 British Invasion
 Soul and Motown
 Electrified folk.
 Rock.
 British Invasion: Muddy Waters tours
England, influencing growing
generation of British players.
 Brits played an appro...
 The Beatles – Paul Mcartney, John
Lennon.
 The Rolling Stones.- Mick Jagger, Keith
Richards.
 A black owned record label (Berry
Gordy) based in Detroit.
 Stevie Wonder, Diana Ross, Smokey
Robinson.
 A conscious e...
 Influential soul/funk
singer.
 Music
characterised by
blues vamps with
melodic bass lines.
 Revolutionised the
solo si...
 Folk tradition was established in 50s.
 Consisted of solo performer, usually
accomp. by guitar.
 With the adoption of ...
 Jimi Hendrix guitar phenom who introduced
 different textures to guitar playing.
 Wah- Wah pedal, fuzz box….
 Other g...
 Baraka, Amiri. Blues People: Negro Music
in White America. New York: W. Morrow,
1963. Print.
 Starr, Larry, and Christo...
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Pop music the 60s

Music History II at Barbados Community College.
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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  • 1.  British Invasion  Soul and Motown  Electrified folk.  Rock.
  • 2.  British Invasion: Muddy Waters tours England, influencing growing generation of British players.  Brits played an approximation of R&B/Rock and Roll.
  • 3.  The Beatles – Paul Mcartney, John Lennon.  The Rolling Stones.- Mick Jagger, Keith Richards.
  • 4.  A black owned record label (Berry Gordy) based in Detroit.  Stevie Wonder, Diana Ross, Smokey Robinson.  A conscious effort to produce authentic black music with commercial appeal.  Artists heavily influenced by African American gospel and R&B.  Similar type of music produced by Stax and Atlantic.(Aretha Franklin)
  • 5.  Influential soul/funk singer.  Music characterised by blues vamps with melodic bass lines.  Revolutionised the solo singer dance performer.
  • 6.  Folk tradition was established in 50s.  Consisted of solo performer, usually accomp. by guitar.  With the adoption of technology this medium became electrified giving birth to alternate form of producing music.  Key Figures: Bob Dylan, Jodi Mitchell.
  • 7.  Jimi Hendrix guitar phenom who introduced  different textures to guitar playing.  Wah- Wah pedal, fuzz box….  Other guitarists- Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page,  Jeff Beck (Yardbirds) and George Harrison (Beatles)  These textural differences created the Rock  sound opened the door the explorations in the 1970s.
  • 8.  Baraka, Amiri. Blues People: Negro Music in White America. New York: W. Morrow, 1963. Print.  Starr, Larry, and Christopher A. Waterman. American Popular Music: From Minstrelsy to Mp3. New York: Oxford University Press, 2007. Print.