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Title: History of rock and roll music outline

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Subject: Music and Movies
Author: Raymond P
Date: November 23, 2013
Level: University
Grade: A
Length: 2 / 558
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As college students alone spend about 450 million dollars on music, according to Harris Interactive a worldwide market research and consulting firm. Ever since the birth of recorded music, it has defined our eras and defined each and every one of us. Music has been and always will be the soundtrack of our lives...

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Music has been and always will be the soundtrack of our lives. IV. Today I will try and familiarize you with the great changes this business has gone through. V. To make this short I will start in the 50's the golden age of rock and roll, continue to the 60's with beatlemania, on to the 70's with disco and punk rock, then the 80's on through today...

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