Tramps like Us: Music & Meaning among Springsteen Fans

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Interviews

Anderson Kirk. April 27, 1993. Conversation over drinks at the bar in B. B. Binks Restaurant, Norton, Massachusetts.

Chyzowych Gene. April 21, 1993. Meeting in Waggoner Room, at the Department of American Civilization, Brown University.

Curley Russell. April 20, 1993. Meeting in the Blue Room, Faunce House, Brown University.

-----. November 2, 1993. Meeting in kitchen of Department of American Civilization, Brown University.

Everson Zachary. October 23, 1993. Meeting at his parents' home, Reading, Massachusetts.

Fischer Paul. May 25, 1993. Telephone conversation.

Gabriel Carrie. April 26, 1995. Meeting in an office at the Department of American Civilization, Brown University.

Gillis Jacqueline. May 12 to June 16, 1993. Electronic mail dialogue.

Johnson Judi. January 13, 1994. Telephone conversation.

Khorasani A1. March 23, 1993. Telephone conversation.

-----. October 28, 1993. Telephone conversation.

Krause Mary, and Lynn Cavicchi. April 30, 1993. After-dinner conversation at the Cavicchi home in Norton, Massachusetts.

Laurence Andrew. May 12 to November 2, 1993. Electronic mail dialogue.

Levine Alan. April 2, 1993. Telephone conversation.

Lucullo Louis. March 21 to August 23, 1993. Electronic mail dialogue.

McLain Laurie. March 9 to March 16, 1993. Electronic mail dialogue.

-----. March 28, 1993. Telephone conversation.

Merrill David. March 9 to May 25, 1993. Electronic mail dialogue.

Mocko David. May 11 to June 10, 1993. Electronic mail dialogue.

O'Brien John. March 15, 1993. Meeting in the Waggoner Room, Department of American Civilization, Brown University.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Acknowledgements xi
  • Contents xv
  • Introduction - Studying Fandom 3
  • 1 - Does Anybody Have Any Faith Out There Tonight? 22
  • 2 - Touched by the Music 38
  • 3 - Ignoring the Music Business 60
  • 4 - Fans in the Audience Performance and the Politics of Participation 86
  • 5 - Listening and Learning 108
  • 6 - Musically Shaping the Self 134
  • 7 - Belonging Together 158
  • Conclusion - Toward an Experience-Near Understanding of Popular Music 184
  • Postscript 190
  • Appendix A Springsteen Fan Questionnaire 195
  • Appendix B - Bruce Springsteen, American Discography (major Works) 199
  • Notes 201
  • References 205
  • Index 217
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