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BUBBLEGUM POP AND BEBOP

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Riley Smith

on 15 October 2014

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Transcript of BUBBLEGUM POP AND BEBOP

Bebop
Anthropology by Charlie Parker
This song is like most bebop songs (so it is a good example of the genre) and is my favorite bebop song. It also sold very well and was made in 1945 which was when bebop was popular.
BUBBLEGUM POP
Bubblegum pop was most popular in 1967 to 1972. Typical instruments included in this genre are vocals, synthesizer, bass, drum machine, drums, sampler, keyboards, and guitars. Bubblegum pop has a continues beat throughout the song, especially in the background. Some of the most famous and important songs and artists were "Sugar, Sugar" by the Archies, and this was important because it was one of the most sold Bubblegum Pop songs in history, "Green Tambourine" by the Lemon Pipers, because it was one of the first big bubblegum pop songs. Also, Yummy Yummy Yummy by The Ohio Express, because it was also one of the first big bubblegum pop hits. This genre was influenced from the genres Psychedelic Pop, Pop, Pop Rock, Garage Rock, Novelty Songs, Nursery Rhymes and Children's Comedy.

Bebop is a genre that was inspired by jazz but is quite a bit different. It was never a very popular genre and that's why you probably don't know about it. It was most popular in the United States during the 1940s and '50s (1943-1959. Most bebop songs use pianos, trumpets, alto sax, acoustic bass and drums for instruments (The average bebop band had one person for each of those instruments. Bebop originated in the 1940's and wasn't like the most popular genre at the time, (swing) unlike swing you couldn't dance to it. The most famous/popular songs and artists from this genre are Anthropology, Charlie Parker, Coleman Hawkins, Salt Peanuts, and Body and Soul. Bebop songs kind of sound like coffee shop music and a lot of bebop songs are used in coffee shops but bebop music is also like jazz a little bit. Most bebop songs don't have singing (but some do). Most bebop tempos are fast and are kind of random and unpredictable. Today there are no new bebop songs (the newest bebop song was in 2009).s
"Yummy Yummy Yummy"
Yummy Yummy Yummy is a very popular
Bubblegum Pop song by The Ohio Express.
It is important in Bubblegum Pop history because it is one of the very first Bubblegum Pop records sold.
BY JAMES, RILEY, AND EASTON
BUBBLEGUM POP AND BEBOP
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