BAP220 Analytical Essay – Ain’t That Good News 1964

Posted: April 6, 2012 in RESEARCH LOGS, RESOURCES
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The analytical essay requires you to demonstrate the depth and breadth your sense of historical perspective regarding the social, cultural, economic and political conditions that influenced the artists and the works that they produced. It is important that the key technical elements and aesthetic conditions be examined through the analysis.

Ensure that you provide a clear and insightful overview of the selected period (or movement). It must be evident through the report that you have conducted research on the periods and the selected works (or artists). Other than reading on the topic this should also involve extensive examination of a variety of creative works. Ensure that you consistently use quotes and other materials to support the analysis.

ASSIGNMENT SUBMISSION:

SAM COOKE BIO

Sam Cooke – Wikipedia [Accessed: 06.04.12]

‘Dream Boogie’: The Life and Death of Sam Cooke – NPR.com [Accessed: 06.04.12]

Biography – AllMusic.com [Accessed: 07.04.12]

The Death of Sam Cooke – TruTV.com [Accessed: 07.04.12]

The Songs of Sam Cooke [Accessed: 16.04.12]

Sam Cooke – Answers.com [Accessed: 18.04.12]

Sam Cooke – Abcko.com [Accessed: 19.04.12]

AIN’T THAT GOOD NEWS 1964 ALBUM

Ain’t That Good News – Wiki [Accessed: 06.04.12]

Review – AllMusic.com [Accessed: 07.04.12]

PROQUEST

Black Pop Songwriting 1963-1966 [Accessed: 06.04.12]

Twistin’ the Night Away with Sam Cooke: Soul Master Stirred the Masses with a Voice Made in Heaven [Accessed: 06.04.12]

GOSPEL

Popular Song and Music Theater: Performance Styles and Musical Characteristics of Black Gospel Music – ProQuest.com [Accessed: 23.04.12]

Getting Gospel Going – ProQuest.com [Accessed: 23.04.12]

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