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1) Singing the Unspeakable: from ‘Sheath and Knife’ to ‘O Bondage, Up Yours! and 2) Pioneers, Friends, Rivals: Social Networks and the English Folksong Revival, 1889-1904
1) In their desire to shock their listeners, the British punk bands of the mid-late 1970s delighted in performing lyrics that extolled mob violence and sexual deviance. The Sex Pistols, the Clash, X-Ray Spex and Wire (among ...
Sea Songs from Two Oceans: A Comparative Analysis of Maritime Songs from the Coasts of Yorkshire and British Columbia
Yorkshire folksong collector Frank Kidson did most of his fieldwork during the last two decades of the Victorian era. The fruits of his labours during the 1880s found expression in his pioneering collection Traditional ...