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6/13/11 What distinguishes your genre as represented by the subjects chosen by the members of your group? Classic Rock is a loose term given to the music during 190-1980. It encompasses different bands and different styles, but all unique to http://www.score-chapter301.org/business- articles/classic-rock-bands-history-classic-rock/
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6/13/11 Stephen Croy [email protected] Ben McGrail [email protected] Amy Smith [email protected] Laura Godbee [email protected] Tyler Garrison [email protected] Harrison Stout [email protected] Michael Ladue [email protected] Robbie Beck [email protected] Steven Beall [email protected] Les Robb [email protected] Cameron Hayes [email protected] Ryan Butts [email protected] Stefan Enix [email protected] Chastity Garrison [email protected] Emily Stallings [email protected] Lauren Schoenecker [email protected] Kasee Godwin [email protected] Gregg Vickers [email protected]
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6/13/11 The Beatles III The Beach Boys I Bob Dylan II The Doors I Rolling Stones I Pink Floyd II Led Zeppelin I Steve Winwood I Peter Frampton I Lynyrd Skynyrd I Creedence Clear water Reviv al II Queen II Tom Petty II
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6/13/11 Meet The Beatles English rock band originating in Liverpool in 1960 From 1962 the band consisted of John Lennon (rhythm guitar, vocals), Paul McCartney (bass guitar, vocals), George Harrison (lead guitar, vocals) and Ringo Starr (drums, vocals) Started as a performance band, playing live shows and performing concerts as well as touring Later became a studio recording group, which allowed them more artistic freedom, and
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6/13/11 The Beatles By moving from a touring concert group to a studio recording group, the band became more psychedelic in nature, moving away from their classic love songs such as I Want to Hold Your Hand. As Lennon and McCartney were the two major songwriters for the group, their differences began to emerge in
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6/13/11 The Beatles and skiffle Rooted in skiffle and 1950s rock and roll, they later worked in many genres ranging from pop ballads to psychedelic rock, often incorporating classical and other elements in innovative ways. Skiffle is a type of popular music with jazz, blues, folk, roots and country influences, usually using
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6/13/11 The Beatles’ Influences Skiffle is often said to have developed from New Orleans jazz. They used instruments such as the
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