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History 150: Youth Culture in Birtain

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Date Created: 04/27/16
4/27/16: Youth Culture in Britain. Youth Culture in Britain in the 1960s. ***test questions***    Background—late 1950s. o The emergence of a new social category, a distinctive consumer group with distinctive spending patterns.  ‘The teenager'.  Tend to consume certain things that create a sense of identity among themselves to separate from the adults.  They spent their money buying clothes and records, while adults spent their money on appliances. o Mid­1960s.  London was the epicenter of teenage fashion.  Teenagers used to shop at the same stores as their parents.  Shops sprung up that had specific clothes for teenager consumer style.  2 clothing trends from London. o Girls: miniskirts.  Schools enforced dress codes because of the skirts the girls started to wear. o Boys: wearing military jackets.  “I Was Lord Kitchener”  Boys Boutique. o Teens and Rock­n­Roll music.  They were purchasing singles and albums.  Became identified with the youth.  New Musical Express­ music magazine started in 1952.  Catering explicit information to teenagers about the music they listened too.  Mostly interested and focused around Rock & Roll.  Carried articles about live shows.  Learned about who is playing where.  The Marquee and other musical clubs in London. o In 1963.  BBC launched a TV show.  “Ready, Steady, Go”. o People that appeared on the show:  The Beatles.  The Rolling Stones.  Animals.  The Kinks.  The Who.  Friday night at 6:07 “The weekend starts here”. 1 4/27/16: Youth Culture in Britain. o It was a show focused around the teenager interest. o Any self­respecting teenager watched this show before they went out on their weekend adventures. o In 1967.  Radio 1 was launched on BBC radio.  Jingle—“BBC was dead and cold, Radio 1 is fresh and bold, This is my radio station.”  Cater to the teenage want for Rock & Roll music.  The jingle was sung by The Who. THE WHO (formed in 1964).  The Who created a sound no one else could copy.  Four distinctive personalities. o Roger Daltrey.  Lead singer.  Working class guy.  “Rock & Roll was my savior”.  Rock & Roll saved him from a boring life working in a factory. o Pete Townsend.  Lead guitarist.  Wrote most of the songs.  Had a distinctive style of playing the guitar.  Started the trend of smashing instruments. o John ‘the Ox’ Entwistle.  Bass player. o Keith ‘the Loon’ Moon.  He was a personality on and off the stage.  Drummer of the group.  Started the trend of destructive hotel rooms.  Video—“My Generation”. o Released in 1965. o Performed on the Smothers Brothers Show in 1967.  This song has been hailed, by rock critic David Marsh, as the “Anthem for 1960s youth”.    2


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