What problems did rock and roll face in the late

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-- What problems did rock and roll face in the late 1950s? How did the style survive in the period between 1958 and 1964? Be sure to include a discussion of both the music and the media in your response. -- Why are the Beatles considered one of the most important bands in rock history (and, arguably, in all of music history)? A complete answer will consider all periods of their career. -- Describe the relationship between folk music and social causes. How did folk, in particular, become known as ‘protest music?’ -- Why is Bob Dylan considered one of the most important artists in both folk and rock history? A complete answer will consider his work in both fields – and their relationship to one another. -- What role did the Beat counterculture play in forming the rock counterculture of the 1960s? How did Beat influences filter into 1960s rock? -- Describe the evolution of recording practices from the mid-1950s (such as Elvis in Sun Studios) to the late 1960s and early 1970s. How did changes in production technique affect rock Beat culture counterculture double-tracking girl groups bop/cool jazz Aldon Music Brill Building Anthology of American Folk Music wall of sound surf music Pet Sounds skiffle Beatles mods/rockers Hamburg/Cavern Club Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band Merseybeat bands garage rock soul 1965 Newport Folk Festival Haight-Ashbury District LSD Monterey Pop Festival Woodstock Altamont studio-as-instrument “The Day the Music Died” payola tremolo picking novelty songs Motown communism/socialism Stax Records Little Richard Chuck Berry Jack Kerouac/Allen Ginsberg Dick Clark Fabian/Frankie Avalon/Pat Boone Don Kirshner Woody Guthrie The Kingson Trio Phil Spector Brian Wilson Dick Dale George Martin Andrew Oldham Rolling Stones Berry Gordy Stevie Wonder Ray Charles The Who The Kinks Janis Joplin Jim Morrison The Byrds Syd Barrett Brian Epstein Funk Brothers
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