Index
accordion 17
Acoustic Guitar magazine 106
Adams, Bryan 99, 192
Adelphi Club (Hull, UK) 46
Aerosmith 99
Albeniz, Isaac 66
Alhambra Palace 73
All India Radio 187, 188
Alves, Ataulfo 172
A Meeting by the River179, 203n4
American Music Conference (AMC), the 101, 113
And the Cradle Will Rock (Van Halen) 117
Andersen, Eric 96
Andrade, Mario de 168
Anthony, Michael 117, 128
Anthrax 110
Appadurai, Arjun 63
Archive and Research Centre for Ethnomusicology (Delhi) 185
Aria guitars 126
Atkins, Chet 105
Attali, Jacques 29
Babaka village (Papua New Guinea) 139, 146
Bahia, Xisto 166
Baiteta Bushband Boys 150
Baiteta village (Papua New Guinea) 150
Balance (Van Halen) 123
Bandalon se (Hindi film) 195
Bandeira, Manuel 168, 170, 173
bandolim167, 174n3
banjo 11, 13, 21, 98, 114 five-string 22–3
BB Kings, The 146
B.C. Rich 110
Beatles, The 3, 46, 47, 90, 91, 94, 95, 97, 98, 99, 107 Beatlemania 107
Beck, Jeff 3, 99
Belfour, Robert 24
Berry, Chuck 98, 108
Bharadwaj, Vishal 195
Bhattacharya, Debashish 4, 7, 187–90, 200, 201
Bhushan Kabra, Brij 179, 188
Bide 172
bluegrass 4
blues 2–4, 52, 54, 101, 113 acoustic 27, 39 barrelhouse 14, 17 Canadian blues artists 5–6, 27, 32–9 Chicago 31, 39 country-blues 27, 31, 32, 33, 39 downhome 27, 31, 32 festivals - Fredericton 32, Harbourfront 32 revivals 32, 39 Southern blues 4, 12 Vaudeville 27
Bomase village (Papua New Guinea) 142
Bon Jovi 110
bossa nova158, 172, 193
Bourdieu, Pierre 6, 63
Bracey, Ishman 22
Bragg, Billy 53
‘Brazilian baroque’ 160
Brazilian guitar style 4
Bream, Julian 4, 67, 72, 157
Brewer, Blind Jim 28
Bridie, David 153
Brilliant Comers, the 46
British blues boom 3
Brito, Paula (printing shop) 166
Britpop 58–9
Brooks, Garth 110
Broonzy, Big Bill 30, 31, 33
Brouwer, Leo 3, 68
Brozman, Bob 200
Burning Bush 56
Bumside, R.L. 24

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  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgements vii
  • Notes on Contributors ix
  • 1 - Introduction: Guitars, Cultures, People and Places 1
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  • 2 - The Guitar in the Blues Music of the Deep South 11
  • Notes 25
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  • 3 - Unplugged: Blues Guitarists and the Myth of Acousticity 27
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  • 4 - ‘plug in and Play!’ Uk‘indie-Guitar’ Culture 45
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  • 5 - Handmade in Spain: the Culture of Guitar Making 63
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  • 6 - The Guitar as Artifact and Icon: Identity Formation in the Babyboom Generation 89
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  • 7 - Into the Arena: Edward Van Halen and the Cultural Contradictions of the Guitar Hero 117
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  • 7 - The Guitar Cultures of Papua New Guinea: Regional, Social and Stylistic Diversity 135
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  • 9 - Hybridity and Segragation in the Guitar Cultures of Brazil 157
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  • 10 - Rock to Raga: the Many Lives of the Indian Guitar 179
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