History of Rock: the birth of rock
History of Rock: the birth of rock MUCO 120
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Date Created: 10/11/16
History of Rock The Birth of Rock n’ Roll Renegade Disc Jockeys: DJ on the radio stations Doo Wop: a way for African American Artist to make it to the charts/ was clean music. o The Crows “ Gee” The cover phenomenon: white artist covering R&B music and Doo Wop o Big Joe Turner: the original “shake Rattle & Roll” o Bill Haley & His Comets: covered “Shake Rattle &Roll” they cleaned up the sound and lyrics Fat Domino: a great piano player/ was very charismatic/ cleaner lyrics but still blues oriented Little Richard: “Tutti Fruity” had a unique way of performing/ moved a lot on stage Elvis Presley: started at Sun Records/ when first heard on radio people thought he was Black/ was influenced a lot by African Americas and Blues o “That’s Alright” a cover of Arthur Crudup o Elvis did a lot of covers of Blues artist o RCA recording studio bought Sun Records contract and took on Elvis o Later in his career Elvis was doing shows in Las Vegas/ He sorts became a parody of himself/ gained a lot of weight/ wore bedazzled white suits Chuck Berry: “Maybalene” almost the opposite of Elvis/ people thought he was white/ filtered R&B through Country and BlueGrass o “Johnny B. Good” o CHESS Records: in Chicago/ recorded mostly Black artist Carls Perkins: wrote his own songs/ fron TN/ part of the Million Dollar Quartet/ wrote “Blue Suede Shoes” o Also part of the Million Dollar Quartet: Jerry Lewis, Johnny Cash, Elvis Jerry Lee Lewis: lots of boogie woogie! “Great Ball of Fire” Johnny Cash: Sun Records/ Country artist with a Rock n Roll heart Janis Martin: was the female artist/ there were not many rock n roll women at this time. o “Drug Store Rock n’ Roll” Buddy Holly and the Crickets: “That’ll Be the Day” / had a very short career because he was killed in a plane crash.
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