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Music-Arts Faculty
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MUAR 392
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Melvin Backstrom

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MUAR 392 Lecture Notes May 17 Chapter 60 Jazz Fusion  At first, no, it was used synonymously  But towards end of 1970s heavy metal  Use of rock and funk rhythms and (increasingly called just “metal”) comes electric instruments with jazz focus on to be preferred name for more “extreme” instrumental improvisation music  Miles Davis key figure, especially 1969 album Bitches Brew Led Zeppelin Early Heavy Metal  Formed from demise of Yardbirds, first known as New Yardbirds Quartet: lead  Roots in blues-based British bands of singer, guitar, bass, drums 1960s  Strong emphasis on “mystical” elements  Origin of term uncertain, but seeps into  Listen to “Dazed and Confused” (1969) music criticism in late 60s as alternate (partial cover of below) name for certain kinds of hard rock.  Listen to “Dazed and Confused” (1967) First use in music perhaps by Jake Holmes Steppenwolfe’s “Born to Be Wild”  Heavily blues based, but also use many  Songs folk elements. One of first to incorporate o “Sunshine of Your Love” (1967) both in same song (e.g. “Stairway to By Cream Heaven”) o “Born To Be Wild” by  Accusations of Satanic worship, selling Steppenwolfe
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