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  1. Recorded Music Powerful And Controversial

  2. Timeline • Sheet music/first transmissions in 1800s • Thomas Edison 1877 phonograph • Mary Had a Little Lamb/tinfoil • Alexander Graham Bell graphophone/wax cylinder • Dictation machines/especially in D.C. • Emile Berliner/gramophone/disk instead of cylinder

  3. Timeline • Enrico Caruso 1902 recorded operas • Columbia Phonograph Company introduces two sided disks in 1905 • 1920s African Americans (group that always figures prominently in this medium’s history) help growth • Jazz considered to be corrupting youth • 1925 electric phonograph replaces hand crank

  4. Timeline • 1927 jukebox era begins • Again Depression stops an industry • Radio didn’t help/free music (sound familiar?) • Big Bands • 1940s Frank Sinatra/pop music • 1950s Rock n Roll/Elvis Presley/Sun Records

  5. Timeline • 1955 Blackboard Jungle includes Bill Haley and the Comets “Rock Around the Clock” • Song/film cause sensation and are considered to be corrupting youth (again?) • 1960s The Beatles/British Invasion • In U.S. you have drug culture/Woodstock bands • Country Western/Grand Ole Opry/Loretta Lynn • And others

  6. Timeline • 1970s Disco rules/Saturday Night Fever soundtrack becomes phenomenon • Mid 1970s punk rock in Britain and U.S. • 1981 MTV debuts to small number of markets • Video Killed the Radio Star first video • Pat Benatar first real video star • Then Madonna

  7. Timeline • 1985 US Senate wants records rated and labeled • Parents Music Resource Center PMRC • Led by Tipper Gore • Key lawsuits are filed against musicians and their lyrics influence corrupting children (again?)

  8. Timeline • 1988 Compact Disc sales overtake LP sales • 1990s alternative grunge/Seattle/Nirvana • Gangsta rap/TuPac’s murder • 1999 MP3 hurts sales (remember radio in the Depression?) • 2000 + music conglomerates form

  9. Some ParanoidTerms • Subliminal embeds: Kill! Kill! Kill! • Backmasking: Satan! Oh sweet Satan! • Lyrics that corrupt our youth (again?)

  10. Future? • What do you think? • MP3? • On-line radio? • Satellites?