Friday, December 5, 2008

The dissertation is finished

You ought to be able to download the disseration as a PDF from this link.
http://sites.google.com/site/charlesmsharp/

Since Google sites doesn't allow for comments, please feel free to leave comments here.

Thanks to everybody that helped with this!

4 comments:

kraig grady said...

Thanks so much Charles for capturing what might had gotten lost otherwise. So many did so much. I love them all. Thank you on a personal level too of capturing not only the facts, but how others as well as myself thought and approached representing the musical landscape that called for new ways of thinking and acting.

greggwager said...

I was very pleased to see such a serious work on such a great topic. I hope that you get the opportunity to keep researching Los Angeles music during the 1980s, because it was such an important city at such an important time.

Brent Wilcox said...

Good work, Charles. I'm frankly honored to be a part of it. Like Kraig said, a lot could have been lost otherwise - it wasn't exactly widely noticed at the time.

Glad to see attention given to obscure music and dedicated people who didn't (or still don't) fit into established niches.

As for me, my radio experiment continues...

Jeff Schwartz said...

Congratulations! This looks great. It can't wait to dig into it.