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Free on 22nd - 24th Jun 18
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This book is the first half of a unique new study of 1960s pop music. Using the framework of the sales charts of the day, the author analyses genres and trends and critiques records and artists from a personal perspective, whilst offering reminiscences of growing up during pop’s golden decade as a child and teenager with ‘a jukebox for a brain’.

The account includes not only features on the more memorable stars and songs, but also recalls a vast supporting cast of players who, half a century on, tend to be increasingly overlooked.

If you are the sort of person who enjoys reading about music in magazines such as Mojo, Record Collector and Uncut and laments the passing of reference works like The Guinness Book Of Hit Singles, then this book – written by a music fan for music fans – is for you.

And Volume 2 – Happenings Fifty Years’ Time Ago – will also be appearing soon!

Free on 22nd - 24th Jun 18
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