History of Roc1 - History of Rock & Roll In A Nutshell...

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In A Nutshell The songs and the sounds we call "rock and roll" evolved from many different sources, in many different regions, and at many different moments in twentieth- century history. The music was shaped—and continues to be molded and transformed—by countless regular people, some doing what they love, others seeking refuge from what they hate, some hoping to change the world, and still others resisting what they fear. Why Should I Care? How many times per week would you say you hear someone refer to "rock and roll" in some form or another? Probably more often than you realize. Let's think about this. Maybe you've been watching "LA Ink" and heard tattooist extraordinaire, Miss Kat Von D express her enthusiastic approval for, well, just about any thing by proclaiming, "Rock on, dude!" Maybe your mom says, "that's rockin'" at the most inappropriate moments, like ours do. You may have followed MTV's advice and "turned up the volume on your rock style" by painting your finger and/or toe nails
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This note was uploaded on 01/04/2012 for the course AMH AMH2010 taught by Professor Pietrzak during the Fall '10 term at Broward College.

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History of Roc1 - History of Rock & Roll In A Nutshell...

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