Send the link below via email or IMCopy
Present to your audienceStart remote presentation
- Invited audience members will follow you as you navigate and present
- People invited to a presentation do not need a Prezi account
- This link expires 10 minutes after you close the presentation
- A maximum of 30 users can follow your presentation
- Learn more about this feature in our knowledge base article
Do you really want to delete this prezi?
Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again.
Make your likes visible on Facebook?
Connect your Facebook account to Prezi and let your likes appear on your timeline.
You can change this under Settings & Account at any time.
Transcript of Rock
Main Singers and Songs of Rock
Secrets and Legends of Rock
Hard, Progressivo, Punk and Metal
Rise of the music video
Pós-Punk, Hardcore, New-Wave, Glam Metal and Dance Punk
Aligned with practitioners of skateboarding and surfing, Hardcore was characterized by accelerated heavy beats, melodies and sentimental lyrics, some examples are Black Flag, Suicidal Tendencies and Dead Kennedys.
Alternativo, Grunge, Industrial and Indie
Alternative Metal is defined by numerous characteristics of heavy metal and a big influence from other musical genres, like punk, folk, reggae, rap, funk (American), etc. Allowing a greater prominence by bands such as Red Hot Chili Peppers, Faith no More, Evanescence, System of a Down, etc.
Indie Rock, Garage Rock Revival, Stoner Rock and Love Metal
At the beginning of the years 2000, the Rock had lost his strength, his spirit. With the pop up, a new strand which regarded the diversity of music, from various influences and\/or the original foundations.
Rock and Roll
The first use of the phrase "Rock And Roll" is credited to Alan Freed, a discotecario who began to play a mix of Rhythm and Blues, Country and Blues for a parterre multiracial.
Pop and psychedelic
The first recording Rock & Roll is "Rocket 88" by Jackie Brenston and the Delta Cats
Bill Haley launches Shake Rattle & Roll, album that contains Rock Around The Clock, known as one of the first songs of Rock n' Roll.
The Rock has exercised great influence in the civil rights Movements in the United States, since both whites and blacks appreciated new music.
Elvis Presley released their debut eponymous album, with the hits Blue Sued Shoes, Blue Moon and Tutti Frutti.
The first British Rock 'n' Roll success was "Move It" by Cliff Richard
In 1962, the Beatles burst on the charts in Europe and the United States with the song "Love me Do".
Pete Townshend, The Who guitarist, breaks his guitar up on stage, that gesture was repeated thoroughly, as well as set fire on guitar, as did Jimmy Hendrix.
The 60 was known as Anos Rebeldes, thanks to the great peace movements and demonstrations against the war in Viet Nam.
It's the biggest Rock festival the world has ever seen. More than half a million people attended the Woodstock to watch the 32 of the best-known musicians of the era, such as Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, The Who, Creedence Clearwater Revival, etc.
Paranoid, Black Sabbath's first album, is considered the first great record of Metal.
Improvisations, synthesizers, psychedelia, concept albums and concerts featuring Progressive Rock faithfully megalomaniacs, giving justice to names like Pink Floyd, Genesis, Yes, King Crimson, Rush, The Doors, etc.
In March 24, 1973, Pink Floyd album The Dark Side of The Moon, which reached the top of the Billboard 200, sold more than 50 million copies and is among the best selling albums in the world.
Addressing social or political issues, the Punk showed with his three or four chords and little technique that anyone could make music, is to lead war cries of a generation disillusioned with the world or to meet the Queen of England.
The Punk music was born with the Raw Power, the band Iggy Pop and The Stooges & was taken to the United States by the Ramones.
Ramones released their debut eponymous album, which contained one of his biggest hits, Blitzkrieg Bop
The heavy riffs of Black Sabbath and Led Zeppelin influenced countless bands, such as Iron Maiden and Judas Priest.
The post-punk is regarded as the mixture of artistic sensibility and progressive Rock musical, and the lack of technique and professionalism of Punks. The result of electronic sounds, visceral lyrics and attitude and frustration of Punk. The movement began with premieres of bands such as The Smiths, Joy Division, The Cure and U2, who later adopted a more popular style.
The New-Wave was one of the consequences of the decline of punk. Marked by breaking heavy-themed, New Wave proposed a more musical perspective "and colorful life", influenced by names like David Bowie. Bands such as The Police and Duran Duran explored and gave impetus to the success of the New Wave movement.
Metal and hard rock mix to a visual of long hair and curly, leather clothes and lots of makeup, giving rise to great names in music such as Guns n ' Roses, Metallica, Scorpions, Twisted Sisters, Megadeth, Van Halen, Iron Maiden, Bon Jovi, Quiet Riot, Mötley Crüe, Aerosmith, Queen, Alice Cooper, Kiss, Bruce Springsteen, Def Leppard, Skid Row, and many others who also gave reason to the adage "Sex, drugs and Rock 'n' Roll."
