During this era (1960s), many things had taken place such as the death of the president John F. Kennedy, the war in Vietnam, the fight for civil rights, the younger generation trying new things such as drugs, and experimentation with music. Although the popularity of Swing was already dying down, Frank Sinatra continued his singing career with this type of Jazz which still appealed to a majority of audiences at the time. Before his career flourished, Sinatra sang in different big bands and appeared in many films in the 40’s and 50’s. Sinatra at the Sands is a live album by Frank Sinatra accompanied by Count Basie and his orchestra, which was recorded in 1966 at the Sands Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. The concert took place at
Music was a way most teenagers found an outlet. Rock n’ roll first arrived on the music scene as race music and it wasn’t until teenagers started requesting radio stations to play it that it started to become more widely popular. By accepting this music, Americans were opening themselves to a whole new culture of things that would soon come to influence the nation. Elvis got the ball rolling by allowing America a slow transition into being more accepting. He was a white man singing what was considered race music.
When 1962 came around, The Rolling Stones had just started and they eventually became a band to rock the nation, The Stones had a bohemian lifestyle which was evidently shocking to the most part of the era, they played an expressive like it or not brand of the blues in the early stages of the band, but in the course of their career they ventured of from blues and continued on to rock. By 1964 The Beatles had become well known and The Stones followed in success, gaining a reputation as ‘The Beatles nasty opposites’, The Beatles had the soft posh boy style whereas The Stones wore anything they wanted, they looked scraggly and really did their best to repulse adult society. A great song from The Rolling Stones is ‘paint it black’ which was mainly written about bleakness and depression. I personally think this is a pivotal song in the 60s which gripped the golden era of music with the lyric such as ‘I have to turn my head until my darkness goes’ or ‘No more will my green sea go turn a deeper blue’ the band shows these actions through colour based metaphors which is not only creative but very influential among the generation, this song was very popular because it not only heightened the band but helped them to establish a song with a background on depression. I think this was an important piece of music for listeners at that time because it spoke to people who had experiences of
The United States is well known for being a melting pot of cultures, and because of this there are constantly changing trends. In the 1980s it was poofy hair and disco clothes, in the early 2000s it was long hair for guys, and in recent years it has been for guys to have short, styled hair. There is always something trendy in the United States, and in the early to mid 20th century, it was the color pink and the (pink) flamingo. Jennifer Price details this in her essay ”The Plastic Pink Flamingo”. Through her use of satirical devices, Aristotelian appeals, and persuasive techniques she shows how the country is constantly going through fazes.
Their recordings focusing on traditional merengue vallenato signifies how through song cultural pride is demonstrated because they play music with Colombian root. Vallenato paseo is one the most popular style that derived from vallenato son. It is associated with a couple’s dance, romantic lyrics and is composed at a slower pace than paseo. Artist like Carlos Vives tremendously pushed vallenato music to international recognition by incorporating vallenato elements into a more modern, pop vallenato.This demonstrated cultural pride in the sense that Vives uses vallenato elements with a hint of pop to preserve the essence if vallenato. Lastly, there is vallenato son, which is similar to paseo but is in duple meter with a nostalgically and plaintive mood.
In many shots of the commercial, the women are wearing low cut blouses to show off their breasts. The movie also showcases a chubby teenage boy that intends to be part of the Baywatch lifeguard team. Putting an overweight contender can relate to some teens that are also overweight that wish to do something that overweight people usually do not do. This movie also appeals to adults that watched the original series. These adults will want to go see this new Baywatch instillation because it was part of their past and seeing it would be very nostalgic.
Pathos is found in nostalgia for the song “Bye Bye Bye” which was a very popular song in the 90’s. The commercial wants the audience to think they have a little pity for the other various beverage companies, but really, they are just saying bye to them because they are taking over the market. By using the song “Bye Bye Bye” by Justin Timberlake, it is incorporating a huge celebrity that many people admire, you not only widen your audience, but you also get the emotions of the viewers interested in the drink Bai, along with the fans of Justin Timberlake. The “Bai Goes Big For the 2017 Super Bowl” commercial appeals to logos, because Bai wants to convince their audience to drink their product. The producers use logic
Some of their featured bands are the Queen and The Beatles. They may be classic, but they still rule the world of music. Comics Batman and Vendetta are two iconic characters from our favorite comics. Bombay Trooper provides us with amusing statement shirts featuring these two along with other comical characters. Drinking Shirt Let your drinking session be a lot cooler with these alcohol themed shirts.
Hippies were a big impact on youth culture in the 60s. The hippies represented freedom and having fun. The style of the hippies is well known today, “many wore their hair long and dressed in casual, often unconventional, clothes, sometimes in “psychedelic” colors.” (Hippie 3). People such as the Beatles and the Rolling Stones were closely identified with the movement also. In “The Outsiders” though, there aren’t any hippies or public gatherings of hippies occurring in the book.
Also, several companies are addressing teenagers as a distinct population. They have specific marketing plans that are directed towards them including clothing brands, movies and songs. Teen bands are extremely popular and their concerts grab a lot of attention from the media. Several advertisements are also intended for teenagers such as those warning them from smoking and texting and driving. There are also books written