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The British Invasion
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The British Invasion Swinging London The Beatles, the Ed Sullivan Show and the marketing machine Divas of the British Invasion Psychedelia The Rolling Stones
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The American Invention of the British Invasion Time magazine: “Swinging London” (April 15th, 1966)
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Sounds and Images Create ‘Swinging London’ Films Fashion Pop art
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The Beatles Break into the American Market ‘I Want to Hold Your Hand’ (released in the US Dec 27th, 1963).
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The Beatles Conquer the US The Billboard charts on March 31st 1964:
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The Beatles Conquer the US The Billboard charts on March 31st 1964: 1. ‘Twist and Shout’ - The Beatles 2. ‘Can’t Buy Me Love’ - The Beatles 3. ‘She Loves You’ - The Beatles 4. ‘I Want to Hold Your Hand’ - The Beatles 5. ‘Please Please Me’ - The Beatles
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The Divas of the British Invasion Dusty Springfield Petula Clark
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The Divas of the British Invasion
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Unformatted text preview: Petula Clark Dusty Springfield Marianne Faithful Lulu Cilla Black Shirley Bassey Mary Hopkin Psychedlia Originated in west coast counter-culture Filled with references to drugs and drug-taking Often typified by attention to non-Western philosophy, art and music. In pop music, also typified by studio production techniques not possible in live performance. Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band (1967) Sgt Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band Within You Without You When Im Sixty-Four The Rolling Stones The End of an Era The Beatles The Beatles [The White Album] (November 1968) Frank Zapper and the Mothers of Invention Were Only in It for the Money (1968) Rolling Stones play at Altamont, California (December 1969)...
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