Blues rock is a fusion blues! PDF combining elements of blues and rock. Blues rock started with rock musicians in the United Kingdom and the United States performing American blues songs. Although around this time, the differences between blues rock and hard rock lessened, there was also a return to more blues-influenced styles.
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This section does not cite any sources. The core blues rock sound is created by the electric guitar, bass guitar and drum kit. Often bands also included a harmonica, usually called “a harp. The electric guitar is usually amplified through a tube guitar amplifier or using an overdrive effect. While 1950s-era blues bands would sometimes still use the upright bass, the blues rock bands of the 1960s used the electric bass, which was easier to amplify to loud volumes.
Keyboard instruments, such as the piano and Hammond organ, are also occasionally used. As with the electric guitar, the sound of the Hammond organ is typically amplified with a tube amplifier, which gives a growling, “overdriven” sound quality to the instrument. Vocals also typically play a key role, although the vocals may be equal in importance or even subordinate to the lead guitar playing. As well, a number of blues rock pieces are instrumental-only.
Blues rock pieces often follow typical blues structures, such as twelve-bar blues, sixteen-bar blues, etc. One notable difference is the frequent use of a straight eighth-note or rock rhythm instead of triplets usually found in blues. In the UK, several musicians honed their skills in a handful of British blues bands, primarily those of Cyril Davies and Alexis Korner. In the late 1960s, Jeff Beck, with his band the Jeff Beck Group, developed blues rock into a form of heavy rock.
Beginning in the early 1970s, American bands such as Aerosmith fused blues with a hard rock edge. 2000s, with many artists such as Gary Moore, Mad Season, John Norum, Gary Clark Jr. Heavy Metal: The Music and its Culture. Understanding Rock: Essays in Musical Analysis.
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How Britain Got the Blues: The Transmission and Reception of American Blues Style in the United Kingdom. Blues ist eine vokale und instrumentale Musikform, die sich in der afroamerikanischen Gesellschaft in den USA um die Wende vom 19. Der Blues bildet die Wurzel eines Großteils der populären nordamerikanischen Musik. Ein wichtiges Element sind die in den Melodien verwendeten Blue Notes.