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Lecture 14

MUSI 102 Lecture 14: Lecture 14

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Lecture 14; 11316 Chapter 9 Starting to cross over into the 1960s A pretty turbulent time o Vietnam o Assassination of JFK o Martin Luther king The baby boomers are growing up Music moves like steps o Rise of music genres o Then a plateau before it changes again The 60s is a plateau After the first rock n roll explosion, its going to stay stagnant until the British invasion The rise of Social Dance Crazes o The Twist o Instantly promoted as a new hit record o Indie labels o It was covered as well o More percussion in the second one Disco Techs o People got together to dance o The Mashed Potato o The Locomotion Lots of novelty dances all together We havent had anything that is truly an earth breaking sound yet Rise of the Producer Phil Specter o Super popular o He was an artist playing guitar and piano o He started in a group called the Teddy Bears o He starts as a song writer o The trend of the day was dances o But he didnt follow that trend o He did follow Lieber and Stoller (Hound Dog) o He was their apprentice o You tend to write in the style of whom you apprentice o By 21, he was in charge of his own record company, Phillys Records o He would work closely with the song writer, if it wasnt him o The song writers were handpicked by him o He was in charge of all the artists that sang for him o Lots of girl groups o His sound is associated with working with girl groups o The arrangement, the hiring of musicians,
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