Music Video in Movies and TV SHows
Modern music Video The Beatles was first major motion picture, A Hard Day's Night in 1964, directed by Richard Lester. This video set the basic visual vocabulary in today’s music videos influencing musicians, pop and rock group music videos. Following this Beatles filmed a short promotional films for their songs which were distributed for broadcast on television variety shows in U.S & other countries.
the hugely popular American TV series The Monkees was another important influence on the development of the music video genre The series ran from 1966 to 1968. In early 1967 "Strawberry Fields Forever" and " Penny Lane " by the Beatles took the genre to new heights.
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Other pioneering music videos made during this time include the promotional films made by The Doors. The group had a strong interest in film, since both lead singer Jim Morrison and keyboard player Ray Manzarek had met while studying film at UCLA.
The animated film Yellow Submarine was an international sensation of 1968. Soon bands like The Byrds and The Beach Boys were also making promotional films, these "film clips" were often aired on pop music TV shows and there were considered as secondary.
The Midnight Special and Don Kirshner's Rock Concert mixing concert footage with clips incorporating camera tricks, special effects, and dramatizations of song lyrics such promotional clip continued to grow in importance, with television programs.
In 1966 in Australia promotional films by Australian pop performers were being made on a regular basis such as The Masters Apprentices and The Loved Ones.
Bruce Brown, George Greenough and Alby Falzon also made important contributions in their films with Surf film.
ABBA, the Swedish music group used promotional films throughout the 1970's to promote themselves in other countries when traveling or touring abroad.
Hip hop music is a style of popular music is made up of two main components: rapping (MCing) and DJing (audio mixing and scratching). Along with break dancing and graffiti (tagging), these compose the four elements of hip hop, a cultural movement that was initiated by inner-city youth, mostly African Americans and Latinos, in New York City in the early 1970s. The instrumentation of hip hop derives from disco, funk, and R&B.
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