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Alexis Glears and Erik Kyser NAAAHP Conference 2011 Hampton University SAME BEAT DIFFERENT SOUND: A HISTORY OF AFRICAN AMERICAN MUSIC.

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1 Alexis Glears and Erik Kyser NAAAHP Conference 2011 Hampton University SAME BEAT DIFFERENT SOUND: A HISTORY OF AFRICAN AMERICAN MUSIC

2 Name that Genre

3 FOLK Making It Work With What You Got

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5 ODETTA Born in Birmingham Finian's Rainbow The BIG City & Fantasy Records Folk Songs with Vanguard Records African American Music Legend

6 Long Live the Folk! Pop Punk Rock Hip-Hop

7 Name that Genre

8 Funk

9 Early 1960’s Civil rights era Vietnam war Upbeat and rich sounds of funk produced a feeling of positive strength, power and humanity in the black community

10 What is Funk? Intense groove Strong bass guitar riffs and bass lines New Technology Wah-wah pedal Common Instruments Bass guitar – Electric guitar – Drums – Keyboards (hammond organ, clavinet, synthesizer) – Horns, Congas

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12 People You Should Know James Brown One of the founding fathers “Out of Sight” Isley Brothers P-Funk / Funkadelic Parliament George Clinton Bootsy Collins

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14 Future of Funk Influenced many current artists Outkast Gnarls Barkley Funk songs have been sampled in many hip hop songs

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16 Name that Genre

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18 1890

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22 DUKE ELLINGTON

23 Jazz in 2011 Michael Buble Tony Bennett George Benson Kim Waters Sean MacFarlane

24 Name that Genre

25 Rhythm &Blues

26 R&B Rhythm and Blues Originated in the 1940’s African American migration to urban areas in 30’s Created a new market industry New Technology Electric guitar Piano Saxaphone

27 What is R&B? Rhythm +Blues Blues-emotional expression and predominantly a vocal medium Instruments Drum kit– Double bass – Saxophone – Horns – Piano – Organ – Electric guitar– Vocals – Background vocalists

28 People You Should Know Jerry Wexler Coined the term Rhythm and Blues Official genre as of 1949 Otis Redding Frankie Lymon Ray Charles Aretha Franklin Jackson 5

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30 Future of R&B Contemporary R&B- 90’s and early 00’s Jagged Edge SWV Whitney Houston Usher Lauryn Hill R.Kelley Dru Hill John Legend Alicia Keys

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32 Name that Genre

33 HIP- HOP

34 DJ & Turntables! Early Hip-Hop resided on the streets The BRONX Freestyles & Rap Battles Run DMC & Jam Master Jay

35 We Can Make Money? The Look The Story The Vibe

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40 The Dirty! Southern Hip Hop

41 Now and Next Lil Wayne Drake Jay-Z Kanye West Nicki Minaj Rick Ross J. Cole Wale Big Sean Meek Mill Kendrick Lamar

42 Future of African American Music?

43 Questions?

44 Thanks! Alexis Glears Public Relations ’13 Hampton University Erik Kyser Broadcast Journalism ’13 Hampton University


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