|4.||Rock 'n Roll|
hey not really gonna define rock 'n roll cause that first defenition has got it coverd. I just got to say that the kid who wrote the definition defning what bands rock and if you disagree your wrong. Ya man your a fucking idiot. You dont know shit about Rock 'N Roll. You list a couple hits and think your fit to define rock itself. You can't say what bands rock cause there to many. Next time you go to set a defenition make sure you know what the fuck your talking about.
You dont have a fucking clue what Rock 'N Roll is.
|1.||Rock 'n Roll|
The phenomenon which began in the 50's with the combination of rhythm and blues, country music, and gospel. It was pioneered by Chuck Berry, transformed by The Beatles, hardened by Led Zeppelin and AC/DC, and through the course of the 70's evolved into the pinnacle of musical glory.
Since then, it has lost the "Roll" and degenerated into "Rock" a generic term for all manners of crappy, modern, guitar driven music that has nothing to do with the messages, anthems, and ideals of old. Rather than professing a belief in the "Livin' easy, livin' free" lifestyle professed by AC/DC and their contemporaries, "Rock" now aims to piss and moan as much as possible whilst backed by horrible, rehashed guitar and pre-pubescent vocals about slutty girlfriends and cannabis.
Rock and Roll is not just a genre of music. Beyond that, it is a philosophy, attitude, and way of life. The purpose of Rock 'n Roll as opposed to other types of music, is to rebel. True Rock asserts that we need to stick it to The Man and Rage against The Machine (see The Man, see also The Machine). Rock and Roll is a way to disent The Establishment, and somewhere along the line we forgot that. Some believe that all you need to rock is righteous outrage, when in fact you also need talent and inspiration.
Rock 'n Roll isn't dead. It's just that it's going through a dry-spell.
Besides, it won't be dead until there are none left willing to Stick it to The Man.
Wearing a pink shirt is the most un-Rock 'n Roll thing you can do.
Those who hate Rock 'n Roll hate living and, indeed, life itself.
|2.||rock 'n roll|
1. A genre of music which originated in the 50's from jazz, blues, and country. It reached it's peak in the late 60's/early 70's and has branched into many different styles, including Heavy Metal, Punk Rock, Hard Rock, Progressive Rock, etc.
The main instruments usually in rock bands are the electric guitar, bass guitar, drums and sometimes keyboards.
2. To have sex. this meaning is no longer in use.
1. Today I went to a rock 'n roll concert. It was pretty okay
2. Me and my girlfiend were rock 'n rolling all night long. It was pretty okay.
|3.||Rock 'n Roll|
Music that started in the 1950's. Mix the blues or rhythm & blues with 2 or more of the following: country, swing, gospel, jazz, ummm... there's more but fuck it.
Basically any music with a good beat, soul, and a wild, raw feel to it. But it gotta be up-beat and have some blues in it. Whoever wrote that other definition is a fuckin' idiot.
P.S. "Hits" don't dictate what's good or bad. The people running the radio stations don't know shit.
Joe Turner - "Flip, Flop & Fly"
Chuck Berry - "Sweet Little Sixteen"
Jerry Lee Lewis - "Great Balls of Fire"
The Kingsmen (or Richard Berry) - "Louie Louie"
Ray Charles - "I Got a Woman"
Screamin' Jay Hawkins - "Little Demon"
Carl Perkins - "Honey Don't"
Elvis Presley - "Hound Dog"
The Ramones - "Rockaway Beach"
Trashmen - "Surfin' Bird"
The Cramps - "Mama Oo Pow Pow"
Mitch Ryder & the Detroit Wheels - "Devil with the Blue Dress on"
Tommy James - "Hanky Panky"
Dion & the Belmonts - "Runaround Sue"
|5.||rock 'n roll|
A exclamation of excitement.
Generally used in reference to going someplace.
Let's rock 'n roll!
|6.||Rock 'n Roll|
its like music ok?? it used to be rock and roll then rock n roll now its just rock..... um yeah
"IM 64 IN 2 YEARS LOCK UP YOUR CHILDREN"-Paul McC the Strudel
|7.||Rock 'n Roll|
Rock And Roll Bands: If they aren't listed here, they suck or aren't real rock and roll.more...
For Your convenience, I have also listed their best song. If you disagree with me, you are wrong.
Also, no One-Hit Wonders qualify. These have to be actually talented bands.
(Yes, the links are intentional)
In No particular order:
-Queen (Bohemian Rhapsody)
-Led Zeppelin (Stairway to Heaven)
-AC/DC (Back in Black)
-The Beatles (Hey Jude)
-The Who (Baba O'Riley)
-The Rolling Stones(Satisfaction)
-Aerosmith (Sweet Emotion)
-Guns N' Roses (November Rain)
-Van Halen (1984)
-Pink Floyd (Another Brick in the Wall)
-The Doors (Light my Fire)
-Bob Dylan (Like A Rolling Stone)
-CCR (Have You Ever Seen...