Birth of British Rock / Various: The Birth of British Rock

Birth of British Rock / Various: The Birth of British Rock

Birth of British Rock / Various: The Birth of British Rock

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Description

Title: The Birth of British Rock
Artist: Birth of British Rock / Various
Label: Fremeaux & Assoc. FR
Product Type: COMPACT DISCS
UPC: 3561302583228
Genre: Classical Artists

British rock was born before the cultural upheaval brought by The Beatles. Inspired at first by the United States, as well as Jamaican and Trinidadian colonies, English rock blossomed out of blues musicians like Alexis Korner, boogie, such as Winifred Atwell's, and the great skiffle craze led by Scotsman Lonnie Donegan. Then came the rise of young artists inspired by the Elvis Presley phenomenon in the US: Tommy Steele, Marty Wilde, Johnny Kidd, Vince Taylor - and also great English stars such as Billy Fury & Cliff Richard and The Shadows. Bruno Blum unveils some remarkable records here and comments on the best of this overlooked period, as The Beatles were assimilating this music and already building their up-and-coming revolution.

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