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Unformatted text preview: “When the Music’s Over” I hear a very gentle sound Very near yet very far Very soft, yeah, very clear Come today, come today What have they done to the earth? What have they done to our fair sister? Ravaged and plundered and ripped her and bit her Stuck her with knives in the side of the dawn And tied her with fences and dragged her down I hear a very gentle sound With your ear down to the ground We want the world and we want it... We want the world and we want it... Now Now? Now! Persian night, babe See the light, babe Save us! Jesus! Save us! So when the music's over When the music's over, yeah When the music's over Turn out the lights Turn out the lights Turn out the lights Well the music is your special friend Dance on fire as it intends Music is your only friend Until the end Until the end Until the end! The ’60’s Psychedelic Side The ’60’s Bands of the Psychedelic ’60’s Bands of the Psychedelic ’60’s The Grateful Dead Quicksilver Messenger Service Jimi Hendrix Janis Joplin (Big Brother and The Holding Company) Jefferson Airplane The Velvet Underground The Beatles The Beach Boys The Doors The Fugs Santana Steppenwolf Country Joe and The Fish (Barry Melton) Copyrights for the 60’s art Copyrights for the 60’s art Last Modified: Monday, 22­Feb­1999 10:25:40 EST © 1998 by the Rector and Visitors of the University of Virginia University of Virginia / Charlottesville, Virginia / 22903 http://www.lib.virginia.edu/small/exhibits/ sixties/index.html The road to “hippiedom” The road to “hippiedom” The “Beat” authors Allen Ginsberg 1926­1997 Jack Kerouac ­’22­’69 “On the Road” William Burroughs ­ ’14 ­ ‘97 Neal Cassady ­ ’26­’68 ­ The inspiration for the character of Dean Moriarty in Kerouac’s On the Road and the Indian in Ken Kesey’s One Flew Over the Cukoo’s Nest The new “beats” The new “beats” Ed Sanders, the editor of Fuck You: A Magazine For the Arts started a group called The Fugs­ an attempt to marry rock and roll with literary intellectuals The Velvet Underground ­ Lou Reed and John Cale ­ Managed by Andy Warhol who added Hungarian chanteuse Nico Geographical distribution of hits Geographical distribution of hits London New York California 1 0 26 weeks 3 weeks 2 23 12 3 3 23 1 20 California Rock Groups California Rock Groups Northern Ca Quicksilver Messenger Service (SF) (’64­’75) Country Joe and the Fish (Berkeley) (’65­”70) Big Brother and the Holding Company (SF) (’65­’72) The Grateful Dead (SF) (’65­’95) Jefferson Airplane/Starship (SF) (’65­ ) Santana (SF) (’66 ­ ) Moby Grape (SF) (‘66­’69) Sly and the Family Stone (SF) (’66­’79) Credence Clearwater Revival (Berkeley) (’67­’72) Hot Tuna (SF) (’69­ ) The Doobie Brothers (San Jose) (’70­’82) John Fogerty ( Berkeley) (72­ ) Chrome (SF) (’75­ ) Rock Groups from Southern California Rock Groups from Southern California The Coasters (LA) (’55­ late ’60’s) Eddie Cochran (LA) (’58­’60) Dick Dale (LA) (’60­ ) The Turtles (LA) (’61­’70, ’82­ ) The Beach Boys (Hawthorne) (’61­’83) The Righteous Brothers (LA) ( ’62­ ’05) Jan and Dean (LA) (’63­ ) The Byrds (LA) (’64­’73) Captain Beefheart (Bakersfield) ( ’64­’82) Frank Zappa (LA) (’64­’93) The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band (LA) (’65­ ) The Doors (LA) (’65­’73) Love (’65) The Monkees (LA) (’65­’70, ’86­ ) Buffalo Springfield (LA,Canada)(’66­’68) Canned Heat (LA) (’66­ ) Iron Butterfly (San Diego) ( ’66­’71, ’74­’75, ’83, ’88) Steppenwolf (LA) (’67­ ) Ry Cooder (LA) (’68­ ) Taj Mahal (LA) (’68­ ) Three Dog Night ( LA) (’68­’76) Alice Cooper (LA) (’69­ ) War (Long Beach) (’69­ ) Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young (LA) (’69­’71 then CSN) The Eagles (LA) (’71­’82) Jackson Browne (LA) (’71­ ) Van Halen (Pasadena) (’74­ ) Haight­Ashbury Haight­Ashbury The “Beats” moved to S.F. Experimented with “be­ins”, love­ins” and mind expanding drugs The “First Human Be­In” ­ Golden Gate Park Stadium, January 14, 1967 ­ 20,000 people listening to the Grateful Dead, the Jefferson Airplane and Quicksilver Messenger Service By 1967 50,000 hippies resided