The Big Beat- Online Radio Show with DJ Kingblind

Proto-Metal- Episode 27

November 18, 2020 DJ Kingblind Episode 27
The Big Beat- Online Radio Show with DJ Kingblind
Proto-Metal- Episode 27
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The Big Beat- Online Radio Show with DJ Kingblind
Proto-Metal- Episode 27
Nov 18, 2020 Episode 27
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(Episode 27) 
 DJ Kingblind presents The Big Beat online radio show- This week we talk about & play the best music in a themed DJ set called "This is Proto-Metal".  Heavy-Metal didn't come out of nowhere. It Originated in the late 60's with a fusion of blues & psychedelic rock. As Hippie Power gave way to disillusionment, a dark, less optimistic sound emerged. The music that help influence, define & invent Heavy-Metal. Wanna find out more? visit www.djkingblind.com or search DJ Kingblind in your favorite podcast app to find out more!

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(Episode 27) 
 DJ Kingblind presents The Big Beat online radio show- This week we talk about & play the best music in a themed DJ set called "This is Proto-Metal".  Heavy-Metal didn't come out of nowhere. It Originated in the late 60's with a fusion of blues & psychedelic rock. As Hippie Power gave way to disillusionment, a dark, less optimistic sound emerged. The music that help influence, define & invent Heavy-Metal. Wanna find out more? visit www.djkingblind.com or search DJ Kingblind in your favorite podcast app to find out more!

Find all links for DJ Kingblind here: https://linktr.ee/kingblind

Welcome back. This is Episode 27 of the big beat online radio show with your host DJ Kingblind. You can visit us online at DJ Kingblind.com. There you can donate to our show to help keep things going. You can write us and say hello, or you can listen to any of our episodes. This week I'm dedicated the show to my friend fa, fa This is for you. I hope you like it. So let's get started. Heavy Metal didn't come out of nowhere. It originated in the late 60s with a fusion of blues and psychedelic rock. As hippie power a gateway to disillusionment, a dark, less optimistic sound emerged. This was proto metal, paving the way for the even harder and faster rock that was to come. This genre of rock music was developed in the late 60s in the early 70s, largely in the United Kingdom, and to a lesser extent in the United States. With roots in blues rock, psychedelic rock and asset rock bands developed a thick, massive sound characterized by distortion, extended guitar solos, emphatic beats and loudness. The lyrics and performance are sometimes associated with aggression, and machismo in 1968, three of the genres most famous pioneers that been Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple, and of course, the gods of metal Black Sabbath, were founded. Though they came to attract wide audiences, they were often derided by critics. Following the blueprint laid down by Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath. Several American man modified heavy metal into more accessible forms during the 70s the raw sleazy sounds and shock rock of Alice Cooper and kiss. The Blues roots rock of Aerosmith, and the flashy guitar leads and wild party rock Van Halen during the mid 70s, Judas Priest helped spur the genres evolution by discarding much of its blues influence on Motorhead introduced a punk rock sensibility and increased emphasis on speed. We're going to start things off with an English band from Birmingham, England called Black Sabbath. This first song doesn't sound like a Black Sabbath song at all. It sounds like a blue song because that's what Black Sabbath was. They were a blues band that became a heavy blues band that turned into the godfathers of metal. And this is that Crossroads that you'll hear the beginning of this the first 10 or 15 seconds sounds very much like a hippie blues song, and then turned into the dark, ominous tone that we know and love from Black Sabbath. The songs taken from their 1970 debut album Black Sabbath. The Wizard was also a beside to the 1970 single paranoid, which reached number four in the UK Singles Charts and number 61 on the Billboard Top 100. The Wizard is about a wizard who uses his magic to encourage people he counters. In 2005, Black Sabbath and bassist and lyricist Geezer Butler said the songs littered lyrics were influenced by Gandalf from Lord of the Rings because, you know, heavy metal Of course they were. Well, I've got a bunch of great things for the play for you guys. I'm really excited about it. I've got about three bands, I think you're going to know before I play this, and about 12 I don't think you've ever heard of before. So a good mix of maybe some common things or less common things and the brand new but let's get things started off with the wizard. This is promo metal

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