Issue 103: 20th Annual Southern Music Issue – North Carolina — Digital Edition (music download not included*)
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A high-resolution PDF of the Winter 2018 issue, for those who would prefer to read the Oxford American on a digital device.
*NOTE: The music associated with this issue is NOT included in the digital download. To obtain a physical copy of the CD, please email a request to firstname.lastname@example.org. (Cost of domestic shipping is included in the download price; international orders subject to additional shipping charge.)
The Oxford American presents its 20th annual Southern Music Issue, featuring more than 25 stories exploring the history and legacy of North Carolina music. Among the contributors are novelists Jonathan Lethem, Jill McCorkle, and Wiley Cash, and the beloved North Carolina musicians Rhiannon Giddens and Tift Merritt. Nina Simone, one of the most important artists of the twentieth century, is the cover artist and subject of a feature essay written by poet Tiana Clark.
The issue comes with a 24-song CD sampler (plus accompanying digital download with four bonus tracks) highlights music from NC legends like Simone, Thelonious Monk and John Coltrane, Earl Scruggs and Doc Watson, James Taylor, and Elizabeth Cotten, and many others. Accompanying the sampler in the issue are detailed liner notes and essays on the songs.
The issue includes a 160-page PDF.