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Some artists like Carly Simon I expected in the dollar bin since there tend to be a lot of copies of certain discs, but others like Nancy Wilson were complete gems to find. After it was said and done and I was lugging the bag back to the car, I was very happy with the mid-week pop by. On Saturday we decided to pop into RRRecords again. Almost on our way out, Mr. Richard discovered a stash of amazing albums. I had already paid for what we picked out together, but he had all the crate digging luck yesterday and we just needed these so I had him run back and just pay for them rather than setting them aside for next week.
The ideas of appropriation and bastardization often weigh on my mind, as I do listen to a ton of music from outside my culture. To me, there seems to be this very fine line be appropriation and bastardization in music, Girls & Cars - Jimmy Cliff - Hanging Fire (Vinyl. The difference being that I view appropriation as an outside mainly using a culture to make money or headlines and bastardization is a step further, like in case of black face.
What would I do if I had LP) music career? Likely a sound more influenced by hip hop that Greek folk songs. Is that okay? How do you balance your influences and how you present yourself on stage? The combination of yes people and more money can corrupt people into creating an image to be trendy, so would that happen to me? Sub cultures and underground scenes especially. How do you appreciate a culture and love it so much and not steal and bastardize it? In music, appropriation is the use of borrowed elements aspects or techniques in the creation of a new piece, and is an example of cultural appropriation the adoption of elements of one culture by members of a different cultural group.
Since at least the Renaissance, musicians, composers, music publishers have been part of a wide-ranging and continuous process of cultural appropriation that developed in the wake of the European colonization of America, Africa, Asia and Oceania. This trend continued in 18th and 19th century with folk-dance crazes. Beginning around the turn of the 20th century, the invention of sound recording and motion pictures enabled American mass-entertainment culture to begin to develop into a major global economic and cultural force.
Simultaneous with this process, two emerging streams of non-Western music—African-American music and Latin music—were discovered by American and European audiences, and they were rapidly appropriated by the mainstream music industry. Over the next hundred years these two broad genres were to have a massive transformative effect on the structure of popular music and the direction of the music industry.
In the s working-class dancers, composers and musicians in the La Boca area of Buenos Aires in Argentina invented a daring and sensual new dance style which was dubbed the tango. More Girls & Cars - Jimmy Cliff - Hanging Fire (Vinyl less simultaneous with the tango craze, a novel African-American style known as ragtime emerged in the United States. Ragtime and then early jazz transformed American popular music—the work of songwriters like George Gershwin was crucially shaped by their appropriation of influences from African-American music—and these genres also strongly influenced many European classical composers.
Alongside the emergence of jazz, beginning aroundHawaiian music reached the mainstream pop market in the United States. The Hawaiian style or, more often, Western imitations of it became a major music fad, retaining a significant audience following from the s to the s. Hawaiian music was itself a complex mixture of European, native Hawaiian and other Polynesian influences.
The blending of Latin rhythms and instrumental jazz was pioneered by established American musicians like Duke Ellington. Latin beats rapidly became an essential part of the rhythmical vocabulary of American popular music, providing composers and musicians with a vastly enhanced repertoire of beats and meters.
During the s and s, newly appropriated Latin music genres created a series of music movements and dance crazes, including the merengue, the samba, and the rumba. In the late s, repeating the impact of the tango, a seductive new music style called bossa nova emerged from Brazil and it soon swept the world, exerting a huge effect over the course of Western pop and jazz over the next decade and beyond.
They scored a US Top 20 hit with their studio version, and had further success with a live version, which led to it being covered by The Kingston Trio in Sadly, by then Linda had long since died in poverty.
Solomon Linda is shown below. Although there was some criticism of the electronic treatments Jones applied to the recordings in post-production, the LP was one of the first recordings released in the pop market that showcased traditional Moroccan music.
George was captivated by the sound of LP) instrument; he soon developed a profound interested in Indian music, culture and spirituality, and sparked a trend by taking sitar lessons from Indian sitar virtuoso Ravi Shankar. Other musicians were attempting similar fusions at the time. The style gained wider popularity that year with the cult success of the Jamaican movie The Harder They Come, which starred reggae musician Jimmy Cliff, who also wrote and performed much of the soundtrack album.
His evocative English-language adaptation of a traditional 18th-century Peruvian folk melody by Jorge Michelberg gave many listeners their first taste of the flavor of Peruvian folk music. These musicians performed on the subsequent concert tours, as did two other special guests, exiled South African music legends Miriam Makeba and Hugh Masekela. Simon received some criticism for his decision to record in South Africa which was being economically boycotted by most Western nations for its Apartheid policies.
Hip hop music began as an underground urban phenomenon in the s, achieved mass popular success by the late s and early s, and by the end of the century it had become dominant over rock as the largest selling style of pop music and the primary musical export of the United States.
Samples in hip hop are typically only brief snippets of the original, though they often utilize the most recognizable riff or hook of the song.
Many hip hop songs sample other forms of African American music, as well. Hank Shocklee of the influential hip hop group Public Enemy has publicly debated the practice with funk bandleader George Clinton, who sued Public Enemy for sampling one of his songs without permission.
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