Z203, Unit 1


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"Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" by The Beatles
This album established the idea of art rock (concept album)
King Crimson
This band featured Robert Fripp (guitar) and Greg Lake (vocals, bass), and they used stylistic eclecticism (different stages of a song) and the mellotron
Emerson, Lake, & Palmer
Keith Emerson (keyboard), Greg Lake (vocals, bass, guitar), and Carl Palmer (drums)
Jethro Tull
Ian Anderson
Pink Floyd
Band Syd Barrett was in
David Gilmour
Man who replaced Syd Barrett in Pink Floyd in 1968
Mothers Of Invention
Band Frank Zappa was in
Don Van Vliet (Captain Beefheart)
A high school friend of Frank Zappa (who produced his album)
Laurie Anderson
Artist who used a vocoder (voice-altering keyboard) and minimalism
Klaus Dinger and Michael Rother
Artists left the band Kraftwerk to form Neu!
Instrument that is featured in the album "Phaedra" by Tangerine Dream
Tony Defries
David Bowie's manager
The Berlin Trilogy (David Bowie)
Low, Heroes, and Lodger
The Velvet Underground
Band Lou Reed was in
Bowle and Ronson
Producers of the album "Transformer"
All the Young Dudes
Song by Mott The Hoople written by David Bowie
Roxy Music
Band in which Bryan Ferry and Brian Eno were members?
Todd Rundgren
Producer of the New York Dolls' self-titled album
Freddie Mercury (vocals, keyboard), Brian May (guitar, vocals), John Deacon (bass, vocals), and Roger Taylor (drum, vocals)
Killer Queen
Song by Queen that reached #2 in the UK and #12 in the U.S.
Crosby, Stills, & Nash
David Crosby, Stephen Stills, and Graham Nash
Peter Asher
Produced James Taylor's first album and was also the A & R head for the Beatles-owned label, Apple Records
Irish group in which Van Morrison had his first success
The dulcimer
Instrument featured in the song "All I want"
"Harvest" by Neil Young
Best selling album of 1972
Gerry Goffin
Carole King's husband's name
NY's The Brill Building
Where Carole King started
"Tapestry" by Carole King
1971 album that held the record for most weeks at #1 by a female artist for over 40 years
Bernie Taupin
Elton John's lyricist
"Mother and Child Reunion" (Paul Simon)
Song that was recorded in Jamaica
The Byrds
Gene Clark
"Last Chance Texaco" (Rickie Lee Jones)
Song that features the "Doppler Effect"
"25 or 6 to 4" (Chicago)
Chicago's first top 5 hit
"B*tches Brew"
Album by Miles Davis that made it to #35 on the Billboard pop charts
John McLaughlin
Musician featured in the song "Spanish Key" by Miles Davis
Mahavishnu Orchestra
John McLaughlin and Billy Cobham
"Chameleon" (Herbie Hancock)
Song by Herbie Hancock that features a synthesizer
Jeff Beck
Replaced Eric Clapton in The Yardbirds
George Martin (the Beatles' producer)
Producer for Jeff Beck's album, "Wired"
Brand X
Phil Collins (drums)
Return To Forever
Chick Corea (keyboard), Stanley Clarke (bass), Al di Meola (guitar), and Lenny White (drums)
Weather Report
Joe Zawinul (keyboards), Wayne Shorter (sax), and Jaco Pistorius (bass)
Buffalo Springfield
Band that Neil Young and Stephen Stills first played in together
Carole King
Artist who wrote hits for Shirelles, Chiffons, The Drifters, Animals, The Monkees, and Aretha Franklin
Marc Bolan
Lead singer for T. Rex
Peter Gabriel
Original lead singer for Genesis
Miles Davis
Artist who performed "Spanish Key"