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HOW MUSIC REFLECTS GENERATIONAL IDENTITIES
How Music Reflects Generational
Identities
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Music is an highly expressive form of art



Allows individuals to express ...
The 60’s Most
Prolific Bands
 The Beatles
 Elvis Presley
 The Rolling Stones
 The Doors
 Dion
 Beach Boys

 Righteo...
60’s Counter-Culture

The Beatles
•

•

Came to be the Most
prominent band of the
“Psychedelic
Revolution”
Brought Counter...
Music and the Counter-Cultural
Revolution


Music expressed a unmistakable sense of Idealism



Music was deeply connect...
The New
Millennia's Most
Prolific Bands
 50 Cent
 Usher
 Nickelback

 Maroon5
 Pink
 Eminem
 Beyonce
 Green Day
 ...
The Peak of Rap, Hip-Hop, and Pop

Eminem
•

Voiced opposition to
the Bush administration
with the song Mosh

•

Satirical...
Comparisons

1960’s

New Millennia



Generally a high degree of originality
and experimentation in popular music



Gen...
Conclusions


New millennia's music may seem egocentric



But the 60’s had music that wasn’t part of “Counter-Culture”
...
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  1. 1. Transitional Tunes HOW MUSIC REFLECTS GENERATIONAL IDENTITIES
  2. 2. How Music Reflects Generational Identities  Music is an highly expressive form of art  Allows individuals to express there opinions in a more straightforeword manor then perhaps any other art form  The Popularity of music allows a variety of people to be exposed to an artists opinion or critique  People who enjoy a certain band probably resonate with the bands ideology
  3. 3. The 60’s Most Prolific Bands  The Beatles  Elvis Presley  The Rolling Stones  The Doors  Dion  Beach Boys  Righteous Brothers  5th Dimension  Herman’s Hermits  Big Brothers
  4. 4. 60’s Counter-Culture The Beatles • • Came to be the Most prominent band of the “Psychedelic Revolution” Brought CounterCultural attitudes to a wider audience The Doors • Embodied generational struggle • “We want the world and we want it now” • Iconoclastic • Anti-Authoritarian The Rolling Stones • Anti-Authoritarian • Iconoclastic • Personified the rebelliousness of youth • Embodiment of 60’s Counter-Cultural experience
  5. 5. Music and the Counter-Cultural Revolution  Music expressed a unmistakable sense of Idealism  Music was deeply connected to the anti-war movement  Music expanded to form new genres that would come to dominate popular music  This shows that listeners wanted to diverge from the culture of their parents
  6. 6. The New Millennia's Most Prolific Bands  50 Cent  Usher  Nickelback  Maroon5  Pink  Eminem  Beyonce  Green Day  Justin Timberlake  Black Eyed Peas
  7. 7. The Peak of Rap, Hip-Hop, and Pop Eminem • Voiced opposition to the Bush administration with the song Mosh • Satirical music, pokedfun at popular icons • Opinionated 50 Cent • “Get Rich or Die Tryin’” • Oblivious sense of materialism in his music Justin Timberlake • Changed musical style based on already popular music
  8. 8. Comparisons 1960’s New Millennia  Generally a high degree of originality and experimentation in popular music  General lack of distinction in popular music, usually on/off trends  Social and political issues intertwined with popular music  Built off of music genres already firmly established  Growing popularity of new genres
  9. 9. Conclusions  New millennia's music may seem egocentric  But the 60’s had music that wasn’t part of “Counter-Culture”  Maybe these more egocentric musicians aren’t the true voice of the Millennial’s  Maybe our music will only be fully realized in retrospect

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