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C O U R S E 
History of Rock, 1970-Present
John Covach, University of Rochester
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1990s Jam Bands and Britpop
Notes taken on March 16, 2018 by Edward Tanguay
musicians who are embracing older styles and making them their own and updating them
Jam Bands
going back to
The Grateful Dead
The Almond Brothers
long improvisations
all about the live performance itself
any particular recording is just a snapshot
you have to be there to be a part of what is going on
HORDE 1992
Horizons of Rock Developing Everywhere
Widespread Panic
Blues Traveler
Spin Doctors
New York
Dave Matthews Band
somewhat a jam band
live shows
British Invasion and Progressive Rock
Manchester, UK
very Beatles influenced
1994 Definitely Maybe
more success in the UK
1995 What's the Story, Morning Glory?
had good success in the 1990s
Pink Floyd influenced
dedication to ambiances
musically ambition and sophisticated
at the edge of what's permissible in 90s pop
1997 OK computer
Rock is still pop
taking a page from the Tom Petty page book
Sheryl Crow
Los Angeles
backup singer for Michael Jackson and Don Henley
1993 Tuesday Night Music club
All I Want to Do
Strong Enough
Hootie and the Blowfish
South Carolina
very big
1994 Cracked Rear View
Hold my Hand
Let Her Cry
Only Want to Be with You
Counting Crows
1993 August and Everything After
Mr. Jones
The Wallflowers
1996 Bringing down the Horse
One Headlight
guitar-driven roots rock
Matchbox Twenty
Orlando, Florida
Rob Thomas
1996 Yourself or Someone Like You
Third Eye Blind
Semi-Charmed Life
How's It Going to Be