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  • Rock And Roll In The 60's

    Rocking Around When Rock and Roll rose in the 1950’s and 60’s parents began questioning themselves if they believed that Rock and Roll music was the cause for the breaking down of America’s traditional family which separated the ties between America’s youth from family values and morality, sexual, and racial customs. After WWII, people were ready to live life a little, be able relax, and live I up (Repellent). From the big jazz concert band music of the early 1950’s throughout the middle of the…

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  • Elements Of Pop Rock Music

    Every aspect of a pop rock song is intriguing, even so, that it envelopes the listener 's mind and body, making them dance to the beat and sing along with the lyrics. Pop rock music is an integration of modern music with elements from other genres such as the use of electric guitars and drums. It usually involves the use of drums, guitar, piano, vocals and a synthesizer. Pop rock is one of the best genres of music to listen to in the 20th generation because of the powerfully distinct elements it…

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  • Rock And Roll History Essay

    Where did that come from? The history of Rock and Roll can be traced back to the first part of the 20th century. Although the specific lineage is clouded in a purple haze, it is an undeniable link. In one part of the country, mountain music, known as hillbilly music, was working its way out of the Catskill mountain range and into local record stores and radio stations. In the deep south, mostly around the Mississippi river delta, deals with the devil were being made to make blues the most…

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  • Rock And Roll Music Analysis

    The history of Rock and Roll has a vast library of artists whose songs provide discussion on how the music impacted society as well as the ever-changing artistry of the music. While the artist and songs compiled for study are author selected, excluded artists with contributions to the history would be lacking. Not including those who brought direction to the evolution of music music as we know it today, leaves me looking for more. Music preferences are one of the things that contribute to…

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  • Rock N Roll Analysis

    -World War 2 for example, and the crisis that many people went through, which many artists in future decades used and were inspired by different social and cultural events which gave inspiration to make some of the most well known songs in classic rock in the 80’s: for example: the song “one” by Metallica- which is about a ww2 soldier that suffered in the war, another popular song “I-Feel-Like-I’m-Fixing-To-Die-Rag”- by Joe Country and the Fish in the 60’s- which is about the conflicts in the…

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  • The Negative Effects Of Rock Music

    “Rock music, also known as "rock and roll," is a type of music that developed from rock ‘n’ roll and uses a heavy regular beat, electric guitars, singing, and a tune that is easy to remember, which became popular in the 1950s in America and Europe” (Macmillan dictionary) Nowadays, rock & roll is one of the most popular genres of music all over the world, but the majority of listeners of this type of music do not know how it affects their psychology. There is a lot of debate about the fact…

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  • Rock And Roll In American Culture

    Rock and Roll began with jazz, blues, folk, and gospel, and from there, it has morphed into the almost all-encompassing classification that we label the genre today. Throughout the history of Rock and Roll music, it has been an example of evolution, not just in the music industry, but in American culture. The history of Rock and Roll is intertwined with our nation’s history, oftentimes being a catalyst for our country's progress. Today, Rock and Roll exists as a beautiful collection of sounds…

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  • Punk Rock Play Analysis

    section 1: research and performance development: The two extracts I decided to perform were extract 1 Punk Rock in the style of Stanislavsky and for extract 2, East in the style of the practitioner, Berkoff. The two plays in comparison are very different. East is incredibly intense, both vocally and physically, pushing both the actors and the audience to the limit. Whereas in Punk Rock I was leaning more so to a naturalistic format in the style of Stanislavsky works in requires you to release…

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  • Rock And Roll In The 1950's

    The rise of rock and roll reflects the political, social and cultural changes in American society because rock and roll was started during the civil rights movement for desegregation. Rock and roll brought different races together because they were able to connect to the music. This type of music was very amazing in the 1950’s because different races were able to come together and realize that they are not that different. During this time R&B music was not as popular as it is today because…

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  • Rock Music Research Papers

    SEX SELLS Stephanie Stergis MUS-210-220N: History of Rock Music Spring 2015 Stephanie Stergis Professor Todd Campbell MUS-210-220N 9 May 2015 Sex Sells The history of rock music is filled with sex. From the Psychedelic era in the 1960s, mainstream rock and the rise of punk in the 70s, hair bands in the 80s, to a slew of boy bands and pop princesses in the 90s and 2000s, sex appeal has always been the key to success. Sex sells and the musicians who have taken advantage of…

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