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Dylan, Bob. "All Along the Watchtower." Rec. Apr. 1968. Jimi Hendrix. Jimi Hendrix, 1968. Vinyl recording. Song is used on a page.

Dylan, Bob. "The Times They Are A-Changin'" Rec. 6 Aug. 1963. Tom Wilson, 1964. Vinyl recording. Song is used on a page.

Freedman, Max C., and James E. Myers. "Rock Around the Clock." Rec. 12 Apr. 1954. Bill Haley and His Comets. Milt Gabler, 1954. Vinyl recording. Song is used on a page.

Gilboy, Harry. "Global Report on Rock 'n' Roll." The New York Times 20 Apr. 1958. Print. This source illustrates the global reaction of rock µn¶ roll revolution in places such as Tokyo, Cairo, and Warsaw. The source shows the impact of rock µn¶ roll revolution was immense and it tied the world together. However, it was only limited to age group mostly from 14 to 21 which shows that adults in almost anywhere in the world had negative perspective of rock µn¶ roll.

Presley, Elvis, Scotty Moore, Bill Black, D. J. Fontana, Dudley Brooks, Mike Stoller, Vito Mumolo, Myer Rubin, Richard Cornell, Ernst Jørgensen, and Roger Semon. "Jailhouse

Rock." Rec. 30 Apr. 1957. Jailhouse Rock. Elvis Presley. Leiber/Stoller, 1957. Vinyl recording. Song is used on a page.

Orodenker, M. H. "On the Records." Billboard 30 May 1942: 25. Print. This publication described one of the first known uses of the term ³rock and roll´ and allowed me to caption an audio clip of the song the term described.

Jagger, Mick, and Keith Richards. "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction." Rec. 12 May 1965. The Rolling Stones. Andrew Loog Oldham, 1965. Vinyl recording. Song is used on a page.

Lennon, John, and Paul McCartney. "I Wanna Hold Your Hand." Rec. 17 Oct. 1963. The Beatles. George Martin, 1963. Vinyl recording. Song is used on a page.

Lewislondon, Frederick. "Britons Succumb To 'Beatlemania." The New York Times 1 Dec. 1963. Print. This primary source shows that rock µn¶ roll trend has switched from domestic bands to British bands such as the Beatles. This source illustrates American reaction of British Invasion and how immense their presence was globally. The source also states that it¶s not just their music; it¶s their fashion and even their hair style that¶s influencing fans in

the United States. From this source, we could indirectly experience what British Invasion was like in the U.S.

Nubin, Rosetta. "Rock Me." Rec. 31 Oct. 1938. Rock Me. Sister Rosetta Tharpe. Decca Records, 1938. Vinyl recording. Song is used on a page.

Page, Jimmy, and Robert Plant. "Stairway to Heaven." Rec. Dec. 1970. Led Zeppelin. Jimmy Page, 1971. Vinyl recording. Song is used on a page.

"Rock 'n' Roll Fight Hospitalizes Youth." The New York Times 15 Apr. 1957. Print. This source demonstrates the violence that was involved with rock µn¶ roll revolution. Often the reaction was violent and numerous teenagers were arrested due to their actions. This source also contains merging of whites and blacks thanks to rock µn¶ roll revolution, which wasn¶t just a good thing. Although they shared the same musical interest, they often fought and black teenagers were mostly blamed. The source shows racial problem was slowly emerging and the rock µn¶ roll revolution was one of the sparks that started the civil rights movement later.

"Rock 'n' Roll Plays On." The New York Times 25 Feb. 1957. Print. This source shows how popular rock µn¶ roll was. Thousands of youngsters gathered to watch a stage show of rock µn¶ roll and filled the Time Square. However, the source also depicts the rebellious and violent side of the teenagers¶ reaction. The source says policemen were staged inside as well as outside and few youngsters were arrested for violence.

Ronan, Thomas P. "British Rattled by Rock 'n' Roll." The New York Times 12 Sept. 1956. Print. This source illustrates the global reaction of rock µn¶ roll, especially in Britain. The source mentions that the reaction in Britain resembles the reaction in United States how it is mostly teenagers who listen to it and in both countries they rebel against uniformity. It also shows that the reaction in Britain is often violent which caused some cities to prohibit rock music.

