Rock history
In general, the history of rock music has its roots in the distant past. The term "rock music" is a generic name for the many directions of modern rock. Also…

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How, why did a new style of music come about, how did it all begin? (part 4)
CONCLUSION So what is rock? Rock is a real art. And like every serious art, rock music raises all the issues of human existence, trying to solve them in its…

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The procession of rock (part 6)
His sports career ended on its own and Lars was also seriously engaged in percussion. A year later he came across an ad in the newspaper: a certain James Hetfield…

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duplications

Glam rock

Glam rock (Eng. Glam rock, from glamorous – “spectacular”) is a genre of rock music that originated in the UK in the early 1970s. and became one of the dominant styles of the first half of that decade. Glam rock performers had a catchy look, embodied through the theatrical effectiveness of strange costumes, the abundant use of makeup, androgynous look. Musically, glam rock was heterogeneous, combining rock and roll, hard rock, art rock and pop music. Elements of the image of glam rock had a significant impact on disco, punk and the new wave. Glam rock is also popular under the name glitter rock (English glitter rock, “brilliant rock”). Continue reading

How, why did a new style of music come about, how did it all begin? (part 3)
“What are Western rock bands singing about?” Not a lot has already been written about the texts of songs of the “hard rock” style in my work, and we could…

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How, why did a new style of music come about, how did it all begin? (part 2)
ROCK FESTIVALS - MMFM'89 So, what is hard rock promoting now, what ideas does it advocate? Before talking about the texts of some groups, I must say a few words…

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The procession of rock (part 5)
Dublin bands that made a name for themselves in the mid-80s left an imprint of Irish folk ballads on a rock and roll guitar base. The success was so impressive…

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The procession of rock (part 3)
Hard rock, like rock and roll in its time, was sharp and aggressive, but unlike punk, it implies good command of instruments, and in it aggressiveness is present not as…

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