medialjournal#4

medialjournal#4 - Tyler Carlson MUH 2019 Section 03 Media...

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Tyler Carlson MUH 2019 Section 03 Media Journal #4 The transitional era post World War II centered on all sorts of new generations, new mainstream music styles, and new social norms. One important driving force behind this transitional period was the combination of many types of styles and racial boundaries into the musical phenomenon the Rock ‘N’ Roll star. During the origination of the Rock ‘N’ Roll mind-set and style there were hit stars with hit records, but their rein only extended to certain distances. The original hit performers of Rock ‘N’ Roll didn’t follow the present day stereotype of Rock star, but instead consisted of magnificent performers merely based on musical performance. But due to the increases opportunity and actual revenue rock stars quickly became pop stars, thanks to the over nine million dollars spent by teens during the 1950s on record sales. Consequently this tripling of record sales during the fifth decade of the twentieth century created mega pop stars. One of the first
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This note was uploaded on 10/07/2010 for the course MUH MUH2019 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '10 term at FSU.

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