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por Katlyn Popp (2021-06-01)


Green Day has their roots in pop-punk, which they dominated in the 1990's. They took that fame and vision to a whole new level with a one-two hit of rock operas: first, American Idiot, followed by 21st Century Breakdown. Both illuminated the decadence of American culture, with catchy hooks and subversive lyrics. They simultaneously affirmed pop artists as cultural critics and sold out stadiums around the world. Decrying the state of the world has never been so fashionable and rocking.

1200px-191216_Stray_Kids_for_JYP_Ent_AudWhat's that you say? You don't play any musical instruments? You don't know how to read music? No problem, most pop stars today are in the same boat as you. I went to my local Best Buy and put down $60 on a music program called Magix. It gave me a library of sample music, everything from drum beats, guitar rifts, and techno rhythms. It actually says on the box, and this time it's not just for the sale, no joke, it says Digital DJ, anyone can become a DJ, and that's just an excerpt. The rest sounds like a 2nd graders color by numbers using Magix, the help, the instructions, the easy and user friendly features.

When you download music, pop is going to be the genre that gives you the most choice. Because pop stands for 'popular' it can be made up of just about anything. But we all think of pop as a genre of music that isn't too serious. The tunes aren't overly complicated and the lyrics are light. In other words, pop is light music that usually appeals to a wide range of ages. At times pop tunes can be a bit too frivolous and then it's easy to make of these. But pop groups have contributed to the spirit of an entire generation. You only have to think of golden oldies by Abba and the Beatles. Their axeg will live forever. In fact, they keep getting more and more popular as time goes by.

"She Loves You," (1963). The Beatles. Though not an American group, they had an enormous influence on the history of American music and the pop culture of the 1960s. "I Wanna Hold your Hand" was their first U.S. hit in January, 1964, and was followed almost immediately by this song. The two songs taken together illustrate the innovative quality of the Beatles in terms of melody, song structure and vocal harmonic style. "She Loves You," however, was the more iconic of the two, with its "Yeah, Yeah, Yeah" refrain that came to symbolize this genre. The British Invasion that followed changed music history.

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What's that you say? You don't play any musical instruments? You don't know how to read music? No problem, most pop stars today are in the same boat as you. I went to my local Best Buy and put down $60 on a music program called Magix. It gave me a library of sample music, everything from drum beats, guitar rifts, and techno rhythms. It actually says on the box, and this time it's not just for the sale, no joke, it says Digital DJ, anyone can become a DJ, and that's just an excerpt. The rest sounds like a 2nd graders color by numbers using Magix, the help, the instructions, the easy and user friendly features.

So, I guess Chet latched on to a few of my songs that he liked. I know he liked "Vincent" quite a bit. I'm not sure "Vincent" is all that great a melody.

When I got going, I was pulling instruments out of attics all around town. Someone's grandmother might have one and they'd bring over this thing that had been in the attic for 30 years. I was a magnet pulling out guitars and banjos from attics.

In 1953 the top of the pop charts was full of names like Patty Page, Perry Como, Tony Bennett, Eddie Fisher, Les Baxter, and the Ames Brothers. These were all great artists without a doubt, but they belonged to the grown-ups and not the kids. They sang songs like, "How Much is that Doggie (in the Window)", "April in Portugal", and "Song From Moulin Rouge". These weren't necessarily bad songs, but they no longer spoke to this new breed of teenagers.