By Jason Toynbee

This is a hugely unique and compelling exploration of ways well known track is made. The function of the musician is frequently camouflaged by means of advertisement and advertising and marketing pressures and via the typical assumption that the song easily displays the musician's character. Drawing on a variety of ides from sleek cultural experiences, and interpreting musical texts from around the 20th century, Jason Toynbee offers a full of life reevaluation of what musicians truly do once they create renowned songs.

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