in or near Haight­Ashbury “The hippies were white and voluntarily poor…largely middle class…had gone to college” ­Hunter Thompson (American “gonzo” journalist) Communes cropped up everywhere The Grateful Dead The Grateful Dead Began in 1965 originally known as the Warlocks Jerry Garcia, Bob Weir, Phil Lesh, Bill Kreutzman, Ron “Pigpen” McKernan, joined in ’67 by Micky Hart The original “jam” band ­ long instrumental sections mostly improvised by the whole ensemble Part of the San Francisco culture “Truckin’’, “Casey Jones” Played in 2,318 shows between ’65 and ‘95 The Jefferson Airplane The Jefferson Airplane Formed in 1965 in San Francisco Marty Balin (founder), Paul Kantner, Grace Slick Jorma Kaukonen, Jerry Peloquin, Bob Harvey 1967 success Surrealistic Pillow “Somebody to Love”, “White Rabbit” Very pro free love and open drug use Later influenced by Hendrix and Cream to produce a “heavier” sound (became Jefferson Starship in 1974) Jimi Hendrix Jimi Hendrix 1942­1970 Born in Seattle The most influential guitarist in rock The Jimi Hendrix Experience was formed in 1966 (formed by “The Animals” bass player Chas Chandler who discovered and then managed him) Played a right­handed guitar upside down and restrung A pioneer in studio technique and experimentation Are You Experienced 1967 “Hey Joe”, “Purple Haze”, “Fire” Opened for The Monkees on first American tour The Doors The Doors Formed in 1965 by Ray Manzarek, Jim Morrison, John Densmore and Robbie Krieger Sold 50 million records worldwide “Light My Fire”, Break On Through”, “When the Music’s Over”, “The End” Unusual lineup ­ no bass player Controversial stage show and lyrics Radio Radio FM ­“Frequency modulation “, line of sight coverage ­ smaller range but vastly increased fidelity perfect for the more mature (college age) listener AM ­ (amplitude modulation) ­ the signal bounces off the ionosphere In 1964, after issuing a moratorium on new AM licenses, the FCC decided that at least half of the airtime on FM stations in cities of 100,000 or more people had to be original programming. Magic Carpet Ride Magic Carpet Ride Words and music by John Kay and Rushton Moreve I like to dream yes, yes, right between my sound machine On a cloud of sound I drift in the night Any place it goes is right Goes far, flies near, to the stars away from here Well, you don't know what we can find Why don't you come with me little girl On a magic carpet ride You don't know what we can see Why don't you tell your dreams to me Fantasy will set you free Close your eyes girl Look inside girl Let the sound take you away Last night I held Aladdin's lamp And so I wished that I could stay Before the thing could answer me Well, someone came and took the lamp away I looked around, a lousy candle's all I found Well, you don't know what we can find Why don't you come with me little girl On a magic carpet ride Well, you don't know what we can see Why don't you tell your dreams to me Fantasy will set you free Close your eyes girl Look inside girl Let the sound take you away © Copyright MCA Music (BMI) All rights for the USA controlled and administered by MCA Corporation of America, INC Born To Be Wild Born To Be Wild Words and music by Mars Bonfire Get your motor runnin' Head out on the highway Lookin' for adventure And whatever comes our way Yeah Darlin' go make it happen Take the world in a love embrace Fire all of your guns at once And explode into space I like smoke and lightning Heavy metal thunder Racin' with the wind And the feelin' that I'm under Yeah Darlin' go make it happen Take the world in a love embrace Fire all of your guns at once And explode into space Like a true nature's child We were born, born to be wild We can climb so high I never wanna die Born to be wild Born to be wild © MCA Music (BMI) All rights for the USA controlled and administered by MCA Corporation of America, INC Janis Joplin Janis Joplin 1943­ 1970 Born in Port Arthur , Texas Managed by Albert Grossman of Woodstock “Me and Bobby Mcgee”, “Ball and Chain” Only made four Albums ­ two with Big Brother and the Holding Company and two solo (with The Full Tilt