Problematizing the popular: the dynamics of Pinoy pop(ular) music and popular protest music

@article{Maceda2007ProblematizingTP,
  title={Problematizing the popular: the dynamics of Pinoy pop(ular) music and popular protest music},
  author={Teresita Gim{\'e}nez Maceda},
  journal={Inter-Asia Cultural Studies},
  year={2007},
  volume={8},
  pages={390 - 413}
}
ABSTRACT In 1973, the pop music industry in the Philippines, long dominated by the American Top 40, was jolted by the emergence of a new kind of sound that delivered soulful Filipino lyrics in the medium of Western rock. At about the same time the protest movement found, in the popular forms of Western rock and folk, powerful vehicles for cultural resistance. This experimentation within and outside the industry generated great interest across social classes and opened many possibilities for new… 

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