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Rock music

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1961-1970 (2)
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View Resource BMGonline: Set Your Sites

BMG Entertainment provides this portal to three avenues of modern music: country (Twang This), alternative (BUGjuice), and urban (Peeps Republic). Each site contains news, star information, upcoming concerts, and of course, video and or audio clips (RealPlayer or QuickTime). The design of each site, as well as the content, should appeal to the fans of that music. Note that sites open in their own...

https://www.bmg.com/us/
View Resource Rockmine: The Internet's Largest Rock Music Resource

Founded in 1985, Rockmine is Europe's largest independent rock music archive, providing information for researchers and the media. Rockmine first went online in 1995 but has continued to develop since. One of the more notable recent additions is the Archive, which currently contains a gallery of over 100 posters and handbills from the famed Fillmore Auditorium and Avalon Ballroom; all thirteen...

http://www.rockmine.com/Rockmn.html
View Resource Planet Krulik

Jeff Krulik is best-known for his 1986 fifteen-minute masterpiece, Heavy Metal Parking Lot, which he produced with John Heyn and which subsequently became one of the most widely distributed underground videos of all time. For anyone who was a teenager or young adult in the mid-1980s, this film will definitely bring back some memories, as it perfectly and affectionately captures the essence of...

http://www.jeffkrulik.com/#top
View Resource Liverpool Flags Fly at Half-mast

The flags are flying at half-mast in Liverpool today. Most famous for his role as the Beatles' guitarist, George Harrison, musician, film producer, and writer, died yesterday at friend Gavin De Becker's house in Los Angeles; he was with his wife and son Dhani. Harrison had been treated for throat cancer in 1998 and, this year, for lung cancer and a brain tumor. He was the youngest of the Fab Four...

https://scout.wisc.edu/report/2001/1130