Week of October 5, 2015
Week of October 5, 2015 JMC-20001-004
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Krista on Monday October 12, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to JMC-20001-004 at Kent State University taught by Eugene Shelton in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 24 views. For similar materials see MEDIA, POWER AND CULTURE in Journalism and Mass Communications at Kent State University.
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Date Created: 10/12/15
Mon October 5 Wed October 7 Media Power amp Culture M 1 2 3 4 5 usic Ella Fitzgerald Queen of Jazz Patsy Cline Country Beethoven classical Song Eliza Jane Frank Sinatra Elvis Presley Hound Dog Blue Suede Shoes and All Shook Up his songs were coversi not originals Big Mama Thornton Hound Dog Otis Blackwell All Shook Up Johnny Cash Jerry Lee Lewis Carl Perkins all discovered by the same man Sam Phillips Robert Johnson Blues Chuck Berry s Roll over Beethoven to change supremacy of high culture 1Cover music recreating songs They are not original Elvis Presley Rock amp Roll Hall of Fame in CLE because of DJ Alan Freed Songwriters get paid more Top 10 best album artists Michael Jackson Thriller Eagles Eagles Their Greatest Hits Pink Floyd The Wall Billy Joel Greatest Hits Volumes amp Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin IV Mon October 5 Wed October 7 6 ACDC Back In Black 7 Double Live Garth Brooks 8 Come On Over Shania Twain 9 Fleetwood Mac Rumours 10 The Beetles The Beetles 1000000 singles sold for an RIAA certificate Recording Industry Association of America Gold Album 500000 units sold Platinum Albums 1000000 units sold Diamond Album 10000000 units sold Changing The Industry Dick Clark put both white and black artists on the same board The Supremes Motown Music Music of America Diana Ross The British Invasion The Who The Beetles Motown and British were the main sounds for the 60 s Aretha Franklin Queen of Soul James Brown Father of Soul Folk music child of rockabilly music protest music Getting a record hear back then meant getting it on the radio now it means getting it on the internet Copyright every song writer needs to get a copyright on their songs
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