Calvin Russell

Calvin Russell

So ist „Rebel Radio“ denn auch kein euphorischer Kracher, sondern ein eher besinnliches Werk, in dem neben ehrlichem Blues-Rock auch unüberhörbare Country-Roots verwurzelt sind. Die 13 Songs dieses Albums sind herbe Romantiker der alten ...

Author: Wolfgang Metzmacher

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand

ISBN: 9783833412950

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Page: 152

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Dieses Buch ist geschrieben vom einem Musik-Fan und Plattensammler f r Musik-Fans der Texas-Rock Szene und Fans des Singer/Songwriter Genres. Es gibt einen berblick ber den Werdegang des texanischen Outlaws, der selbst nach zw lf Alben noch immer ein v llig Unbekannter in seiner Heimatstadt Austin ist. In Frankreich, der Schweiz und Deutschland dagegen genie t er Kultstatus. Das Buch enth lt allein auf 27 Seiten eine umfangreiche Discographie mit Promotion-Records und raren Live-Aufnahmen. Einige ausf hrliche Interviews legen die faszinierende Pers nlichkeit Russell's frei. Das Buch listet zudem die Besetzungen der einzelnen Bands auf, beleuchtet die Platten/CD's mit zahlreichen Kritiken, berichtet ber Konzerte - und last but not least zeigt es Russell auch als Plattenkritiker im Blind-Date. Abgerundet wird das Fanbuch durch eine kurze Werkschau seiner Band-Mitglieder und Freunde wie z.B. Townes van Zandt, Jon Dee Graham oder Blaze Foley. Und f r den aktiven Musiker gibt es die Tabs zu vier Songs.
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Radio in Revolution

Radio in Revolution

Government officials regularly intercepted messages that provided much of the intelligence on rebel forces and movements. In midJanuary, as a significant battle over the city of Puebla neared, military radio specialists overheard a ...

Author: J. Justin Castro

Publisher: U of Nebraska Press

ISBN: 9780803288720

Category: History

Page: 288

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Long before the Arab Spring and its use of social media demonstrated the potent intersection between technology and revolution, the Mexican Revolution employed wireless technology in the form of radiotelegraphy and radio broadcasting to alter the course of the revolution and influence how political leaders reconstituted the government. Radio in Revolution, an innovative study of early radio technologies and the Mexican Revolution, examines the foundational relationship between electronic wireless technologies, single-party rule, and authoritarian practices in Mexican media. J. Justin Castro bridges the Porfiriato and the Mexican Revolution, discussing the technological continuities and change that set the stage for L�zaro C�rdenas's famous radio decree calling for the expropriation of foreign oil companies. Not only did the nascent development of radio technology represent a major component in government plans for nation and state building, its interplay with state power in Mexico also transformed it into a crucial component of public communication services, national cohesion, military operations, and intelligence gathering. Castro argues that the revolution had far-reaching ramifications for the development of radio and politics in Mexico and reveals how continued security concerns prompted the revolutionary victors to view radio as a threat even while they embraced it as an essential component of maintaining control.
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Kenya National Assembly Official Record Hansard

Kenya National Assembly Official Record  Hansard

I would also like to say that the Chairman of FORJD(K) has stated clearly, again and again, that they are going to have a rebel radio. What does a rebel radio mean? Hon. Members: A free radio! The Minister for Education (Mr. Kamotho): ...

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The official records of the proceedings of the Legislative Council of the Colony and Protectorate of Kenya, the House of Representatives of the Government of Kenya and the National Assembly of the Republic of Kenya.
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Kenya National Assembly Official Record Hansard

Kenya National Assembly Official Record  Hansard

I would also like to say that the Chairman of FORJD(K) has stated clearly, again and again, that they are going to have a rebel radio. What does a rebel radio mean? Hon. Members: A free radio! The Minister for Education (Mr. Kamotho): ...

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The official records of the proceedings of the Legislative Council of the Colony and Protectorate of Kenya, the House of Representatives of the Government of Kenya and the National Assembly of the Republic of Kenya.
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Power Plays Power Works

Power Plays Power Works

8 Black Liberation Radio started life as WTRA (Tenants Rights Association). Its founder, then called Dewayne Readus, has now taken the name Mbanna Kantako. Accounts of “Rebel Radio” such as Black Liberation Radio (or WTRA) can be found ...

Author: John Fiske

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317498551

Category: Social Science

Page: 372

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Now, more than 20 years since its initial release, John Fiske’s classic text Power Plays Power Works remains both timely and insightful as a theoretically driven examination of the terrain where the politics of culture and the culture of politics collide. Drawing on a diverse set of cultural sites - from alternative talk radio forums, museums, celebrity fandom, to social problems such as homelessness - Fiske traverses the topography of the American cultural landscape to highlight the ways that ordinary people creatively construct their social identities and relationships through the use of the resources available to them, while constrained by social conditions not of their own choosing. This important analysis provides a set of critical methodological and analytical tools to grapple with the complexities and struggles of contemporary social life. A new introductory essay by former Fiske student Black Hawk Hancock entitled ‘Learning How to Fiske: Theorizing Power, Knowledge, and Bodies in the 21st Century’ elucidates Fiske’s methods for today’s students, providing them with the ultimate guide to thinking and analyzing like John Fiske; the art of ‘Learning How to Fiske’.
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Congressional Record

Congressional Record

The first They said that the night before Caamano's ( new junta chief Imbert Barreras ) and a target to be knocked out was the rebel radio . investiture , he had met with four top Comconstitutional democracy ( Caamano Deno ) .

