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History of Rock and Roll Videotape 8: The Seventies: Have a Nice Decade 1. How does Black Sabbath react to 1960s hippie culture? Birth of metal/death/doom/goth music Loud, aggressive style However: formerly named Earth; hippie blues style 1 st album- 1970 2. Name some early 1970s Southern rock bands. Allman Brothers (“Whipping Post”) Lynyrd Skynyrd (“Sweet Home Alabama”) ZZ Top (“Tush”) Marshall Tucker Band (“Heard it in a Love Song”) Charlie Daniels Band (“The Devil Went Down to Georgia”) Molly Hatchet (“Flirtin With Disaster”) 3. Name some significant African American musicians of the 1970s and the musical styles they represent. Sly and the Family Stone: Soul/Pop Stevie Wonder: Soul/Pop Bob Marley: Reggae Jackson 5: Soul/Pop (Motown) Kool and the Gang (Funk to Disco) Later 70’s: Earth, Wind, and Fire; the Commodores George Clinton and Parliament/ Funkadelic: Funk 4. What became the center of creativity for many early 1970s artists? The recording studio
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This note was uploaded on 04/10/2008 for the course MUS 329 taught by Professor Capuzzo during the Spring '08 term at UNC Greensboro.

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