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longer present and earning money at the performance o Neverthe'less, victorlas became popular – as did ghetto blasters/boombox, walkmans and iPods in the years to come Quick Review Questions 1. Can you put Koskoff’s and Green’s ideas into your own words and offer applications (examples or counter-examples) of their thinking? 2. How does Unit 2 speak to your critical focus in the course? 3. Can you name and describe the Seven Musical Elements in your own words? Module Summary Podcasts Module 2 Garafalo Chapter 1 Starr & Waterman Chapter 2
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Module 2 Notes Quick Review Questions Module Summary Podcasts Module 3 Garafalo Chapter 1 Starr & Waterman Chapter 3 R.E.M. “Orange Crush” Module 3 Notes Quick Review Questions Module Summary Podcasts Module 4 Garafalo Chapter 2 & 3 Module 4 Notes
Quick Review Questions Module Summary Podcasts Module 5 Garafalo Chapter 4 & 5 Module 5 Notes 5.1 The Quest for Quiet and Suburbia Quest for quiet is a theme of post World War II era The great white rush began following it o Imagine after two generations straight of war, who wouldn't want quiet? New economic prosperity means teens became a driving force with their own disposable income o For first time in North America, teens were developing their voices o While adults were pursuing peace and quiet, children were craving excitement not available in their white picket fence infested suburbs Leave it to beaver typified the American Dream for many Americans o Could watch show on new television sets and enjoy it o Characters/stories seeped corny and naïve o No cynicism in this show o Dometic, high standards for a population not yet media savvy to understand what they were watching wasn't real o Beaver and his family are relevant for the 1950s and1960s In the real world, Civil Rights movement was building o 1955, December, Rosa Parks bus seat o Nov 1960, Ruby Bridges was a young black girl bussed into a "white school" o In NYC, the Cross-Bronx expressway was constructed In destroyed old communities and those that could afford to move away did (relatively wealthy white families) and left behind those who could not (primarily black and Hispanic citizens) o In the Bronx, jobless rate soared o The projects were built to house marginalized people o The Expressway construction is noted as a key factor in the development of hip hop culture 5.2 The Noise Erupts Ike Turner, Rocket 88
o One of referred to as "the first rock n roll song" o Ike and his band fused blues and swing sounds with a distorted guitar electric sound that became distinct as rock Legend has it that his guitar amplifier was damaged and that's what created the distorted sound but Turner liked the accidental sound o Swing sound was familiar to parents, most of the rest was uncomfortably noisy lol Elvis Presley, Hound Dog o As a person, polite, good looking and well-spoken but his music scared parents o Clothing/dancing was uncomfortably sexual and somehow un masculine o Some of his music elements were familiar to parents, the rest scary o

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