"Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow" NYC Luther Dixon; Carole King Prototypical girl group; realistic love theme; classical w/ R&B; opened doors for girl groups; beat oriented - draws audience to flow of music
"Be My Baby" NYC Phil Spector Sexy image; wall of sound; "teen symphonies"; producer controls all; Spector treated musicians as interchangeable parts
Ben E. King
"There Goes My Baby"
"Rose in Spanish Harlem" NYC Lieber & Stoller Sweet soul; out of gospel style; classical w/ R&B; black pop
"I Like it Like That" New Orleans New Orleans adopting rock rhythm to promote dance feel
"The Twist" Philadelphia Dick Clark Played by Dick Clark on Am. Bandstand; responded to dance need; song by Hank Ballard
"Louie, Louie" (written by Richard Berry) Controversial phantom lyric; 3 chord R&R; back to basics; inspired garage bands; FBI investigation
"Pretty Woman" TX Updatedrockabilly Musical form subordinated to story line
"Let's Go Trippin'"
"Miserlou" California Solid body guitar; surf sound influences; worked with Leo Fender to create built-in reverb unit
"Wipe Out" California Standard surf lick; importance of drum set, drum solo,
"Walk, Don't Run"
"Out of Limits" (Seattle) Sci-fi interest; high output pick-ups of their Mosrite guitars created signature sound