The Greenwood Encyclopedia of Rock History: Folk, pop, mods, and rockers, 1960-1966
Greenwood Press, 2006 - Music - 319 pages
Chronicles the history of rock and roll music and its impact on American culture, discussing significant artists, albums, songs, writers, producers, and genres of six periods spanning 1951-2005, and provides chronologies, alphabetized guides, and lists of top-selling recordings, important albums, and further resources, including print works, Web sites, films, and museum collections.
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