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PART 207



THE BEATLES - I Wanna Be Your Man (1963)
THE BEATLES - Kansas City - Hey! Hey! Hey (1964)
THE ROLLING STONES - I Wanna Be Your Man (1963)
THE ROLLING STONES - Time is on my side (1964)
THE ROLLING STONES - You better move on (1964)
THE ROLLING STONES - The last time (1965)
THE ROLLING STONES - Mercy Mercy (1965)
THE ROLLING STONES - Good Times (1965)
THE ROLLING STONES - Down the Road Apiece (1965)



"I Wanna Be Your Man" is a Lennon/McCartney-penned song that was recorded separately by The Beatles and The Rolling Stones. The Rolling Stones' version was released a few weeks earlier.The Rolling Stones' version, released as a single on 1 November 1963, was an early hit for them. It is one of the few Rolling Stones songs featuring backing vocals by Jones. In the USA the song was released on 6 March 1964 as the B-side to "Not Fade Away".The Beatles' version was sung by Ringo Starr and appeared on the group's second UK album, "With The Beatles", released 22 November 1963.
"Kansas City" is the title of a rhythm and blues song written by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller in 1952. The best known version of "Kansas City" was recorded in 1959 by Wilbert Harrison.Since Harrison's record, the song has been covered by hundreds of performers, including Jimmy Witherspoon, Little Richard, The Beatles, Herman's Hermits, Albert King, Joe Williams, Little Milton, Peggy Lee, Bill Haley & His Comets, Gene Summers & Sonny Fisher (duet) and Fats Domino. Little Richard's and The Beatles' versions were combined into a medley with Little Richard's song, "Hey, Hey, Hey, Hey." This version differs considerably from the original, adding lyrics such as "Ah, Kansas City; coming to get my baby back home; yeah, yeah..." and removing most of the original lyrics (such as: "I'm goin' to Kansas City, Kansas City here I come...").
"Time Is on My Side" is a song written by Jerry Ragovoy. First recorded by jazz trombonist Kai Winding and his Orchestra in 1963, it was covered with additional lyrics by Jimmy Norman by both soul singer Irma Thomas and The Rolling Stones in 1964. The Rolling Stones recorded two versions of "Time Is on My Side" in 1964. The U.S. version was released on September 26, 1964 as a single and peaked at number six on the U.S. Billboard Pop Singles Chart to become the Stones' first top ten hit in the U.S. (their previous single, "It's All Over Now", had only peaked at number 26). When they performed "Time Is on My Side" during their first guest spot on The Ed Sullivan Show, Sullivan was shocked by their appearance and declared that they would never be invited onto the show again, but he subsequently invited them back several times.
"You Better Move On" is a song by Arthur Alexander from 1961 and later covered by The Rolling Stones in 1964. Both versions became hits. The Rolling Stones version was first released on 17 January 1964, on the EP, The Rolling Stones (EP). It was also on the US album, "December's Children (And Everybody's)" , released in 1965.
"The Last Time" was the first Rolling Stones single written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards to reach # 1 in the UK, where it stayed for four straight weeks. "The Last Time" was recorded at RCA Studios in Hollywood, California in early 1965. Although the song is credited to Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, Richards has mentioned that it was based on a traditional gospel song called "This May Be The Last Time", recorded by The Staple Singers in 1955
"Mercy Mercy" is a blues song written by Don Covay and Ronald Dean Miller. In late 1964, the song became a hit for Don Covay and the Goodtimers reaching number one on the Cash Box R&B chart and number thirty-five on the Billboard Hot 100. The Rolling Stones recorded a cover version of the song on their album "Out of Our Heads" (1965)
"Good Times" is a song written and recorded by Sam Cooke, released as single in 1964.
The Sam Cooke version of the song hit number one on the Cash Box R&B chart and number eleven on the Billboard Hot 100. The Rolling Stones recorded a cover version of the song on their album "Out of Our Heads" (1965) .Covers exist by the Grateful Dead, Aretha Franklin, Ted Hawkins, Otis Rush, Dan Seals, Phoebe Snow, Ike and Tina Turner, Womack & Womack, Journey, and Colin Meloy.
"Down the Road Apiece" is a song written in 1940 by Don Raye as a boogie woogie for the Will Bradley/Ray McKinley big band and gained a top 10 hit in the closing months of the year.Chuck Berry, who recorded the song in 1960, changed the lyrics and re-wrote much of the song, which version was copied by many later musicians, such as the Rolling Stones and Foghat.








TOTAL LIST (07.11.2009 )



HISTORY OF POP AND ROCK MUSIC
The Roots of Rock 'n' Roll:



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01. AFRICAN TRADITIONAL MUSIC ( deep roots )

African music has been a major factor in the shaping of what we know today as blues and jazz. These styles have all borrowed from African rhythms and sounds, brought over the Atlantic ocean by slaves.


THE ABYSSINIANS - SATTA MASSA GANA
ANGELIQUE KIDJO - ZELIE (influenced by the trad. songs of Togo,W.Africa)





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02. BLUES

Important source of modern rock'n'roll, absolutely essential to the sound we think of as 60's rock, was, first, the Blues. Blues has evolved from an unaccompanied vocal music and oral traditions of African-American slaves (imported from West Africa; principally present day Mali, Senegal, the Gambia and Ghana).
Blues began as the music of black sharecroppers in the poor cotton-farming region of the Mississippi Delta, and traveled north to Chicago with the sharecroppers as thousands of them moved north in search of a better life. It was in Chicago that the blues went from acoustic solo guitar music to electric guitar-electric bass-drums combos.


02.01 Delta Blues artists - Prewar blues :

The Delta blues is one of the earliest styles of blues music. Guitar and harmonica are the dominant instruments used. "Delta blues" is a style as much as a geographical appellation: Skip James and Elmore James, who were not born in the Delta, were considered Delta blues musicians. Performers traveled throughout the Mississippi Delta, Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas, and Tennessee. Eventually, Delta blues spread out across the country, giving rise to a host of regional variations, including "Chicago blues" and "Detroit blues". Muddy Waters, Little Milton, B.B. King, and Howlin' Wolf were just a few of these important Chicago blues artists.
List of artists : Ishman Bracey ,Willie Brown, Robert Johnson, Tommy Johnson, Blind Willie Johnson ,Paul Jones, R.L. Burnside, Sam Chatmon ,Bob Cobb, James Cotton ,Mike Cross ,Arthur Crudup ,CeDell Davis, David Honeyboy Edwards ,Earl Hooker ,John Lee Hooker ,Son House , Mississippi John Hurt ,Skip James,Jimmie Rodgers , Mississippi Fred McDowell,Charley Patton,Pinetop Perkins,Snooky Pryor,Johnny Shines,Sunnyland Slim,Henry Sloan, Willie "Big Eyes" Smith, Howlin' Wolf ........



CHARLIE PATTON - MOON GOING DOWN (1926)
BLIND WILLIE JOHNSON - TROUBLE WILL SOON BE OVER (1927)
LEAD BELLY - LORD LORD LORD (1929)
SKIP JAMES - HARD TIME KILLING FLOOR BLUES (1931)
JAMES Iron Head BAKER - BLACK BETTY (1933)
ROBERT JOHNSON - SWEET HOME CHICAGO (1936)
ROBERT JOHNSON - LOVE IN VAIN (1937)
ROBERT JOHNSON - CROSSROAD BLUES (1937)
LEADBELLY - BLACK BETTY (1939)
LEAD BELLY - PICK A BALE OF COTTON
LEAD BELLY - TAKE THIS HAMMER
EDDIE JAMES SON HOUSE - LEVEE CAMP BLUES
FRED McDOWELL - SHAKE 'EM ON DOWN
BIG JOE WILLIAMS - LOW DOWN DIRTY SHAME
JOHN LEE HOOKER - TUPELO, MISSISSIPPI
JOHN LEE HOOKER - I'LL NEVER GET OUT OF THESE BLUES ALIVE



02.02 Early post-war blues :

After World War II and in the 1950s, new styles of electric blues music became popular in cities such as Chicago, Detroit and St. Louis. Electric blues used amplified electric guitars, electric bass, drums, and harmonica played through a microphone. Chicago became a center for electric blues in the early 1950s. Chicago blues is influenced to a large extent by the Mississippi blues style, because many performers had migrated from the Mississippi region. Howlin' Wolf, Muddy Waters, Willie Dixon, and Jimmy Reed were all born in Mississippi and moved to Chicago during the Great Migration.


