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The Band, Jeff Beck, Big Brother & The Holding Company, Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Canned Heat, Joe Cocker, Cream, Creedence Clearwater Revival, The Doors, Electric Flag, Grateful Dead, Jimi Hendrix, Iron Butterfly, Jefferson Airplane, John Mayall, Steve Miller, Procol Harum, Quicksilver Messenger Service, The Rolling Stones, Santana, Spirit, Steppenwolf, Traffic, Vanilla Fudge, The Who: School of Rock: Monterey to Altamont
Guide by Barney Hoskyns, iTunes, 2008
BETWEEN 1966 and 1970, there was a seismic change in British and American pop. Within a few short years "pop" became "rock", and teenagers who'd ...
Joan Armatrading, Jackson Browne, Tim Buckley, Harry Chapin, Leonard Cohen, John Denver, Neil Diamond, Bob Dylan, Billy Joel, Rickie Lee Jones, Carole King, Kris Kristofferson, Gordon Lightfoot, Don McLean, Joni Mitchell, Randy Newman, Laura Nyro, John Prine, Carly Simon, Paul Simon, Cat Stevens, James Taylor, Tom Waits, Neil Young, Warren Zevon: School of Rock Study Guide: Singer-Songwriters
Guide by Barney Hoskyns, iTunes, October 2008
"WHERE DO YOU have left to go but in?" It was a question posed by Joni Mitchell, the brilliant Canadian blonde who specialized in intensely ...
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