What music styles and cultural characteristics influenced the music and sound of Fats Domino?
Lesson 2 – Rhythm and Blues, Rockabilly, Classic Rock, The U.S. in the 1950’s, Doo-Wop, & the Guitar.

Reading: Rock and Roll: A Social History, Chapters 3, 4, 5, & 6

Students are encouraged to repeat the listening examples (located in the Listening Links for Lesson 2 folder) as necessary. It would be counterproductive to listen to this great music only once.

Lesson 2 Questions:

1. What music styles and cultural characteristics influenced the music and sound of Fats Domino?

2. Click on the two Fats Domino videos below to view, listen, and write a musical description/response to what you are seeing and hearing:

“Blueberry Hill” – Fats Domino,1956 (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.

“Ain’t That A Shame” – Fats Domino, 1956 (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.

3. In what U.S. city was J & M Studios located? Describe the conditions present in J & M Studios. Why were studios such as J & M significant during this time period?


 

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