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Rock & Roll ’50 ’60 – Full Album – Vintage Music Songs
l rock and roll (spesso scritto anche con la grafia rock & roll o rock ‘n’ roll) è un genere della popular music nato negli Stati Uniti tra la fine degli anni quaranta e l’inizio degli anni cinquanta, originato dal blues, dal bluegrass, dal country, dall’R&B, dal jazz, dal gospel e, in misura minore, dal folk.
Attorno alla metà degli anni sessanta, il rock and roll si evolse in quello stile più generico e internazionale chiamato “musica rock”, sebbene abbia continuato a essere definito spesso con il nome di rock and roll.
Anche se elementi di rock and roll riecheggiano nelle registrazioni country del 1930 e nei dischi blues dal 1920, il genere acquisì il suo nome non prima del 1950.Una delle prime forme di rock and roll fu il rockabilly, che unì country e jazz, con influenze di musica tradizionale folk degli Appalachi e di gospel.Nei primi anni in questa musica, il pianoforte ed il sassofono erano spesso gli strumenti principali, ma, nel corso degli anni, questi vennero progressivamente sostituiti da chitarre elettriche. Il ritmo è essenzialmente boogie-woogie, con un accentuato backbeat, quest’ultimo quasi sempre fornito da un rullante; la formazione classica di una band di rock ‘n’ roll comprende storicamente anche una voce (spesso anche con armonizzazioni vocali o cori), oltre che un basso ed una batteria.
Il rock and roll raggiunse una vasta popolarità nel 1960, avendo un ampio impatto sociale. Bobby Gillespie scrive che «Quando Chuck Berry cantava “Hail, hail, rock and roll, deliver me from the days of old”, questo era esattamente quello che la musica stava facendo. Chuck Berry fu il fautore di quella evasione globale psichica chiamata rock ‘n’ roll.» Ben oltre un semplice stile musicale, il rock and roll, come si vede nei film e in televisione, ha influenzato stili di vita, moda, atteggiamenti e linguaggio, originando inoltre altri sottogeneri musicali. Il termine “rock and roll” assume almeno due significati: sia l’American Heritage Dictionary che il Webster’s Dictionary lo definiscono come sinonimo di musica rock. Allwords.com, tuttavia, si riferisce con questo termine specificatamente alla musica degli anni 1950.
1) Bob Luman Hello Baby 00:00:00,00
2) Ritchie Valens Come On, Let’s Go 00:01:50,15
3) Roy Orbison Ooby Dooby 00:03:50,17
4) Etta James Tough Lover 00:06:00,14
5) Joe Bennett Black Slacks 00:08:08,16
6) Arvee Allens Fast Freight 00:10:14,12
7) Johnny Burnette I Love My Baby 00:12:10,13
8) The Bobbettes Mr. Lee 00:13:47,23
9) Elvis Presley I Got Stung 00:15:59,18
10) Bill Haley Crazy Man Crazy 00:17:48,19
11) Bobby Knox & Jimmy Browen Party Doll 00:20:25,17
12) Johnny Tillotson Well I’m Your Man 00:22:35,09
13) Hank Ballard The Twist 00:24:49,08
14) Sheb Wooley The Purple People Eate 00:27:22,19
15) Buddy Holly Oh Boy! 00:29:34,18
16) Johnny Otis Willie And The Hand Jive 00:31:40,13
17) Eddie Cochran Jeannie, Jeannie, Jeannie 00:34:13,05
18) Elvis Presley Jailhouse Rock 00:36:33,10
19) Don & Dewey Koko Joe 00:39:03,01
20) Chuck Berry No Particular Place To Go 00:41:13,05
21) Frankie Avalon Venus 00:43:53,11
22) Gene Vincent Bluejean Bop 00:46:12,06
23) Fats Domino I’m In Love Again 00:48:33,05
24) Boyd Bennett Seventeen 00:50:26,10
25) The Clovers Love Potion No. 9 00:52:30,01
26)The Champs Tequila 00:54:19,24
27) Brenda Lee Let The Four Winds Blow 00:56:28,09
28) Cliff Richard High Class Baby 00:58:34,03
29) Ray Charles I Got a Woman 01:00:41,22
30) Bill Haley Hot Dog Buddy Buddy 01:03:29,24
31) Charlie Rich Gentle As A Lamb 01:06:03,24
32) Amos Milburn Chicken Shack Boogie 01:08:48,15
33) Bobby Darin Oo-Ee Train 01:11:16,20
34) Elvis Presley All Shook Up 01:13:21,04
35) Tommy Sands Man, Like Wow 01:15:16,20
36) Jerry Lee Lewis Breathless 01:17:05,13
37) Buddy Holly Not Fade Away 01:19:45,21
38) Bobby Day Rockin’ Robin 01:22:00,16
39) Link Wray Rumble 01:24:33,14
40) Carl Perkins Glad All Over 01:26:58,09
41) Chuck Berry Rock And Roll Music 01:28:37,22
42) Little Richard Lucille 01:31:07,24
43) The Monotones Book Of Love 01:33:30,08
44) Duane Eddy Night Train To Memphis 01:35:48,09
45) Conway Twitty My Babe 01:37:36,14
46) Jackie Wilson Reet Petite 01:40:08,01
47) Don Gibson If You Don’t Know It 01:42:48,01
48) Bob Luman Johnny B. Goode 01:44:58,16
49) Ricky Nelson Shirley Lee 01:47:47,13
50) Dale Hawkins Back To School Blues 01:49:45,09
Best 50 Rock Songs Of The Week – April 15, 2017 (Billboard Hot Rock Songs Chart)
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Genres: alternative rock, art rock, beat, experimental rock, garage rock, glam rock, hard rock, heartland rock, heavy metal, indie rock, new wave, post-punk, post-rock, progressive rock, proto-punk, psychedelic rock, punk rock, roots rock, soft rock, Southern rock, surf.
