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History of pop music

In the following article, I would like to take the time to tell you about the history of pop music. In the nineteen sixties there were many different teen idols that were related to the western pop world which included a number of artists. Some of the artists that were idols for teens are known as the Beatles as well as The Beach Boys and Cliff Richard. There was also Sandy Shaw and The Who as well as Lulu and The Rolling Stones. Others were known as The Small Faces and Gene Pitney as well as The Shadows. There were also many other pop musicians as well that were known as Neil Diamond and Gary Lewis and his band as well as Matt Monro and Burt Bacharach. Other artists were known as Aretha Franklin and Isley Brothers as well as Ray Charles and Stevie Wonder. There were also The Supremes as well as Marvin Gaye and Bob Dylan, not to mention Simon and Garfunkel.
In the nineteen seventies there were new sounds that were arriving in what was known as the disco era which included a number of different overdubbed harmonies that originated from the Carpenters and ABBA as well as Engelbert Humperdinck not to mention the BeeGees. There was also the pop music that was based on the piano that came from Elton John as well as the pop music that had a country slang to it that was produced by the Eagles as well as the pop music that was influenced by rock that was sang by Rod Stewart and Steely Dan as well as Fleetwood Mac. There were also many other musicians that were known for their pop music as well.
Those musicians were known as David Bowie and Rex Smith as well as Barry Manilow. There was also Queen and Cat Stevens as well as Chicago. Other artists consisted of Carole King as well as the Village People and Jackson Five. There were also the Miracles as well as Lionel Richie and Roberts Flack, not to mention Carly Simon and Cher as well as Stevie Wonder. If you are interested in finding out more information about the history of pop music, I am sure that you will find out more information than you can handle online on the internet. There are many different websites that have information on them regarding the history of pop music.

Larry

September 27, 2007 - Posted by | Blogroll

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