This episode examines the expanding electric music scene.

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Episode 4: The Sounds of Soul
22 October 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

While the Beatles was innovating rock music, black artists were making their own headway in the pop music scene.

Second wave of black artists were starting to dominate the scene. Most notable being Ray Charles, Aritha Franklin, the Supremes, and James Brown.

Formulation of Motown as a record label, and other musicians such as the Temptations, and Jackie Wilson innovating the traditional blues and gospel music, black music found its own footing in rock culture.

This episode is about development of black R&B music making its way into mainstream rock n roll music.


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