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1. QUIZ 2!!   Garofalo, Chapter 4. True or False: Most rockabilly artists, contrary to their public image, came  from well-off, upper-middle-class families.  Possible Answers A.  True B.  False    2.   American radio for the next 50 years. One of the ways it accomplished this was by playing the  40 best-selling singles on the charts in constant rotation all day. Some were afraid that this  Possible Answers wider exposure to music favored by a more diverse audience B. Payola insured that only the newest music was being played, and did not favor rhythm and  blues C. Radio DJ’s found ways to play all the ‘‘underground’‘ music late at night, when very few  people were listening    3.
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  Garofalo, Chapter 4: It’s often stated that the roots of rock and roll can be traced back to the  equation of ‘’rhythm and blues’’ + ‘’country and western.’’ However, that equation is too  simplistic. If we accept the view of writer George Lipsitz, who states that all of the musical roots  of rock come from ‘’the intersection of urbanization, multiculturalism, and class,’’ we find that  there is a socio-economic common denominator that includes many different kinds of musical  influences. What is that common denominator?  Possible Answers A.  the traditions of European art music styles B.  the traditions of popular working-class styles C.  the traditions of sacred music as opposed to secular music   
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