Watch the short video with Paul McCartney talking about the early influences on the Beatles.What kind of music does he talk about influencing the Beatles and why?

1. Watch the short video with Paul McCartney talking about the early influences on the Beatles: (You might need to cut and paste some of the links, including this). Make comments. Is this what you expected from Paul McCartney. What kind of music does he talk about influencing the Beatles and why?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ub_Ndas3Fgw (Links to an external site.)

2. Survey the extensive list of clips below and then select 5-8 songs to listen to (they are very short). These artists directly influences the Beatles. What do you notice about the various songs? Provide 2-3 sentences about each song.
Questions to think about while you listen:

a) What did you like about the music? Why?
b) What don’t you like about the music? Why?
c) Do you hear any thing similar in the music you listen to today?
d) What is the instrumentation (solo voice, several vocalists, piano, saxophone, drums, guitar, piano etc.)
e) What is the subject matter about? Girls? Cars? Relationships? Love? Heartbreak?

(Include biographical insights and quotes from our texts to support your observations.)

Buddy Holly “Peggy Sue”

http://youtu.be/ku5UeUT7yIQ (Links to an external site.)

Josh White, Two Songs

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1hnuJZt7Mvk (Links to an external site.)

Fats Domino “I Found My Thrill”
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bQQCPrwKzdo (Links to an external site.)

Fats Domino “Ain’t That A Shame”
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dbCgz2RKIow (Links to an external site.)

Lady Madonna –
https://youtu.be/r9LJp39-lDE (Links to an external site.)

Hoagy Carmichael “Stardust”
http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=Em3xyZz_mow (Links to an external site.)

Ivory Joe Hunter ” Since I met You Baby”
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P3ZsRl7u53c (Links to an external site.)

Don’t you Rock Me Daddy-O- The Vipers – Skiffle
first song Paul and George learned together
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WoJ8fi3zDCw (Links to an external site.)

Big Joe Turner, “Shake, Rattle and Roll”
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=20Feq_Nt3nM (Links to an external site.)

Shake, Rattle, and Roll by Bill Halley and his Comets (1968 version)
http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=7CXFXB4uknI&feature=related (Links to an external site.)

Elvis Presley “Heartbreak Hotel”
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W4euyTDhFnk (Links to an external site.)

Can’t Buy Me Love- Closer to earlier forms- Beatles
http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=SMwZsFKIXa8 (Links to an external site.)

From Me to you- Beatles- close to early American Song Writing
http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=31Jwfv8WQMA (Links to an external site.)

3. Watch this short documentary trailer (may need to cut and paste) on the Brill Building in NYC
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v0S8r1r2scM&feature=related (Links to an external site.)

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(this link worked for me, but I had to cut and paste)

Which musicians/song writers worked at the building? How did this help the popular music business?
The Brill Building, located at 1619 Broadway in the heart of New York’s music district, is a name synonymous with an approach to songwriting that changed the course of music. bar.gif (3285 bytes)

The Brill Building sound came out from the stretch along Broadway between 49th and 53rd streets. The Brill Building (named after the Brill Brothers whose clothing store was first located in the street level corner and would later buy it), was at 1619 Broadway. After its completion in 1931, the owners were forced by a deepening Depression to rent space to music publishers, since there were few other takers. The first three, Southern Music, Mills Music and Famous-Music were soon joined by others. By 1962 the Brill Building contained 165 music businesses.

The Brill Building in the early ’60s was a classic model of vertical integration. There you could write a song or make the rounds of publishers until someone bought it. Then you could go to another floor and get a quick arrangement and lead sheet for $10′ get some copies made at the duplication office; book an hour at a demo studio; hire some of the musicians and singers that hung around; and finally cut a demo of the song. Then you could take it around the building to the record companies, publishers, artist’s managers or even the artists themselves. If you made a deal there were radio promoters available to sell the record. (http://www.history-of-rock.com/brill_building.htm)

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