BIG BILL BROONZY - HEY HEY (1952)
BIG BILL BROONZY - HOW YOU WANT IT DONE (1952)
BIG BILL BROONZY - WORRIED MAN BLUES (1952)
THE HOWLIN' WOLF - SMOKESTACK LIGHTNIN' (1956)
SKIP JAMES - ALL NIGHT LONG
DR. ISAIAH ROSS - FEEL SO GOOD
MUDDY WATERS - YOU CAN'T LOSE WHAT YOU AIN'T NEVER HAD
BIG JOE WILLIAMS - BABY PLEASE DON'T GO (1963)
MUDDY WATERS - GOT MY MOJO WORKING (1963)
MISSISSIPPI JOHN HURT - CANDY MAN (1964)
WILLIE DIXON - WEAK BRAIN AND NARROW MIND (1964)
THE HOWLIN' WOLF - SHAKE IT FOR ME (1964)
JOHN LEE HOOKER - I'M LEAVING (1964)
J.B.LENOIR - I FEEL SO GOOD (1964)
J.B.LENOIR - SLOW DOWN (1964)
MISSISSIPPI JOHN HURT - LONESOME VALLEY (1965)
MISSISSIPPI JOHN HURT – SPIKE DRIVER BLUES (1966)
THE HOWLIN' WOLF - DUST MY BROOM (1966)
THE HOWLIN' WOLF - HOW MANY MORE YEARS (1966)
REVEREND GARY DAVIS - DEATH DON’T HAVE NO MERCY
REVEREND GARY DAVIS – CHILDERN OF ZION
BUDDY GUY - HOOCHIE COOCHIE MAN (1969)
MUDDY WATERS - HOOCHIE COOCHIE MAN (1972)



02.03 The classic female blues

The classic female blues spanned from 1920 to 1929 with its peak from 1923 to 1925 ; most popular of these singers were Ma Rainey, Bessie Smith, Mamie Smith, Ethel Waters, Ida Cox, Victoria Spivey, Sippie Wallace, Alberta Hunter, Clara Smith, Edith Wilson, Trixie Smith, Lucille Hegamin and Bertha “Chippie” Hill. Hundreds of others recorded including Lizzie Miles, Sara Martin, Rosa Henderson, Martha Copeland, Bessie Jackson (Lucille Bogan), Edith Johnson, Katherine Baker, Margaret Johnson, Hattie Burleson, Madlyn Davis, Ivy Smith, Alberta Brown, Gladys Bentley, Billie and Ida Goodson, Fannie May Goosby, Bernice Edwards and Florence Mills.


NATALIE COLE- St.LOUIS BLUES - originally performed by W.C Handy (1914)
MARION HARRIS - St.LOUIS BLUES (1920)
BESSIE SMITH - St. LOUIS BLUES (1925)
MAMIE SMITH - JAIL HOUSE BLUES (1929)
ETHEL WATERS - DARKIES NEVER DREAM (1934)
MAMIE SMITH - HARLEM BLUES (1939)
MAMIE SMITH - LORD! LORD! LORD! (1939)
MAMIE SMITH - I'LL DO EVERYTHING FOR LOVE (1940)
ETHEL WATERS - TAKING A CHANCE ON LOVE (1942)
ETHEL WATERS - A THING CALLED JOE (1942)
ETHEL WATERS & COUNT BASIE - QUICKSAND (1943)
SISTER ROSETTA THARPE - UP ABOVE MY HEAD
BIG MAMA THORNTON - HOUND DOG (1952)


02.04 British blues

The style of British blues developed in the UK, when bands such as Fleetwood Mac, John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers, The Rolling Stones, The Yardbirds, and Cream performed classic blues songs from the Delta or Chicago blues traditions.


THE ROLLING STONES - LITTLE RED ROOSTER (1964)
THE YARDBIRDS (with Eric Clapton) - I WISH YOU WOULD (1964)
FLEETWOOD MAC - MY HEART BEAT LIKE A HAMMER (1968)



02.05 Blues 1980s to the present :


THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND - HOOCHIE COOCHIE MAN (1991)
ERIC CLAPTON - HEY HEY (Big Bill Broonzy ) (1992)
ERIC CLAPTON - MOTHERLESS CHILD (1994)
LUCINDA WILLIAMS - HARD TIME KILLING FLOOR BLUES (Skip James) (2003)
BONNIE RAITT - DEVIL GOT MY WOMAN (Skip James) (2003)
CASSANDRA WILSON - VIETNAM BLUES (J.B.Lenoir) (2003)
ODETTA - JIM CROW BLUES - (originally performed by Lead Belly)
JAMES BLOOD ULMER & ALISON KRAUSS - SITTIN' ON TOP OF THE WORLD
GARLAND JEFFREYS - WASHINGTON DC HOSPITAL CENTER BLUES (2003)
ALVIN YOUNGBLOOD HART - ILLINOIS BLUES (Skip James )
DAVID HONEYBOY EDWARDS - GAMBLIN' MAN
EAGLE EYE CHERRY & JB ULMER vs. J.B. LENOIR - DOWN IN MISSISSIPPI (2003)
ERIC CLAPTON - RAMBLIN' ON MY MIND (Robert Johnson)
ERIC CLAPTON - LOVE IN VAIN (Robert Johnson)
ERIC CLAPTON - MILK COW'S CALF BLUES (2004)
B.B. KING – THE THRILL IS GONE
ERIC CLAPTON - IF I HAD POSSESSION OVER JUDGEMENT DAY (R.Johnson)
RUTHIE FOSTER - UP ABOVE MY HEAD (Sister Rosetta Tharpe) (2007)



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03 . JAZZ & SWING BANDS

A jazz band (or jazz ensemble) is a musical ensemble that plays jazz music usually without a conductor. Jazz bands usually consist of a rhythm section and a horn section. The rhythm section of a jazz band consists of the percussion, double bass or bass guitar, and usually at least one instrument capable of playing chords, such as a piano, guitar,The horn section consists of wind and brass instruments, which play the melody and main accompaniment. Typical horns found in a big jazz band include 4 to 5 trumpets, saxophones (2-3 altos, 2 tenors, and a baritone), 3-4 trombones, and a bass trombone.
Swing music, also known as swing jazz or simply swing, is a form of jazz music that developed in the early 1930s and had solidified as a distinctive style by 1935 in the United States. Swing uses a strong anchoring rhythm section which supports a lead section that can include brass instruments, including trumpets and trombones, woodwinds including saxophones and clarinets or stringed instruments including violin and guitar; medium to fast tempos; and a "lilting" swing time rhythm. Swing bands usually featured soloists who would improvise a new melody over the arrangement.
Glenn Miller, Benny Goodman, Count Basie, Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey, and Duke Ellington's bands are some of the most famous. Except for Duke Ellington, all those bands were primarily dance bands, with big swinging backbeats.


03.01 Pre-war jazz

LOUIS ARMSTRONG & HIS HOT FIVE - WEST END BLUES (1928)
DUKE ELLINGTON - BLACK & TAN FANTASY (1929)
DUKE ELLINGTON ORCHESTRA (1930)
MILLS BROTHER - TIGER RAG (1932)
MILLS BROTHER - SWING IT, SISTER (1934)


03.02 Post-war jazz

LOUIS ARMSTRONG - WHEN THE SAINTS GO MARCHING IN (1956)
ANITA O'DAY - SWEET GEORGIA BROWN (1958)
ANITA O'DAY - TEA FOR TWO (1958)
NINA SIMONE - ERETS ZAVAT CHALAV (1962)
NINA SIMONE - ZUNGO (1962)
NINA SIMONE - BACKLASH BLUES (1976)
NINA SIMONE - I WISH I KNEW HOW IT WOULD FEEL TO BE FREE (1976)
NINA SIMONE - WHAT YOU GONNA DO (1982)





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04. EARLY RECORDED POPULAR MUSIC

04.01 The Roaring Twenties - "The Jazz Age".

Roaring Twenties is a phrase used to describe the 1920s, principally in North America, that emphasizes the period's social, artistic, and cultural dynamism.It was the age of prohibition, it was the age of prosperity, and it was the age of downfall.It was the decade of bath tub gin, the model T, the $5 work day, the first transatlantic flight, and the movie. At the same time, amusement, fun and lightness were cultivated in jazz and dancing, in defiance of the horrors of World War I, which remained present in people's minds. In music, the three sounds were jazz, jazz, and jazz. The period is also often called "The Jazz Age".


MARION HARRIS - AFTER YOU'VE GONE (1918)
MILTON AGER & JACK YALLEN - AIN'T SHE SWEET (1927)
EDYTHE FLYNN - IS SHE MY MY GIRL FRIEND (How de-ow-dow) (1927)
MARION HARRIS - AFRAID OF YOU (1929)
ANNETTE HANSHAW - FORGET ME NOT (1929)
ANNETTE HANSHAW - DADDY WON'T YOU PLEASE COME HOME (1929)
MARION HARRIS - I'M FUNNY THAT WAY (1930)
RUTH ETTING & JAY VELIE - ONE GOOD TURN (1930)
RUTH ETTING - IF I COULD BE WITH YOU (1930)
RUTH ETTING - I'M FUNNY THAT WAY (1931)
ANNETTE HANSHAW - WE JUST COULDN'T SAY GOODBYE (1933)



04.02 Music of the 1930's and 40's

In the 1930’s and 40’s music and dancing was very popular. Music kept people’s spirits high and kept them smiling.First came Vaudeville and Burlesque, then the Broadway Musical. Music played a major part on the stage during this time.A favorite musical, Showboat , included Ol' Man River sung by Paul Robeson. An early Gershwin musical, Porgy and Bess, was first performed in 1935 in the Alvin Theater in New York. Rudy Vallee was a singing star in early talkies, watch I'm just a vagabond lover. Big bands were HUGE ly popular from 1935 - 1947.Many singers (Doris Day, Peggy Lee, Rosemary Cloony) got their start singing with the big bands.


