02-11-09 Notes

02-11-09 Notes - Lecture 13 Rockabilly Hello I'm Johnny...

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February 11, 2009 Lecture 13: Rockabilly: Hello, I'm Johnny Cash! Two Perspectives on Country Music History: Our goal: to query this style called Rockabilly, figure out what it sounds like musically, and where it fits in country music. Set-Up Industry: Musical Source Materials: - honky tonk Leon Payne, "I Love You Because" (1949) Rose Maddox and the Maddox Brothers, "(Pay Me) Alimony " (mid- 1940s), Hank Williams, "Hey Good Lookin' " (1951) - jump blues, R&B, and boogie Louis Jordan, "Choo Choo Ch'Boogie " (1946) Wynonie Harris (1915-1965) "Good Rockin' Tonight " (1947) Jackie Brenston (1930-1979) & his Delta Cats "Rocket 88 " (1951) - bluegrass repertoire Bill Monroe, "Blue Moon of Kentucky" (1946) Mix with Creative Production and Teen Culture: Elvis Presley (1935 - 1977) - walks into a recording studio in 1953 in Memphis, Tennessee "I Love You Because" (1954 recording) Leon Payne "Blue Moon of Kentucky" (1954 recording) - Bill Monroe (backs his first single, which was "That's All Right")
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