I’ve got a new sequel to 1965, 1973: ROCK AT THE CROSSROADS. Hope you can check out the Facebook page and Pandora podcast!

It was the last blockbuster year all the ’65 titans released classics at the same time: the former Beatles, the Stones, Dylan, Stevie Wonder, the Who, Marvin Gaye, James Brown, Bob Marley – the list goes on!

At www.facebook.com/1973book I’ve got stories, videos and playlists. And please feel free to post your own!

The Pandora podcast can be found at http://bit.ly/1973AGJ

You can order it at Amazon, Barnes and Nobles, and many other places listed here: http://bit.ly/the1973book

NPR’S review is here:

https://www.npr.org/2019/12/05/785034777/1973-rock-at-the-crossroads-acts-as-a-mirror-for-one-moment-in-time?fbclid=IwAR31PetWOezYu0cahx3mhTb-tLWjB3CkX3BqtNlPoYid9pooYexl3XWRAOQ

1973: the year rock peaked, began to die, and was reborn.

Aside from the legendary artists mentioned above, four mid-level veterans shot to the front of the pack: Pink Floyd, Elton John, David Bowie, and Joni Mitchell.

An amazing crop of new superstars released their debut albums: Bruce Springsteen, Billy Joel, Queen, Aerosmith, the New York Dolls, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and Tom Waits.

But when radio programmers created the Album Oriented Rock format for FM radio, the music began to homogenize, and whose who weren’t mainstream white rockers began to get squeezed out.

Under the radar, however, new movements started percolating that would eventually rise up to rejuvenate popular music: punk, disco, hip hop, reggae, techno, and outlaw country.

Thanks!

Andrew
www.facebook.com/1973book
www.facebook.com/1965book
www.facebook.com/solobeatlesbook
https://www.facebook.com/whereselvisbook/

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