This week’s most popular rock songs, based on radio airplay audience impressions as measured by Nielsen Music, sales data as compiled by Nielsen Music and streaming activity data from online music sources tracked by Nielsen Music.
Official chart by Billboard: http://www.billboard.com/charts/rock-songs
Rock and roll became known in the Soviet Union in the 1960s and quickly broke free from its western roots. According to many music critics, its “golden age” years were the 1980s (especially the era of perestroika), when the Soviet underground rock bands could release their records officially. The great majority of the bands perform in the Russian language.
In the 1980s an underground scene of rock artists emerged that based their style on a mix of Western rock music (particularly those from the 1960s and 70s but also, increasingly, those that emerged from the Western punk rock and New Wave) and the Russian bard tradition. Such bands as Alisa, Agata Kristi, Autograph, Kino, Mashina Vremeni, Nautilus Pompilius, Aquarium, Krematorij, Grazhdanskaya Oborona, Voskreseniye, Secret, Piknik, and DDT were influential in the development of the genre, with the consequent artists influenced by their style.
I’m honest listener of this kind of music, I hope that you like it, you buy it and, pleasure for you and sincere greetings !!Best *Folk *Songs Ever..15….!!!Folk songs
1.Handy Man-James Taylor 00:00:00
2.Song Sung Blue-Nell Diamond 00:03:16
3.Greenfields-The Brothers Four 00:06:49
4.Sunshine on my shoulder-John Denver 00:09:47
5.Devoted to you-The Everly Brothers 00:13:52
6.You’ve got a friend-James Taylor 00:16:20
7.If-The Bread 00:21:20
8.Love me tender-Elvis Presley 00:24:04
9.Scarborough Fair-Simon & Garfunkel 00:26:52
10.Puff-Peter Paul & Mary 00:29:52
11.San Francisco-Scott Mckenzie 00:33:07
12.Donna-Donna-Dolly Willson 00:36:06
13.Your cheatin’ heart-Elvis Presley 00:39:16
14.As tears go by-Marianne Faithfull 00:41:59
15.Today-Linda Ferguson 00:45:03…American folk musicAmerican folk music is a musical term that encompasses numerous genres, many of which are known as traditional music, traditional folk music, contemporary folk music or roots music. Many traditional songs have been sung within the same family or folk group for generations, and can sometimes be traced back to such places of origin as Great Britain, Europe, or Africa. Mike Seeger once famously commented that the definition of American folk music is “All the music that fits between the cracks.”
Roots music is a broad category of music including bluegrass, gospel, old time music, jug bands, Appalachian folk, blues, Cajun and Native American music. The music is considered American either because it is native to the United States or because it developed there, out of foreign origins, to such a degree that it struck musicologists as something distinctly new. It is considered “roots music” because it served as the basis of music later developed in the United States, including rock and roll, rhythm and blues, and jazz.Emaanuell&L&I&M&S&BE Music&ArtistCivanovizz
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Entire live performance of Jack Bruce (Died RIP), Eric Clapton and Ginger Baker at the Cream reunion tour concert at Royal Albert Hall, London England, taken from four shows in May 2005. Song setlist:
1 I’m So Glad (James) (0:49)
2 Spoonful (Dixon) (6:24)
3 Outside Woman Blues (Reynolds) (13:58)
4 Pressed Rat and Warthog (Baker, Taylor) (19:00)
5 Sleepy Time Time (Bruce, Godfrey) (28:43)
6 N.S.U. (Bruce) (32:00)
7 Badge (Clapton, Harrison) (35:00)
8 Politician (Bruce, Brown) (39:21)
9 Sweet Wine (Baker, Godfrey) (44:22)
10 Rollin’ and Tumblin’ (Waters) (51:00)
11 Stormy Monday (Walker) (57:00)
12 Deserted Cities of the Heart (Bruce, Brown) (1:05:04)
13 Born Under a Bad Sign (Jones, Bell) (1:09:15)
14 We’re Going Wrong (Bruce) (1:15:00)
Hi-Def dedication to the memory of Jack Bruce (died 10/25/2014), one of the world’s greatest rock bass players.
December 2016 update: Guitar deity Eric Clapton, hampered by a painful nerve disorder in his hands in recent years, announced what he says are his final American concerts. The four shows, two at the 20,000-seat Madison Square Garden in New York on March 19-20, 2017 and his final pair at the 17,500-seat Los Angeles Forum in Inglewood, CA on March 25-26, will take place within days of Clapton’s 72nd birthday on March 30.
Clapton also scheduled what might be a final trio of gigs May 22, 24 and 25 in his favorite venue, the 5,300-seat Royal Albert Hall in London.
Clapton’s band consists of drummer Steve Gadd and bassist Nathan East (both have been with him for years), backup singers Sharon White and Michelle John, keyboardist Walt Richmond and Joe Cocker pianist Chris Stainton, who has been in his band since 1979.