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HIST 371

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This 1 page Study Guide was uploaded by Nabila Reza on Monday February 22, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to HIST 371 at a university taught by Professor Morrison in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 36 views.


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Date Created: 02/22/16
History 37100 Midterm Review Sheet Professor Morrison Part I: Short Answer. 3 @ 5 points each. Part One of the exam will have four (4) short answer question options; you will select and respond to three (3). The questions will focus on the terms, people, and music genres listed below. Each question will ask you what its (or his/her) significance is in the evolution of rock and roll. 1. Sun Records 2. Chuck Berry 3. Payola 4. Motown Treatment 5. Woody Guthrie/Bob Dylan 6. Acid Rock Part II: Essay Question. 35 points. 1. In the first half of this class, we have looked at a number of artists—black and white—who were influential in creating and shaping the music that we call rock and roll. They were also, as Tom Petty pointed out in the video clip, “a social force to be reckoned with.” Briefly describe the influence of the following performers, industry individuals, or groups on rock and how they and their music went against the grain or conformed to social and cultural standards more generally:  Sam Phillips  Elvis Presley  Dick Clark  Brian Wilson  Chuck Berry 2. The 1960s was a turbulent era that embraced among other events the Civil Rights Movement, the assassination of John F. Kennedy, the youth revolt on campus, antiwar protests, and the counterculture “revolution.” How did the music of these years— soul music (especially that of Motown and southern Soul/Stax- Volt), the emergence of Bob Dylan, Acid Rock, and Jimi Hendrix reflect some of the political and social themes of the decade?


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