Unformatted text preview: 3. Boogy-Woogy Piano Style a. “Stop Time” – the stopping punctuation of a song b. First rock song? “Rockin’ 88” perhaps i. “Rock and Roll” = sex. period. ii. Distorted guitar, particularly edgy 4. Gospel Music Contributions a. Heydey 1920’s-60’s. Origins in pentacostal churches. b. Styles i. Gospel Quartets – a singer and a back up chorus, often a capella, call and response, vamping (playing the same chord over and over) ii. Hard Gospel (See Little Richard later) – soloist featured with much less call and response, garglly, emotional sound, electric organ, 5. Caribbean Music a. Claves Rhythm b. “Bo Diddley Beat” c. LaBamba Chord Changes...
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- Spring '08
- Music, Bo Diddley, Main Riff, guitar solo imitation, King Muddy Waters, percussive rhythm Boogy-Woogy