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Rock "n" roll dances of the 1950s

Lisa Jo Sagolla

Rock "n" roll dances of the 1950s

by Lisa Jo Sagolla

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Published by Greenwood in Santa Barbara, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rock and roll dancing,
  • SOCIAL SCIENCE / Popular Culture,
  • PERFORMING ARTS / Dance / Reference,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    StatementLisa Jo Sagolla
    SeriesThe American dance floor
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGV1796.R6 S24 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24857504M
    ISBN 109780313365560, 9780313365577
    LC Control Number2011018831

      50+ videos Play all Mix - Rock'n Roll and Rockabilly Dance Show YouTube CSC - Rockabilly Jive - Advanced Jack & Jill Finals - Duration: .   This is real Rock 'n'Roll. London. L/S of dancers performing. M/S couple no 13 Maurice King and Pat Storer of Leicester dancing. Maurice picks .

    Wichita Rock & Roll, tells the stories of the bands that played a rowdy and lively local music scene that shaped a whole generation of Wichita youth. In the s, groups of musicians started playing a type of music, Rock & Roll, at school dances. By the s and s, the local music scene hummed as bands competed to packed clubs, went out on tour, and recorded albums. Music of My Generation-The s-Rock & Roll Era. by CDM Rock & Roll Band. MP3 Music Listen with Music Unlimited. Or $ to buy MP3 Rock'n'Roll Hits (The Greatest Rock'n'Roll Classics of the 50s & 60s) by Various artists. Audible Listen to Books & Original Audio Performances.

    The Bop. The Bop dance style derivates from the Jitterbug and East Coast Swing in the s. The 'Bop' term actually comes from Be-Bop, those fabulous jazzy tunes from the '40s; however, it was not danced to Be-bop but to much faster swing, rockabilly, and rock 'n' roll songs of the era like those of Bud Powell, Fats Waller, and Gene Vincent. Greatest Rock 'n' Roll Songs of the 's Criteria: Songs listed are from Rock and Roll and related sub-genres. These songs are ranked based upon their initial and lasting popularity, as well as their influence & impact on the evolution of Rock 'n' Roll and its sub-genres.


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Rock 'n' Roll Dances of the s provides a fresh, highly animated lens through which to observe and understand the cultural climate of s America, examining, not only the steps and aesthetic qualities of rock 'n' roll dances, but also their emblematic meanings.

Exploring dance as a reflection and expression of cultural trends, the book takes a sharply analytical look at rock 'n' roll dances Cited by: 3. Rock 'n' Roll Dances of the s (The American Dance Floor) Kindle Edition by Lisa Jo Sagolla (Author)/5(4). Rock n' Roll'n - The 50's & 60's was a gas to read.

Man, I wish I could have lived during those times. Saw the movie Rebel Without A Cause on TV. It was mentioned in the book. Must have been a real trip living back then. "Boney" D. - Colorado. My wife found this book while fishing around the Internet.

She gave it to me as a gift.5/5(8). Rock 'n' Roll Dances of the s provides a fresh, highly animated lens through which to observe and understand the cultural climate of s America, examining, not only the steps and aesthetic qualities of rock 'n' roll dances, but also their emblematic meanings.

Exploring dance as a reflection and expression of cultural trends, the book takes a sharply analytical look at rock 'n' roll dances from the birth of the. • Period, archival photos• A bibliography of books, articles, videos, films, and recordings documenting the history of s rock 'n' roll music and dancing• A detailed index allowing the book to be easily used as a reference source for research on social dance, rock 'n' roll.

Rock 'n' Roll Dances of the s by Lisa Jo Sagolla Considered a quiet, conformist decade, the s were, in reality, a time of simmering tensions, many of which would erupt in the free-wheeling s.

Rock 'n' roll dances of the s. [Lisa Jo Sagolla] -- "This descriptive and analytic study examines how s rock 'n' roll dancing illuminates the larger cultural context out of which the dancing arose."--"This book is about Rock 'n' Roll Dances of. Rock 'n' Roll Dances of the s (The American Dance Floor) Kindle Edition by Lisa Jo Sagolla (Author) Format: Kindle Edition out of 5 stars 1 rating See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions5/5(1).

Evolving from blues, R&B, boleros, funk, punk, and the British invasion, Chicano rock 'n' roll out of Southern California has enriched the music scene forever with the likes of Ritchie Valens, Thee Midniters, Cannibal and the Headhunters, El Chicano, The Brat, and Los Lobos, to name a few.

This book tells the story of this uniquely American sound beginning with Lalo Guerrero and Chico. "This descriptive and analytic study examines how s rock 'n' roll dancing illuminates the larger cultural context out of which the dancing arose"--"This book is about Rock 'n' Roll Dances of the s" Dancing in the 50s and 60s Rock and Roll dancing is actually swing dancing.

East Coast Swing, West Coast Swing, Jive and Jitterbug, all came to be known as some type of Rock and Roll dancing, mostly thanks to the movie industry and the general media. Rock 'n' Roll Dances of the s provides a fresh, highly animated lens through which to observe and understand the cultural climate of s America, examining, not only the steps and aesthetic qualities of rock 'n' roll dances, but also their emblematic meanings.5/5(1).

When rock and roll first began in the s, it faced a lot of criticism. This is because people believed that rock and roll was very explicit and sexual, addressed the idea of sexual identity and orientation, blurred geographic borders between the country and.

Rock ’n’ Roll Dances of the s, by Lisa Jo Sagolla, part of the American Dance Floor series from Greenwood and Mark Franko’s titled Martha Graham in Love and War subtitle The Life in the Work from Oxford University Press.

The new rock music of the s was made to be fast, catchy, and fun to dance to. Rock and roll music became very popular at sock hops, which were an informal dance where teens would dance to their favorite rock and roll hits; they were called sock hops because they were usually held in gymnasiums and had to take off their shoes and dance in their socks.

This book pushes past the lasting "Happy Days" patina to place rock and roll dances and songs in their proper historical context. As an amateur historian with a fascination for the Fifties, this detailed look back presented the dawn of rock and roll in a new light for me/5.

introduction: 's rock and roll It is hard to believe, but there was once a time when there was no rock music.

Most historians trace the beginning rock back to the yearwhen a new type of music, then called Rock and Roll, appeared and revolutionized musical tastes, at least among young people, and pretty much changed the world.

The Harvest Moon Ball even had a Rock and Roll division in which the Swing dancers danced and carried the name for many years. Dance Education Books were written describing this "New Dance" which was nothing more than Swing, However, the explaining of the dance steps were many times described as what we would call today as West Coast Swing.

While in other writings it was East Coast. A short description of the 's and early '60's Rock n' Roll Era dances that Mike Quebec and Diana will be teaching at The 5th Blue Jean Bop on May 15th, at p.m. Rock 'n' Roll Dances of the s (The American Dance Floor) eBook: Sagolla, Lisa Jo: : Kindle Store5/5(1).

Get this from a library! Rock 'n' roll dances of the s. [Lisa Jo Sagolla] -- "This descriptive and analytic study examines how s rock 'n' roll dancing illuminates the larger cultural context out of which the dancing arose"--Provided by publisher.These are some of the essential variations of s Rock 'n' Roll, as seen on American Bandstand and reconstructed by Richard Powers.

These variations represent the innovations of the 50s kids on the earlier forms of Swing that were danced by their parents.

In these variations, you can clearly see the origins of Hustle and West Coast Swing. Real s Rock & Roll, Rockabilly dance teenage style! Real s Rock & Roll, Rockabilly dance teenage style! Top 10 Decade Defining Songs: s - Duration: 1,