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Unformatted text preview: Early Rock `n' Roll Shifts in marketing Stylistic fusions Identity constructions Early Rock `n' Roll Shifts in marketing Stylistic fusions Identity constructions Shifts in marketing Juke boxes Importance of radio "Mom & Pop" vs rack-jobbers Jukebox 1940s: over half the single record output 1953: still 1/3 of single record output Test-marketing, sales data Radio Disk Jockeys
Alan Freed, Cincinatti, NYC
Wolfman Jack, TX, Mexico, LA Don Sherwood, SF Mom & Pop marketing Store layout Sales chart reporting Rack-jobbers Early Rock `n' Roll R&B C&W Tin Pan Alley Rhythm & Blues Little Richard
Get Rich Quick, 1951 Tutti Frutti, 1956 Early Rock `n' Roll R&B C&W Tin Pan Alley C& W and Rockabilly Early Rock `n' Roll R&B C&W Tin Pan Alley Hound Dog ...
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This note was uploaded on 09/12/2008 for the course AM ST 105 taught by Professor Stevenpond during the Spring '08 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).
- Spring '08