History of Rock_Hamant_Date_042210

History of Rock_Hamant_Date_042210 - The Stones and Dylan...

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The Stones and Dylan The Stones: “Sympathy for the Devil o Listening example o Latin/Caribbean style beat o Philosophical discussion of good and evil They performed in Whitchital and it was the largest concert event ever held there o 40,000 people During the years of 1963 (the beginning of Beach Boys and Beatles) and 1967 (Monterey Pop Festival) there was a change in lyrics o By 1967 it all changed (it started in 1963 with Love Me Do, Surfin’ USA…) o Taboo, social and political issues, drugs, and nature of dying were the new topics of songs o These became a part of the Beatles a little later in their career o It came from folk music Folk Rock: Safe music, no public backlash, pleasant, catchy Late 1950’s o Age of disillusionment (starting 1963) Kennedy/King/Kennedy assassinations Social awareness At first, a positive liberal response to years of conservatism (Eisenhower) Ex: Peace Corps activism, Civil Rights initiatives Later: o Adolescent rebellion extended from parents and general social order
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