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You Don’t Own Me – Lineage & Timeline

1963 Lesley Gore’s You Don’t Own Me –> 1978 X-Ray Spex’s Oh Bondage Up Yours –> 1995 No Doubt’s Just a Girl –> 2003 Kelly Clarkson’s Miss Independent –> 2014 Lily Allen’s Hard Out Here –> 2016 Grace’s You Don’t… Continue Reading →

You Don’t Own Me – Final

“You Don’t Own Me” – Grace “You don’t own me”   Hello everyone. Thank you for tuning in. My name is Marina and I will be discussing You Don’t Own Me – how Lesley Gore’s 1960’s Second wave feminism pop… Continue Reading →

First draft – You Dont Own Me

3 things I like about my podcast: I am getting more used to hearing my voice which is surprisingly making me more comfortable speaking in professional settings. I enjoy working in Adobe Audition and am working on refining this skillset…. Continue Reading →

You Don’t Own Me – Lesley Gore

In my opinion, Lesley’s “solution” to the patriarchy is to  completely defy the societal norms and go against what was typical for woman socially and emotionally at the time. “You don’t own me/ Don’t try to change me in any… Continue Reading →

Third Listen – “You Don’t Own Me”

The song “You Don’t Own Me” by Lesley Gore is classified as Pop from Gore’s Lesley Gore Sings of Messed Up Hearts album. This particular song fits into the idea of the Pop genre during the 1960’s through its emphasized… Continue Reading →

Second Listen – “You Don’t Own Me”

“You Don’t Own Me” was recorded by Leslie Gore in 1963 when she was only 17 years old. At the time, the feminism movement wasn’t in full swing (or in any swing yet), so in own her take on the… Continue Reading →

“You Don’t Own Me” by Lesley Gore

Marina Maida For the purpose of this podcast, I’d like to analyze the song “You Don’t Own Me” by Lesley Gore, 1963, as it was re-released by Grace ft. G-Eazy in 2015. Lesley’s original version of the song is much… Continue Reading →

Dear Mr. President and Where is the Love?

Dear Mr. President & Where Is the Love? Marina Maida Dear Mr. President – P!nk, 2006 I actually really like this song, it’s a guitar and vocals and that’s it. My first memory of this song was when P!nk sang… Continue Reading →

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