Boogie rock

Boogie rock is a style of blues rock music that developed in the late 1960s.[1] Its key feature is a repetitive driving rhythm, which emphasizes the groove.[1] Although inspired by earlier musical styles, boogie rock has been described as "heavier" or "harder-edged" in its instrumental approach.[1][2]

The term has been applied to two styles:

Boogie rock has also been used to generally describe blues rock performers who emphasize "a back-to-basics approach typified by more simple chord structures and straightforward lyrics" rather than showmanship and instrumental virtuosity.[4][1]

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