LESSON 3 - LESSON 3: U.S. FOLK-ROCK VS. THE BRITISH...

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LESSON 3: U.S. FOLK-ROCK VS. THE BRITISH INVASION REQUIRED READING: Chapter 3 REQUIRED VIEWING: Time/Life History of Rock and Roll , Volumes 3 (" Britain Invades. PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES: Upon satisfactory completion of this section, you will have 1. understood why America's conservative taste in the early 60s set up a perfect environment for the "British Invasion". 2. explored why The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan and The Beach Boys are of critical importance in Rock Music history. 3. studied the rise and influence of folk-rock styles and their impact on/ reflection of American society. COMMENTS, STUDY NOTES, KEY CONCEPTS AND TERMINOLOGY: As a youngster, I experienced the "British Invasion" first-hand; thus, I will always have a certain fascination in looking back on those times from an historical perspective and examining the events and people that put the British media-machine into motion. In retrospect, The Beatles' rise to fame was nothing
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