History of Rock Week of April 4 Notes
History of Rock Week of April 4 Notes MUCO 120
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Week of April 4 Notes for history of Rock The Beatles - Sargent peppers lonely hearts club bands continued o “A Day in the Life” Piece of it written by Lennon, and a piece of it written by McCartney - Brian Epstein’s death was the beginning of the end for the Beatles - Announced break up by the end of 1970 - The “White Album” o Very experimental o “Revolution 9” - Abby Road o Last record they recorded but not last record they released o George Harrison quit half way through “Let it Be” so they brought in Phil Spector to finish it which some of them later regretted o “Here Comes the Sun” The Velvet Underground- The Wild side of the 60s - Lou Reed- was not afraid to paint a realistic picture of what people were uncomfortable talking about - Nico and Andy Warhol - “Walk on the Wild Side” - The Factory o Place were art by Andy Warhol and others were displayed, The Velvet Underground often performed there - The Exploding Plastic Inevitable - Noise and Dissonance were often used - The Velvet Underground and Nico o “Heroin” Jim Morrison of the Doors - “Break On Through” - “Light My Fire” The Rolling Stones in the late 60s - “She’s a Rainbow” - “Their Satanic Majesties Request” was their Psychedelic Concept Album - Many of the crazy things they were doing were for publicity but some think they did it for art - “Sympathy for the Devil” o accused of being devil worshipers for this song - Altamont Concert 1969 o The Rolling Stones hired the Hell’s Angels as security o Was as big, if not even bigger than Woodstock but did not go as well - Sticky Fingers album o “Brown Sugar” possible refers to slavery and rape but could have another meaning The 70s - Fragmentation of Styles
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