• Did the Popular Culture of the 1960 Do More Harm Than Good?
    ’ we are referring to the numerous British artists and groups of admirers and emulators of American rock n’ roll, whose fame and popularity abruptly increased in the US during the early 1960’s. The most well-known and influential would probably be ‘The Beatles’, who had a huge impact not only on the...
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  • Syllabus
    chords" and influence on next generation The Everly Brothers Country-duo harmonies and influence Teen ballads and "choir boy rockabilly." Buddy Holly & the Crickets Last of the fifties giants Studio innovations New fusion of pop and rock & roll Crickets as proto-Beatle group archetype...
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  • Psychedelic rock
    home to produce covers of Beatles' songs, complete with sitar, and the concept album Once upon a Twilight (1968).[88] The most successful New Zealand band, The La De Das, produced the psychedelic pop concept album The Happy Prince (1968), based on theOscar Wilde children's classic, but failed to break...
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  • Did the Impact of the Beatles Sgt Pepper Album Help Redefine Popular Music as a Culturally Significant Art Form?
    "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band is first and foremost the album that gave rise to 'hopes of progress in pop music" (The Times, 29 May 1967) Did the impact of the Beatles Sgt Pepper album help redefine popular music as a culturally significant art form? Summary of Assignment Choose an...
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  • Final Readings Hum176
    , demonstrating that one part of the future of CDs may be in premium collectors’ packages. RADIOHEAD’S IN RAINBOWS WEB SITE ‘ 72 SOUNDS AND IMAGES THE MEDIUM OF SOUND RECORDING has had an immense impact on our culture. The music that helps shape our identities and comfort us during the transition...
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  • Beatles: Impact on Rock N’ Roll
    concert was at Shea Stadium in New York and a total of 55,600 people attended this historical event in pop culture. To add to the substantial impact of this concert, the tickets to the event sold out in a short 17 minutes. This would become the biggest testament to their iconic status...
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  • The Beatles 
    the Beatles did not invent the rock and roll music, their great impact on the twentieth century’s music is undeniable; the Beatles was part of the twentieth century culture. The Beatles’ adventurous spirit of experimentation provided a good model for the later singers. In the song “Yesterday...
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  • British Politics and Culture Since 1945
    * Queen has reigned since 1952 * In theory, signs all acts of parliament * Not allowed in the house of commons 7. Cup of tea * Most comes from Sri Lanka (Selon) * Some comes from India 8. Weather * Carry on, no matter what 9. Pop Culture * The Beatles, James Bond...
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  • Influence of Music
    Objectives 1. 2. 3. Assess the impact of three technologies that changed the face of the music industry. Determine the influences and characteristics of each genre of popular music. Describe the evolution of pop music throughout the last century. The first stirrings of popular or pop music—any genre...
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  • How the Beatles Changed a Generation
    everyday popular culture was that the fact that they were British. Before the Beatles traveled across “the pond”, the U.S. had been a tough break for aspiring British pop groups. The Beatles wanted to teach the world that pop music could be intelligent and that British groups could do that just as...
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  • The Beatles
    decade and generation that is still as fresh today as it was the day it was released. The Beatles had a extraordinary impact on society and culture. In this essay I will showcase the impact and legacy of the greatest act of all time "The Beatles''. The Beatles were formed in Liverpool in 1959. The bands...
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  • Beatles
    records. While they were originally famous for merseybeat, or what some labelled light-weight pop music which provoked complete hysteria in young women. Their later works achieved a combination of popular and critical attention. They were more than recording artists, influencing fashion and culture and...
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  • John Lennon
    rested on their achievements, constantly stretching the boundaries of pop music. This band had major impacts on the world. Their success in both Britain and America brought the United States and Britain closer in terms of pop culture and collective values. After The Beatles broke up, John Lennon...
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  • The Beatles: Sgt. Peppers
    they were recognized for their talent. They were the leaders of the Invasion and had the greatest impact on the direction of music going forward. “The early style of the Beatles represented an amalgam of the range of largely black styles they were interested in emulating (soul, Motown, pop ballad...
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  • Discussing the Development of Boy Band History in Western Countries
    the song recording nor the performing session. They sing R&B, pop and soul music etc. Boy band grew in popularity to their peak between the 1940s and 2000s with groups. That is the period from The Beatles to Westlife.[1] First of all, to discus the development of male idol groups in the 2000s...
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  • Why the beatles
    is their impact on music in general – the influence they have had on bands of various genres all over the world from the sixties up to the present day – and their immense influence on culture and people’s thinking. Nowadays the Beatles have a special status – strictly speaking they are a cult band...
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  • Beatles
    define the 1960s[2] and their influence on pop culture is still evident today. The Beatles led the mid-1960s musical "British Invasion" into the United States. Although their initial musical style was rooted in 1950s rock and roll and homegrown skiffle, the group explored genres ranging from Tin Pan...
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  • The Beatles Influence on the Tourism Industry in Liverpool
    hitting number one in 35 different countries (RollingStone). During 1963, the monumental impact the Beatles had on the continual growth of the beat-boom and had started a musical and cultural reorganisation of the face of British pop (Chambers, 1986). Their impact on the world of fashion also had...
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  • Jack the Ripper
    sexual revolution of popular culture. There are many positive aspects as well as many negative ones too. Firstly, positives, source A shows the good affect the Beatles on young people "The nation held its breath because that evening the four Beatles, all the Fab Four, were appearing live on ‘Juke...
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  • Blues Jazz and Rock
    These are my rough unedited class notes representing general ideas and concepts for class lectures. Please ignore the many sentence fragments. The African-American culture of the southern plantation influenced the birth of the blues through the adaptation of their African musical heritage...
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