The first major account of the history of reggae, black music journalist Lloyd Bradley describes its origins and development in Jamaica, from ska to rock-steady to dub and then to reggae itself, a local music which conquered the world. There are many extraordinary stories about characters like Prince Buster, King Tubby and Bob Marley. But this is more than a book of music history: it relates the story of reggae to the whole history of Jamaica, from colonial island to troubled independence, and Jamaicans, from Kingston to London.
But this is more than a book of music history: it relates the story of reggae to the whole history of Jamaica, from colonial island to troubled independence, and Jamaicans, from Kingston to London.
Author: Lloyd Bradley
Publisher: Penguin UK
Good nutrition is fundamental to the success and sustainability of the aquaculture industry in terms of economics, fish health, high quality product production and minimizing environmental pollution. This book provides a unique, complete coverage of current information on nutrientrequirements, feed formulations and feeding practices of commercially important aquaculture species cultured around the world. Each chapter contains detailed feeding information on specific species and is written by an expert nutritionist on that species. The book is of interest to those workingprofessionally in the industry, graduate level students and researchers.
The attributes of being adaptable to a wide range of water salinity and turbidity probably make sea bass a suitable species for culture under captive conditions . Sea bass has been cultivated in both brackish - water and freshwater ...
Author: Carl D. Webster
Culture of Nonsalmonid Freshwater Fishes, 2nd Edition presents an expanded, updated description of important techniques and practices for the culture of some of the most widely cultured nonsalmonid species used for human consumption (channel catfish, tilapia, carp) for stocking freshwater bodies for recreational fishing (bass, walleye, striped bass), and for bait (minnows). This new edition features the latest information on spawning, nutritional requirements, special culture requirements, tolerance to various water quality parameters, and types of diseases that can occur. It is an essential book for all aquaculturalists, agency fishery biologists, and students interested in freshwater aquaculture.
Kerby , J. H. and Harrell , R. M. , Hybridization , genetic manipulation , and gene pool conservation of striped bass , in Culture and Propagation of Striped Bass and its Hybrids , Harrell , R. M. , Kerby , J. H. , and Minton , R. V. ...
Author: Robert R. Stickney
Publisher: CRC Press
Guidelines for striped bass culture . Striped Bass Committee of the Southern Division . Am . Fisheries Soc . , Bethesda , MD , 103 p . In The aquaCarlberg , J.M. , and J.C. Van Olst . 1987. Processing and marketing .
Based on the Methods of the United States Commission of Fish and Fisheries, with Chapters on the Cultivation of Oysters United States. Bureau of Fisheries. Ten years ago it was said that black bass did not exist in sufficiently large ...
Author: United States. Bureau of Fisheries
How did a distinct and powerful Black British identity emerge? In the 1950s, when many Caribbean migrants came to Britain, there was no such recognised entity as "Black Britain." Yet by the 1980s, the cultural landscape had radically changed, and a remarkable array of creative practices such as theatre, poetry, literature, music and the visual arts gave voice to striking new articulations of Black-British identity. This new book chronicles the extraordinary blend of social, political and cultural influences from the mid-1950s to late 1970s that gave rise to new heights of Black-British artistic expression in the 1980s. Eddie Chambers relates how and why during these decades "West Indians" became "Afro-Caribbeans," and how in turn "Afro-Caribbeans" became "Black-British" - and the centrality of the arts to this important narrative. The British Empire, migration, Rastafari, the Anti-Apartheid struggle, reggae music, dub poetry, the ascendance of the West Indies cricket team and the coming of Margaret Thatcher - all of these factors, and others, have had a part to play in the compelling story of how the African Diaspora transformed itself to give rise to Black Britain.
Cultural Politics in the Making of Black Britain Eddie Chambers. 273 Burning Spear, 'Columbus', ... Linton Kwesi Johnson, 'Inglan is a Bitch', from the album Bass Culture, Island records label, 1980. Ibid, 'Reggae Sounds', from the ...
Author: Eddie Chambers
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Category: Social Science
Guidelines for striped bass culture . American Fisheries Society , Southern Division , Striped Bass Committee , Bethesda , Maryland . Harrell , R. M. 1984. Review of striped bass brood stock acquisition spawning methods and fry ...
Author: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Category: Fish culture
This was done and several ner reservoirs were stocked with bass fry at the rate of 150 per surface acre of water . ... Economic bass culture in trout wintering ponds at the Hackettstown State Fish Hatchery . Trans . Am . Fish . Soc .
Category: Fish culture
The two volumes of The Oxford Handbook of Mobile Music Studies consolidate an area of scholarly inquiry that addresses how mechanical, electrical, and digital technologies and their corresponding economies of scale have rendered music and sound increasingly mobile-portable, fungible, and ubiquitous. At once a marketing term, a common mode of everyday-life performance, and an instigator of experimental aesthetics, "mobile music" opens up a space for studying the momentous transformations in the production, distribution, consumption, and experience of music and sound that took place between the late nineteenth and the early twenty-first centuries. Taken together, the two volumes cover a large swath of the world-the US, the UK, Japan, Brazil, Germany, Turkey, Mexico, France, China, Jamaica, Iraq, the Philippines, India, Sweden-and a similarly broad array of the musical and nonmusical sounds suffusing the soundscapes of mobility. Volume 2 investigates the ramifications of mobile music technologies on musical/sonic performance and aesthetics. Two core arguments are that "mobility" is not the same thing as actual "movement" and that artistic production cannot be absolutely sundered from the performances of quotidian life. The volume's chapters investigate the mobilization of frequency range by sirens and miniature speakers; sound vehicles such as boom cars, ice cream trucks, and trains; the gestural choreographies of soundwalk pieces and mundane interactions with digital media; dance music practices in laptop and iPod DJing; the imagery of iPod commercials; production practices in Turkish political music and black popular music; the aesthetics of handheld video games and chiptune music; and the mobile device as a new musical instrument and resource for musical ensembles.
Beyond obvious differences in preferred or dominant frequency ranges, what I am calling “treble culture” differs from what others have celebrated as “bass culture” in ways that deserve some explication.3 While a number of scholars and ...
Author: Sumanth Gopinath
Publisher: Oxford University Press
This Reader brings together a selection of key writings to explore the relationship between religion, media and cultures of everyday life. It provides an overview of the main debates and developments in this growing field, focusing on four major themes: Religion, spirituality and consumer culture Media and the transformation of religion The sacred senses: visual, material and audio culture Religion, and the ethics of media and culture. This collection is an invaluable resource for students, academics and researchers wanting a deeper understanding of religion and contemporary culture.
As theBass LoRydersdeclare on their Ryder Style album, “Our God, ina Way,is Bass.” Toalarge extent, bassfunctions asa stampof authenticity. Consequently,dub culture can be understood as, to quote Linton Kwesi Johnson, “bass culture” ...
Author: Gordon Lynch