Author: United States. Congress

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ISBN: IND:30000126168792

Category: Law

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The Congressional Record is the official record of the proceedings and debates of the United States Congress. It is published daily when Congress is in session. The Congressional Record began publication in 1873. Debates for sessions prior to 1873 are recorded in The Debates and Proceedings in the Congress of the United States (1789-1824), the Register of Debates in Congress (1824-1837), and the Congressional Globe (1833-1873)
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299 Days The Stronghold

299 Days  The Stronghold

For the past few weeks, they were recording Rebel Radio and burning it to the CDs. They couldn't put the recordings up on the internet because they'd get caught, so they went to a “sneaker net”: delivering CDs by walking them someplace ...

Author: Glen Tate

Publisher: Prepper Press

ISBN: 9781939473035

Category: Fiction

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299 Days: The Stronghold, the fourth book in the 299 Days series, Grant Matson begins teaming up with others who will help the community of Pierce Point become a Patriot stronghold, ready to stand against government Loyalists, the Undecideds and the Oblivious. Using the United States Constitution as a guide, they develop a sense of order and begin planning for a future that shows no sign of improving. Outside of Pierce Point, the country continues its downward spiral. The Feds are rationing food and gas and playing favorites while some states are choosing to “opt out” of the Federal Government. Scrappy street gangs have made way for sophisticated white collar gangs who, along with government officials, participate in bartering and bribery of every kind. Vigilantes are loose everywhere, and those working for what is left of the government don’t know if they’re with the good guys or bad guys. The Pierce Point Patriots prepare to defend their land, their families, and their beliefs, even if that means going up against those in their community who are loyal to the government and all things that lead to the Collapse of America.
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Feminista Frequencies

Feminista Frequencies

Community Building through Radio in the Yakima Valley Monica De La Torre ... While producing in different time periods and under different conditions, the radio programming at Soul Rebel Radio as well as current Latinx podcasts are ...

Author: Monica De La Torre

Publisher: University of Washington Press

ISBN: 9780295749686

Category: Social Science

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Beginning in the 1970s Chicana and Chicano organizers turned to community radio broadcasting to educate, entertain, and uplift Mexican American listeners across the United States. In rural areas, radio emerged as the most effective medium for reaching relatively isolated communities such as migrant farmworkers. And in Washington’s Yakima Valley, where the media landscape was dominated by perspectives favorable to agribusiness, community radio for and about farmworkers became a life-sustaining tool. Feminista Frequencies unearths the remarkable history of one of the United States’ first full-time Spanish-language community radio stations, Radio KDNA, which began broadcasting in the Yakima Valley in 1979. Extensive interviews reveal the work of Chicana and Chicano producers, on-air announcers, station managers, technical directors, and listeners who contributed to the station’s success. Monica De La Torre weaves these oral histories together with a range of visual and audio artifacts, including radio programs, program guides, and photographs to situate KDNA within the larger network of Chicano community-based broadcasting and social movement activism. Feminista Frequencies highlights the development of a public broadcasting model that centered Chicana radio producers and documents the central role of women in developing this infrastructure in the Yakima Valley. De La Torre shows how KDNA revolutionized community radio programming, adding new depth to the history of the Chicano movement, women’s activism, and media histories.
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Latin America Media and Revolution

Latin America  Media  and Revolution

In contrast with the “imagined communities” of the Creoles, accidentally created by newspapers in colonial Latin America, the community of rebel radio listeners was deliberately constructed by the insurgents.33 The main audience was ...

Author: J. Darling

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9780230612006

Category: Political Science

Page: 226

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This book compares rebel media use in three Mesoamerican rebellions: the Nicaraguan Revolution, the Salvadoran civil war and the Zapatista uprising in Chiapas, Mexico. Directly comparing media use in all three rebellions provides a richer understanding of the role of media in social change, particularly violent change.
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Masters of War

Masters of War

See also civil rights Radical Civil Union (UCR), 260-61 Radio Catolica, 352 Radio Free Cuba, 459 Radio Havana, 459 Radio Marti, 459-60, 477, 525 Radio Moscow, 87 Radio Rebelde (Rebel Radio), 36 Radio Reloj, 36 Radio Sandino, 134 radio ...

Author: Clara Nieto

Publisher: Seven Stories Press

ISBN: 9781609800499

Category: History

Page: 624

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In Masters of War, Clara Nieto adeptly presents the parallel histories of the countries of Latin America, histories that are intertwined, each reflecting the United States’ "coherent policy of intervention" set into motion by the Monroe Doctrine. As the value of this continued policy comes increasingly into question, Nieto argues for the need to evaluate the alarming precedent set in Latin America: the institution of client dictatorships, the roles played by the interests of U.S. corporations, the enormous tolls taken on civilian populations, and the irreversible disruption of regional stability. Drawing from an impressive array of documents and sources as well as from her unique first-hand insights as a participant in crucial meetings and negotiations in the region from the mid-1960s through the mid-1980s, Nieto chronicles the Cuban Revolution, the CIA-sponsored coup against popularly elected President Allende in Chile, the U.S. invasions of Panama and Grenada, U.S. support for the cultivation and training of paramilitary death squads in Nicaragua, El Salvador, and Colombia, as well as similarly severe but less well-known situations in other countries such as Uruguay, Venezuela, Argentina, Peru, Bolivia, Honduras, and Guatemala. Masters of War offers, from an informed perspective, perhaps for the first time, a distanced, objective analysis of recent Latin American history. Clara Nieto’s depth of knowledge and understanding is an invaluable resource at a time when the media is seen as unapologetically aligned with the interests of major corporations and policymakers, and the American public has reached a new height of apprehension regarding the intentions behind and consequences of its government’s policies.
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