MUSC 2150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Surf Music, Folk Rock, The Beach Boys

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American artists enthusiastically engaged the british bands, borrowing elements from both the beatles and the blues-based groups. The do-it-yourself mentality of the garage bands would eventually help inspire the punk movement of the late 1960s and early 1970s. The interest in more complex production techniques would find further expression in the progressive rock on the 1970s. Folk rock an obvious response to the british invasion. The monkees were an american pop response to the beatles. Bob dylan one of the most respected pop singers in the usa. Dylan"s songs began to take a different approach; asking questions to attempt to understand the world. Began using electric instruments met resistance with traditional folk fans, they felt betrayed. Positively 4th street was used as a finger-pointing song towards everyone who felt betrayed by his electric guitar use. Mr. tambourine man brings together folk revival, girl groups, surf music, and the.

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