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march 2nd pop music - 1966 Rolling stones- did a rice...

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1966 Rolling stones- did a rice krispies commercial Two years later they would be accused of selling out = Rock aesthetic Origins of “psychedelic” - Psychedelic: from Greek psyche = soul/mind; delein = reveal/manifest. - Coined by Humphrey Osmond in 1957 as alternative to “hallucinogen L.S.D.? (1965) - Lyserg s äure d iethylamid in German translates to lysergic acid diethylamide - Hence sometimes acid rock instead of psychedelic rock - Really influenced the music - Revolver 1966 o Musically: looping, playing sounds backwards, influenced by east Indian music o Sonically: distortion o Lyrically: - This was important because it greatly impacted popular music of the time - Why was it happening at this time? What was going on in broader society? Why is there a strong shift to popular music as being serious art? o Vietnam war: draft o Baby boomers: demographically and economically significant They start to realize their power and popular music becomes their way to exercise power, and believed that the music reflected art
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