The Rolling Stones

The Rolling Stones - The Rolling Stones Influences o Blues...

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The Rolling Stones Influences o Blues Muddy Waters Elmore James Jimmy Reed Howlin’ Wolf o Rock ‘n’ Roll Chuck Berry Bo Diddley Elvis Presley (Scotty Moore) Little Richard Buddy Holly Important People o Andrew Oldham, manager (until 1966) o Nanker Phelge, group persona as composer o The Glimmer Twins, producers (after 1974; Mick and Keith) o Ian Stewart – studio piano player Style Periods o First Period (Covers): 1963-1965 o Second Period (Experimental): 1966-1969 o Third Period (Return to Roots): 1969-1974 o Fourth Period (Commercial): 1974-present First Style Period (1963-65) o Covers
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Rock ‘n’ Roll Blues Soul/Motown o Original songs imitated cover models o No real personal style until c. 1965 o Generally stiff performances o Strict adherence to the beat (precise rhythms) o Original Songs Little by Little (1964) Satisfaction (1965) Second Style Period o ? Less live performances, more studio work
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This note was uploaded on 05/26/2011 for the course MUSI 2060 taught by Professor Valdez during the Spring '08 term at UGA.

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