Boogie Band) Blues Covers by Cream Blues Covers by Cream Fresh Cream (1966) “Cat’s Squirrel” ­ Doc Ross “I’m So Glad” ­ Skip James “From Four Till Late”­ Robert Johnson Rollin’ and Tumblin” ­ Muddy Waters Spoonful ­ Charlie Patton Disraeli Gears (1967) “Outside Woman Blues” ­ Blind Joe Reynolds Wheels Of Fire (1968) “Sittin’ On Top of the World”­ Bo Chapman and Walter Jacobs…recorded by Howlin’ Wolf “Crossroads” ­ Robert Johnson (Cross Road Blues) “Traintime”­ ’Forest City’ Joe Pugh “Born Under a Bad Sign” ­ Booker T Jones and William Bell Top of the Milk (1968) “Steppin’ Out” ­ James Bracken “Big Black Woman Blues” ­ Tommy Johnson Early Cream (1977) “Louise” ­ Howlin’ Wolf “Five Long Years” ­ Ike Turner “The First Time I Met The Blues” ­ Little Brother Montgomery “Stormy Monday” ­ John Lee Hooker “Too Much Monkey Business” ­ Chuck Berry From David Headam, “Blues Transformations in the Music of Cream”, in Understanding Rock: Essays in Music Analysis ed. John Covach and Graeme Boone (New York, 1997) Sunshine Of Your Love Sunshine Of Your Love Released Sept. of ’68 on the album Disraeli Gears Written by Jack Bruce and Pete Brown in ’67 (chorus by Eric Clapton) Clapton used the opening theme to “Blue Moon” on the guitar solo to contrast the “sunshine” “Sunshine of Your Love” Jack Bruce, Pete Brown, Eric Clapton It's gettin' near dawn, When lights close their tired eyes. I'll soon be with you my love, To give you my dawn surprise. I'll be with you darling soon, I'll be with you when the stars start falling. I've been waiting so long To be where I'm going In the sunshine of your love. I'm with you my love, The light's shinin' through on you. Yes, I'm with you my love, It's the morning and just we two. I'll stay with you darling now, I'll stay with you till my seeds are all dried up. I've been waiting so long To be where I'm going In the sunshine of your love Sgt. Pepper Lonely Hearts Club Band: Sgt. Pepper Lonely Hearts Club Band: Orchestration Sgt. Pepper ­ 4 French Horns Getting Better ­ tambura Fixing a Hole ­ harpsichord She’s Leaving Home ­ 4 violins, 2 violas, 2 cellos, double­bass, harp Being For the Benefit of Mr. Kite ­ harmonium, organ, glockenspiel, tape effects Within You Without You ­ 8 violins, 3 cellos, dilrubas, svarmandal, tabla, tambura When I’m Sixty Four ­ 3 clarinets Lovely Rita ­ comb and paper Good Morning ­ saxes, trombones, French Horn A Day in the Life ­12 violins, 4 violas, 4 cellos, 2 double­basses, harp, clarinets, oboe, bassoons, flutes, French horns, trumpets, trombones, tuba, tympani (Single) Strawberry Fields Forever ­ 4 trumpets, 3 cellos, tympani Penny Lane ­ flute, piccolo, trumpet, piccolo trumpet, flugelhorn, oboe, English Horn, Double­bass, harmonium Strawberry Fields Forever (single) John’s early Strawberry Fields Forever (single) John’s early memories LET ME TAKE YOU DOWN ´CAUSE I´M GOING TO STRAWBERRY FIELDS NOTHING IS REAL AND NOTHING TO GET HUNG ABOUT STRAWBERRY FIELDS FOREVER LIVING IS EASY WITH EYES CLOSED MISUNDERSTANDING ALL YOU SEE IT´S GETTING HARD TO BE SOMEONE BUT IT ALL WORKS OUT IT DOESN´T MATTER MUCH TO ME LET ME TAKE YOU DOWN ´CAUSE I´M GOING TO STRAWBERRY FIELDS... NO ONE I THINK IS IN MY TREE I MEAN IT MUST BE HIGH OR LOW THAT IS YOU CAN´T YOU KNOW TUNE IN BUT IT´S ALL RIGHT THAT IS I THINK IT´S NOT TOO BAD LET ME TAKE YOU DOWN ´CAUSE I´M GOING TO STRAWBERRY FIELDS... ALWAYS, NO, SOMETIMES, THINK IT´S ME BUT YOU KNOW I KNOW WHEN IT´S A DREAM I THINK, ER,NO I MEAN, ER, YES BUT IT´S ALL SO WRONG THAT IS I THINK I DISAGREE LET ME TAKE YOU DOWN ´CAUSE I´M GOING TO STRAWBERRY FIELDS... Penny Lane (single) Paul’s memories Penny Lane (single) Paul’s memories In penny lane there is a barber showing photographs Of every head he's had the pleasure to know. And all the people that come and go Stop and say hello. On the corner is a banker with a motorcar, The little children laugh at him behind his back. And the banker never wears a mack In the pouring rain, very strange. Penny lane is in my ears and in my eyes. There beneath the blue suburban skies I sit, and meanwhile back In penny lane there is a fireman with