History of Rock March 28 weekly notes
History of Rock March 28 weekly notes MUCO 120
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History of Rock March 28, 2016 Monterey International Pop Festival - “Music, Love and Flowers” Jimi Hendrix - Instrumental genius of the psychedelic era - Previously played in a band in the Army - Goes to England to join the British Blues Revival scene - Introduced into American music at the Monterey International Pop Festival - “Rock Me Baby” - Started his own studio called Electric Lady Land Studios - Thought of sound like color - “And The Gods Made Love” referred to this song as a color painting - “Voodoo Chile” - “All Along the Watchtower” Edgard Varese - The “Father of Electronic Music” - Used experimentation to make new sounds of music - Rock bands were notorious for listening to him to get inspiration Woodstock - 450,000 people in attendance - “Three Days of Peace and Music” - New York passed a law to make sure that this never happens again in the state - Festival started with Ritchie Havens playing “Freedom” - Santana - Janice Joplin - The Greatful Dead - The Who - Jefferson Airplane - Closed with Jimi Hendrix The Beach Boys - Released an album called Pet Sounds - “Wouldn’t It Be Nice” - “Good Vibrations” The Beatles and Psychedelic Rock - “Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band” o Many people consider this to be the most important album in rock music o Concept Album o Meant to be listened to as a whole, not as singles o “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds” got criticism for this song because the title of song was thought to reference LSD
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