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A Rock’n’Roll programme with songs by Fats Domino (Whole Lotta Lovin), Jerry Lee Lewis (Great Balls of Fire), Elvis Presley (All Shook Up) etc.
Rock’n’Roll after World War II is just like the sarabande during the Renaissance, the waltz during Biedermeier and the Tango around 1900: a lascivious, bold dance that disrupted the social order. Rock’n’Roll shook up society and morality, combined Afro-American subculture with white mainstream and preached free love and the right to frenzy. The Old School Basterds gyrate their hips and shake their loins just like in the fifties …
›Optionally: join in the dance at the ballroom afterwards: Rock’n’Roll programme
Radiobroadcast: Fr., July 21th, 08.30 pm, Ö1