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The real rock and roll is the action that connects. The Beatles’ Ed Sullivan Show appearance on February 9, 1964 is now believed to be the most watched American television broadcast in history, even though it did not even capture the attention of the nation’s youth. The show saw one of the most popular musicians of the era, Bob Dylan, perform on stage for the first time. …The first appearance of all rock ‘n’ roll music on television….The first major television audience to see Jimi Hendrix perform….We’re looking at the most watched American television broadcast, according to the Nielsen ratings in 1964.  . The first appearance of all rock ‘n’ roll music on television.  . The first major television audience to see Jimi Hendrix perform. The Beatles’ Ed Sullivan Show appearance on February 9, 1964 is now believed to be the most watched American television broadcast in history, even though it did not even capture the attention of the nation’s youth. The show saw one of the most popular musicians of the era, Bob Dylan, perform on stage for the first time. In the last three decades there has been an explosion in popular music. There are more popular music videos than ever before. On the news and on television, music has become a regular feature. And it is impossible for us to listen to the music we love without learning about what is happening to music at the same time. Is the music industry moving closer to the imagined paradise in which music is treated more as a cultural commodity than as a creator of cultural value?

Is the art world moving closer to the imagined paradise in which art is treated more as a commodity than as a creator of cultural value? Would more and more people listen to music more if they got paid for it?  . I want to discuss a number of problems in our understanding of the history of popular music, including the history of rock ‘n’ roll music. I argue that the study of popular music must begin with a detailed understanding of its history. I want to question the tendency to treat popular music as the subject of two events: Rock ‘n’ roll, and the birth of the modern music industry, around 1920. I want to question this in part because of the historical and analytical problems it raises. Is popular music a truly unique development? Why was the “English” version of rock ‘n’ roll, surf music, so much more powerful than its continental, jazz-influenced counterpart? Why are

 

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