Becca Jordan

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In Music
  • ROCKABILLY (positive)

    ROCKABILLY (positive)
    POSITIVE-The 50s saw the emergence and rise of what would come to be known as Rock ‘n Roll, but it was also witnessed the popularity of Country and Western music in a variety of forms. Carl Perkins was one of the pioneers in the creation of rock music. Elivs Presley rockabilly style followed in the tradition of Carl Perkins. Johnny Cash and Hank Williams defined the Country and Western style of music during this decade. http://www.thepeoplehistory.com/50smusic.html
  • The Day the Music Died. (negative)

    The Day the Music Died. (negative)
    NEGATIVE-When that plane crashed, it claimed the lives of Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, J.P. "Big Bopper" Richardson and the pilot, Roger Peterson. Three of Rock and Roll's most promising performers were gone. As Don McLean wrote in his classic music parable, American Pie, (annotated) it was "the day the music died." http://www.fiftiesweb.com/crash.htm
  • Vietnam War.(negative)

    Vietnam War.(negative)
    NEGATIVE- Cost the United States 58000 lives and 350000 casualties.
    http://www.digitalhistory.uh.edu/modules/vietnam/index.cfm
  • The British Invasion. (positive)

    The British Invasion. (positive)
    During the mid-1960s in which several bands in the UK were creating a buzz in the United States. The Rolling Stones, The Who, The Animals, and The Beatles were some of the prominent bands that defined this movement. http://www.thepeoplehistory.com/60smusic.html
  • Woodstock !!! (positive)

    Woodstock !!! (positive)
    POSITIVE- Took place during the weekend of August 15-18, 1969. It was the symbolic culmination of a decade of social reform and questioning authority.
    http://www.thepeoplehistory.com/60smusic.html
  • Punk Rock Genre (negative)

    Punk Rock Genre (negative)
    NEGETIVE! - This was a style that continued on the legacy of the 1960s but with a more upbeat and harder style. Heavy guitar riffs and more decibels helped to motivate those who were still upset about the status quo in the country.
    http://www.thepeoplehistory.com/70smusic.html
  • Disco (: (positive)

    Disco (: (positive)
    POSITIVE- was the definition of the 1970s. Although its popularity was relatively short-lived, it created a great deal of songs and artists that people are still dancing to today.
    http://www.thepeoplehistory.com/70smusic.html
  • The Decade of Greed. (negative)

    The Decade of Greed. (negative)
    The 1980s has been described as a decade of greed. Because of the strength of the economy, more people were spending more money on themselves and their families for luxuries and conveniences. This sprouted the record industry to make a statement with their anti-corporation music and their concerts to bring awareness to the plight occurring in other parts of the world. (http://www.thepeoplehistory.com/80smusic.html)
  • MTV. (positive)

    MTV. (positive)
    been the single most influential entity in music industry during the 1980s . Premiering in 1981, MTV gave bands and artists greater exposure for their music in a greater and more widely popular medium.
  • Series of Changes. (positive)

    Series of Changes.  (positive)
    The music in the 1990s went through a series of changes in regards to the mainstream radio airwaves. Ironically, it was nearly a full-circle of styles and tastes that resulted in recreating the mainstream sound that is strongly reminiscent of popular music in the 1980s. (http://www.thepeoplehistory.com/90smusic.html)
  • The “Happy Rock” Years. (negative)

    The “Happy Rock” Years. (negative)
    Helped to pave the way for the “bubblegum pop” that followed in the waning years of the decade. Artists like Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera dominated the mainstream pop music scene well into the late 1990s and beyond. The sexual lyrics and innuendos also came back in the songs of this era that was once popular in the early years of the decade, but they were more blatant than before. http://www.thepeoplehistory.com/90smusic.html
  • Music in North America. (positive)

    Music in North America. (positive)
    Hip hop, Rock , Alternative rock, Garage rock and post-punk revival, Post-grunge, Hard rock and heavy metal, Pop punk, Emo, Pop , Adult contemporary, Contemporary R&B, Country, Electronic music, Jazz, Reggae. All these genra's where making the charts over and over again. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2000s_in_music)
  • Is Protest Music Dead? (negative)

    Is Protest Music Dead? (negative)
    Ever since John Lennon and Yoko Ono led a raucous crowd of flower-toting, peasant-bloused hippies in a pot-hazy chorus of "Give Peace a Chance," it seems to have been a pop axiom: When the United States goes to war, the musicians begin calling for peace. So why, since Sept. 11, have we heard so little new music protesting Bush Junior's war on evil?
  • Death of Johnny and June (Carter) Cash. (negative)

    Death of Johnny and June (Carter) Cash. (negative)
    June Carter Cash died in Nashville, Tennessee, on May 15, 2003, of complications following heart valve replacement surgery, surrounded by her family and her husband of 35 years, Johnny Cash[ (who himself would die less than 4 months later on September 12, 2003). Both are buried in Hendersonville Memory Gardens near their home in Hendersonville, Tennessee. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/June_Carter_Cash#Death)
  • Bieber-Fever. (negative)

    Bieber-Fever. (negative)
    I hate justin Bieber.
    His voice is sooo whinny!
    UUUGGGHHH!
    and every teenage girl just loves looves looves him!
    hence the 'Bieber-Fever'