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Baby love is a song by The Supremes that uses a combination of instruments that combine with
a simple verse form to talk about teenage love and how strong the need and desire for one is.
Piano chords, bass guitar and drums play through the song with an ad
When people think of hip-hop and rap in the present time, they should know that the
genre does not only encompass one or two types of music. It is significant to consider that this
music should not be categorized as one, because there are far
I Want to Hold Your Hand is a song by the Beatles. The song was #1 on UK charts throughout 1963 and
was their first American hit, so they had significant success. The music of the Beatles was sort of like the
teen pop idols music in America. For example,
Positively 4th Street is a song by Bob Dylan and an attitude that he portrays in this song gives me feels of
dismay. Traits that are in folk music are clearly displayed in this song when Dylan is speaking about a
problem in the world that needs resolution
How did folk rock develop out of folk? How was folk rock influenced by both the British invasion and earlier
American pop styles?
Bob Dylan became a very well known folk singer throughout the United States. On top of folk, he was also
very interested in t
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Why Don't You Love Me (Hank Williams)
The first thing that catching me up is the sound of harmonica at the beginning of the song. It
is the started of an funny and pure melody. The singer's voice is also unique. The way how he
Surfin USA The beach boys have a very unique style of music that is very different from all of the types
of music that you see being produced in the 1960s. You can clearly tell that they are not in the area that
most music is being created, and instead, r
Over the Rainbow- Judy Garland Over the rainbow expresses a tone of euphoria and softness.
Combining sounds of an orchestra and vocals, it sets the perfect mood for The Wizard of Oz. The lyrics
portray one daydreaming of a state of mind with complete happ
1. How did folk rock develop out of folk? How was folk rock influenced by
both the British invasion and earlier American pop styles?
Bob Dylan became a very well known folk singer throughout the United States.
On top of folk, he was also very interested i
styles?Why?Pop, Blues, Western and Country were all popular in the mid 1900s, all
pinpointing a certain area in the
The Supremes - "Baby Love"
This song uses a combination of instruments that combine with a simple verse form to
talk about teenage love and how strong the need and desire for one is. Piano chords,
bass guitar and drums play through the song with an additi
1. Why was youth culture important to Rock and Roll? What were some of
the elements of youth culture in the 1950's?
Before music in the 1950s, mainstream pop targeted a family audience instead
of a certain age. Black Radio was then discovered and urged th
Peter Frampton - "Show Me the Way"
This song by Peter Frampton has more of a soft rock mood to it with the
acoustic guitar mixed in with the electric guitar. The song starts with
strumming of the acoustic guitar and adds on the rest of the band. The
1. How did the growth of the rock-music business in the 2nd half of the
1970s affect the development of radio and expectations for album sales
After the first half of the 1970s, rock music was steering toward album oriented
rock instead of fr
Motley Crue - "Shout At The Devil"
This song uses all of the aggressive components of music to create a heavy metal
piece. The combination of the electric guitar, drums, bass, and loud screaming vocals all
come together to create an angry and energized mo
1. Discuss the root of 1980s Heavy Metal in earlier rock music. Who are
the strongest influences on 80s metal bands?
Heavy metal came around in the 1980s due to types of new waves being
introduced, including garage bands, punk, and progressive types of ps