The Virgin Encyclopedia of Sixties Music

The Virgin Encyclopedia of Sixties Music

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Published for the first time in hard cover this invaluable handbook contains 1000 entries taken from the Encyclopedia of Popular Music , offering an insight into the 60s -- the most analyzed yet least understood decade in the history of popular music. It includes every artist who had a significant impact on the development of rock and pop music in those ten years, from the Beatles-led invasion of America to the States' own pop aristocracy of Phil Spector and the Beach Boys, from the rise of Motown to the arrival of psychedelia and the Summer of Love. A perfect mix of fact and informed opinion contained in one single volume. Covers the essential elements -- dates, career facts, discography, album ratings plus a sense of context for each artist.
Published: London : Virgin, 2002.
Edition: 3rd ed.
ISBN: 9781852279332
1852279338
Branch Call Number: 782.4216 VIR 3RD ED.
Characteristics: 542 p. ;,24 cm.
Additional Contributors: Larkin, Colin

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