NICK LUCAS - TIP TOE THROUGH THE TULIPS (1929) - Gold Diggers of Broadway
THE BOSWELL SISTERS - HEEBIE JEEBIES (1932)
THE BOSWELL SISTERS - CRAZY PEOPLE (1932)
JOSEPHINE BAKER - HAITI (1934)
JEAN GABIN & JOSEPHINE BAKER - VIENS PHIPHINE - Zouzou (1934)
JOSEPHINE BAKER - SOUS LE CIEL d'AFRIQUE (1935)
MAE WEST - I'M AN OCCIDENTAL WOMAN IN AN ORIENTAL MOOD (1936)
MAE WEST - MISTER DEEP BLUE SEA (1936)
SHIRLEY LLOYD & LOUIS PRIMA - I CAN'T GIVE YOU ANYTHING BUT LOVE (1938)
DJANGO REINHARDT - GYPSY JAZZ (EARLY LIFE) (1935)
DJANGO REINHARDT - LIFE STORY
DJANGO REINHARDT & STEPHANE GRAPPELLI - MINOR SWING (1939)
DJANGO REINHARDT - SWING (1939)
JUDY GARLAND - OVER THE RAINBOW (1939)
MAE WEST - WILLIE OF THE VALLEY (1940)
LENA HORNE - UNLUCKY WOMAN (Born on a Friday) ( 1941)
PEGGY LEE & BENNY GOODMAN - WHY DON'T YOU DO RIGHT (1942)
MILLS BROTHERS - CIELITO LINDO (1943)
LENA HORNE - STORMY WEATHER (1943)
JEANNE CRAIN - IT MIGHT AS WELL BE SPRING (1945)
LARRY PARKS (voc.AL JOLSON) - THE ANNIVERSARY SONG (1946)
RITA HAYWORTH - PUT THE BLAME ON MAME (1946)
RITA HAYWORTH - PUT THE BLAME ON MAME (acoustic version) (1946)
RITA HAYWORTH - AMADO MIO (1946)


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05. COUNTRY MUSIC

Country music (or country and western) is a blend of popular musical forms originally found in the Southern United States and the Appalachian Mountains (Tennessee, Virginia, West Wirginia, and Kentucky). It has roots in traditional folk music, Celtic music, gospel music, and old-time music and evolved rapidly in the 1920s.

05.01. Early recorded country music

The first commercial recording of what can be considered country music was "Sallie Gooden" by fiddlist A.C. Robertson in 1922. Jimmie Rodgers and the Carter Family are widely considered to be important early country musicians. Rodgers fused hillbilly country, gospel, jazz, blues, pop, cowboy, and folk; and many of his best songs were his compositions, including “Blue Yodel”, which sold over a million records and established Rodgers as the premier singer of early country music.


JIMMIE RODGERS - BLUE YODEL No. 1 (T For Texas) (1928)
JIMMIE RODGERS - WAITING FOR A TRAIN (1928)


05.02 Country music 1930s-1960s

Many musicians performed and recorded songs in any number of styles. During the 1930s and 1940s, cowboy songs, or Western music, which had been recorded since the 1920s, were popularized by films made in Hollywood. Some of the popular singing cowboys from the era were Gene Autry, the Sons of the Pioneers and Roy Rogers .Country musicians began recording Boogie in 1939. During World WarII, honky tonk country was popularized by Ernest Tubb ("I'm Walking The Floor Over You"), who took the sound to Nashville, where he was the first musician to play electric guitar on Grand Ole Opry. In the 1950s, honky tonk entered its golden age, with the massive popularity of Webb Pierce, Hank Locklin, Lefty Frizzell, George Jones, and Hank Williams.
By the end of World War II, many musicians performed music known as bluegrass .In the post-war period, country music was called "folk" in the trades, and "hillbilly" within the industry.In 1944, Billboard replaced the term "hillbilly" with "folk songs and blues," and switched to "country" or "country and western" in 1949 . Gospel music, too, remained a popular component of country music.


PATTI PAGE - TENNESSEE WALTZ (1950)
MARILYN MONROE - RIVER OF NO RETURN (1954)
HANK SNOW - I DON’T HURT ANYMORE (1956)
HANK SNOW - RUMBA BOOGIE (1959)
JOHNNY CASH - FIVE FEET HIGH AND RISIN (1959)
CONNIE SMITH - ONCE A DAY (1965)
TAMMY WYNETTE - STAND BY YOUR MAN (1968)



05.03 Country music 1970s to the present :

Country rock is a musical genre formed from the fusion of rock with country music, with its country origins being initially referenced to the rockabilly music of the 1950s.List of artists : The Dillards, The Byrds, Gene Clark, Gram Parsons, Neil Young, Michael Nesmith, Grateful Dead, The Band, Bob Dylan, Buffalo Springfield, Moby Grape Area Code 615 and the Ozark Mountain Daredevils, The Flying Burrito Brothers, First National Band, The Eagles, Little Feat, Linda Ronstadt, Poco, Pure Prairie League, The Doobie Brothers, The Marshall Tucker Band and Barefoot Jerry,
Country pop, with roots in both the countrypolitan sound and in soft rock, is a subgenre of country music that first emerged in the 1970s. It started with pop music singers, like Glen Campbell, John Denver, Olivia Newton-John, Anne Murray, Kenny Rogers, Charlie Rich, Faron Young, Dolly Parton, and Dottie West began having hits on the country charts.


RICKY NELSON - GARDEN PARTY (1972)
JOHNNY CASH - THE NIGHT THEY DROVE OLD DIXIE DOWN (1976)
THE BELLAMY BROTHERS - LET YOUR LOVE FLOW (1976)
WILLIE NELSON - ALWAYS ON MY MIND (1982)
JOHN DENVER – COUNTRY ROADS (1995)




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06. THE FIFTIES


The 1950s offered a combination of sounds for everyone. Rock 'n roll, rhythm and blues, love songs, jazz (first Newport Festival), calypso (Harry Belafonte), and musicals were all popular.Records rather than air play began to determine the popularity of a song. Hit makers were Johnny Ray, Patti Page, Nat King Cole, Teresa Brewer,Tony Bennett, Perry Como, Pat Boone, Doris Day, Eddie Fisher, Frankie Laine, Dean Martin , and Peggy Lee. Groups were popular, including the Platters, Les Paul and Mary Ford, Ames Brothers , Four Aces, Buddy Holly and many others made the huge number of decade hits.In 1956, Elvis became the first rock star. Black recording artists Chuck Berry and Fats Domino became rock 'n roll stars. Color TV became a major influence, stereos were offered for sale, the first Grammy (1959) was given.


PEGGY LEE & DAVE BARBOUR - I COVER THE WATERFRONT (1950)
GENE KELLY - SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN (1952)
DEAN MARTIN - THAT'S AMORE (1953)
ROSEMARY CLOONEY - MAMBO ITALIANO (1954)
PEGGY LEE - JOHNNY GUITAR (1955)
DEAN MARTIN - MEMORIES ARE MADE OF THIS (1956)
THE PLATTERS - ONLY YOU (1956)
ELVIS PRESLEY - LOVE ME (1956)
ELVIS PRESLEY - LOVE ME TENDER (1956)
ELVIS PRESLEY - DON'T BE CRUEL (1956)
RICKY NELSON - A TEENAGER'S ROMANCE (1957)
SAM COOKE - YOU SEND ME (1957)
RICKY NELSON - BYE BYE LOVE (1957)
ELVIS PRESLEY - TEDDY BEAR (1957)
MARIO LANZA & LUISA DI MEO - ARRIVEDERCI ROMA (1958)
LOUIS PRIMA - BUONA SERA SIGNORINA (1958)
RICKY NELSON - LONESOME TOWN (1958)
THE PLATTERS - SMOKE GETS IN YOUR EYES (1958)
ELVIS PRESLEY - TROUBLE (1958)
CLIFF RICHARD & THE SHADOWS - LIVING DOLL (1959)
CLIFF RICHARD & THE SHADOWS - TRAVELLIN' LIGHT (1959)
CLIFF RICHARD & THE SHADOWS - LOVE (1959)
EDDIE COCHRAN - TEENAGE HEAVEN (1959)
PAUL ANKA - LONELY BOY (1959)
DEAN MARTIN & RICKY NELSON - MY RIFLE, MY PONY AND ME- Rio Bravo (1959)
DARIO MORENO - MUSTAPHA (1960)
CLIFF RICHARD & THE SHADOWS - THE YOUNG ONES (1960)
ELVIS PRESLEY - WOODEN HEART (1960)
ROY ORBISON - ONLY THE LONLEY (1960)
ROY ORBISON - RUNNING SCARED (1961)
RICKY NELSON - TRAVELING MAN (1961)
ELVIS PRESLEY - CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE (1961)
BRIAN HYLAND - SEALED WITH A KISS (1962)
RICKY NELSON - YOUNG WORLD (1962)
RICKY NELSON - IT'S UP TO YOU (1962)
PEGGY LEE & FRANK SINATRA - NICE WORK IF YOU CAN GET IT (1962)
RICKY NELSON - I WILL FOLLOW YOU (1963)
DARIO MORENO - MALAGUENA [Boléro] (1965)



