mediajournal#8

mediajournal#8 - Tyler Carlson October 26, 2009 MUH 2019...

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Tyler Carlson October 26, 2009 MUH 2019 Section 3 Media Journal #8 During the 1960s the socio-political climate of the Vietnam war’s lasting effects on the drafts of our American youth into life threatening situations over something many people didn’t agree with sparked the creation of the counterculture and psychedelic rock period of artists such as Jimi Hendrix. These trends crossover throughout the rest of popular music history and even present music. This outside the box thinking of going against the current, also created music as more than something to listen to, but instead an experience. In many circumstances the audiences of concerts will be on drugs and are therefore high and elevates the musical experience. But then rock goes through a transformation to music as an art form. Divided into two basic genres of “Glam” and “Progressive” rock. Glam rock mostly embodied the performance technique and especially the attire worn, as well as the overall image portrayed by the musicians and
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