A Time to Rock: A Social History of Rock and Roll
From the Cold War of the '50s to the Vietnam War, from the Civil Rights Movement to the "Me" decade, from Hippies to Reagan, A Time to Rock traces the evolution of rock, following of the music as related to the social trends that influenced its growth and those that rock created. 100 photos.
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