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the musical influence and change of the 1950's to the 2000's
Transcript of the musical influence and change of the 1950's to the 2000's
the musical influence and change of the 1950's to the 2000's.
the 1960's is most revolutionary for the birth of rock music. Unlike the 50's this was a completely different genre that definitely defines the decade. In 1964 we started to see the new beginning of radio broadcasting, a new and groovy way of listening to music and soon begin to change the way and we look and listen to music. It started off as pirate radio but as of today it is listened world-wide to become a important part of our culture and society. Artists of the time include Cream, Jimmy Hendrix, The Kinks, Led Zeplin and of course the Beatles.
The 1970's saw the continuing development of rock and well as the introduction of punk rock, glam, disco, funk, including smooth jazz. The 70's was very similar to the 60's in terms of style, mostly big rock bands that define them both. In 1979, The Sony Walkman was invented. This was the first means of movable music that can be carried around in everyday life. This trend started the development which would later lead to the latest achievements in todays technology. The Artists of the time Free, Pink Floyd, Steve Harely, The Cockney Rebels, Status Gue, and Queen!
When the 1980's came around, there was still a small reminisce of the 70's still clinging to it but that didn't last very long. A new show aired on August 1st, 1981 and it was called MTV, Musical Television. this was a new begging to musical entertainment and the start of a new legacy of music to come around. The first song ever aired on the show was named "Video killed the radio star", performed by the Buggles. this was a young and rising new star to set the standard of a new style of techno music. More artists of the time that soon followed the Buggles were Prince, Madonna, Micheal Jackson, AC/DC, the Go-Go's, and Bon Jovi.
the 90's, the decade where white boys think they can rap. But actually the 90's started to include more teen rock enhancing more girl and boy bands like "Destiny Child" and "Backstreet Boys". Yet this remodeled genre of music was the new thing, the older musicians still had a bit left in them. Much to say like MC Hammer with his top hit, "Can't Touch This", that came out in 1990, January 18th. Set the gold standards for quality modern music while still looking good in parachute pants.
the 1990's and beyond
In 1998, MP3 files were just coming out. This was a massive step in musical technology, it allowed people to download music from all around the world right from your computer. More Artists of the time include Nirvanna, Eminem, Oasis, Beautiful, and lastly Madonna.
more of the 90's
most artists have a certain style to their music and to their life's, the 90's for boys had a the bleached top hair. the 80's for girls were yoga pants and big messy hair. you may get the point, yet we see it as a way of persuading someone to show a point of view and maybe change the way we look at things for the better or worse of things.
music has and still has the capability to change the view on the public or the artist, or maybe a well known person. it has been used to usually state an opinion or tell of ones feelings but truly to make a point of things. like Bob Dylans-Master of War he tells how war is harsh, cold, un-merciful, and so on. And now we use to it to show the emotions of a loved one by musical and physical standards.
all around influence then and now
in the 50's rock 'n' roll, R&B, blues, swing music, country, and rockabilly defined the generation. Pop music had replaced the wave of big band swing that happened during WWII. These genres and styles dominated the 50's. Artists and musicians include Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, Chuck Berry and many others. but many other of the classic artists still remained but and popular but the music changed and so did they.
Music, something that is made up of rhythm and beats with notes with feeling. without this we would be a very dull and boring race. We have changed it through many years to define who we are and how much we have changed through the years. i will be taking you to the 50's through the 90's to show the evolutionary change we have accomplished as individuals. I'll show you the music, the style, and the impact of who, what, and most likely why.