06.01 Rock and roll & Rockabilly
Rock and roll is a genre of popular music that evolved in the United States in the late 1940s and early 1950s. Its roots lay mainly in blues, rhythm and blues, country, folk, gospel, and jazz. The style subsequently spread to the rest of the world and developed further, leading ultimately to modern rock music.
Rockabilly is one of the earliest styles of rock and roll music, and emerged in the early 1950s. The term rockabilly is a portmanteau of rock and hillbilly, the latter a reference to the country music (often called hillbilly music in the 1940s and 1950s) that contributed strongly to the style's development. Other important influences on rockabilly include western swing, boogie woogie, and rhythm and blues. Many popular rock and roll singers of the time, such as Fats Domino, Chuck Berry and Little Richard, came out of the black rhythm and blues tradition, making the music attractive to white audiences, and are not usually classed as "rockabilly".
Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, Roy Orbison, Sam Cooke, The Coasters, Carl Perkins, Buddy Holly, Billy Haley & The Comets, The Everly Brothers, Rickie Nelson, Little Richard, LaVern Baker .............


BILL HAYLEY & HIS COMETS - ROCK AROUND THE CLOCK (1954)
CHUCK BERRY - MAYBELLENE (1955)
BO DIDDLEY - BO DIDDLEY (1955)
GENE VINCENT - BE-BOP-A-LULA (1956)
LITTLE RICHARD - LONG TALL SALLY (1956)
ELVIS PRESLEY - HEARTBREAK HOTEL (1956)
ELVIS PRESLEY - HOUND DOG (1956)
EDDIE COCHRAN - TWENTY FLIGHT ROCK (1956)
ELVIS PRESLEY - JAILHOUSE ROCK (1957)
ELVIS PRESLEY - TOO MUCH (1957)
BUDDY HOLLY & THE CRICKETS - PEGGY SUE (1957)
EDDIE COCHRAN - SUMMERTIME BLUES (1958)
EDDIE COCHRAN - C'MON EVERYBODY (1958)
JERRY LEE LEWIS - BREATHLESS (1958)
CARL PERKINS - GLAD ALL OVER (1958)
DANNY & THE JUNIORS - ROCK & ROLL IS HERE TO STAY (1958)
DUANNE EDDY - REBEL ROUSER (1958)
CHUCK BERRY - JOHNNY B.GOODE (1958)


06.02 Rockabilly Revival

Rockabilly Revival early 1970s (return to the simple, loud, fast, emotionally-direct music of early rock and roll). Some musicians stripped their sound down to three chords, loud guitars, and shouted lyrics, creating early punk rock. Other musicians turned back to the original rock and roll music of the 1950s for inspiration, and in the late 1970s, an underground rockabilly revival began to emerge.


BO DIDDLEY - HEY BO DIDDLEY (1969)
THE HOUSESHAKERS - BE-BOP-A-LULA (1972)
HEINZ BURT - C'MON EVERYBODY (1972)
BO DIDDLEY - ROAD RUNNER (1972)
BILL HAYLEY & HIS COMETS - ROCK AROUND THE CLOCK (1972)
LITTLE RICHARD - LUCILLE (1972)
BO DIDDLEY - BO DIDDLEY (1985)
BO DIDDLEY - BO PUT THE ROCK IN ROCK & ROLL (1985)
BO DIDDLEY - GUNSLINGER (1985)
CHUCK BERRY - BIO (1986)
CHUCK BERRY - CAROL (1987)
CHUCK BERRY - ROLL OVER BEETHOVEN (1987)







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07. THE SIXTIES

The sixties were the decade of Pop Music, Protest Songs, protesting the war, Rhythm and Blues, Motown, musicals, and the Beatles. In 1969, Woodstock was attended by 300,000. A three day even for peace, love and rock took place. Performers included Janis Joplin, Sly and the Family Stone, Led Zepplin, The Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane ...............


