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Pop Music Notes End of November

Pop Music Notes End of November - PopMusicNotes 21:36...

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Pop Music Notes 21:36 The Latin  "Tinge" -  The maracas, in jazz music. The Seven Streams The Stream - a developed musical production, a unit in propaganda, a style, music  practices, audiences, a unit stream of music they begin to "talk" to each other in their own stream, and start to merge and form  new streams and even "Crossover" with hit records in other "genre's" and streams  charts 1. Pop -  Sinatra, Vuadeville 2. Country -  nashville  Hank Williams.  3. Rhythm n Blues -  Chess Records, Chicago based RnB label, took elements from  church gospels, turned it gospel 4. Jazz 5. Soul  starts in the south, distributed with rnb   6. Gospel -  performed initally in the church, at percedings. spirtual, songs inspired by  bible/ sermons 7. Rock n Roll ( Conglomeration of what precedes it) ^ starts  with small race record companies, gets absorbed with emergence of Elvis &  others, rock n roll is realized Buddy Holly -  country ballad w/ rock base. came out of the country scene
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in 50's local, regional talent becomes important, local market/labels. local nashville  artists on sale, and on radio, in tennessee soul - secular gospel music, in video - soul vs gospel, the singing of the notes Louie Jordan -  crossover artist, popular during ww2. Jazz base., but had a heavy "big 
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