I Love Ricky: Music & Otherness in i love Lucy

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I Love Ricky: Music & Otherness in i love Lucy

  1. 1. Sounds of Television<br />Hilde Van den Bulck★ University of Antwerp ★ “Bye Bye ‘Hello Ladies’? Announcers as Continuity Techniques in a Post-linear Television Landscape: An International Comparison.”<br />Erin Copple Smith ★ University of Wisconsin, Madison ★“Music Supervision for Fun & Profit: Alexandra Patsavas and the Logics of Television Music”<br />Gina Giotta★ University of Iowa ★ “Silencing Sex: Sound Design and The Girls Next Door”<br />Lori Landay ★ Berklee College of Music ★ “I Love Ricky: DesiArnaz, the Latin Music Craze, & Representations of the Other in I Love Lucy”<br />
  2. 2. “I Love Ricky: DesiArnaz, the Latin Music Craze, & Representations of the Other in I Love Lucy”Lori Landay, Associate Professor of Cultural Studies, Berklee College of Music<br />
  3. 3. Xavier Cugat in Roots of Rhythm (1994)<br />
  4. 4. DesiArnaz in Too Many Girls (1940) from Roots of Rhythm, narrated by Harry Belafonte (1994)<br />
  5. 5. Ricky takes center stage as “Other” in “Lucy Goes to the Hospital” (1953)<br />
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  7. 7. Ricky introduces the African number in “Cuban Pals” (1952)—which was the I Love Lucy episode in The Mambo Kings<br />
  8. 8. Ricky performs “Babalu” in “The Audition” (1951), based on the pilot for I Love Lucy<br />
  9. 9. A pilgrim crawls on the ground trying to reach the altar of Saint Lazarus during the Santeria religion's Saint Lazarus Day, in Rincon, on the outskirts of Havana, December 17, 2008. Reuters Pictures<br />Authentic “Babalu Aye” as sung on Saint Lazarus Day. Sound clip from PRI’s The World: Global Hit: Babalu (2005)<br />
  10. 10. DesiArnaz brings Cuban American music and masculinity into the mainstream with music, image, and movement<br />DesiArnaz<br />
  11. 11. Sounds of Television<br />Hilde Van den Bulck★ University of Antwerp ★ “Bye Bye ‘Hello Ladies’? Announcers as Continuity Techniques in a Post-linear Television Landscape: An International Comparison.”<br />Erin Copple Smith ★ University of Wisconsin, Madison ★“Music Supervision for Fun & Profit: Alexandra Patsavas and the Logics of Television Music”<br />Gina Giotta★ University of Iowa ★ “Silencing Sex: Sound Design and The Girls Next Door”<br />Lori Landay ★ Berklee College of Music ★ “I Love Ricky: DesiArnaz, the Latin Music Craze, & Representations of the Other in I Love Lucy”<br />

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