish to engage music as an industry.
An important addition to this growing subject. Easily accessible for undergraduate and post graduate students.
This is a very useful text book for an alround understanding of the wider context of the music industry and I have put it on the recommended reading list for Music Business and Management students' modules.
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