Samuels, Gertrude. "Why They Rock 'n' Roll -- And Should They?" The New York Times 12 Jan. 1958. Print. This primary source depicts the reaction from adults and their approach to understand how rock µn¶ roll has become such a big trend. The article attempts to explain the trend with its strong beat and distinct sound, but also they argue that it¶s the teenagers¶ way of rebelling to social customs and uniformity. It sums up that rock µn¶ roll is arousing a great deal of controversy, at least in adult circles.

Turner, Ike, and Jackie Brenston, perfs. "Rocket 88." Rec. 3 Mar. 1951. Rocket 88. Jackie Brenston and His Delta Cats. Sam Phillips. Vinyl recording. Song is used on a page.

Tolchin, Martin. "Dilemma of the Child and "The Group"" The New York Times 30 Aug. 1959. Print. This primary source quoting a psychiatric social worker demonstrates the reaction of adults during the rock and roll revolution. He states that rock µn¶ roll contributes in the war between the teenagers and their parents. He specifically mentions that parents viewed the music as ³irksome´. He also analyses the trend of listening to rock µn¶ roll as teenagers¶ desire to be accepted and to belong in the ³group´.

Tyler, Steven. "Dream On." Rec. 1972. Aerosmith. Adrian Barber, 1973. Vinyl recording. Song is used on a page.

Images

Bill Haley with guitar and band-mates. Digital image. Web. 5 Feb. 2012. <http://www.bill-haley-museum.com/> Photo is used on the home page.

Chuck Berry on pink. Digital image. Web. 5 Feb. 2012. <http://www.paintinghere.com/painting/chuck_berry_on_pink_7812.html> Photo is used in a page banner.

Chuck Berry playing guitar. Digital image. Web. 7 Feb. 2012. < http://sharetv.org/shows/the_dick_clark_show/cast/chuck_berry> Photo is used in a page.

Ed Sullivan with the Beatles. Digital image. Web. 8 Feb. 2012. < http://www.virginmedia.com/images/music_tv_gal_beatles_ed_sul.jpg> Photo is used on a page.

Elvis Presley holding a guitar. Digital image. Web. 5 Feb. 2012. http://lovebowsandanchors.blogspot.com/2011/01/happy-birthday-elvis.html> Photo is used on the home page.

Elvis Presley reading a newspaper. Digital image. Web. 5 Feb. 2012. <http://www.sites.si.edu/images/exhibits/Elvis/slideshow/pages/ElvisReading_jpg.htm> Photo is used in a page banner.

Etta James on yellow background. Digital image. Web. 5 Feb. 2012. <http://quitmumbling.com/2012/01/r-i-p-etta-james/> Photo is used in a page banner.

Jimi Hendrix playing guitar. Digital image. Web. 5 Feb. 2012. <http://guitar.about.com/od/guitaristsatoz/ss/rolling-stone-greatest-guitarists_11.htm> Photo is used on the home page.

Jimi Hendrix smoking. Digital image. Web. 5 Feb. 2012. <http://jimi-hendrix-wallpapers.blogspot.com/> Photo is used in a page banner.

John Lennon and Joko Ono with sign. Digital image. Web. 8 Feb. 2012. < http://tokyo5.wordpress.com/2010/10/09/lennon_70th/> Photo is used in a page.

Little Richard at the piano. Digital image. Web. 5 Feb. 2012. <http://westprepmrwhite.edublogs.org/2010/11/18/50s-week-little-richard-2/> Photo is used on the home page

Opera background image. Digital image. Web. 5 Feb. 2012. <http://my.opera.com/vinodambatt/albums/showpic.dml?album=885386&picture=12126 280> Used as the background image of the website.

People at Woodstock festival. Digital image. Web. 5 Feb. 2012. <http://viewlinerltd.blogspot.com/2009/08/woodstock-40-years-ago.html> Photo is used on the home page.

Rock µn¶ Roll collage. Digital image. Web. 9 Feb. 2012 <http://media.photobucket.com/image/rock%20n%20roll%20collage/SoLiDuS815/RnR.j pg> Photo is used on a page.

Rock µn¶ Roll Hall of Fame. Digital image. Web. 5 Feb. 2012. <http://www.theclevelandsound.com/?p=6548> Photo is used on the home page.

