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Top 500 of the Top 40: #10 - July 1964

The Beach Boys: All Summer Long

In 1964, the music scene changed very rapidly, too rapidly for most. Popular singers who predated the Beatles were suddenly struggling to maintain relevance. The...

Top 500 of the Top 40: #9 - July 1964

The Beatles: Something New

Top 500 of the Top 40 Album #9 - SOMETHING NEW – THE BEATLES July 1964 - #2 On previous entries, I’ve already bemoaned Capitol’s self-proclaimed license to...

Top 500 of the Top 40: #8 - May 1964

The Rolling Stones: England's Newest Hitmakers

Imagine a day when the Rolling Stones could legitimately claim to be England’s newest hitmakers.

Over fifty years later, they can certainly...

How Music Changed: Channel 146-2

Simon & Garfunkel:Greenwich Village to London

In the earl sixties, most American college-aged kids found themselves abandoning pop music and rock and roll for the new trend of folk music. Paul Simon and Artie...

How Music Changed: Channel 146-1

Simon & Garfunkel: The Early Years

Few superstars had beginnings that were as inauspicious as Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel.

As teenagers living in the Borough of Queens, they came of...

How Music Changed: Channel 21- 8

Bing Crosby: The War Years and Beyond

In a poll taken from soldiers during World War II, Bing Crosby was selected as the most important personality for boosting troop morale.

Apparently,...

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