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Rock 'n' Roll

Summary: Changes rock'n roll made in US society.
Rock n' Roll Impact

The years of the 1950's brought many new meanings and terms to America. This was the decade when perceptions and the country`s values changed. This period of time was one of the most important in American history. The 1950's helped shape and develop the American music culture of today. Respect towards musicians and music also changed during the fifties. Many started to have a different kind of respect for the music in this country.

Rock and roll had always been around, but most had never heard about it until a music disc jockey named Alan Freed started using the word rock 'n' roll to describe this music.. This brilliant man used this term to try and attract a white audience to this unfamiliar black R&B music. The songs involved many kinds of emotions that people were not used to hearing about. These...

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