Sam Cooke¶s album cover. Digital image. Web. 8 Feb. 2012. < http://thedailyguru.blogspot.com/2010/12/december-11-sam-cooke-change-is gonna.html> Photo is used on a page.

The Beatles meet Muhammad Ali. Digital image. Web. 5 Feb. 2012. <http://news.uk.msn.com/blog/clicksnapwhirr-blogpost.aspx?post=d71b9790-b373-4738a621-e4a3ffea3f87&_blg=3> Photo is used in a page banner.

Slave family in the South. Digital image. Web. 7 Feb. 2012. <http://waldrongs9.pbworks.com/w/page/10529041/slaves> Photo used in page.

Secondary

"500 Greatest Songs of All Time | Rolling Stone." Rolling Stone | Music News, Politics, Reviews, Photos, Videos, Interviews and More. Web. 07 Feb. 2012. <http://www.rollingstone.com/music/lists/the-500-greatest-songs-of-all-time-20110407>. This site listed out Rolling Stone¶s ³500 Greatest Songs of All Time´. We found that Elvis Presley¶s ³Jailhouse Rock´ was #67 and used that fact on one of our site pages. This citations backs up our claim.

Aquila, Richard. That Old Time Rock & Roll: A Chronicle of an Era, 1954-1963. New York: Schirmer, 1989. Print. This source showed that there was an element of prejudice in rock n roll how white consumers wanted white pop covers black R&B music, not the original black R&B. The source¶s information about white pop covers was helpful for us to understand how the white market was targeted.

Chisholm, Jackie. "Music That Defined the Civil Rights Movement | The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum." The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum | RockHall.com. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, 15 Jan. 2012. Web. 08 Feb. 2012. <http://rockhall.com/blog/post/1145_Music-that-Defined-the-Civil-Rights/>. This article from the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame¶s website briefly described the impact of music on the Civil Rights movement and named a couple particularly influential songs.

Robbins, Ira A. "British Invasion (music) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia." Encyclopedia ± Britannica Online Encyclopedia. Web. 07 Feb. 2012. <http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/80244/British-Invasion>. The online encyclopedia article described the British vein of rock µn¶ roll and its significance to American culture. It helped us understand better the global effects of a cultural phenomenon that began in the United States. The information is widely used on our ³Global Reactions´ page.

Campbell, Michael. Popular Music in America: The Beat Goes on. Boston: Schirmer Cengage Learning, 2009. Print. Comprehensive book about popular music in America. Described ³Rocket 88´ as the first true rock µn¶ roll song and allowed us to caption the song clip for it.

Clark, Dick. Rock & Roll Generation: Teen Life in the 50s. Alexandria, VA: Time-Life, 1998. Print. This source provided the history of rock n roll, the reaction that followed, and the impact it has created. Photographs and footnotes helped us to understand the atmosphere back then. It also integrated topics such as the Cold War and the Korean War and demonstrated their influences on rock n roll revolution. Also provided a quote from Chuck Berry that we could use.

Crampton, Luke, and Dafydd Rees. Rock & Roll Year by Year. London: DK Pub., 2005. Print. This source described what rock n roll was like every time period- from how it started to today¶s stars. The pictures and short notes introduced countless figures and their impacts on rock n roll.

Famous Quotes at BrainyQuote. Web. 05 Feb. 2012. <http://www.brainyquote.com/>. This site contained many of the quotes used in the banners of some of our pages.

Miller, Jim. The Rolling Stone Illustrated History of Rock & Roll. New York: Rolling Stone, 1980. Print. This source by Jim Miller shows Rock n¶ Roll¶s complex roots. The book had a simple but descriptive illustration of where different components of Rock music came from.

Tetrault, Lisa M. "Rock and Roll." Dictionary of American History. Ed. Stanley I. Kutler. 3rd ed. Vol. 7. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 2003. 185-186. Gale Virtual Reference Library. Web. 5 Feb. 2012. This source clearly showed that Rock µn¶ Roll was not merely a birth of new music, but also a revolution that preceded reactions and reformations.

Other Sid Meier's Civilization IV. Vers. 1.74. Sparks: Firaxis Games, 2007. Computer software. Front page rock 'n' roll logo is an edited version of an in-game screen shot.