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Newspaper accounts
weeping
wailing
ecstasy-ridden hysteria
they bite their lips until they bleed
twistings, orgiastic jerks
When was the Ed Sullivan Appearance?
Feb 64
With whom did the Beatles famously commune in 1968?
Maharishi Mahesh Yoga
"uncontrolled vocal and motor responses"
Evan Davies, 1969, Journal of the History of Ideas, "Psychological Characteristics of Beatle Mania"
Please Please me Date
2/63
Onset of Shona Trance
something akin to epileptic fit, cries of anguish
Royal Variety Show date
11/63
Ray Charles Cover
I got a woman
Soft, Gospel, Call and Response Groups
The Shirelles
The Drifters
Smokey Robinson and the Miracles
Article about snake-handlers
Steven Kane, 1974
name of Shona God
Mwari
The whole thing is a farce
E.V. Bogomas, 1968
"More Popular then Jesus" and the far right
Mark Sullivan, 1987
Oesterreich
1921, trans. 1930
Polyrhythm "confuses the brain"
William Sargent, 1957
Who says Long Tall Sally made frenzy in 1961?
Hunter Davies, authorized bio of the Beatles, 1985
Percussion and Transition
Andrew Needham, 1967
Sound and Ritual
Anthony Jackson, 1968
Bourguignon's 5-year study
1963-8
Bouguignon's "Possession"
1975
Original Rouget
1980
Psychological Study of Beatlemania
Evan Davies, 1969
Possession music of the Shangana-Tsonga
Thomas F. Johnston, 1972
Berliner
1976, 1978
Rock & Roll, the devil's diversion
Bob Larson, 1970
Noebel
1965-6
Ethnography of a Beatles fan
Dianne Tye, 1987.
Shangana-Tsona tamburines
ncomane
Shangana-Tsonga Rattles
marhonge
Primary instrument in mbira music
kushaura
Shona gourd rattle
hosho
Shona low humming singing style
mahon’era
Shona high yodelling style
huro
Shona poetic verba style
kudektera
Sources of American Styles in the Music of the Beatles
Charles Gower Price, 1997
Tarantism: First order of business to determine type of spider
Ernesto de Martino (1966)
Tarentism in Apulia
Henry Sigerest, 1948
Draws on Physicians, Athanasius Kircher
Three kinds of possession Tonga
Basangu (Shamanism)
Masabe ("airplane, guitar")
Zilube (ghost possession)
Organizing Principles
1 healthy insider vs. psychotic outsider
2 relationship of informant to participant
3 Connection with religion/diety
4 prescribed or spontaneous behavior?
5 Provenance of the spirits
Beatlemania—A Study in Adolescent Enthusiasm
A. J. W. Taylor, 1966
"Fashion" of nervous attacks among Swahili women
Richard Thrunwald, 1935.
Black and White in East Africa
Cf. Leonora Greenbaum, IM Lewis
A Physiological Explanation of Unusual Behavior in Ceremonies Involving Drums
Andrew Neher, 1962.
Shangana-Tsonga Zulu spirit music
duple-time, "mandhlozi" rhythms
pentatonic modes
Shangana-Tsonga Ndau Spirit music
triplet "xidzmba" rhythms
heptatonic modes
Shangana-Tsonga spirit music for extremely stubborn spirits
"XiNdau": duple-time, hexatonic
second interlocking part in mbira music
kutsinhir, emphasizes bass notes
Women-only ululation throughout the night at Shona bira
kupururudza
IM Lewis groups with women more frequently possessed
Singapore
New Guinea
Solomon Islands
Polynesia
Zambia