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Music at the Borders: Not Drowning, Waving…

Music at the Borders: Not Drowning, Waving and Their Engagement With Papua…

by Philip Hayward

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"Not Drowning, Waving formed in Melbourne in 1983. Over the next decade they became one of Australia's most original rock bands, recording a series of inventive albums and attracting critical acclaim."--BOOK JACKET. "Music At The Borders provides a detailed history of one remarkable facet of their career, their long-term engagement with the music - and musicians - of Papua New Guinea. Individual chapters analyse the Melbourne music culture from which the band emerged, the musical style they developed; their work with musicians associated with PNG's Pacific Gold Studios; and the band's re-union for the 1996 Sing Sing tour."--BOOK JACKET.… (more)

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