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Week 3 Notes for History of Rock and Roll

by: Jess Munyon

Week 3 Notes for History of Rock and Roll MUS106CD

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Jess Munyon
Kutztown University of Pennsylvania
History of Rock and Roll
Professor Rober

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These notes cover the 3rd week in class. Have fun studying!
History of Rock and Roll
Professor Rober
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History of Rock and Roll, Music
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Date Created: 02/09/16
Week 3 MUS 106 Date February 1st 2016 Topics Rhythm and BluesFirst Crossover Elvis PresleyNational Popularity RHYTHM AND BLUES RampB What black artist had her music covered stolen Ruth Brown 0 Miss Rhythm Queen of RampB o MamaHe Treats Your Daughter Mean 0 0 What a Dream I And a cover version by Patty Page Who were the Forefathers of Rock RampB 0 Louis Jordan and the Tympany Five Jump blues I Calandonia 0 Bio Joe Turner gt Shake Rattle and Roll Must know for final o AABA Form 0 Suggestive song gt About Sex 0 Ike Turner and the Kings of Rhythm Jackie Brenston and his Delta Cats I Rocket 88 About a car 0 First rock song before the real movement started I Ike and Tina TurnerAbusive relationship Who coined the term rock n roll 0 Alan Freed he was a diskjockey Who are the fathers of Rock n roll 0 Little Richard I Slippin and Slidin 1956 0 Little Richard was on piano and vocals 0 Earl Palmer was on the drums o This is the birth of the 8th note on drumswhich leads to faster drums I Tutti Frutti MUS TKNOW o 12bar Blues 0 Lyrics cleaned up from original but still suggestive I In 1957 Little Richard had an epiphany from god 0 So he became a christian minister 0 Chuck BerrvElectric Guitar I Famously known for his duck walk I He really wanted to be a country artist I Johnnv B Goode gt Know for final 0 Meter 4 some shufer 0 Form Simple versechorus I No Particular Place to Go 0 128 Shuffle o 12 bars blues ELVIS PRESLEYNATIONAL POPULARITY What artist were able to achieve national popularity 0 Elvis Presley I Born January 8th 1935 in Tupelo Mississippi At 7 years old he sang at Old Shep at the alabama state fair Gets his first guitar 1946 11 years old Moved to Memphis 1948 13 years old Early recordings at Sun Records in Memphis 0 My Happiness1953 was promoting himself on the street which scored him a sample recording with sun s recording studio 0 The next year he came back and July 5th 1943 he had an official recording session gt created That s All Right Mama Know That s All Right Mama for the final Simple verse 24 meter 0 Elvis s contract with Colonel Tom Parker bought from Sun Recordsgt November 1955 0 Within a month or two he becomes extremely popular I Most Significant Year 1956 He accomplished OpryLouisiana Hayride RadioTV music show TV Shows Heartbreak Hotel Movie Merchandise 1st Gold record 7year movie deal 5 1 Signals 2 1 Albums 0 Blue Suede Shoes Rockabilly style 12bar blues 0 Hound Dog I Cover of Big Mama Thornton I 12bar Blues 0 9 I At 22 he s buying mansions and cadillacs He s enlisted in the army from 19581960 I When he comes back in the 1960s he gets married rock n roll kind of passes him I Becomes a hasbeen 1977 he s dead His two good years were 1956 to 1957 0 Bill Haley and The Comets I 19511953 Rockabilly Rock and Country I 1st Rock song to make the top 20 o Blackboard Jungle 1954 0 Rock Around The Clock 0 Buddy Holly I 19361959 c Formed The Crickets in 1955 o MUSTKNOW gt That ll be the DaL o Contrasting versechorus 0 Meter 128 I The Day The Music Died February 3 1959 0 An airplane crashed and killed Buddy Holly Ritchie Valens and Jiles Perry Richardson Jr The Big Bopper NATIONAL POPULARITY 0 American BandstandStarted Popularizing Rock n Roll I Philadelphia variety show 0 1952 Bob Horn 0 1956 Dick Clark 0 1957 Goes National o Popularity from 19571987 0 Chubby Checkers I The Twist Must Knoworiainallv bV Hank BailA1 I 1 2x times 1961 amp 1962 0 Adults began to dancing to rock n roll music 0 Ray Charles I 19302004 I I Got a Woman Connected to Gold Digger by Kanye West I Transition from Rock to Soul


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