Free Sample Pack Freaky Old School

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Wikipedia

A finales de los años 1950 en Londres comenzó a utilizarse el término “rave” (en castellano, literalmente, “delirar”) para describir las “fiestas bohemias salvajes” que tenían lugar en los ambientes beatniks del Soho londinense. En 1958 Buddy Holly grabó el éxito “Rave On”, en el que se refería a la lucra y el deseo de que el frenesí no terminara nunca. La palabra “rave” comenzó a ser utilizada posteriormente por la creciente subcultura joven mod de los primeros años 1960 como una forma de describir cualquier fiesta salvaje en general. Las personas que eran animales de fiesta habituales pasaron a denominarse “ravers“. Músicos de pop como Steve Marriott de The Small Faces y Clare Willans se autodescribían como “ravers“.

English

In the late 1950s in London the term “Rave” was used to describe the “wild bohemian parties” of the Soho beatnik set. In 1958 Buddy Holly recorded the hit “Rave On,” citing the madness and frenzy of a feeling and the desire for it to never end. The word “rave” was later used in the burgeoning mod youth culture of the early 1960s as the way to describe any wild party in general. People who were gregarious party animals were described as “ravers”. Pop musicians such as Steve Marriott of The Small Faces and Keith Moon of The Who were self-described “ravers”. Presaging the word’s subsequent 1980s association with electronic music, the word “rave” was a common term used regarding the music of mid-1960s garage rock and psychedelia bands (most notably The Yardbirds, who released an album in the US called Having a Rave Up). Along with being an alternative term for partying at such garage events in general, the “rave-up” referred to a specific crescendo moment near the end of a song where the music was played faster, heavier and with intense soloing or elements of controlled feedback.

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