October 6th through 8th notes
October 6th through 8th notes MUSI 132L - 01
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Date Created: 10/10/15
Rock and Roll October 6th 8th Summer of Love and Psychadelic Rock 19671969 Janis Joplin Embodied the excess fame and untimely death of many stars who ruled in the late 1960 s Left mark as a vocalist that was in uential to males and females alike Due to her expressiveness her power and ability to bring the crowd to their feet Her bands included Big Brother and the Holding Co The Kozmic Blues Band and Full Tilt Boogie Band 0 Counterculture develops on west coast Hippies light up peacefully demonstrate and eschew status quo O HaightAshbury bands Psychedelic success Singed and successful Jefferson Airplane spreads the sound 0 Human bein clears path for rock festivals The Monterey PopFestival is blueprint for future gatherings 0 Studio Technology gives way to art rock Pet sounds Sgt Peppers change the future of recording EQUAL TERMS Acid Rock Era Counterlecture Free Love Era Peace and Love Era Hippie Era Psychedelic Era Woodstock Generation BIG 3 BANDS Beatles Rolling stones The Animals Chapter 7 Counterlecture develops on West coast studio technology gives way to art rock and the human bein clears path for Rock Festival Haight Ashbury bands were a success in the Psychedelic era Tim Leary Coined the phrase Turn on tune in drop out Ken Keasy Who led Acid Tests parties and greatly in uenced the hippie movement Was part of the group of Merry Prankster that drove a bus that was also a center for LSD tests Owley Stanley Ran sound for the Grateful Dead and doubled as an LSD chemist Bill Graham Managed the Grateful Dead and promoted psychedelic concerts Dr Albert Hoffman Swiss Chemist who discovered LSD then made illegal in 1966 The Grateful Dead 0 The Warlock play Acid Tests They had a collage of styles like jazz classical avant garde and world 0 Lackluster sales big debts Unique live shows and bootleg recordings carry the appeal 0 Owsley Stanley builds Wall of Sound Superior mixing control sound blueprint for rock concert sound 0 Created a genre all on their own Even without radio support they were a successful band Jefferson Airplane 0 Grace Slick iconic female lead vocalist Hippie Anthem Somebody to love Only band to play all 5 definitive festivals First Widely successful hippie band Renamed Jefferson Starship in 1970 s