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  • Cohen, S and Strachan, R 2005. 'Musical representations of the shrinking city'. Shrinking cities, volume 1: International investigation. Edited by P Oswalt. Catalogue for the 'Shrinking Cities' exhibition, Berlin: Institute for Contemporary Art.
  • Cohen, S 2008. Decline, renewal and the city in popular music culture: beyond the Beatles. Guildford: Ashgate.
  • Connell, J and Gibson, C 2003. Sound tracks: popular music, identity and place. London: Routledge.
  • Crafts, SD, Cavicchi, D, and Keil, C 1993. My music. New England: Wesleyan University Press.
  • Daniels, S 2006. Suburban pastoral: Strawberry Fields forever and sixties memory. Cultural Geographies.13: 28-54.
  • Dockwray, R 2005. Deconstructing the rock anthem: textual form, participation and collectivity. PhD Thesis: University of Liverpool.
  • Du Noyer, P 2002. Liverpool: wondrous place. London: Virgin.
  • Frith, S 1987. 'The industrialisation of popular music'. Popular music and communication. Edited by J Lull. Newbury Park, Calif: Sage Publications. pp53-77.
  • Frith, S and Horne, H 1987. Art into pop. London: Methuen.
  • Forman,M 2000. '"Represent": race, space and place in rap music'. Popular Music. 19: 1. pp65- 90.
  • Garofolo, R 1992. 'Popular music and the civil rights movement' in rockin' the boat: mass music and mass movements. Golson, The Playboy Interviews, Du Noyer, Liverpool p228.
  • Gillett, C 1983. The Sound of the City. London: Souvenir
  • Hebdige, D 1979. Subculture: the meaning of style. London: Routlege.
  • Krims, A 2007. Music and urban geography. London: Routledge.
  • Manuel, P 1993. Cassette culture: popular music and technology in north india. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
  • McCartney, P 2002. 'Foreword' to Liverpool: wondrous place by P Du Noyer. London: Virgin.
  • Middleton, R 2003. 'Class'. Continuum encyclopedia of popular music of the world, Volume 1. Edited by John Shepherd et al. London: Continuum.
  • Russell, D 1987. Popular music in England, 1840-1914: a social history. Manchester: Manchester University Press.
  • Shank, B 1994. Dissonant identities: the rock 'n' roll scene in Austin, Texas. Hanover, NH: University Press of New England.
  • Shepherd, J and Manuel, P 2003. 'Urbanisation'. Continuum encyclopedia of popular music of the world, Volume 1. Edited by John Shepherd et al. London: Continuum.
  • Stokes, M 1994. 'Introduction' to Ethnicity, identity and music: the musical construction of place, edited by M Stokes. Oxford: Berg. pp1-27.
  • Turchi, P 2004. Maps of the imagination: the writer as cartographer. San Antonio: Trinity University Press.
  • Van Leeuwen, T 1998. 'Music and ideology: notes toward a sociosemiotics of mass media music'. Popular music and society. 22:4. pp25-54.
  • Wallis, R and Malm, K 1984. Big sounds from small peoples. New York: Pendragon Press.
  • Waxer, L 2002. The city of musical memory: salsa, record grooves and popular music in Cali, Colombia. New England: Wesleyan University Press.
  • Willis, PE 1978. Profane culture. London: Routledge Falmer.

Films and radio programmes referred to in the Sounds of the City section:

  • '8 Mile'
  • 'Crossing the Line'
  • 'Dancing in the Rubble' (Radio 4, 29 October 1982).

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