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Review: Deadly Sounds, Deadly Places: Contemporary Aboriginal Music in AustraliaUser Review - Ebeneezer - Goodreads
Extensively researched and very interesting book about the intersection of Aboriginal land rights and Aboriginal pop music. However, like many such books, it's still white people writing anthropologically about non-white people. Read full review
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