1980s Rock MusicRock music of the 1980s
1980' s Rock INDIEce 1974
After the gang of the greatest and their taste I fell in love at first sight with the Kate Bush "Warrior" from the video clip of Babooshka. This music, visually decorated in the style of Conan the Barbarian or Excalibur, sounded absolutely new and different than anything I had ever stolen from them here and there, the biggest of the holiday society.
The discouraged lady who animated the late afternoon tape, in addition to the magical voice that, from the little I could understand, was a very rare commodity in the field of light music, also possessed something: she seemed to enjoy doing what she wanted to come, questioning everything that had passed and going after it on the color screen.
When Babooshka came into my life, waving my dreams and making me an adult, I was confronted with my peers about their musical tastes. No... what you guys hear is baby stuff. And then, while he's dancing, you see everything! > Things for connoisseurs, things for real men. Or rather, for real little men, considering the early age at which I was chained despite myself.
Kate always did what she wanted with the notes and challenged the market forecasts and recordings. My invitation to all who have to do with music today is to take an example from her and to continue to be convinced to realize her dreams and projects in the name of the most exalted source of entertainment and joy, music.
You can be sure Doc and Kate Fairy will be watching over you!
This is the program designed by teacher Peter Dulborough and his presentation: .
A short thematic discussion course for a journey into the world of British music from the fabulous fifties to the mythical nineties. The Questo è il programa pensiato dall'insegnante Peter Dulborough e la sua presentazione: Six independent studios dealing with British rock music, taking into account the changes in society and politics in each ten years.
As a basis for discussion and the exchange of ideas. Music is the main focus as a discussion medium in the classroom. Every two weeks pupils are asked to discuss and exchange comments and responses to the music of the time. This is a little bit of a lesson for those who are curious about rock music and know very little and for professionals!
Changing from singles to albums and conceptual albums with Sergeant Peper. Changing your gear and your record process leads to loud rock sound and heavier music. Glam Rock and identity in new forms of expression. Back to Basics' music with access to music + resemblances of punks and reggae and outsider music.
Social crises and changes in politics at the beginning of the 80s with Thatcherism and atomic tensions. Response to "commercial" music and growing alternate scenes and band.