rock and roll outline 8 - Belgrad AMS 2030 ROCK AND ROLL I....

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Belgrad AMS 2030 ROCK AND ROLL I. The Roots of Rock and Roll A. electric blues The great migration: big social phenomenon when black Americans moved to the city. The lyrics tend to talk about suffering, and there is an electric guitar solo. There is also a 12-bar structure B. Doo wop Another rhythm and blues style relating to rock n’ roll. It is occapella music and there is minimal instrument use. It was taken out of gospel and into street corners. Many of these bands are named after different birds. C. Jump jazz and the jitterbug This is a style of jazz that is produced from swing jazz. It is about making swing jazz more exciting so they can dance to it in a different way. II. Rock and Roll and the Youth Culture (1954 became popular) A. Disc Jockeys Played music through the radio B. Pop covers Originally created by black artists (Little Richie). The main point was to integrate rock n’ roll music. C. Rockabilly
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This note was uploaded on 02/14/2011 for the course AMS 3030 taught by Professor Danielbelgrad during the Fall '09 term at University of South Florida - Tampa.

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