07.01 The 1960's Begin: POP & ROCK MUSIC


THE SHADOWS - APACHE (1960)
THE SHADOWS - FBI (1961)
THE BEATLES - HAMBURG / (ROLL OVER BEETHOVEN) (1961)
TONY SHERIDAN & THE BEATLES - AIN'T SHE SWEET (1961)
TONY SHERIDAN & THE BEATLES - MY BONNIE (1961)
TONY SHERIDAN & THE BEATLES - KANSAS CITY (1962)
TONY SHERIDAN & THE BEATLES - SWEET GEORGIA BROWN (1962)
TONY SHERIDAN & THE BEATLES - RUBY BABY (1962)
THE BEATLES - SOME OTHER GUY (1962)
THE BEATLES - LOVE ME DO (1962)
THE BEATLES - PLEASE, PLEASE ME (1962)
THE BEACH BOYS - SURFIN’ SAFARI (1962)
THE BEATLES - SHE LOVES YOU (1963)
THE ROLLING STONES - I WANNA BE YOUR MAN (1963)
THE BEATLES - I WANNA BE YOUR MAN (1963)
THE BEATLES - BABY IT’S YOU (1963)
THE BEATLES - I SAW HER STANDING THERE (1963)
THE BEATLES - TWIST AND SHOUT (1963)
THE BEATLES - FROM ME TO YOU (1964)
THE ROLLING STONES - AROUND AND AROUND (1964)
THE BEATLES - KANSAS CITY Hey! Hey! Hey (1964)
THE ROLLING STONES - TIME IS ON MY SIDE (1964)
THE ROLLING STONES - YOU BETTER MOVE ON (1964)
THE ANIMALS - I'M CRYING (1964)
THE KINKS - YOU REALLY GOT ME (1964)
BOB DYLAN - WITH GOD ON OUR SIDE (1964)
THE ANIMALS - HOUSE OF THE RISING SUN (1964)
THE YARDBIRDS (with Eric Clapton) - GOT TO HURRY (1964)
THE YARDBIRDS (with Eric Clapton) - I'M A MAN (1964)
GERRY & THE PACEMAKERS - FERRY CROSS THE MERSEY (1964)
PETER & GORDON - A WORLD WITHOUT LOVE (1964)
BILLY J.KRAMER & THE DAKOTAS - LITTLE CHILDERN (1964)
THE BEATLES - I WANT TO HOLD YOUR HAND (1964)
THE BEACH BOYS - WHEN I GROW UP (To Be A Man) (1964)
THE BEACH BOYS - I GET AROUND (1964)
THE BEACH BOYS - I GET AROUND (1964) ( 2nd version)
DAVE CLARK FIVE - BITS AND PIECES (1964)
THE SEARCHERS - NEEDLES AND PINS (1964)
THE SEARCHERS - LOVE POTION #9 (1964)
THE BEATLES - AND I LOVE HER (1964)
THE HOLLIES - JUST ONE LOOK (1964)
ROY ORBISON - OH, PRETTY WOMAN (1964)
THE BEATLES - TWIST AND SHOUT (1965) - Shea Stadium
THE BEATLES - I FILE FINE (1965) - Shea Stadium
THE BEATLES - IN MY LIFE (1965)
BOB DYLAN - SUBTERRANEAN HOMESICK BLUES (1965)
BOB DYLAN - IT'S ALL OVER NOW, BABY BLUE (1965)
BOB DYLAN - MAGGIE'S FARM (1965)
THE ROLLING STONES - THE LAST TIME (1965)
THE ROLLING STONES - MERCY MERCY (1965)
THE ROLLING STONES - GOOD TIMES (1965)
THE ROLLING STONES - DOWN THE ROAD APIECE (1965)
THE ROLLING STONES - EVERYBODY NEEDS SOMEBODY TO LOVE (1965)
SONNY & CHER - I GOT YOU BABE (1965)
THE BEATLES - YESTERDAY (1965)
THE BEATLES - YOU'VE GOT TO HIDE YOUR LOVE AWAY (1965)
THE BEATLES - YOU'RE GONNA LOSE THAT GIRL (1965)
THE BEATLES - MICHELLE (1965)
THE BYRDS - MR. TAMBOURINE MAN (1965)
HERMAN'S HERMITS - JUST A LITTLE BIT BETTER (1965)
THE KINKS - A WELL RESPECTED MAN (1965)
CANNIBAL & THE HEADHUNTERS - LAND OF 1000 DANCES (1965)
THE WHO - MY GENERATION (1965)
THE BEATLES - DIZZY MISS LIZZY (1965)
DAVE DEE ,DOZY, BEAKY, MICK & TICH - HOLD TIGHT (1965)
THE ANIMALS - DON'T LET ME BE MISUNDERSTOOD (1965)
THE YARDBIRDS (with Jeff Beck ) - FOR YOUR LOVE (1965)
THE YARDBIRDS (with Jeff Beck ) - I'M A MAN (1965)
SPENCER DAVIS GROUP - KEEP ON RUNNING (1965)
THE ROLLING STONES - LADY JANE (1966)
THE TROGGS - WITH A GIRL LIKE YOU (1966)
THE ANIMALS - WE GOTTA GET OUT OF THIS PLACE (1966)
THE YARDBIRDS (with Jeff Beck ) - TRAIN KEPT A ROLLIN' (1966)
BOB DYLAN - LIKE A ROLLING STONES (1966)
THE ROLLING STONES - ( I CAN'T GET NO ) SATISFACTION (1966)
THE ROLLING STONES - PAINT IT BLACK (1966)
THE WHO - HAPPY JACK (1966)
THE BEATLES - PAPERBACK WRITER (1966)
THE BEATLES - ELEANOR RIGBY (1966)
THE MAMAS & THE PAPAS - CALIFORNIA DREAMIN' (1966)
THE MAMAS & THE PAPAS - MONDAY,MONDAY (1966)
THE BEACH BOYS - SLOOP JOHN B. (1966)
THE MONKEES - I'M A BELIEVER (1966)
THE EASYBEATS - FRIDAY ON MY MIND (1966)
DAVID GARRICK - DEAR MRS APPLEBEE (1966)
SONNY & CHER - LITTLE MAN (1966)
SIMON & GARFUNKEL - FOR EMILY , WHENEVER I MAY FIND HER (1966)
PETER ,PAUL & MARY - EARLY MORNING RAIN (1966)
LOVIN' SPOONFUL - SUMMER IN THE CITY (1966)
THE WHO - SUBSTITUTE (1966)
THE KINKS - SUNNY AFTERNOON (1966)
TIM ROSE - HEY JOE (1966)
THE SPENCER DAVIS GROUP - SOMEBODY HELP ME (1966)
THE SPENCER DAVIS GROUP - KEEP ON RUNNING (1966)
THE SPENCER DAVIS GROUP - I'M A MAN ( 1966)
THE SPENCER DAVIS GROUP - GIMME SOME LOVIN' (1966)
THE SPENCER DAVIS GROUP - WHEN I COME HOME (1966)
SMALL FACES - TIN SOLDIER (1967)
THE BEATLES - I AM THE WALRUS (1967)
PINK FLOYD - SEE EMILY PLAY (1967)
JEFFERSON AIRPLANE - WHITE RABBIT ( 1967)
THE BEATLES - BLUE JAY WAY (1967)
TRAFFIC - HOLE IN MY SHOE (1967)
THE ROLLING STONES - WE LOVE YOU (1967)
THE ROLLING STONES - 2000 LIGHT YEARS FROM HOME (1967)
PINK FLOYD - INTERSTELLAR OVERDRIVE (1967)
BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD - FOR WHAT IT'S WORTH (1967)
CREAM - STRANGE BREW (1967)
THE SPENCER DAVIS GROUP - THIS HAMMER (1967)
THE SPENCER DAVIS GROUP - DUST MY BLUES (1967)
TRAFFIC - PAPER SUN (1967)
JIMI HENDRIX - HEY JOE (1967) - Beat club
JIMI HENDRIX - PURPLE HAZE (1967) - Beat club
CREAM - SUNSHINE OF YOUR LOVE (1967)
JIMI HENDRIX - JOHNNY B. GOODE (1967)
JIMI HENDRIX - FOXY LADY (1967)
JIMI HENDRIX - LIKE A ROLLING STONES (1967) - Monterey,California
THE MAMAS & THE PAPAS - CREEQUE ALLEY (1967)
THE KINKS - WATERLOO SUNSET (1967)
THE BEATLES - HELLO GOODBYE (1967)
DAVE DAVIES - DEATH OF A CLOWN ( 1967)
THE DOORS - THE CRYSTAL SHIP (1968)
THE DOORS - PEOPLE ARE STRANGE (1967)
THE BEATLES - ALL YOU NEED IS LOVE (1967)
PROCOL HARUM - A WHITER SHADE OF PALE (1967)
PROCOL HARUM - HOMBURG (1967)
THE MOODY BLUES - NIGHTS IN WHITE SATIN (1967)
BEE GEES - HOLIDAY (1967)
THE BEATLES - FOOL ON THE HILL (1967)
THE BEATLES - YOUR MOTHER SHOULD KNOW (1967)
THE BEATLES - DAY IN THE LIFE (1967)
THE ROLLING STONES - RUBY TUESDAY ( 1967)
SCOTT McKENZIE - SAN FRANCISCO (1967)
BEE GEES - MASSACHUSETTS (1967)
DAVID McWILLIAMS - THE DAYS OF PEARLY SPENCER (1967)
THE TURTLES - HAPPY TOGETHER (1967)
LEONARD COHEN - SUZANNE (1967)
SIMON & GARFUNKEL - SOUND OF SILENCE (1967)
SIMON & GARFUNKEL - HOMEWARD BOUND (1967)
DUSTY SPRINGFIELD - TWO BROTHERS (1967)
DUSTY SPRINGFIELD - IF YOU GO AWAY (1967)
DONOVAN - THE LULLABY OF SPRING (1968)
JEFFERSON AIRPLANE - MARTHA (1968)
APHRODITE'S CHILD - RAIN AND TEARS (1968)
BEE GEES - I'VE GOTTA GET A MESSAGE TO YOU (1968)
BEE GEES - WORDS (1968)
THE BEATLES - HEY JUDE (1968)
THE BEACH BOYS - GOOD VIBRATIONS (1968)
THE BEACH BOYS - DO IT AGAIN (1968)
MARY HOPKINS - THOSE WERE THE DAYS (1968)
TROGGS - LOVE IS ALL AROUND (1968)
THE MARMELADE - OB-LA-DI OB-LA-DA (1968)
THE MANFRED MANN - HA! HA! SAID THE CLOWN (1968)
THE KINKS - DAYS (1968)
THE MANFRED MANN - MIGHTY QUINN (1968)
THE HERD - PARADISE LOST (1968)
THE HERD - I DON'T WANT OUR LOVING TO DIE (1968)
SMALL FACES - HAPPINESS STAN (1968)
SMALL FACES - SONG OF A BAKER (1968)
SMALL FACES - LAZY SUNDAY (1968)
STATUS QUO - PICTURES OF MATCHSTICK MEN (1968)
EQUALS - BABY COME BACK (1968)
DEEP PURPLE - HUSH (1968)
THE ROLLING STONES - SYMPATHY FOR THE DEVIL (1968)
CHICAGO TRANSIT AUTHORITY - I'M A MAN (1968)
JOE COCKER - WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM MY FRIENDS (1968)
CREAM - WHITE ROOM (1968)
THE BEATLES - REVOLUTION (1968)
DEEP PURPLE - HELP (1968)
PINK FLOYD - SET THE CONTROLS FOR THE HEART OF THE SUN (1968)
PINK FLOYD - CAREFUL WITH THAT AXE, EUGENE (1968)
VANILLA FUDGE - YOU KEEP ME HANGIN' ON (1968)
HUMBLE PIE - NATURAL BORN BOOGIE (1968)
STEPPENWOLF - BORN TO BE WILD (1968)
JETHRO TULL - SONG FOR JEFFREY (1968)
THE BEATLES - LADY MADONNA (1968)
JEFFERSON AIRPLANE - CROWN OF CREATION (1968)
THE BEATLES - CRY BABY CRY ( 1968)
THE BEATLES - HAPPINESS IS A WARM GUN (1968)
JEFFERSON AIRPLANE - WE CAN BE TOGETHER (1969) - Altamont
JEFFERSON AIRPLANE - THE OTHER SIDE OF THIS LIFE (1969) - Altamont
THE ROLLING STONES - UNDER MY THUMB (1969) - Altamont
BLIND FAITH - UNDER MY THUMB (1969)
BLIND FAITH - DO WHAT YOU LIKE (1969)
THE WHO - SEE ME,FEEL ME (1969) - "Tommy" - film
MURRAY HEAD - SUPERSTAR (1969)
THREE DOG NIGHTS - EASY TO BE HARD (1969)
FLEETWOOD MAC - OH WELL (1969)
THE DOORS - WILD CHILD (1969)
THE ROLLING STONES - JUMPIN' JACK FLASH (1969)
JIMI HENDRIX - HEAR MY TRAIN A COMIN' (1969)
JIMI HENDRIX - VOODOO CHILE (1969)
JIMI HENDRIX - MACHINE GUN (1969)
ERIC CLAPTON - EYESIGHT TO THE BLIND (1969)
JANIS JOPLIN - SUMMERTIME (1969)
JANIS JOPLIN - SUMMERTIME (1969) - Stockholm
HUMBLE PIE - ALABAMA '69 (1969)
THE BEACH BOYS - I CAN HEAR MUSIC (1969)
FLEETWOOD MAC - ALBATROSS (1969)
FLEETWOOD MAC - MAN OF THE WORLD (1969)
LEONARD COHEN - THE PARTISAN (1969)
TOMMY JAMES & THE SHONDELLS - CRIMSON AND CLOVER (1969)
THE HOLLIES - HE AIN'T HEAVY HE'S MY BROTHER (1969)
IKE & TINA TURNER - I'VE BEEN LOVING YOU TOO LONG (1969)
THE ROLLING STONES - LOVE IN VAIN (1969)
THE ROLLING STONES - LOVE IN VAIN (1969) - Hyde park
THE ROLLING STONES - SYMPATHY FOR THE DEVIL (1969) - Hyde park
DONOVAN - ATLANTIS (1969)
PETER SARSTEDT - WHERE DO YOU GO TO (My Lovely) (1969)
JANE BIRKIN & SERGE GAINSBOURG - JE T'AIME ... moi non plus (1969)
THE BEATLES - ACROSS THE UNIVERSE (1969)
THE BEATLES - DON'T LET ME DOWN (1969)
JOHN LENNON - GIVE PEACE A CHANCE (1969)
THE PLASTIC ONO BAND - DIZZY MISS LIZZY (1969)
ARCHIES - SUGAR ,SUGAR (1969)
TOMMY ROE - DIZZY (1969)
DAVID BOWIE - SPACE ODDITY (1969)
CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVIVAL - PROUD MARY (1969)
CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVIVAL - COMMOTION (1969)
CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVIVAL - GREEN RIVER (1969)
CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVIVAL - NIGHT TIME IS THE RIGHT TIME (1969)
CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVIVAL - DOWN ON THE CORNER (1969)
THE BEATLES - DIG IT (1969)
THE BEATLES - GET BACK (1969) - Apple Studio
THE BEATLES - GET BACK (1969) - Rooftop Performance





