Music 1520 #1


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Members of Rolling Stones
Jaggar, Richards
Members of The Hollies
Members of The Who
Townshend, Daltrey
Members of the Drifters
Ben E. King
Early Blues
Ma Rainey, Robert Johnson
40s-50s Blues/R&B
Louis Jordan, Big Joe Turner, Ruth Brown
50s Rockabilly
Perkins, Elvis, Haley, Holly, Everly Brothers
50s "Doo-Wop"
Coasters, Drifters, Dion and the Belmonts
50s "Teen Idol"
Fabian, Pat Boone, Anka, Sedaka
50s R&B/Rock and Roll
Berry, Fats Domino, Little Richard, Chubby Checker
50s/60s "Surf"
Duane Eddy, Dick Dale, Ventures, Surfaris, Beach boys
Jerry Leiber & Mike Stoller
songwriters for Atlantic Records
Joe Turner (song)
"Shake, Rattle and Roll"
Louis Jordan (song)
Muddy Waters (song)
"I Got My Mojo Workin"
Little Richard (songs)
"Tutti Frutti" and "Lucille"
Fats Domino (song)
"Blue Monday"
Chuck Berry (songs)
"Maybellene" & "Roll Over Beethoven"
Chess Records
Independent Label- Muddy Waters, Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley
Atlantic Records
Independent Label- founded by Herb Abramson and Ahmet Ertegun--Ray Charles
Sun Records
Independent Label- founded by Sam Phillips
4 major rockabilly artists with Sun Records
Elvis Presley, Carl Perkins, Jerry Lee Lewis, Johnny Cash
4 main phases of Elvis's Career
Sun, RCA/Hollywood, Army/Germany, Las Vegas
Carl Perkins (song)
"Blue Suede Shoes"
Bill Haley (song)
"Rock Around The Clock"
Buddy Holly (song)
"That'll Be The Day"
Everly Bros (Song)
"Bye Bye Love"
Dion and the Belmonts
"Teenager in Love"
Elvis went to the Army
Holly died in Car accident
Little Richard stopped music to be a pastor
Lewis married his 13 yr old cousin
Berry tried to carry 14 yr old girl across state lines
Prominent "Doo wop" groups
Drifters (featuring Ben E. King), Silhouettes, Coasters, Dion and The Belmonts (white-Italian group)
Teen Idols (Bobby Darin)
"Splish Splash"
Teen Idols (Paul Anka)
"Lonely Boy"
Teen Idols (Fabian)
"Turn Me Loose"
Teen Idols (Chubby Checker)
"The Twist"
4 major record labels of the 60s
RCA, Decca, Columbia, Capitol
Surf Instrumental
Dick Dale and his Del-Tones, The Ventures
Surf Vocal
The Beach Boys
Beach Boys (songs)
"Surfer Girls", "I Get Around"
The Surfaris (song)
"Wipe Out"
Bob Dylan (songs)
"The Times They Are A-Changin'", "Maggie
s Farm", "Like a Rolling Stone", Blowin in the Wind"
Bob Dylan goes "electric"
Newport Folk Festival 1965
a blend of British Dixieland jazz/folk songs sung to a simple accompaniment of guitar/banjo chords, homemade bass and washboard/whisk broom percussion
Early Beatles
"Yeah yeah"-style (thru 1964)
Middle Beatles
Socially-concious lyrics, Dylan-folk influence c. 1965-66
Original Drummer
Pete Best
Brian Epstein
Beatles Manager
George Martin
Beatles Producer
Early April '64
Simultaneously had the 5 top songs in the US
"Please Please Me"
First #1 hit in Britain
"I Wanna Hold Your Hand"
First #1 hit in the US
Last Live Concert
Aug. 66 at San Francisco's Candlestick Park
Best Selling artists in the 50s
#1 Elvis
#2 Pat Boone
Best Selling artists in the 60s
#1 Elvis
#2 The Beatles
#3 The Supremes
#4 The Rolling Stones