Escaping into the Seventies

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Escaping into the Seventies. Chpt . 13 History of Rock and Roll. Miles Ahead. At the turn of the decade, performers continued to fuse rock with other musical forms such as jazz. . Blood Sweat & Tears . Jazz Rock group Organized by Al Kooper Used to back Bob Dylan Blues-based music - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Escaping into the Seventies

Escaping into the SeventiesChpt. 13History of Rock and RollMiles AheadAt the turn of the decade, performers continued to fuse rock with other musical forms such as jazz. Blood Sweat & Tears Jazz Rock group

Organized by Al KooperUsed to back Bob Dylan

Blues-based music

Complemented by horns

Blood Sweat & Tears

Chicago Began in 1966 as Big Thing Changed their name in 1969 to Chicago Transit AuthorityCreated political jazz rock albumincluded protest chants from the 1968 Democratic National Convention Eventually changed their name to Chicago

Chicago Transit Authority

Miles DavisSpearheaded the cool jazz movement

Created framework for jazz rock experiment

Blended the 1960s jazz sound with electric rock

Bitches Brew Miles Davis

Head Hunters Started by Herbie Hancock Played piano for Miles Davis Defined and shaped the sound of the 1970s jazz-rock fusion.

Stevie WonderBlind Reinvigorated the sweet soul sound Product of Motown Chart topper in 1963 with Fingertips (Part 2)Harmonica21- received $1 million from his trust fund Renegotiated with Motown and secure nearly complete artistic freedom and publishing rightsSweet Seventies Soul

Gamble and Huff Producers Created a silky sound of smooth vocals embellished with strings and hornsTeamed up with CBS Records president Clive Davis to start Philadelphia International Records

Philadelphia International OJays First formed in 1958Back Stabbers

MFSBPhiladelphia International Records House Band Mother, Father, Sister, BrotherTheme song for the television show Soul Train Gamble and Huff labeled the song T.S.O.P (1974): The Sound of PhiladelphiaAccurately defining 1970s soul

Marvin Gaye First recorded with MotownDid not desert the social protest1971 Whats Goin On?Several songs addressing inner-city unrest and the toll of the Vietnam War

The other side of Marvin GayeSexually charged Lets Get it OnMany present day sexy lyrics are written about Marvin Gaye Shot and killed by his father, Rev. Marvin Gaye Sr. after a heated argument.

Seventies Folk Crosby Stills & Nash

Classic Rock King Crimson Pink Floyd

Classic Rock