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British Invasion

Post  tranthuongbn on Sat Jan 08, 2011 3:40 pm

The rebellious tone and image of American rock and roll and blues musicians became popular with British youth in the late 1950s. While early commercial attempts to replicate American rock and roll failed, the trad jazz-inspired skiffle craze,[2] with its "do it yourself" attitude, was the starting point of several British acts that would later be part of the "invasion". Young British groups started to combine various British and American styles. This coalesced in Liverpool during 1962 in what became known as Merseybeat, hence the "beat boom".[3][4][5][6] In 1962 "Telstar", an instrumental by The Tornados became the first U.S. number 1 single by a British rock act.[7] Also that year the folk trio The Springfields featuring Dusty Springfield cracked the U.S. top 20.[8]

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Re: British Invasion

Post  heroisthai on Tue Jan 18, 2011 2:37 am

Wyman left in 1990, and his replacement Darryl Jones became the primary bassist, but he is not a full member. Stewart was taken from the official lineup in 1963 to continue as the band's road manager and occasional keyboardist until his death in 1985. Chuck Leavell has been the primary keyboardist for the band.






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