an hourglass And in his pocket is a portrait of the queen. He likes to keep his fire engine clean, It's a clean machine. Penny lane is in my ears and in my eyes. A four of fish and finger pies In summer, meanwhile back Behind the shelter in the middle of a roundabout The pretty nurse is selling poppies from a tray And tho' she feels as if she's in a play She is anyway. In penny lane the barber shaves another customer, We see the banker sitting waiting for a trim. And then the fireman rushes in From the pouring rain, very strange. Penny lane is in my ears and in my eyes. There beneath the blue suburban skies I sit, and meanwhile back. Penny lane is in my ears and in my eyes. There beneath the blue suburban skies, Penny lane. Lovely Rita Lovely Rita Lovely Rita meter maid, lovely Rita meter maid Lovely Rita meter maid, nothing can come between us when it gets dark I tow your heart away Standing by a parking meter when I caught a glimpse of Rita Filling in the ticket in her little white book. With a cap she looked much older And the bag across her shoulder made her look a little like a military man. Lovely Rita meter maid, may I inquire discreetly, When you are free to take some tea with me Took her out and tried to win her, Had a laugh and over dinner Told her I would really like to see her again Got the bill and Rita paid it, Took her home and nearly made it Sitting on a sofa with a sister or two. Oh, lovely Rita meter maid, where would I be without you, Give us a wink and make me think of you. A Day In the Life A Day In the Life I read the news today oh boy About a lucky man who made the grade And though the news was rather sad Well I just had to laugh I saw the photograph. He blew his mind out in a car He didn't notice that the lights had changed A crowd of people stood and stared They'd seen his face before Nobody was really sure If he was from the House of Lords. I saw a film today oh boy The English Army had just won the war A crowd of people turned away but I just had to look Having read the book. I'd love to turn you on Woke up, fell out of bed, Dragged a comb across my head Found my way downstairs and drank a cup, And looking up I noticed I was late. Found my coat and grabbed my hat Made the bus in seconds flat Found my way upstairs and had a smoke, Somebody spoke and I went into a dream I read the news today oh boy Four thousand holes in Blackburn, Lancashire And though the holes were rather small They had to count them all Now they know how many holes it takes to fill the Albert Hall. I'd love to turn you on “Younger Generation” by John Sebastian Why must every generation think they're folks are square? And no matter where they're heads are, they know mom's aint there. Cause' I swore when I was small, that I'd remember when, I knew what's wrong with them, that I was smaller than. Determined to remember all the cardinal rules. Like, sun showers are legal grounds, for cutting school. I know I have forgotten maybe one or two. And I hope that I recall them all before the baby's due. And I'll know he'll have a question or two. Like, hey pop. Can I go ride my zoom? It goes two hundred miles an hour, suspended on balloons. And can I put a droplet of this new stuff on my tongue? And imagine puffing dragons, while you sit and wreck your lungs. And I must me permissive, understanding of the younger generation. And then I know that all I've learned, my kid assumes. And all my deepest worries must be his cartoons. And still I'll try to tell him all the things I've done, relating to what he can do when he becomes a man. And still he'll stick his fingers in the fan. And hey pop, my girlfriend's only three. She's got her own videophone, and she's taking LSD. And now that were best friends, she wants to give a bit to me. But what’s the matter daddy? How come you're turning green? Can it be that you can't live up to your dreams? ...
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This note was uploaded on 09/19/2011 for the course MUS 106 taught by Professor Sabino during the Summer '11 term at UC Davis.

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