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Little Richard Dick Clark Phil Spector Brian Wilson Syd Barrett Eric Clapton Grace Slick George Martin Fabian/Frankie Avalon/Pat Boone Rolling Stones Bob Dylan heavy metal Gram Parsons Linda Ronstadt Southern Rock Allman Brothers glam androgyny David Bowie Elton John Kiss funk James Brown George Clinton Larry Graham Sly & The Family Stone disco Donna Summer Giorgio Moroder proto-punk bubblegum pop Velvet Underground New York Dolls Patti Smith Richard Hell and the Voidoids The Ramones CBGB-OMFUG Malcolm McClaren The Clash new wave post-punk hardcore Black Flag The Police Joy Division synth-pop pop-metal U2 MTV Quincy Jones Michael Jackson Bruce Springsteen Madonna Prince
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power trio Led Zeppelin arena rock Black Sabbath AC/DC progressive rock Procol Harum Moody Blues Dark Side of the Moon country rock grunge NWBHM thrash metal 3. Essay Questions One of these questions should be answered in an essay no shorter than ten sentences in length. A fuller answer is more like to receive full credit. Specific musical examples go a long way toward demonstrating a solid grasp of the material – your answer will not be counted without them ! -- How would you describe the influence of folk and blues styles on rock music in the past sixty years? What does this influence suggest about the identity, and the future, of rock music? -- Throughout the quarter, we have discussed the relationship between ‘rock music,’ ‘popular music,’ and ‘pop music.’ What do these three terms mean in relation to rock history, and how do they interact with one another? How do rock musicians and fans situate themselves in relation to ‘popular’ and ‘pop’ music? -- Would you describe rock music as being primarily radical or conservative in nature? In other words, how do rock musicians and rock fans relate to their own genre’s past? Are they primarily concerned with innovation or tradition? Is ‘real’ rock music about retaining a set of values or about breaking from them – and when does an artist cease to be ‘rock’?
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