Woodstock - Ashley Clemente MHL 325-02 April 18, 2008...

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MHL 325-02 April 18, 2008 Woodstock 1969: Three Days Of Peace and Music That Defined a Generation From the beginning of recorded time, music, in any form, has always been very important to people . As we look back over the 20 th century, it is clear that popular music has changed drastically through that time in history . You can trace musical influences from today all the way back to slavery . With slavery came Africans who had unique styles of playing music that clearly had an enormous impact on music as we know it . After slavery ended African Americans found themselves creating the blues to help them through the hard times . Blues was sped up and commercialized to become jazz . Jazz and blues went through many different phases and eventually developed into rock and roll . It is rock and roll that we know best today . When it began, rock and roll was very different than it is now, but what has stayed the same is its original purpose, which is to have a good time and make a statement . In the 1960’s rock and roll had a huge following of young America
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This note was uploaded on 04/25/2008 for the course MHL 325 taught by Professor Onderdonk during the Spring '08 term at West Chester.

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Woodstock - Ashley Clemente MHL 325-02 April 18, 2008...

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