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Unformatted text preview: Exam 3 Study Guide, History of Rock Music Section 001, Friday March 28, 2008 This exam is over chapters 6 in its entirety and chapter 7 through page 167. There will be 65 total questions, 56 of which will be matching, true/false or multiple choice. There will also be 9 listening questions that will be drawn from class discussion and the synopses found in the book and on Blackboard, and may cover music styles, artists, label, etc Chapter 6: Terms, names and music styles to know The historical perspective on English pop culture leading up to the British Invasion, including: post WWII music fads (skiffle, trad jazz, etc) and pirate radio stations, BBC, record labels, etc The Beatles :- Their names, their impact on rock, the contributions of each, including George Martin and Brian Epstein- The early years (up through Beatles for Sale ): shifting personnel and group name, Teddy boys, important venues they played (including the Reeperbahn), Brian Epsteins influence, Beatlemania, etc- The middle years ( Help! through Sgt. Peppers ): Dylans influence, The Psychedelic Experience , why they stopped touring, cultural significance of...
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This note was uploaded on 04/12/2008 for the course MUNM 287 taught by Professor Larson during the Spring '08 term at UNL.
- Spring '08