9.24.07 - MUSC 423 6:01:00 PM Sam the Sham and the...

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MUSC 423 24/09/2007 20:01:00 Sam the Sham and the Pharoahs      – “Wooly Bully” – 1965 Called their music “Tex-Mex” Burt Bacharach      with Hal David  – huge songwriters Dionne Warwick recorded 39 of their songs, 8 were Top 10 Hits Wrote “Little Red Book” o Recorded by The Grassroots  from Hollywood, later changed their  name to “LOVE” Count Five      #5 Song “Psychotic Reaction” – 1966 Fuzz Box - $32.00 Gibson guitar add-on Electric Prunes      – “I Had Too Much to Dream Last Night” Los Angeles band in 1966 The Knickerbockers      – from New Jersey – 1966 hit “Lies” Claim to fame was sounding like the Beatles, or at least trying to The Standells      – 1966 – “Dirty Water” – from Los Angeles About the dirty water in Boston Didn’t use barred chords Standell Amplifier came out around then – don’t know if related
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Unformatted text preview: The Association – 6 members – from Los Angeles • Famous for their vocals • 19 year old Ruthann Friedman wrote the song “Windy” o “Windy” became #1 in 1967 The Seeds – 1965 Los Angeles band – “Flower Power” band • “Pushin’ Too Hard” o Lousy fuzz guitar and lousy electric piano Vanilla Fudge – From NYC – called their music “Psychadelic Symphonic Rock” • “You Keep Me Hangin’ On” The Beach Boys – “Good Vibrations” • Took 6 months to record • Song is made up of many parts and then edited together o Uses new instruments that they had never used before “Theramin” – monumental instrument to use Invented by Leon Termin 24/09/2007 20:01:00 24/09/2007 20:01:00...
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  • Spring '07
  • Biersach
  • Music, 1960s music groups, Burt Bacharach, Garage rock, Dionne Warwick, Los Angeles band

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