Rock N Roll Music Quotes by John Lennon, Alice Cooper, Lemmy Kilmister, Keith Richards, Blythe Danner, Frank Zappa and many others.
We’re more popular than Jesus now; I don’t know which will go first, rock ‘n’ roll or Christianity.
The hippies wanted peace and love. We wanted Ferraris, blondes and switchblades.
A kid once said to me “Do you get hangovers?” I said, “To get hangovers you have to stop drinking.
Rock and Roll: Music for the neck downwards.
I’m mostly a jazz fan and I’ve never really been into rock ‘n’ roll music вЂ” although I guess Coldplay isn’t really rock ‘n’ roll вЂ” but he’s made me a convert. I do go to their concerts whenever we’re in the same town and I don’t even have to wear earplugs any more, which I did in the beginning.
No change in musical style will survive unless it is accompanied by a change in clothing style. Rock is to dress up to.
Playing rock ‘n’ roll music, it’s going to be integrated, but being black you didn’t want to go into some neighborhood where you weren’t wanted.
I had never done TV. I think it’s a foolish medium for, most rock ‘n roll music. Nobody ever comes off well on TV.
When you sit down and think about what rock ‘n’ roll music really is, then you have to change that question. Played up-tempo, you call it rock ‘n’ roll; at a regular tempo, you call it rhythm and blues.
[Rock ‘n’ roll] music started out with some cat banging a log with a couple of pieces of stick. He sent a message across a river and although the cat on the other side receiving the message didn’t know the exact words, he did understand basically something about what was being communicated.
Rock ‘n’ roll music is what gets me off.
Music is everybody’s possession. It’s only publishers who think that people own it.
Sending grown-ups up the wall is one of the things adolescence is all about. A few years ago it was done with rock ‘n’ roll music. Now at least they can do it quietly with a home computer.
Punk [rock] seemed like rock ‘n’ roll music utterly without the music.
Aerobics is a really whacked-out way to get going. The loud rock ‘n’ roll music and the teachers standing before you, doing the exercises and screaming into the microphone, “Go! Go! Go for the burn!”
Rock ‘n Roll: The most brutal, ugly, desperate, vicious form of expression it has been my misfortune to hear.
Commercial rock ‘n’ roll music is a brutalization of the stream of contemporary Negro church music an obscene looting of a cultural expression.