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It could broadcast in stereo
Why did FM radio become the primary vehicle for broadcasting psychedelic rock?
The students killed at Kent State
The tune "Ohio" by Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young is a lament for:
Jazz influence on extended improvisations
What is one common influence on psychedelic rock?
John Fogerty
Who experimented with overdubbing and recordings where he played all of the parts?
Dual lead guitars
One of the characteristic sounds of the Allman Brothers, which influenced other Southern Rock bands, is:
Bitches Brew
What record by Miles Davis set the stage for fusion?
. Blues revival bands
Hard Rock/Heavy Metal developed out of:
Blues based bass riffs
What is the one musical trait Hard Rock and Heavy Metal have in common?
Psychedelic "layed back" music of the '60's
Hard Rock came about as a reaction to what?
He used innovative guitar techniques never heard before
What is notable about Eddie Van Halen?
theatrical performances and androgynous sexuality
Glitter Rock uses:
punk
The music is repetitious, unemotional, and
hardly related to commercial rock
psychedlic rock
Ironically
drugs
were
often
used
as the way to awareness or enlightenment
san francisco
beat movement
Funk uses polyrhythms
One musical distinction between Soul and Funk is:
flat four
One musical characteristic of Disco is:
A promotional event at Comisky Park in Chicago
What was Disco Demolition Night?
Neil Armstrong landed on the moon
Which of the following did not happen in the 1980's?
Boosted record sales
What was the purpose of television shows which played music or featured performers?
He wrote the music and played instrumental parts
What is significant about Prince's first five albums?
Earlier traditional rock styles
Bruce Springsteen's style is a mix of:
james brown
style rooted in gospel/soul
1980s
began with unemployment, inflation,
high interest rates
mtv
introduced in 1981
hip hop
Began
at 1520 Sedgwick Avenue,
Bronx, NewYork
dj kool herc cambell
the father of Hip-Hop, introduced
Jamaican dj techniques and toasting which led to
Rap
Bands were influenced by rockabilly
One characteristic of the Mersey sound is:
Modernists
The term Mods is an abbreviation for:
Ed Sullivan
On which American television show did the Beatles first perform in 1964?
Rhythm and Blues
Which American style influenced the Rolling Stones?
Fuzztone
What gave the Kinks their distinctive sound?
Trad Jazz Band
What type of band did Pete Townshend and John Entwistle first start together?
Mods
The band name was changed to The Who to appeal to whom?
Tommy
The Who produced a rock opera called:
Jeff Beck
Who ultimately took Eric Clapton's place in the Yardbirds?
Executives produced a television show featuring the Monkees
What happened as a reaction to the British domination of U.S. pop charts?
College Campuses
In the 1960's, Folk music's political position made it the choice on:
John and Alan Lomax
Who collected and recorded folk music for the Library of Congress archives?
He recognized the potential for rock style performances of folk songs
Why did Bob Dylan change his style?
The book of Ecclesiastes
The Lyrics for the tune "Turn,Turn,Turn" come from:
Ray Charles
Which artist did not sing gospel in church but incorporated those elements into R&B?
Memphis Group
The "MG" in Booker T. and the MGs stands for
Stax and Volt
What are the two record labels, in Memphis, which recorded artists?
Berry Gordy
Motown was founded by:
Motown's regular backup band
Who were the Funk Brothers?
13th Floor Elevators
What band first used the term psychedelic rock to describe their music?
The Star Spangled Banner
Which tune, performed by Jimi Hendrix, was the highlight of Woodstock '69?
The trends of the 1960's
The 1970's gave expression to:
The Eagles
Linda Ronstadt's backup band for the album Linda Ronstadt became the group:
Jazz styles
Fusion is the incorporation of contemporary rock with:
Blues revival bands
Hard Rock/Heavy Metal developed out of:
Blues based riffs
What is the one musical trait Hard Rock and Heavy Metal have in common?
Psychedelic "laid back" music of the '60's
Hard Rock came about as a reaction to what?
Added a second lead guitar
What did the band Judas Priest do in 1974 to change their sound?
20th century classical, avant-garde techniques
Art Rock uses:
Theatrical performances and androgynous sexuality
Glitter Rock uses:
Phony conformity and attitudes
Frank Zappa attacked:
"Flat Four"
One musical characteristic of Disco is:
Run-D.M.C.
Which group popularized Rap with mainstream rock culture?
Album sales flourished
Areas wired for Cable and which carried MTV were the same places where:
He wrote the music and played the instrumental parts
What is significant about Prince's first five albums?
Robert Pittman
Who started MTV?
morissey
"Every day is like sunday"
U2
"with or without you"
mission uk
"wasteland"
ministry
"stigmata"