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History has been described as a pendulum. It sways from a happy time where people are peaceful to a time where people are angry at war. Each of the 1950’s, 60’s, 80’s, and 90’s all have a representation of the period of time they were from. Music shows the feelings of artists from these time periods and how it connects to the year of which it came from.
The 1950s was mainly focused on a time period where everything was merely perfect and everything was based on having a good time. Elvis Presley and all time-hit singer introduced the song “Jailhouse Rock”. When people heard of Elvis’s song it made people want to get up dance and have fun! Even people who were in jail seemed to be happy and having a good time. Nothing in the 1950s was a sad period of time. Like Elvis screamed in the song “Everybody, lets rock” was to encouraged young to get up to dance and party.
In the 1960’s there was a big change. Time had become much more serious and the sway of music went from being being up and fun to a more serious listening too. Bob Dylan introduced music, which was at a very slow paste. Unlike Elvis using loud and party music, Bob Dylan didn’t use drums or have loud music; he simply used a guitar, a harmonica, and a microphone to get his music across. His music portrayed how society was changing and everything completely turned around. “Come senators, congressmen, Please head the call, don’t stand in the doorway, Don’t block up the hall” was accepting changes from the government. It was to either join the changes they were making or get out the way.
In the 1980’s music was also a time period where music was a goodtime and encouraged people to get up and dance. As Posing said, a music group from the 80’s,“Don’t need nothin’ but a good time, how can I resist, Aint lookin’ for nothin’ but a good time, and it don’t get better than this” shows how fun and happy the time...
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