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71: Barbie 2
... ever created. That is because she is always changing when the fashion and trends change. She wears everything from the Paris fashion to the more youthful look. For example the creaters changed her when the Beatles were popular and they made a copy of Jackie Kennedy when she was popular. In the 1970s Barbie wore very different clothes just to be trendy. She for example wore glittery disco outfits and got ...
72: The 1960s
... successful. Many Hippies considered Dylan as a spokesman for their beliefs. Drugs were also themes in many bands songs. Jimmy Hendrix's "Purple Haze" is about marijuana. "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds," is a Beatles song about LSD. The Grateful Dead also took part in the fad with their song "Casey Jones," with lyrics such as "High on Cocaine" and "You better watch your Speed." Besides their music and drugs ...
73: Rock And Roll
... from the ones of other rock and roll stars. “He was a musician, not a rock star, and with his popularity, he proved that sleek, sexy looks were not essential for rock success.”13 The Beatles, among other rock sensations would later copy Holly’s style and use it for themselves. His music would prove to be the inspiration for a lot of the 60’s British Invasion. Don McLean hit ...
74: Come As You Are The Nirvana St
... says Wendy. Kurt was used in a war between his parents. He often would live with his aunt or some one else in his family. Kurt soon started listening to his fathers Led Zeppelin and Beatles records. On Kurt's four tenth birth day his uncle bought him his first guitar. Kurt started hanging around with a guy named Buzz Osborne. Kurt roadied for Buzz's band the Melvins. Osborne took ...
75: A Wild Sheep Chase
... in smoking, drinking, and eating in bars, cafes, and restaurants. He dresses with casual chic and frequents the movies regularly. His tastes in music and reading materials, though predominantly popular, are disarmingly eclectic - from the Beatles to Mozart, from Sherlock Holmes to Nietzsche - in the postmodern way of leveling elite/popular boundaries. Boku is far from gregarious, yet by no means a true loner; he is by all counts a likable ...
76: Anything Is Possible
... Angela and Patty. A little more than a month had passed and I had promised to visit the girls. I decided to visit them tomorrow. As I drove to the hospital, listening to an old Beatles tape, I was in a good mood. Angela and Patty would be surprised to see me and I couldn’t wait to see them. I parked my car and walked up the steps to the ...
77: Multiculturalism In Music
... influential musician of this time was Chuck Berry. Berry was one of the first rhythm and blues performers to have an interracial audience, and a heavy influence in the future careers of the Rolling Stones, Beatles, and Beach Boys. This new and exiting form of musical expression was taken in by the youth. It gave them a feeling of freedom and joy that had been lacking from previous music styles. Although ...
78: History Of Philippine Cinema
... The “Big Four” studios were replaced by new and independent producers who soon made up the rest of the film industry. The decade also saw the emergence of the youth revolt best represented by the Beatles and the rock and roll revolution. They embodied the wanting to rebel against adult institutions and establishments. Certain new film genres were conceived just to cater to this “revolt”. Fan movies such as those of ...
79: Dave Matthews Band, The Most Compelling Band Around
... percussion music, and listening to artists such as King Sunny Ade, Salif Keita, and Hugh Masekala. When he moved to America, he spent his time soaking up Western rock, pop, and funk, listening to the Beatles, and Pink Floyd, among others. Dave plays the acoustic guitar for the band, as well as the vocals. (The Officials Dave Matthews Band Website) The ways he plays the guitar and sings is how he ...
80: Banned And Censored Music
... the fifties and sixties. In April of 1971 Officials in Illinois released a list of popular music that contained drug references. The list included the popular children's song "Puff The Magic Dragon" and the Beatles "Yellow Submarine," (The 1970’s 1) This is so absurd. These officials must really have had a lot of time on their hands to sit around and turn around the words to these wonderful children ...

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