Transitions 1960-70 Overview: The Youth Generation of the 1960s Kennedy's assassination Social issues Sexual revolution Music was a central to the 1960s landscape Bob Dylan Bob Dylan Early years New York City 1961 March 1962 Bob Dylan The Free-wheelin' Bob Dylan
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1. Quote a classical excerpt in the midst of a rock song.
2. Use a classical melody as the basis of a rock song.
3. Create a series of rock songs conceived as units in a larger form.
A "It can't happen here"—non-metric, non-tonal vocal expanding this lyric
B "Who could imagine"—(1) "freak out in Kansas" (followed by improvisation on "Kansas")
(2) "freak out in Minnesota" (followed by improvisation on "Minnesota")
C: Instrumental section—piano and drums in a fragmented, non-tonal, pointillistic style
B: "Who could imagine"—"freak out in
Washington, D.C." (followed by
improvisation on "D.C.")
A: "It can't happen here"—enters underneath previous section, but begins to dominate
D: "I remember"—metric; three phrases
A: "It couldn't happen here"—brief return
E: Suzy Creamcheese—dialogue with semi-fictional Zappa character
A: "It can't happen here"—brief return; filtered voices