Woodstock (August 15 to August 18, 1969) - A three day of peace, love and music. It is widely regarded as one of the greatest moments in popular music history and was listed on Rolling Stone's 50 Moments That Changed the History of Rock and Roll.

CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG - WOODSTOCK (1969)
CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG - WOODEN SHIPS (1969) - Woodstock
CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG - 4 + 20 (1969)
CANNED HEAT - GOING UP THE COUNTRY (1969)
THUNDERCLAP NEWMAN - SOMETHING IN THE AIR (1969)
ARLO GUTHRIE - COMING INTO LOS ANGELES (1969) - Woodstock
MELANIE - LAY DOWN (Candles In The Rain)
RICHIE HAVENS - FREEDOM / (MOTHERLESS CHILD) (1969)
JOHN SEBASTIAN - YOUNGER GENERATION (1969) – Woodstock
CANNED HEAT - A CHANGE IS GONNA COME (1969)
CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVIVAL - I PUT A SPELL ON YOU (1969) - Woodstock
MOUNTAIN - SOUTHBOUND TRAIN (1969) - Woodstock
JOHNNY WINTER - MEAN TOWN BLUES (1969) - Woodstock
JANIS JOPLIN - WORK ME LORD (1969) - Woodstock
PAUL BUTTERFIELD - EVERYTHING’S GONNA BE ALRIGHT (1969)
JEFFERSON AIRPLANE - WHITE RABBIT (1969) - Woodstock
JOE COCKER - WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM MY FRIENDS (1969) - Woodstock
JIMI HENDRIX - HEY JOE (1969) - Woodstock
JONI MITCHELL - WOODSTOCK (1970)




07.02 SOUL MUSIC

Soul music is a music genre originating in the United States combining elements of gospel music and rhythm and blues.The genre occasionally uses improvisational additions, twirls and auxiliary sounds. Catchy rhythms, stressed by handclaps and plastic body moves, are an important feature. Other characteristics are "a call and response" between the soloist and the chorus, and an especially tense vocal sound.
Subgenres of Soul music : Detroit soul, Deep soul and southern soul, Memphis soul, New Orleans soul, Chicago soul, Philadelphia soul, Psychedelic soul, Country soul, Blue-eyed soul and Brown-eyed soul



07.02.01 Detroit soul (The Motown Sound)

is a style of soul music with a distinct pop influence. Among the most important architects of The Motown Sound were the members of Motown's in-house team of songwriters and record producers, including Motown founder Berry Gordy, William "Smokey" Robinson,Norman Whitfield & Barrett Strong, and the team of Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier and Edward Holland, Jr., collectively known as Holland-Dozier-Holland. Also instrumental to the sound was the work of Motown's in-house band, The Funk Brothers, who performed the instrumentation on nearly every Motown hit from 1959 to 1971. From 1961 to 1971, Motown had 110 top 10 hits, and artists such as Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye,Chris Clark , Diana Ross & The Supremes, The Four Tops, The Temptations ,The Jackson 5, The Velvelettes, The Spinners , The Capitols ,The Foundations , Jr. Walker & the All Stars, Jimmy Ruffin ,The Miracles and Gladys Knight & the Pips.


THE SUPREMES - WHERE DID OUR LOVE GO (1964)
MARTHA AND THE VANDELLAS - DANCING IN THE STREET (1965)
THE SUPREMES - YOU CAN'T HURRY LOVE (1966)
MARVIN GAYE - TAKE THIS HEART OF MINE (1966)
THE FOUR TOPS - REACH OUT I'll BE THERE (1966)
THE TEMPTATION - MY GIRL & (I KNOW ) I'M LOSING YOU (1967)
THE TEMPTATION & THE SUPREMES - (I KNOW ) I'M LOSING YOU (1967)




07.02.02 Southern soul

Southern soul is a type of soul music that emerged from the Southern United States and originated from a combination of styles, including blues, country and western, early rock and roll, and a strong gospel influence. The focus of the music was not on its lyrics, but on the "feel" or the groove. This rhythmic force made it a strong influence in the rise of funk music. It has also been tagged deep soul or even country soul. Southern soul is often identified with artists like Professor Longhair, Allen Toussaint, Lee Dorsey, Wilson Pickett, Otis Redding, Aretha Franklin, Joe Tex, James Brown, Isaac Hayes, Carla Thomas, The Staple Singers, Sam and Dave and many others.
Memphis soul is stylish, funky, uptown soul music that is not as hard edged as Southern soul. The Memphis soul sound was similar to the related Motown Sound from Detroit Michigan. After the rise of disco in the late 1970s, Memphis soul declined somewhat in popularity.
Stax Records, founded in 1957, was a major factor in the creation of the Southern soul and Memphis soul music styles.


JAMES BROWN - IT'S A MAN'S MAN'S WORLD (1966)
ISAAC HAYES - WALK ON BY (1969)
SAM AND DAVE - I THANK YOU (1969)
THE EMOTIONS - PEACE BE STILL (1971)
THE STAPLE SINGERS - RESPECT YOURSELF (1971)
ISAAC HAYES - THEME FROM SHAFT (1972)



07.02.03 Psychedelic soul

is a concept used to categorize music that features elements of psychedelic rock and soul/funk music. This kind of music thrived during the late 1960s and early 1970s.
Psychedelic soul is often connected to artists such as Sly & the Family Stone and Funkadelic. Others, most notably The Temptations and their producer Norman Whitfield, War, The Undisputed Truth, and The 5th Dimension,followed the path laid out by the work of Sly Stone and his band. Psychedelic soul led the way for a harder, less subdued sound to permeate through black music, leading the way for the mainstream funk music of the early 1970s and later, disco.


THE 5th DIMENSION - AQUARIUS & LET THE SUN SHINE IN (1969)





08. THE SEVENTIES

One of the first events of the 70s was the break up of the Beatles in 1970. However, the seventies were also when many legendary rock bands started, or hit their peak, including Queen, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Jethro Tull, Lynyrd Skynyrd, AC/DC, Fleetwood Mac, Status Quo, Free, Aerosmith, the Eagles, Black Sabbath, Kiss, Heart, The Who, The Doors, Uriah Heep, and Van Halen, to name a few. The first half of the 1970s saw many jazz musicians from the Miles Davis school achieve cross-over success through jazz-rock fusion. Art rock, progressive rock and glam rock were also popular. One of the most successful European groups of the decade was the quartet ABBA. The Swedish group, first found fame when they won the 1974 Eurovision Song Contest. To many people, the Seventies will be most remembered for the rise in disco music.The mid-seventies saw the rise of punk music from its protopunk/garage band roots in the 1960s and early 1970s. Towards the end of the decade, Jamaican reggae music, already popular in the Caribbean and Africa since the early 1970s, became very popular in the U.S. and in Europe.

08.01 ROCK MUSIC

or simply rock - is a loosely defined genre of popular music that developed during and after the 1960s. It has its roots in 1940s and 1950s rock and roll and rockabilly, which themselves evolved from rhythm and blues, country music and other influences. In the late 1960s and early 1970s, rock music developed different subgenres such as pop rock, soft rock, glam rock, hard rock, heavy metal, progressive rock, and punk rock. When it was blended with folk music it created folk rock, with blues to create blues-rock and with jazz, to create jazz-rock fusion. In the 1970s, rock incorporated influences from soul, funk, and latin music.


