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Colapsa el mercado

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on 21 April 2015

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Transcript of Colapsa el mercado

Depresión 1929
La gente deja de gastar
No hay interés por nuevas ideas
1929. Meade Lux Lewis. "Boogie Woogie"
1931. Gene Autry. "Honky-Tonk"
1932. Thomas Dorsey. "Gospel"
1933. Bill Monroe. "Bluegrass".
1933. Milton Brown y Bob Wills. "Western Swing".
Woody Guthrie, primer cantautor.
Recuperación del mercado
1935. Comienza la recuperación del mercado del disco.
"Hit Parade". Programa de radio.
Roy Acuff
1939. Grand Ole Pry. Transmitido a nivel nacional en los EE.UU.
1940. Sonido Stereo. Fantasía. Disney
Panorama. Primer máquina de música visual.
Música Negra
1936. Robert Johnson. Primer disco
1939 Leo Mintz. "Record Rendezvous"tienda de música negra, para clientes blancos
1946. Louis Jordan. "Jump Blues" (Rythm & Blues).
1950. T-Bone Walker. Jazz + Blues
Johnny Otis. Reduce la banda de Swing y crea la agrupación R&B
Harlem Nocturne.
1940. Pete Seeger
Canciones de protesta
Segunda Guerra Mundial
1942. Bing Crosby. White christmas.
Primeros Disk Jockeys en el ejército.
Sonny Boy Williamson. Primer cantante famoso usado para publicidad.
1942, Capitol Records. Hollywood. 1953, Mercury Records. Chicago.
Mayor auge de los cuartetos de peluquería
1945. Les Paul. Efectos en la guitarra
1947. Billboard Jerry Wexler. "R&B".
1946. Aristocrat. Los Ángeles.
Roy Brown. Good Rockin' Tonight in Texas
Nuevos instrumentos
1931. George Beauchamp
Rickenbacker
1933. Laurens Hammond
Hammond
1931. Comics
Colapsa el mercado
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