Mercy, mercy me : the art, loves and demons of Marvin Gaye / Michael Eric Dyson.
|Authors:||Dyson, Michael Eric.|
|Call number:||B Gaye DYS|
|Publisher:||New York : Basic Civitas Books, c2004.|
Singers -- United States -- Biography.
|Online:||Table of contents|
|Title:||Mercy, mercy me : the art, loves and demons of Marvin Gaye / Michael Eric Dyson.|
|Physical description:||xiv, 290 p. ; 22 cm.|
|Contents note:||"Ain't nothing like the real thing" : Marvin Gaye's meaning -- "What's going on" : Marvin, Motown, and me -- "Stubborn kind of fellow" : the search for a style -- "If this world were mine" : the politics of soul music -- "Somethin' like sanctified" : sexuality and spirituality -- "How sweet it is to be loved by you" : black love and secret romance -- "Come live with me, angel" : eroticism and exodus -- "Father, father, father we don't need to escalate" : Afroedipalism, corporal punishment, and the politics of self-destruction -- "Trouble man" : from the Prince of Motown to the Pied Piper of R&B.|
|Biography note:||Includes bibliographical references (p. 261-280), discography (p. 253-260), and index.|
|ISBN:||046501769X (alk. paper)|
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