The Social Realities of Rock ?n' Roll's Birth and the Teenager

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Music and Movies

 

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Don H

 

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November 13, 2013

 

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University

 

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A

 

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The musical style was so powerful that the white audience was infected by it, despite the social stigma that listening to "race music" possessed. The common view of teenagers' participation in the creation of rock ?n' roll as an act of rebellion runs parallel with the music's legendary origins. Through rock ?n' roll, the teenagers of the United States created a generational gap that angered their parents' generation...
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Through rock ?n' roll, the teenagers of the United States created a generational gap that angered their parents' generation. Teenagers rejected kitchy Tin Pan Alley, "Sing Along with Mitch," and the sleepy crooning of Perry Como in favour of sexually charged race music. Historians have taken different approaches to the question of teen rebellion...
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