In July 13, 1985 Live Aid happened, a rock concert with concerts held simultaneously in England and United States (some artists also performed in Sydney, Moscow and Japan) with the aim of raising funds for the starving of Ethiopia. Nearly seven hours after the start of the concert in London, the amount received was 1, 2milhão pounds. The Director of the event declared a BBC presenter "People are dying RIGHT NOW. Give us the money NOW. Give Me the money now ". The BBC presenter David Hepworth, tried to so disclose an address where donations could be sent. Geldof interrupted him, shouting "fuck the address, give only the phone, here's the number . . . ". After his appearance, the donations increased to 300 pounds per second. The Republic of Ireland was the largest Per Capita donor, despite going through a serious economic crisis at the time. The largest single donation was made by the Royal family of Dubai, who donated 1 million pounds. It is estimated that the amount has reached 150 million pounds.
Rock is a musical genre that arose in the Southern United State gathering influences from Blues, Country, Folk, Jazz and Classical Music
It's the first Rock In Rio
With lyrics characterized by large doses of sarcasm and anguish, entering often in themes such as social alienation and desire for freedom, Grunge has a great influence on modern Rock.
Mark Arm, the vocalist for the band Green River, and later of Mudhoney, is generally credited with being the first to use the term Grunge, a dialect in English that I mean dirty.
Grunge became very grateful thanks to big names in music, such as Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, Alice In Chains, Nirvana, The Smashing Pumpkins
Nevermind, the most emblematic Nirvana album sold around 30 thousand copies.
In August 27, 1991, the band Pearl Jam released their most successful album, which reached the second place on the Billboard 200 and sold approximately 13,500,000 copies
The Industrial Rock meets Electronica and heavy distortion. Fit in this style bands such as Marilyn Manson, Rammstein, White Zombie, etc.
The term Indie comes from the word "independent." It is used to describe dissociated songs from major record labels, bands like Radiohead, Sonic Youth, The White Stripes, Coldplay, Artic Monkeys, etc..
Indie Rock has lost all idea of 90 years. Bands such as Franz Ferdinand, Bloc Party, Kaiser Chiefs and Arctic Monkeys became known as alternative rock bands approaching the pop and post-punk revival of the 80 years, leading to many other styles have not labelled and almost impossible to distinguish.
The Garage Rock Revival is the resurgence of Garage Rock of years 60 and 80, which is characterized by a few chords, distorted guitars, a raw rock however modern and more elaborate. Some bands of Garage Rock Revival: The Strokes, Eagles of Death Metal and The Horrors.
Dance Music is a mixture of Rock and electronic music. She came up with the band The Order, which influenced numerous other bands such as Depeche Mode, The Cure, INXS and resurfaced later in bands such as LCD Soundsystem, Gorillaz and Scissor Sisters, who had a great influence to The Killers.
Stoner Rock is marked by serious and slow guitar riffs, melodic vocals, great psychedelic influences and a retro style.
Some Stoner Rock bands: Queens of the Stone Age (which appeared in 1997), Kyuss, Ghost (formed in 2008).
Love Metal is a musical genre created by HIM, which was his "romantic metal", often inspired by books of 19th century Romanticism, as well as Negative and Lovex.
Thriller was a song released in 1984 by Michael Jackson. The single reached the fourth place in the United States and the tenth place in the United Kingdom. It is the most watched clip in the world, with more than 7 million views.
"Jeremy" is a song by American rock band Pearl Jam, was written by Eddie Vedder, the lead singer of the band (see picture alongside), which was based on two true stories.
Jeremy Wade Delle was a 15-year-old boy who committed suicide with a firearm in front of his English class.
Vedder later said came from a small paragraph in a paper, meaning that you kill yourself and make a sacrifice as a way of revenge. It's just what you'll get, a paragraph in the paper. Seventeen degrees and cloudy in a suburban neighborhood. This is the beginning of the clip, which is equal to the end of the clip, nothing happens . . . nothing changes. The world goes on and you're gone. The best revenge is to live and prove that you can. Be stronger than those people. And then you can come back.
The other story in which the music was based involves a student that Vedder knew at the gym and shot in oceanography room.
The music conquinstou the fifth position on the Billboard rock chart, received the RIAA gold disc, sold more than 500,000 copies, won four MTV Music Awards, etc.
"Bohemian Rhapsody" is a song written by Freddie Mercury, Queen band, and included on the album "A Night at the Opera". The song became a commercial success, it topped the UK Singles Chart for nine weeks and sold over one million copies in just 3 months. Is considered the initial landmark of MTV, which popularized the use of video clips. In addition, Bohemian Rhapsody was named by the Guinness Book of Records as the best British single of all time. The song was included in the Grammy Hall of Fame, received a gold disc and took first place in the Canadian charts. After the death of Freddie Mercury, the song again became the Christmas number one, the first to achieve this feat and stay in first place for another 5 weeks.