THE BEATLES - LET IT BE (1970)
THE BEATLES - TWO OF US (1970)
THE BEATLES - SOMETHING (1970)
JOHN LENNON - MOTHER (1970)
JOHN LENNON - WORKING CLASS HERO (1970)
PAUL McCARTNEY - JUNK (1970)
ELTON JOHN - SIXTY YEARS ON (1970)
JAMES TAYLOR - FIRE AND RAIN (1970)
CAT STEVENS - WHERE DO THE CHILDERN PLAY (1970)
ELTON JOHN - BORDER SONG (1970)
THE CARPENTERS - (THEY LONG TO BE ) CLOSE TO YOU (1970)
DANA - ALL KINDS OF EVERYTHING (1970)
LYNN ANDERSON - ROSE GARDEN (1970)
THE MARMALADE - REFLECTIONS OF MY LIFE (1970)
MELANIE - LAY DOWN (1970)
CAT STEVENS - FATHER & SON (1970)
ELVIS PRESLEY - IN THE GHETTO (1970)
CARLOS SANTANA - BLACK MAGIC WOMAN (1970}
CARLOS SANTANA - JINGO-LO-BA (1970)
FREE - MR. BIG (1970)
FREE - ALL RIGHT NOW (1970)
FREE - ALL RIGHT NOW ( 2nd long version) (1970)
FREE - ALL RIGHT NOW (1970) - Isle of Wight
TEN YEARS AFTER - I CAN'T KEEP FROM CRYING (1970) - Isle of Wight
THE DOORS - ROADHOUSE BLUES (1970)
FLEETWOOD MAC - THE GREEN MANALISHI (1970)
THE WHO - SUMMERTIME BLUES (1970)
JIMI HENDRIX - ALL ALONG THE WATCHTOWER (1970) - Atlanta
JANIS JOPLIN - CRY BABY (1970) - Toronto
JOE COCKER - CRY ME A RIVER (1970)
LEON RUSSELL - A SONG FOR YOU (1970)
JONI MITCHELL - BIG YELLOW TAXI (1970)
JONI MITCHELL - WOODSTOCK (1970)
CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG - WOODSTOCK (1970)
CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG - DOWN BY THE RIVER (1970)
THE MOODY BLUES - GYPSY (1970)
KINKS - LOLA (1970)
GOLDEN EARRING - BACK HOME (1970)
JIMI HENDRIX - DOLLY DAGGER (1970)
EQUALS - BLACK SKINNED BLUE EYED BOY (1970)
STATUS QUO - SPINNING WHEEL BLUES (1970)
ALICE COOPER - I'M EIGHTEEN (1970)
THE GUESS WHO - AMERICAN WOMAN (1970)
SHOCKING BLUE - VENUS (1970)
SHOCKING BLUE - VENUS ( 2nd version ) (1970)
SHOCKING BLUE - NEVER MARRY A RAILROAD MAN (1970)
DOWN - KNOCK THREE TIMES (1970)
CHRISTIE - YELLOW RIVER (1970)
MUNGO JERRY - IN THE SUMMERTIME (1970)
CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVIVAL - LOOKIN' OUT MY BACK DOOR (1970)
DELANEY & BONNY feat. ERIC CLAPTON - POOR ELIJAH (1970)
CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVIVAL - PAGAN BABY (1970)
THE BAND - I SHALL BE RELEASED (1970)
RARE BIRD - SYMPATHY (1970)
THE FAMILY DOGG - SYMPATHY (1970)
THE MARMALADE - RAINBOW (1970)
TRAFFIC - JOHN BARLEYCORN (1970)
DONOVAN - JERSEY THURSDAY (1970) - Isle of Wight
THE DOORS - ALBINONI'S ADAGIO IN G MINOR (1970)
HUMBLE PIE - FOR YOUR LOVE (1970)
NEIL YOUNG - JOURNEY THROUGH THE PAST (1971)
NEIL YOUNG - A MAN NEEDS A MAID ( Heart of gold ) (1971)
NEIL YOUNG - COWGIRL IN THE SAND (1971)
NEIL YOUNG - HEART OF GOLD (1971)
NEIL YOUNG - OLD MAN (1971)
NEIL YOUNG - OUT ON THE WEEKEND (1971)
THE ROLLING STONES - WILD HORSES (1971)
BOB DYLAN - BLOWIN' IN THE WIND (1971) - Madison Square Garden NY
JOHN LENNON - JEALOUS GAY (1971)
JOHN LENNON - OH MY LOVE (1971)
JOHN LENNON - IMAGINE (1971)
CAT STEVENS & ALUN DAVIES - LADY D'ARBANVILLE (1971)
CAT STEVENS - LADY D'ARBANVILLE (1971)
CAT STEVENS - WILD WORLD (1971)
ROD STEWART - MAGGIE MAY (1971)
PENTANGLE - WILL THE CIRCLE BE UNBROKEN (1971)
MELANIE - WHAT HAVE THEY DONE TO MY SONG MA (1971)
THE CARPENTERS - (THEY LONG TO BE ) CLOSE TO YOU (1971)
DR.HOOK - SYLVIA'S MOTHER (1971)
NEIL YOUNG - TELL ME WHY (1971)
GEORGE HARRISON - MY SWEET LORD (1971)
GEORGE HARRISON - WHILE MY GUITAR GENTLY WEEPS (1971)
RINGO STARR - IT DON'T COME EASY (1971)
PAUL & LINDA McCARTNEY - HEART OF THE COUNTRY (1971)
FLEETWOOD MAC - DRAGONFLY (1971)
J.J.CALE - AFTER MIDNIGHT (1971)
THE BYRDS - CHESTNUT MARE (1971)
JAMES GANG - WALK AWAY (1971)
PINK FLOYD - ONE OF THESE DAYS (1971)
IRON BUTTERFLY - EASY RIDER (1971)
THE ROLLING STONES - BROWN SUGAR (1971)
THE FACES - STAY WITH ME (1971)
THE DOORS - THE CHANGELING (1971)
JETHRO TULL - LOCOMOTIVE BREATH (1971)
JETHRO TULL - LOCOMOTIVE BREATH ( 2nd version ) (1971)
FOCUS - HOCUS POCUS (1971)
RICHIE HAVENS - HERE COMES THE SUN (1971)
IKE & TINA TURNER - COME TOGETHER (1971)
IKE & TINA TURNER - PROUD MARY (1971)
GEORGIE FAME & ALAN PRICE - ROSETTA (1971)
MIDDLE OF THE ROAD - CHIRPY CHIRPY CHEEP CHEEP (1971)
MIDDLE OF THE ROAD - TWEEDLE DEE TWEEDLE DUM (1971)
MIDDLE OF THE ROAD - SOLEY , SOLEY (1971)
MIDDLE OF THE ROAD - SACREMENTO (1972)
ELTON JOHN - CROCODILE ROCK (1972)
THE OSMONDS - YO YO (1972)
STEVIE WONDER - SUPERSTITION (1972)
CHUCK BERRY - MY DING -A-LING (1972)
10cc - DONNA (1972)
BOB DYLAN - KNOCKIN' ON HEAVEN'S DOOR (1972)
AMERICA - A HORSE WITH NO NAME (1972)
AMERICA - DON’T CROSS THE RIVER (1972)
THE EAGLES - PEACEFUL EASY FEELING (1972)
STEALERS WHEEL - STUCK IN THE MIDDLE WITH YOU (1972)
DON McLEAN - AMERICAN PIE (1972)
DON McLEAN - VINCENT (1972)
LOBO - I'D LOVE YOU TO WANT ME (1972)
SHOCKING BLUE - NEVER RELEASE THE ONE YOU LOVE (1972)
K.KRISTOFFERSON&R.COOLIDGE - HELP ME MAKE IT TROUGHT THE NIGHT (1972)
THE EVERLY BROTHERS - ALL I HAVE TO DO IS DREAM (1972)
WISHBONE ASH - LEAF AND STREAM (1972)
FOCUS - SYLVIA (1972)
JOHN LENNON - COLD TURKEY (1972)
THE DOOBIE BROTHERS - LISTEN TO THE MUSIC (1972)
STATUS QUO - ROADHOUSE BLUES (1972)
THIN LIZZY - WHISKEY IN THE JAR (1973)
GOLDEN EARRING - RADAR LOVE (1973)
ZZ TOP - LA GRANDE (1973)
THE EAGLES - WITCHY WOMAN (1973)
J.D. SOUTHER - DOOLIN DALTON (1973)
THE EAGLES - SATURDAY NIGHT (1973)
STATUS QUO - PAPER PLANE (1973)
BOB MARLEY - I SHOT THE SHERIFF (1973)
BOB MARLEY - STIR IT UP (1973)
SHARIF DEAN - DO YOU LOVE ME (1973)
DEMIS ROUSSOS - FOREVER AND EVER (1973)
DEMIS ROUSSOS - GOODBYE MY LOVE GOODBYE (1973)
DEMIS ROUSSOS - MY FRIEND THE WIND (1973)
DAWN - TIE A YELLOW RIBBON (1973)
PAUL McCARTNEY & WINGS - MY LOVE (1973)
ELTON JOHN - GOODBYE YELLOW BRICK ROAD (1973)
STEALERS WHEEL - STAR (1973)
THE ROLLING STONES - ANGIE (1973)
JIM CROCE - TIME IN A BOTTLE (1973)
COCNEY REBEL - SEBASTIAN (1973)
DONNY OSMOND - PUPPY LOVE (1974)
PAUL McCARTNEY - BLACKBYRD (1974)
WINGS - JUNIOR'S FARM (1974)
TERRY JACKS - SEASONS IN THE SUN (1974)
HOT CHOCOLATE - EMMA (1974)
BILLY SWAN - I CAN HELP (1974)
THREE DOG NIGHTS - THE SHOW MUST GO ON (1974)
BAD COMPANY - BAD COMPANY (1974)
BAD COMPANY - SEAGULL (1974)
BAD COMPANY - ROCK STADY (1974)
LYNYRD SKYNYRD - FREE BIRD (1974)
GRAHAM NASH - ON THE LINE (1974)
CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG - HELPLESS (1974)
ERIC CLAPTON - I SHOT THE SHERIFF (1974)
JOHNNY WINTER - JUMPIN' JACK FLASH (1974)
STATUS QUO - DOWN DOWN (1974)
ZZ TOP - TUSH (1975)
COCNEY REBEL - MAKE ME SMILE (1975)
COCNEY REBEL - MAKE ME SMILE ( 2nd version ) (1975)
ROXY MUSIC & BRYAN FERRY - LOVE IS THE DRUG (1975)
10cc - I'M NOT IN LOVE (1975)
NAZARETH - LOVE HURTS (1975)
THE CARPENTERS - PLEASE MR.POSTMAN (1975)
THE BAY CITY ROLLERS - BYE, BYE, BABY (Baby Goodbye) (1975)
SIMON & GARFUNKEL - THE BOXER (1975)
BOB DYLAN - HURRICANE (1975)
AMERICA - VENTURA HIGHWAY (1975)
BEE GEES - NEW YORK MINING DISASTER 1941 (1975)
BEE GEES - LONLEY DAY (1975)
BONNIE TYLER - LOST IN FRANCE (1976)
SMOKIE - I'LL MEET YOU AT MIDNIGHT (1976)
ELTON JOHN & KIKI DEE - DON'T GO BREAKING MY HEART (1976)
BOB DYLAN - FOREVER YOUNG (1976)
ERIC CLAPTON - SIGN LANGUAGE (1976)
ALICE COOPER - SCHOOL'S OUT (1976) (2nd version)
ALICE COOPER - BILLION DOLLAR BABIES (1976)
CLIMAX BLUES BAND - COULDN'T GET IT RIGHT (1976)
WISHBONE ASH - THE KING WILL COME (1976)
WISHBONE ASH - PERSEPHONE (1976)
PETER FRAMPTON - SHOW ME THE WAY (1976)
PETER FRAMPTON - SHOW ME THE WAY (1976) 2nd version
BOSTON - MORE THEN FEELING (1976)
BRYAN FERRY - LET'S STICK TOGETHER (1976)
NEIL YOUNG & THE BAND - HELPLESS (1976)
CARLY SIMON - YOU'RE SO VAIN (1976)
HEART - DREAMBOAT ANNIE (1976)
ELTON JOHN - SORRY SEEM TO BE THE HARDEST WORD (1976)
EMMYLOU HARRIS & THE BAND - EVANGELINE (1976)
THE BAND - THEME FROM THE LAST WALTZ (1976)
THE BAND - THE NIGHT THEY DROVE OLD DIXIE DOWN (1976)
BOB DYLAN - I SHALL BE RELEASED (1976)
THE ROLLING STONES - WILD HORSES (1976)
CHICAGO - IF YOU LEAVE ME NOW (1976)
CARLOS SANTANA - EUROPA (1976)
BONEY M - STILL I'M SAD (1977)
HOT CHOCOLATE - PUT YOUR LOVE IN ME (1977)
KANSAS - DUST IN THE WIND (1977)
EMERSON LAKE & PALMER - LACKY MAN (1977)
EMERSON LAKE & PALMER - C'EST LA VIE (1977)
LEO SAYER - WHEN I NEED YOU (1977)
THE EAGLES - HOTEL CALIFORNIA ( 1977)
THE EAGLES - TEQUILA SUNRISE (1977)
SMOKIE - NEEDLES AND PINS (1977)
MINK DEVILLE - SPANISH STROLL (1977)
LINDA RONSTADT - IT'S SO EASY (1977)
BONNIE TYLER - IT'S A HEARTACHE (1977)
LINDA RONSTADT - BLUE BAYOU (1977)
WINGS - MULL OF KINTYRE (1977)
WINGS - MULL OF KINTYRE ( 2nd version ) (1977)
SUPERTRAMP - GIVE A LITTLE BIT (1977)
STATUS QUO - ROCKIN ALL OVER THE WORLD (1977)
RAM JAM - BLACK BETTY (1977)
LYNYRD SKYNYRD - T FOR TEXAS (1977)
ERIC CLAPTON - COCAINE (1977)
DR. HOOK - WHEN YOU'RE IN LOVE WITH A BEAUTIFUL WOMAN (1978)
SMOKIE - MEXICAN GIRL (1978)
FRANKIE MILLER - DARLING (1978)
SUZI QUATRO & CHRIS NORMAN - STUMBLIN' IN (1978)
SUZI QUATRO - IF YOU CAN'T GIVE ME LOVE (1978)
KATE BUSH - WUTHERING HEIGHTS (1978)
MARSHALL HAIN - DANCING IN THE CITY (1978)
10cc - DREADLOCK HOLIDAY (1978)
GERRY RAFFERTY - BAKER STREET (1978)
J.J.CALE - SENSITIVE KIND (1978)
ERIC CLAPTON - KNOCKIN' ON HEAVEN'S DOOR (1978)
JETHRO TULL - AQUALUNG (1978) - Madison Square Garden NY
SNIFF 'N' THE TEARS - DRIVER'S SEAT (1978)
DIRE STRAITS - SULTANS OF SWING (1978)
RAMONES - NEEDLES AND PINS (1978)
ROXY MUSIC & BRYAN FERRY - ANGEL EYES (1979)
ELECTRIC LIGHT ORCHESTRA - DON'T BRING ME DOWN (1979)
STATUS QUO - LIVING ON AN ISLAND (1979)
BARRY DE VORZON - THEME FROM THE WARRIORS (1979)
GALT MacDERMOT - THE FLESH FAILURES (Let the Sunshine In) (1979)
CHERYL BARNES - EASY TO BE HARD (1979) - Hair (film)
STYX - BOAT ON THE RIVER (1979)
J.J. CALE - DON'T CRY SISTER (1979)
THE KINKS - CELLULOID HEROES (1979)
BRYAN FERRY & ROXY MUSIC - JEALOUS GAY (1980)
BARCLAY JAMES HARVEST - LIFE IS FOR LIVING (1980)




