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The Missing Links, The Missing Links (1965)

Jon Stratton

Jon Dale is a writer and researcher based in Melbourne, Australia. He teaches across a number of fields (popular music, experimental writing, media studies, criminology, sociology, screen studies) at a number of institutions. He also writes for the English music magazine Uncut, and contributes liner notes and essays to a number of record labels and other publications. He is currently working on several books about DIY and post-punk music, and texts on experimental film and diary film making. He also runs the record labels Tristes Tropiques and Rose Hobart. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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An Anthology of Australian Albums : Critical Engagements

Bloomsbury Academic, 2020

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...The Missing Links made only one album. Their eponymous record was released in December 1965. It was put together at a time when singles were still more highly regarded by record companies, and in common with, for example, the first Who...

Introduction

Jon Stratton

Jon Dale is a writer and researcher based in Melbourne, Australia. He teaches across a number of fields (popular music, experimental writing, media studies, criminology, sociology, screen studies) at a number of institutions. He also writes for the English music magazine Uncut, and contributes liner notes and essays to a number of record labels and other publications. He is currently working on several books about DIY and post-punk music, and texts on experimental film and diary film making. He also runs the record labels Tristes Tropiques and Rose Hobart. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Jon Dale

Jon Stratton is Adjunct Professor in the School of Creative Industries at the University of South Australia. His most recent publications include Black Popular Music in Britain since 1945 (edited with Nabeel Zuberi, 2014) and When Music Migrates: Crossing British and European Racial Faultlines 1945-2010 (2014). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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An Anthology of Australian Albums : Critical Engagements

Bloomsbury Academic, 2020

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...Over the last twenty years there have been numerous academic books devoted to Australian popular music. It is fitting that the first was Tony Mitchell’s Popular Music and Local Identity, given Tony’s contribution to the development...

The Scientists, Blood Red River (1983)

Jon Stratton

Jon Dale is a writer and researcher based in Melbourne, Australia. He teaches across a number of fields (popular music, experimental writing, media studies, criminology, sociology, screen studies) at a number of institutions. He also writes for the English music magazine Uncut, and contributes liner notes and essays to a number of record labels and other publications. He is currently working on several books about DIY and post-punk music, and texts on experimental film and diary film making. He also runs the record labels Tristes Tropiques and Rose Hobart. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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An Anthology of Australian Albums : Critical Engagements

Bloomsbury Academic, 2020

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... Stratton 2007a).In retrospect it is possible to see the Scientists as a key element in the avant-garde, alternative rock movement that formed in the inner cities of Sydney and Melbourne in the early 1980s, a movement at fundamental variance...

Jews, Judaism and Popular Music

The Bloomsbury Handbook of Religion and Popular Music

Bloomsbury Academic, 2017

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... of the West (see Stratton 2005; Beeber 2008). By the 1990s the New York RJC scene was evolving. What developed in the late twentieth century in the United States, in the context of American multiculturalism, was a new assertive Jewish culture...