Rock Through The Flows of History

Rock and Roll
Rock and Roll gradually developed from America and then spread to the whole world in the years 1940-1950. Initially it began to blend between many other genres of the same period, including rhythm and blues, gospel music, and country music.
The social effects of rock n roll music are world-class and inclusive. Not simply a genre, rock n roll influences lifestyle, fashion, attitude, and language. In addition, it plays an important role in reducing civil war wars by both African-American and white-American youths who like this genre.

Rock, a protest culture movement (1963-1974)
In the late years of the 1950s in the United States, beatnik resistance culture (also known as hippy) combined with the anti-war movement against the threat of atomic bombs.

Folk rock
The folk music genre was created by folk music lovers, who liked acoustic instruments, traditional songs and country blues music with messages of social progress. The folk genre was pioneered by Woody Guthrie. Bob Dylan became the first flag for this movement, and his hits such as “Blowin ‘in the Wind” and “Masters of War” brought widespread resistance songs to the masses.

Psychedelic rock (psychedelic rock)
Rock adventure started with folk genre, marked by the introduction of the Holy Modal Rounders in 1964. The background was a jug and folk band, Grateful Dead and Big Brother and The Holding Company became popular in the genre. this. The Fillmore is a typical board for jug ​​groups, in addition to Country Joe and the Fish and Jefferson Airplane. Besides, The Byrds created the “Eight Miles High” hit. 13th Floor Elevators group out of The Psychedelic Sounds of the 13th Floor Elevators album.

Alternative rock (1980-2000)< Alternative rock (also called alternative music, alt-rock or simply alternative, the indie predominantly English name) is a type of rock music that appeared in the 1980s and was widely known in the 1990s. Alternative rock includes many genres emerging from independence music from the 1990s. Alternative rock includes many genres that emerged from independence music since the 1980s, such as grunge, Britpop, gothic rock, and indie pop. Oasis, The Smiths, The Cure, The Pixies, Nirvana, Sonic Youth.

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