“When I Say Get It”: A Brief History of the Boogie

“When I Say Get It”: A Brief History of the Boogie essay .................... "When I Say Get It" by Burgin Mathews One night I was laying down. I heard mama and papa talking. I heard papa tell mama to let that boy boogie-woogie. 'Cause it's in him, and it's got to come out. --John Lee Hooker, "Boogie Chillen" We love to boogie on a Saturday night. --T. Rex, "I Love to Boogie" "I like to boogie-woogie," Madonna proclaimed in the title track of her 2000 release, Music: "it's like riding on the wind and it never goes away." The boogie-woogie--or just boogie for short-- born one hundred years before Madonna sang its praises, had survived into a new millennium and, as far at least as that pop songstress was concerned, would be around forever. Madonna at Wembley Arena, 2006, courtesy of Annodam/Rocco under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 License. like to boogie-woogie," Madonna proclaimed in the title track of her 2000 release, Music: "it's like riding on the wind and it never goes away." The boogie-woogie--or just boogie for short--born one hundred years before Madonna sang its praises, had survived into a new millennium and, as far at least as that pop songstress was concerned, would be around forever. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Southern Cultures University of North Carolina Press

“When I Say Get It”: A Brief History of the Boogie

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essay .................... "When I Say Get It" by Burgin Mathews One night I was laying down. I heard mama and papa talking. I heard papa tell mama to let that boy boogie-woogie. 'Cause it's in him, and it's got to come out. --John Lee Hooker, "Boogie Chillen" We love to boogie on a Saturday night. --T. Rex, "I Love to Boogie" "I like to boogie-woogie," Madonna proclaimed in the title track of her 2000 release, Music: "it's like riding on the wind and it never goes away." The boogie-woogie--or just boogie for short-- born one hundred years before Madonna sang its praises, had survived into a new millennium and, as far at least as that pop songstress was concerned, would be around forever. Madonna at Wembley Arena, 2006, courtesy of Annodam/Rocco under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 License. like to boogie-woogie," Madonna proclaimed in the title track of her 2000 release, Music: "it's like riding on the wind and it never goes away." The boogie-woogie--or just boogie for short--born one hundred years before Madonna sang its praises, had survived into a new millennium and, as far at least as that pop songstress was concerned, would be around forever.

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Southern CulturesUniversity of North Carolina Press

Published: Aug 13, 2009

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