"Stairway to Heaven" is a song by English rock band Led Zeppelin. Is considered as one of the greatest songs of all time. Was ranked in third place on the list of "100 greatest Rock songs" made by VH1 in 2002. Is the most requested song on FM radio stations in the United States. In November 2007 the song reached # 37 on the UK Singles charts and was voted best guitar solo of all time by Guitar World, in addition to being listed in 31st position of the 500 best songs in the history of Rolling Stone magazine.
"Sweet Child o' Mine" is a song by American rock band Guns n ' Roses released their debut album, Appetite For Destruction. The song reached the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100 for two weeks. Was in 37th position of the best guitar solos of the 100 best guitar solos by Guitar World magazine, the music is 196th position among the 500 best songs of all-time by Billboard magazine, has the most famous riff in rock history, is the best song made in 1987, 7th position among the "100 best songs of the ' 80, etc.
"Another Brick In The Wall" is a track on the album The Wall in 1979. The music is divided into 3 parts, being the second one of the biggest hits of the band.
She reached the top of the American charts, English and various other countries, coming to be the second song most played song on radio in the years 80, selling more than 3,711,000.
Known for its famous phrase "We don't Need No Education . . . ", the song features a strong critique of rigid educational system, mainly of boarding schools
According to the conspiracies, Paul McCartney, the Beatles ' bass player, was replaced by a look-alike after he died in 1966. Paul McCartney died in a moped accident in which he would have fallen on the sidewalk and cracked the tooth, nothing serious, however, that tooth went through the upper lip and the cut. Billy Shear, was the big winner of the national contest of Doppelgangers to choose the replacement. As there was a strange substitution, the components and the band's producers started to divulge clues to who had been discovered the hoax.
Lennon, Harrison and Starr are crossing at the famed pedestrian strip opposite the Abbey Road Studio in the same position and footwear, while McCartney's barefoot and with the legs backwards at the bottom of the scene there is a VW Beetle, known as beetle in England, with 28 card IF, which was interpreted as "Mccartney would have 28 years (IF in English) were alive Paul is holding a cigarette in his right handbut the real was left-handed.
In the mafia, Paul barefoot represent a dead man.
To the right can be seen a hearse.
Each Beatle would represent a character. John Lennon, all in white, the doctor; Ringo, all in black, the priest; Paul, the dead; George, entirely of jeans, a worker or caretaker.
In 1964, of the band Pink Floyd fans were stuck to realize such synchrony between two masterpieces of the period. The album The Dark Side Of The Moon and the film the wizard of Oz, presented a perfect timing.
Balanced on The Biggest Wave of the song Breath is sung as Dorothy balances atop a wall.
Who Knows Which is Which of the song Us and Them is sung while the good witch and bad face.
The lunatic is On The Grass of the song Brain Damage is sung while the scarecrow, whose body is filled with dry grass, acting frantically like a madman.
Elvis is not dead. On August 16, Elvis Presley was found dead in his home by his girlfriend. The cause, a massive collapse associated with cardiac dysfunction. Yet on the day of the singer's death, a man named John Burrows, who according to witnesses was incredibly similar to Elvis, was seen buying tickets to Buenos Aires. The curious thing is that John Burrows was an alias that Elvis wore many times when I was touring.
In addition, many other facts which increases our question:
according to the death certificate, Elvis would be weighing about 75 pounds, but the last time that the singer was seen was with 110 pounds
The original death certificate simply disappeared
The coffin of Elvis weighed approximately 408 pounds and had internal system of air conditioning, it would take more than a month to be built with the technology of the time
The Publius Enigma is a puzzle that would have been mounted by Pink Floyd (although members deny any relationship with the fact) there is a prize to the winner. The enigma has fascinated, and remains alluring, countless people around the world. At first the riddle did not generate great impact, but over time there were facts that proved that there was something much bigger behind it, something much bigger than everyone thought. It all started with an anonymous message posts in the discussion group of fans of Pink Floyd.
"My friends, you heard the message of Pink Floyd, but you understood? I can be your guide, but I'm not going to solve the puzzle for you. All of you should open their minds and communicate with each other, since this is the last way to reveal the answers. I can help them but only if obstacles arise. Listen. Read. Think. Communicate if I don't promise you the answers you will. "
Gene Simmons, bassist of rock band Kiss, made famous for wearing costumes and makeup on his face, was accused by his fans have been through surgery to sew the tongue of a cow to his own and thus be able to mount your character.
Another version claims that he actually decided, instead of sewing a cow to its language, radicalize and cut the bottom of your tongue to make it even bigger and thus assemble your character.
Rock in Rio was first held in the city of Rio de Janeiro on a plot of 250 thousand square meters, in Jacarepaguá, which became known as Cidade do Rock.
Count on the greatest stage in the world, with 5 thousand square meters of area, not counting the 2 shopping malls, two lots of fast foods, two medical centers, etc. Rock City could meet more or less 1. 5 million people, the equivalent of 5 Woodstocks.
The Festival was a great opportunity people have relied on the big international music stars, since I used to come to South America.