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Xenakis I. Musiques formelles.. nouveaux principes formels de composition musicale (fr)(1981)(ISBN 2234015103)(KA)(T)(206s)

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From very early on, and despite bouts of respiratory trouble that made the schedule all the more challenging, Jimmie Rodgers would leave that bigbucks vaudeville circuit to appear in smaller towns and tiny hamlets, in venues that drew the sorts of people who came from his world. He deliberately chose to stage these sometimes nearly continuous strings of engagements in places where not many acts, let alone stars of his magnitude, bothered to appear. As the Depression deepened, money for a ticket was hard for his fans to come by, and yet they kept on coming.

As both Frosty the Snowman and the actor–film director and country star Dwight Yoakam found out, there can be some very useful mojo in donning the right hat. Jimmie Rodgers showed remarkable ease and interest in moving through an array of public images and sounds. This protean, shape-shifting quality, and the ways it could be put to work, would be marks of pop superstars decades later. For Johnny Cash, there would be a series of themed “working man” or “cowboy” or “prison-bound” albums. For Elvis Presley, there would be movies that placed him in the very settings created in Rodgers records—from the jailhouse, to the army, to New Orleans, Hawaii, and beyond.

Ernest Tubb, the future cornerstone of honky tonk country, was then just a Brownwood, Texas, kid willing to go hungry to buy the latest Jimmie Rodgers record. He would later recall how locals lined up for blocks to see Jimmie Rodgers in person at a full dollar Close to the Ground 35 ticket price, even for a passing twenty-minute appearance on a vaudeville bill, when the same movie theater was finding it difficult to fill half the house showing a movie for a dime. Jimmie Rodgers’ often-repeated appearances in these out-of-the-way towns and his close-to-the-ground performances for these hard-hit, hardworking audiences were full of personal encounters with locals.

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