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  • #235287
    ALB
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    Elvis, as originally a poor southern White (like most of them), ok but are you sure about the Beatles? Didn’t they usher in the end of Rock and Roll?

    #235288
    paula.mcewan
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    Beatles? We don’t need no Beatles.
    Manchester https://youtu.be/yds77TQFfdE

    #235289

    Rock n Roll came from blues, and the Beatles at the beginning imitiated several black musicians from the USA who played guitars, and sang rock and roll and then they moved into something else when they moved to India . I am a crate digger or music collector

    How The Beatles Reinterpreted Black Music

    That feeling that the Beatles gave to their music at the beginning ( like cuban boleros ) came from the south of the USA, in some of their songs Ringo played bongos. Most Argentinean do not want to accept that Tango is black music, and the Cueca from Chile is black music

    #235290

    Some musicians like Bobby Sanabria has said that a musical continuation between Cuba and the USA on Afro cuban music would have given two results, it would have become one of the autoctonous music of the USA like jazz, and the Beatles wouldn’t have been so popular. Two Cuban musicians known as Machito and Mario Bauza were the founder of the Latin Jazz in the USA, Bauza said: Jazz on the top, afro cuban music on the bottom
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x1NH2nawCIY&list=RDx1NH2nawCIY&start_radio=1. Jazz and Afro cuban music combined

    #235292

    Beatles? We don’t need no Beatles.
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    The Beatles were unique and nobody has been able to imitate them

    #235293

    Elvis, as originally a poor southern White (like most of them), ok but are you sure about the Beatles? Didn’t they usher in the end of Rock and Roll?

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    His music used to be called monkey music by the Southern whites

    https://www.ferris.edu/HTMLS/news/jimcrow/question/2006/march.htm

    #235390
    alanjjohnstone
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    alanjjohnstone
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    #235429
    alanjjohnstone
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    Some on the left have suggested Jerusalem as a new national anthem but this is from Edward Carpenter, a socialist and associate of William Morris, and is frequently overlooked.

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    paula.mcewan
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    #235537
    alanjjohnstone
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    #235998
    paula.mcewan
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    Honestly, I’m just so frustrated with the party’s website. It’s actually incomprehensible for someone (like me) who wants to post something. Grrrrr but in the meantime

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    #236164
    Moo
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    Thanks for sharing all the great music. I have to hold back the tears while listening to this song: “Talkin’ ‘Bout a Revolution” by Tracy Chapman

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