MUS 570D

Test Three Study Guide
(British Invasion, Folk Rock, Soul, Motown, San Francisco)

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There will be five listening examples.  You will be asked to state the usual: song title, artist/band, and a couple of musical characteristics/decade.

Most questions will be multiple choice.  A couple are fill-in-the-blank or short answer.

Know who inspired British artists, such as the Beatles and Rolling Stones.

In regard to the Beatles and Stones, know what general camp each represented, and what types of groups each ultimately inspired.

Be able to describe Altamont ...

From a list of many groups, be able to identify which groups were among the British invaders. (Refer to the various tables in the text: 7-1 & 7-2, etc.)

Know who is credited with the "invention" of folk rock–both a solo artist and a group.

Know why Dylan fans were upset when they heard Subterranean Homesick Blues.

From a list of many groups, be able to identify which groups were among the folk rockers.

Be familiar with/know general info re the following names:

James Brown

Aretha Franklin

Ahmet Ertegun

Motown and its various artists

Holland-Dozier-Holland

Janis Joplin

Jimi Hendrix

Jim Morrison/The Doors

Jerry Garcia/The Grateful Dead

Berry Gordy, Jr.

Stevie Wonder

Be able to describe some of the characteristics of the San Francisco acid rock/acid music scene.

Be able to name artists associated with the San Francisco scene.

Be able to name artists associated with acid rock outside the San Francisco area.

Know which rock group went back on its word to Ed Sullivan.

Know which three famous rockers died within the space of one year’s time.

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