Throughout history, music has been a vital piece of culture. With music, censorship of it coincides. For America, this has been the case, especially with the invention of radios in the early 1900s which aided the development of widespread music in the nation. However, not all music is meant to be broadcasted for each and every listener of radio to hear. It is because of this that censorship of music on the radio is so necessary for a country with the potential it has to thrive.
They were eventually exposed and severely fined for this practice in the late 2000s. Looking back over the history of radio in the United States, what might have motivated the radio and recording industries to not only compromise ethical standards but also to break the law by engaging in payola and independent promotion? Answer 2.) Radio and recording inductries might have been movtivated to compromise ethical standards but also to break the law by engaging in payola and independent promotion due in part to monetary contributions. If there is control over the artists and songs played on the radio you can cater to a certain group of people, for instance the upper class.
Easily relatable songs with a groovy beat quickly took over the youth and just like that rock & roll made a huge impact on teenagers and their lives. Heavy drug usage and wild behaviour gave the rock & roll generation a bad name but it certainly influenced the youth culture in many ways we still fell to this day. The rebellious generation glorified “sex, drugs and rock & roll” but still took a stand against important political issues. During 1950’s rock & roll became a dividing and uniting force at the same time. Rock & roll set the parents, mass media and the government against teenagers.
The American Civil Liberty Union was formed during WW1, because the Federal Government was constraining people’s freedom of speech and throwing people into jail because they went against the government. So during the 20’s people started to have more and more freedoms and many of the laws the Government had in place to suppress the people were starting to be repealed. People were starting to be subject to advertisements from coca cola to phonographs. The people in the 20s people were living free they were drinking and expressing themselves more than they ever had and that had some groups upset. I don’t believe the 20’s were decadence they were the building blocks of a country that is open to all persons and cultures.
n this article, Carnicke first explains how Stanislavski’s early life influenced his adulthood career path, as a result of him being born into a wealthy family with a love of the arts, including theatre. However, she also describes how this was a disadvantage to him, as due to the idea in society that acting was a profession for the lower class, Stanislavski was forced to write under a fake name. Carnicke also focuses on many of the other challenges Stanislavski faced during his career, such as conflict with his colleagues on the correct acting method, as well as more drastically, political revolution which financially challenged the Moscow Arts Theatre, and forced Stanislavski to abandon his more experimental projects, outside of the realms of realism, due to pressure from the government.
Throughout the existence of the United States music has been a part of American life, but it wasn’t until the introduction of lyrics that songwriters were able to tap into truly relatable music. A good artist will reach his target audience one way or another it just depends on the method they use. This is why so many artists over our history have used infamous wars to create legendary tracks. These tracks are recorded because of an artist's passion, they're trying to get their views on matter across to the public. Any war will automatically have a side opposing it, musicians took advantage of this to express their displeasure through song and compiled an array of memorable lyrics and tunes.
What better way to vent dissatisfaction than through music! Also in addition to the frustrations described above, teen rebellion from the parental obligations was also in full swing. The result of this was 'free love' and experimenting with drugs.
They must learn to produce the music that best complies with the current style of music the consumers are most interested to hear. Thus, trend conformity in musicians is imperative for their success. To be successful, musicians now have to recognize certain aspects of their music and alter it to make it more appealing to their listeners. Throughout the past 40 years, we can see the general trend of music shift from Rock N Roll to Disco to Hip Hop to Alternative then back to Hip Hop then to vocalist oriented pop. If a musician today released a disco track, it would be very doubtful that it would be featured on any radio station.