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Mid-Term Study GuideLECTURES:Early Industry, Rhythm & Blues, Rockabilly, Early Female Idols,Girl Groups Part 1, Girl Groups Part 2, SURF, FOLK/Protest,British Invasion, San Francisco
Question & Point BreakdownMultiple Choice(80 Points)Early Industry (7 questions)Rhythm & Blues (4 questions)Rockabilly (3 questions)Early Female Idols (3 questions)Girl Groups Part 1 (2 questions)Girl Groups Part 2 (6 questions)Surfer Girls (3 questions)Folk/Protest (3 questions)British Invasion (5 questions)San Francisco (4 questions)Mix ‘n’ Match (25 Points)Singer to Group or BandArtist to Record LabelEarly Beginnings Girl Group to SongArtist to SongMusic Genre to ArtistSong & Artist Identifications (80 Points)Set 1 – 10 (20 questions)Set 11 – 20 (20 questions)EXAMPOINT TOTAL (185 Points)Multiple Choice = 80 PointsMix ‘n’ Match = 25 PointsSongs 1-10 = 40 PointsSongs 11-20 = 40 Points
Song ListHound DogJim DandyTell MamaLet’s Have a PartyRockin’ Around The Christmas TreeWhere The Boys areIt’s My PartyWill You Love Me TomorrowOne Fine DayBe My BabyHe’s a RebelLeader of The PackPineapple PrincessIf I Had a HammerWhere Have All The Flowers GoneAs Tears Go ByDowntownSon of a Preacher ManWhite RabbitMe and Bobby McGee
Early IndustryThe most basicOrigins of Blues and Rock & Rollin the U.S. found in theTraditional ‘black’ Plantation Field & Work Songs found in the South. Termed ‘verse-call & response, the songs reflected history, loss and pain, praise; centered around apeople and a cultureJohn Lomaxrecorded original American Folk songs; discovered Rural BluesArtists & Southern sounds of Black America. Discovered these Songs couldadapt to the Times, History, Location, and People, through storytelling. He recordedover 10,000 Songs, traveled over 16,000 Miles, through 33 States.European MusicDetermined most forms of music for centuries, through narrativeBallads, Epic Poetry, in typically a 4 to 8 Bars structure.Anglo-Western Musiciansused the same traditional instruments used byEuropean musicians in the beginning to develop their own forms and structuresof the ‘new’ West music.Plantation musicianslearned to play European instruments so they could entertainthe Plantation owners, and their guest. , but had their own body of music, The sounds,forms and structures of this music were drawn from thespiritual and soul
Early IndustryMa Rainey‘Mother of the Blues’ recorded with Paramount in 1923;She recorded over 100 songs by the time she retired in 1933. “Bo-Weavil” (1925)She inspired and gave vocal lessons to Bessie Smith, and taught her about life.1990 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame:Early InfluencesBessie Smith‘Empress of The Blues’ The highest-paid black performer of her day.Inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1989 - Early Influences. In 1929released her most popular song,“Nobody Knows You When You’re Down and Out“Gimmie A Pigfoot And a Bottle of Beer” (1933)Inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame - Early Influences (1989)Mamie Smith

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