Choose a song that was written and produced in the 1960s. Discuss how this song relates to a specific historical event or movement that occurred in the 1960s. Here are….
Will You Love Me Tomorrow?
Assignment: Using the guidelines employed to select the 14 songs studied in this course, (�Hound Dog�
�Will You Love Me Tomorrow?� (Goffin-King)
�Please Please Me� (Lennon-McCartney), Recorded by The Beatles (1963)
�Where Did Our Love Go?� (Holland/Dozier/Holland); recorded by The Supreme
�(I Can�t Get No) Satisfaction� (Jagger-Richards); recorded by The Rolling Stones
�Papa�s Got A Brand New Bag� (Brown); recorded by James Brown (1965)
7: �Like A Rolling Stone� (Dylan); recorded by Bob Dylan (1965)
�Good Vibrations� (Love/Wilson); recorded by The Beach Boys (1966)
�Respect� (Redding); recorded by Aretha Franklin (1967)
�Purple Haze� (Hendrix); recorded by the Jimi Hendrix Experience (1967)
: �A Case Of You� (Mitchell); recorded by Joni Mitchell (1971)
�Living For the City� (Wonder); recorded by Stevie Wonder (1973)
�Le Freak� (Edwards-Rodgers); recorded by Chic (1978)
�I Wanna Be Sedated� (Ramone); recorded by The Ramones (1977)
propose, explain, and defend your choice for a 15th song. Be sure to provide the
context of your song�s creation and impact and its �conditions of possibility.�
Make comparison to other songs on the list. Submit a recording or recordings of
your selection and any relevant historical or cultural material.
To be selected for study in the course, a song/recording must meet the following criteria:
1- it is a profoundly influential work, whose influence can be demonstrated through its presence
in the literature and via careful examination of subsequent works of significant impact;
2- the work is considered artistically and culturally groundbreaking;
3- the work represented/reflected or contributed to a cultural and/or historical development or
movement of note.