Feb 8 - The Association Sextet: WINDY #1 June 1967...

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The Association Sextet: WINDY #1 June 1967 19-year-old-fan Ruthann Friuedman (she wrote the song) Lots of drama between people from LA and SF The Seeds: PUSHIN’ TOO HARD Formed in LA in 1965; known by Rolling Stone magazine as the first “flower power band” Cheesy electric piano; giving that ‘classic fuzz sound’ (more like crappy though) Vanilla Fudge: YOU KEEP ME HANGIN’ ON (cover of a song by The Supremes) “Psychedelic symphonic rock”; did covers of “Get Ready”, “Bang Bang”, “Eleanor Rigby” The Beach Boys: GOOD VIBRATIONS Not a single recording session, but an edit of many recording sessions Popularized the use of a theramin; but actually they ended up using a tannerin STUFF TO REMEMBER FOR THE MIDTERM… - Three chord structure (I, IV, V) - Blues mixes major and minor harmonies - Often notes are ‘bent’ when played or sung - Early “country blues” artists were using 12 bar blues, but often added extra beats to stretch the form - Lyrics are usually in AAB form:
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