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MUS 161 Roots of Rock & Soul

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    Nov 01, 2016
    | Would highly recommend.

    Pretty easy, overall.

    Course Overview:

    This is truly a fantastic class. I am a fashion major not a music major and I just took this out of curiosity and to fill a requirement and I am very glad I did. The professor is just oozing charisma and is so intelligent and really makes this course interesting. I am not a fan of rock and roll but the amount of dedication and explanation he gives is truly amazing. Its an easy A and you'll love it.

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    Just the class and professor itself really motivated me to come all the way down to campus to sit in his lectures. This class has really been my favorite of the semester. I would very much take it again if it counted as a credit. I learned the very distinct roots of rock and soul music. And he really does not skip the details. I learned from the very beginning of the United States where and how this music developed. Really eye opining

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    Advice for students:

    Take this course. It will open your eyes to a whole lot more than just whatever you'll hink your current knowledge of what rock and soul music are. Its fantastic and you'll definable be left wanting more. Out of all my classes this is what I recommend the most to students and I would love to take it again if it were possible.

    • Fall 2016
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