08.02 HARD ROCK (or heavy rock)

Hard Rock is a sub-genre of rock music which has its earliest roots in mid-1960s garage and psychedelic rock. It is typified by a heavy use of distorted electric guitars, bass guitar, drums, pianos, and other keyboards. The terms "hard rock" and "heavy metal" have often been used interchangeably, particularly in discussing bands of the 1970s, a period when the terms were largely synonymous. For example, the 1983 Rolling Stone Encyclopedia of Rock & Roll includes this passage: "known for its aggressive blues-based hard-rock style, Aerosmith was the top American heavy-metal band of the mid-Seventies.
Hard rock emerged with groups of the late-1960s, such as The Who, Deep Purple, Black Sabbath, Iron Butterfly, Blue Cheer and Led Zeppelin who mixed the music of early rock bands with a more hard-edged form of blues rock and acid rock. During the 1970s, hard rock developed a variety of sub-genres. Aerosmith, Queen, Kiss, Thin Lizzy, Rush, Bad Company, Metallica, Guns N' Roses, AC/DC and Mötley Crue were just a few of these important hard rock groups .



DEEP PURPLE - WRING THAT NECK (1968)
DEEP PURLE - MANDRAKE ROOT (1968)
LED ZEPPELIN - HOW MANY MORE TIMES (1969)
BLACK SABATH - PARANOID (1970)
BLACK SABBATH - BLACK SABBATH (1970)
DEEP PURPLE - CHILD IN TIME (1970)
GRAND FUNK RAILROAD - INSIDE LOOKING OUT (1970)
LED ZEPPELIN - IMMIGRANT SONG (1970)
LED ZEPPELIN - WHOLE LOTTA LOVE (1970)
DEEP PURPLE - SPEED KING (1970)
DEEP PURPLE - BLACK NIGHT (1970)
BLACK SABATH - N.I.B. (1970)
LED ZEPPELIN - STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN (1971)
DEEP PURPLE - WHEN A BLIND MAN CRIES (1972)
DEEP PURPLE - HIGHWAY STAR (1972)
URIAH HEEP - BLIND EYE (1972)
DEEP PURPLE - SMOKE ON THE WATER (1973)
URIAH HEEP - SUNRISE (1973)
LED ZEPPELIN - OVER THE HILLS AND FAR AWAY (1973)
GRAND FUNK

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