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October 20th class notes

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October 20th class notes MUSI 132L - 01

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History of Rock and Roll
Jeffrey Brandt

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Notes from Tuesday the 20th. In depth lecture notes from all the slides.
History of Rock and Roll
Jeffrey Brandt
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Date Created: 10/23/15
Rock and Roll October 20 h Chapter 8 Sirens Soul Singers and Sellouts Question 1 What were the musical responses produced by the social crises of the late 1960 s 0 Protest rockers yield to easy listening artists The singer songwriters soothe nerves become big business 0 Civil Rights movement peaks then splinters Aretha Franklin demands respect While James Brown drives black power 0 The me decade spotlights glam movement David Bowie and Queen dress up rock and roll like never before 0 Peace and love backlash and heavy metal rises All while Black Sabbaths idea sells out James Brown Godfather of Soul His singing and music seemed confrontational to some towards the end of the civil rights movement Bruce Springsteen Jon Landau called him the Future of RampR Linda Ronstadt her 1971 tour included the opening band the Eagles Aretha Franklin Unsuccessful until working with Jerry Wexler James Taylor Had a hit with Apple records His James Taylor album is one of the definitive albums of the soft rock genre and put him on the map as a critically acclaimed artist in the 1970 s Carole King She spent weeks at 1 and was a force in popular music She was on the billboard 200 charts for over 20 years Eagles Defined the image and sound of country While shifting from easy listening to to more RampR Worked alongside Linda Ronstadt where their fame began Their album The Greatest hits 19711975 was a record selling album The band helped define the classic rock market Member Don Henley became face of eagles after their hit Desperado Black Woodstock famous music festival in 1972 that sold tickets for 1 Soul Revival Civil Rights movement reignites soul music MLK s death in 1968 gradually shifted the mood and Wattstax Festival begins to pay tribute Question 2 Who took part in the soul Revival James Brown Soul brother number 1 who helped popularize the genre and pushed funk into mainstream Later he became one of the most sampled artists in hip hop music James Brown facts 0 The Famous Flames Regional success Live at the Apollo Soul Spokesperson Tight band that could record song in one take In uential to RampB funk and hip hop styles Nancv Wilson and Billie Holiday In uential black artists who were in uential to Aretha Franklin Jon Hammond Tried turning Aretha into the next Billie Holiday but was unsuccessful Question 3 What were the early in uences of glam rock 0 Glam Rock was in full swing by 1976 0 Elton John became the first huge glam pop hit 0 David Bowie thought music should be surreal and fantasy like David Bowie 0 Popularized fantasy characters like Ziggy Stardust in his unique music 0 Retired these characters to shiftcreate tends O Melody maker piece I m bisexual 211 CIIZ O Bohemian Rhapsody defined the band with various kinds of music 0 Talent for playing elaborate productions on a live stage Glam gets scary with Alice Cooper and Kiss Glam gets hairy with Van Halen Def Leppard and Motley Crue Glam gets hairy with Ratt Bon J ovi and Posion Question 4 What led to the rise of heavy metal 1 The Rolling Stones 2 Kinks 3 The who 4 Cream 5 J imi Hendrix Led Zeppelin Members are J Page J P Jones J Bohnam and R Plant All members of the band had symbols Their 4th album was blank with a Character on the front called Zoso This album was a huge hit Led Zeppelin facts continued on the 22nd notes


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