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Sounds of Rebellion

Music in the 1960s · Popular Music Through the Decades

by Britannica Educational Publishing Author · Jeff Wallenfeldt Editor

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The music of the 1960s is perhaps as memorable as the historical milestones of the era. Timeless bands, such as the Beatles and the Rolling Stones, emerged from England while the U.S. saw the rise of such folk musicians as Bob Dylan and the explosion of soul, with such legends as Aretha Franklin and James Brown providing the soundtrack to the fight for civil rights. Accessible text captures the extraordinary sounds of this unforgettable period through profiles of its greatest musical talents, placing their stories in social and cultural context.

Publication Details

Publisher:
Britannica Educational Publishing
Imprint:
Britannica Educational Publishing
Edition:
1
Publication Date:
2013
Series:
Popular Music Through the Decades

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