Early recording by Big Joe Turner from 1940's, Ooo Ouch Stop. This is no doubt an early Rock song, just like Big Joe Turner's Fuzzy Wuzzy Honey and Amos Milburn's Chicken Shack Boogie. Some say Jackie Brenston and Ike Turner's Rocket 88 was the first Rock song in 1950, but that couldn't be the case with so many Rock boogie woogies from the 1940's. With Big Joe Turner calling himself "rockin' daddy," this song highlights the fact that the words "Rock" and "Rockin" were already a part of the musical lingo. The road of Rock was certainly paved by the legendary music of Big Joe Turner.
Disclaimer: I do not own any of the media included in this video. Another evolution video. This time, we have a look at the evolution of rock music. Feel free to give constructive criticism in the comment section. Please like, share, and subscribe. Source: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rock_music Evolution of Electronic Music - 1955 to 2017 (V1): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EXbRHu26Eak Eolution of Electronic Music - 1955 to 2017 (V2): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nR9H4o-HA3M&t=214s Evolution of K-Pop - 1900's to 2018: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-wVp6wnQe9U Evolution of Videogame Themes - 1978 to 2017: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9qPl80bdclc&t=106s
Check out my NEW merch store! T-shirts, Posters, Photos, and my 2019 Pinup Calendar! http://www.robynadelemerch.com When I first heard a gospel choir sing Kid Rock's "Bawitdaba" at the 1999 MTV Music Awards, I was blown away by the concept of taking a contemporary song and performing it in a completely different style. Almost 20 years later, here I am doing exactly that. Enjoy my 1940s Andrews Sisters version of one of the most ridiculous songs of our time! For more videos, support me on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/robynadele Subscribe to my YouTube channel! https://www.youtube.com/user/AdeleRobyn Get this song on Bandcamp! https://robynadeleanderson.bandcamp.com Find me on Facebook and Instagram! https://www.facebook.com/RobynAdeleAnderson https://www.instagram.com/RobynAdeleAnderson The Band: Robyn Adele Anderson — Vocals Sarah Krauss — Vocals Kristina Nieskens — Vocals Jacob Fjeldheim — Piano Josh Davis — Drums Georgia Weber — Bass Oskar Stenmark — Trumpet Directed by Ed Hellman https://www.edhellman.com Cinematography by Jeff Nash https://www.jeffnashnyc.com Recorded @ Youtube NYC Video and Audio Production: Steve Ujfalussy https://www.facebook.com/SteveUjfalus... Mixed and Mastered by Nick Pilotta http://nickpilotta.com Produced by Steve UjFalussy and Nick Pilotta My videos are done in one take.
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The Roots of Rock and Roll Full Songlist- 1927 Kansas City Blues (Jim Jackson) 1928 Tight Like That (Tampa Red and Georgia Tom) 1929 Pinetop's Boogie Woogie (Clarence "Pinetop" Smith) 1930 Milk Cow Blues (Sleepy John Estes) 1935 The Twelves (Kokomo Arnold) 1936 It Feels So Good (Hartman's Heartbreakers) 1937 Stop Breaking Down (Robert Johnson) 1938 Roll 'Em Pete (Big Joe Turner and Pete Johnson) Pine State Honky Tonk (Claude Casey and the Pine State Playboys) That's All (Sister Rosetta Tharpe) You Gotta Do Your Duty (Casey Bill Weldon) Boogie Woogie Stomp (Albert Ammons) 1939 Rockin' Rollin' Mama (Buddy Jones) 1940 Beat Me Daddy, Eight to the Bar (Will Bradley) 1942 Boogie Woogie Cocktail (Andy Kirk and his Twelve Clouds of Joy) 1944 Strange Things Happening Every Day (Sister Rosetta Tharpe) Rock Me Mama (Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup) 1945 Let's Have a Ball (Champion Jack Dupree) The Honeydripper (Joe Liggins) Caldonia (Louis Jordan) Rocky Road Blues (Bill Monroe) 1946 Choo Choo Ch'boogie (Louis Jordan) That's All Right (Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup) Down the Road a Piece (Amos Milburn) 1947 Rock the Joint (Jimmy Preston) Big Fat Mama (Roy Milton) You Got To Run Me Down (Jazz Gillum) Move It On Over (Hank Williams) Drinkin' Wine Spo-Dee-o-Dee (Stick McGhee) Rockin' Boogie (Joe Lutcher) 1948 Good Rockin' Tonight (Wynonie Harris) Boogie Chillen (John Lee Hooker) Guitar Boogie (Arthur Smith and the Crackerjacks) Lightnin' Boogie (Lightnin' Hopkins) Muddy Jumps One (Muddy Waters) Bounce Pee Wee (Pee Wee Crayton) We're Gonna Rock, We're Gonna Roll (Wild Bill Moore) The Twister (Paul Williams) Chicken Shack Boogie (Amos Milburn) Hole in the Wall Tonight (Albinia Jones) Missississippi Boogie (Jimmy Liggins) 1949 All She Wants To Do Is Rock (Wynonie Harris) Smokey Mountain Boogie (Tennessee Ernie Ford) Rub a Little Boogie (Champion Jack Dupree) The Fat Man (Fats Domino) Rockin at Home (Floyd Dixon) Saturday Night Fish Fry (Louis Jordan) Atlanta Boogie (Tommy Brown) Let's Have Some Fun (Jesse Thomas) Rock a While (Goree Carter) Venus (Stick McGhee)
Which song was the most popular the year you were born? Find out! UPDATE 11/28/2018: Sorry guys, UMG has removed the audio for several songs. I have uploaded a new version with all the audio restored here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oj2gV3dA46M PrettyFamous.com made a list of the most popular songs between 1940-2017. ** The song that was Billboard's #1 single in America for the most consecutive weeks was deemed the most popular. ** If you're wondering why a certain song wasn't included, it's probably because the song didn't spend the most weeks at #1 that year -- even though it may have sold more copies in the long run. This also provides an interesting look at the history and evolution of pop music over the past 77 years. Special thanks to Natalie Morin for compiling this list! If you enjoy this channel and would like to support it, you can do so by purchasing this novel on Amazon for only $4: https://www.amazon.com/Nothing-Under-Sun-Shean-Sutherland-ebook/dp/B07FJQ951Q/ Every purchase helps me spend more time on creating content, so your support is greatly appreciated. #MostPopularSongs
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Early recording by Big Joe Turner from 1940's, Fuzzy Wuzzy Honey. This is no doubt an early Rock song, just like Big Joe Turner's Ooo Ouch Stop and Amos Milburn's Chicken Shack Boogie. Some say Jackie Brenston and Ike Turner's Rocket 88 was the first Rock song in 1950, but that couldn't be the case with so many Rock boogie woogies from the 1940's. Along with the horn riffs, Joe Turner's piano man, Pete Johnson, hit the keys on Fuzzy Wuzzy Honey (at 1:30 into the song) that laid a groove which could be found again in Johnson's own Rocket Boogie in 1949, and in Brenston's Rocket 88 toward the end of that song. The road of Rock was certainly paved by the legendary music of Big Joe Turner.
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From the movie: ROCK AROUND THE CLOCK 1956 Here we have one of the best Rock & Roll dance couples of the 1950's Earl Barton and Lisa Gaye, who was Debra Padget"s sister. Earl Barton was also the choreographer for this movie. The band is course Bill Haley and the Comets.