How the Beatles Destroyed Rock 'n' Roll: An Alternative
Music Director Giles Martin, son of the legendary Beatles producer, Sir George Martin, has heightened LOVE’s listening experience with a completely remixed soundtrack, noting “The show is the closest anyone can get to being in the studio with the band.”
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“It is acknowledged as the defining moment of the rock-driven counterculture of the late 1960’s, when half a million fans descended on a small farm in upstate New York for what was promised to be “3 days of peace & music.” (Evans 8) What started as a simple investment proposal to help four young men open a recording studio and retreat for New York musicians, ended with over a half of million people crammed into a 600-acre dairy farm, riddled with muddy, half (fully)...
Chapter 10. Countdowns and Classics. The 1980s were a decade ofretrenchment for much of rock 'n' roll, in which the great music of the 1960s, inparticular, experienced a resurgence, and the concept of "Classic Rock" wasinvented. This chapter takes the opportunity to reflect upon the unique phenomenon of"countdowns" in rock 'n' roll, in which musical quality is hierarchicallyranked, on a weekly basis. Following general musings on this topic, the author takes theplunge of listing his own version of the "All Time Top Ten," as judged by theindustry and the listening public (as opposed to the author's personal taste) over theyears.
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Chapter 5. "Oh yeah". This section concentrates solely onthe Beatles as a musical, cultural, and ideological phenomenon. It begins with a personalperspective by the author on his particular passion for the band, and the difficulty ofdoing their accomplishments justice. This is followed by generalized musings on some ofthe reasons for the Beatles' success, their influence, and the meaning of their work fortoday's world, both within and outside rock 'n' roll.
At this stage, the Beatles became largely a studio band, ..
. Beginning with asummary of the decline of rock 'n' roll by the early 1960s, this chapter then moves on tothe arrival of Bob Dylan in particular, and folk and protest rock generally. It speculateson the nature of inspiration and leadership, as embodied by Dylan, and on the individualcauses of widespread political awakening.
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Those bands have provided the foundation for rock and roll, but the newer bands have to carry over from the bands of the 1960’s, 70’s, and 80’s to the bands of the 1990’s and the 2000’s.
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. Chapter 2 introducesrock 'n' roll as a cultural revolution of tremendous immediacy and intensity in themid-1950s. The key theme it develops is the suddenness of the arrival of rock 'n' roll andits original stars (Chuck Berry, Elvis Presley, Little Richard, etc.), and how completelyit became a lifestyle for millions of teenagers. The format begins with a summary essay,then moves into a chronological song-by-song description of some 30 of the major hits from1955 to 1957, emphasizing the power of the music and the emerging dominance of the rock'n' roll culture.