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1 ROCK - 介紹

ROCKROCK究竟是什麼,是一種精神,一種生活的態度,一種真實的行為,一種忘我的境界,一種想要超脫自我的自由。ROCK究竟是什麼,每個人都有自己的定義,和為之付出的行動。因為喜歡。

2 ROCK - 解釋

另類,瘋狂,重金屬,尖叫,吶喊,充斥著每個熱愛ROCK的人。無論男女老少都會被它的真實所吸引,在這裡揮灑著年輕汗水的時代,表達著最真摯的自我,對美好未來的憧憬,對現實生活的不滿,完全在ROCK中得到體現,因為它可以讓我們忘卻痛苦,讓我們完全沉浸在另一個世界,因為有了它,所以世界變的豐富多采,因為有了它,我們可以盡情的享受我們年輕的青春。表達我們最真摯的情感!因為喜歡,所以我要全世界!


I  Introduction

Rock Music, group of related music styles that have dominated popular music in the West since about 1955. Rock music began in the United States, but it has influenced and in turn been shaped by a broad field of cultures and musical traditions, including gospel music, the blues, country-and-western music, classical music (see Music, Western), folk music, electronic music, and the popular music of Asia, Africa, and Latin America (see Worldbeat). In addition to its use as a broad designation, the term rock music commonly refers to music styles after 1959 predominantly influenced by white musicians. Other major rock-music styles include rock and roll (also known as rock 'n' roll), the first genre of the music; and rhythm-and-blues music (R&B), influenced mainly by black American musicians (see African American Music). Each of these major genres encompasses a variety of substyles, such as heavy metal, punk, alternative, and grunge. While innovations in rock music have often occurred in regional centers—such as New York City; Kingston, Jamaica; and Liverpool, England—the influence of rock music is now felt worldwide.



II  Musical Elements

The central musical instrument in most kinds of rock music is the electric guitar. Important figures in the history of this instrument include jazz musician Charlie Christian, who in the late 1930s was one of the first to play the amplified guitar as a solo instrument; Aaron Thibeaux 「T-Bone」 Walker, the first blues musician to record with an amplified guitar (1942); Leo Fender, who in 1948 introduced the first mass-produced solid-body electric guitar; and Les Paul, who popularized the instrument in the early 1950s with a series of technologically innovative recordings. Rock-and-roll guitarist Chuck Berry established a style of playing in the late 1950s that remains a great influence on rock music. Beginning in the late 1960s a new generation of rock guitarists, including Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, and Carlos Santana, experimented with amplification, feedback (a type of electronic sound distortion), and various electronic devices, extending the musical potential of the instrument.

Other instruments commonly used in rock music include the electric bass guitar (introduced by Fender in 1951); keyboard instruments such as the electric piano, organ, and synthesizer; and the drum set, an African American innovation that came into rock music from jazz and R&B music. Instruments that play important roles in certain rock-music genres include the saxophone—prominent in jazz-rock and soul music—and a wide assortment of traditional instruments used in worldbeat music. The microphone also functions as a musical instrument for many rock singers, who rely upon the amplification and various effects (such as echo) obtainable through electronic means.

Rock music also shares more complex technical aspects. Most rock music is based on the same harmonies as Western music, especially the chords known as tonic, subdominant, and dominant (see Harmony: Functional Chord Names). The chord progression (series of chords) known as the 12-bar blues is based on these chords and has figured prominently in certain styles, especially rock and roll, soul music, and southern rock. Other common harmonic devices include the use of a drone, or pedal point (a single pitch sustained through a progression of chords), and the parallel movement of chords, derived from a technique on the electric guitar known as bar-Chording. Many elements of African American music have been a continuing source of influence on rock music. These characteristics include riffs (repeated patterns), backbeats (emphasizing the second and fourth beats of each measure; see Musical Rhythm: Pulse and Meter), call-and-response patterns, blue notes (the use of certain bent-sounding pitches, especially those related to the third and fifth degrees of a musical scale), and dense buzzy-sounding timbres, or tone colors.

The musical form of rock music varies. Rock and roll of the late 1950s relied heavily upon 12-bar blues and 32-bar song forms. Some rock bands of the late 1960s experimented with more flexible, open-ended forms, and some rock bands of the 1970s developed suite forms derived from classical music. Another important formal development in rock music has been the so-called concept album, a succession of musical pieces tied together by a loose narrative theme.

Much rock music is performed at high volume levels, so the music has been closely tied to developments in electronic technology. Rock musicians have pioneered new studio recording techniques, such as multi-tracking—a process of recording different song segments at different times and layering them on top of one another—and digital sampling, the reproduction by a computer of the patterns of a particular sound. Rock concerts, typically huge events involving thousands of audience members, often feature high-tech theatrical stage effects, including synchronized lighting.


歌曲:《Rock》
濱唱:南拳媽媽
作曲:楊瑞代(蓋瑞)
作詞:梁心頤(lara) 楊瑞代(蓋瑞)


rock your hand shock your hair
rock your body shock your hand
不管男生或女生
rock your body shock your hand

出門買票塞滿了信念
這個月存的錢
為了看場好表演
突然間感到朋友的來電
震動的聲響
興奮又多了點
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男生站過來點
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女生再靠近點
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這場要樂翻天
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演唱會的入口
擠滿了太多人
輪流著在排隊
漫畫先撐著
還好有御飯糰
補充了精神
維持神經的亢奮
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音樂再up一點
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舞步再free一點
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尖叫再high一點
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rock your hand shock your hair
rock your body shock your hand
我們來比誰大聲
rock your body shock your hand

音響傳出隆隆震耳的鼓聲
整個人快爆裂
就是喜歡這音樂
這一秒心跳
跟隨著音樂
腦中的煩惱
暫時都先忘掉
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男生站過來點
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女生再靠近點
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這場要樂翻天
hey hey hey
犧牲了點睡眠
讓靈魂再充電
喉嚨啞到睡醒
再來想辦法
感覺在熔化
快閉上眼睛
所有的fans吶喊吧
hey
音樂再up一點
hey
舞步再free一點
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尖叫再high一點
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hey
想不想再一遍
hey
那要再大聲點
hey
現在就high翻天
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