“’Hit Me with Music’: Protest and Popular Recordings” borrows from Reggae artist Bob Marley’s lyric, “One good thing about music, when it hits you feel no pain” and asserts the political role that popular music has played in political discussions over the past 50 years. This seminar will examine seven specific recordings from across musical genres (R&B, Rock, Reggae, Jazz, Hip Hop, Afro-beat, and Folk) and explore the circumstances and issues that these recordings address.
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