The Sixties (2014)
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The British Invasion 

A new wave of British bands and artists enter and impact mainstream American culture.
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Murray the 'K' Murray the 'K' ... Himself - WINS Radio NY (archive footage)
Marsha Albert Marsha Albert ... Herself (archive sound)
Rod Argent ... Himself (archive footage)
The Beach Boys ... Themselves (archive footage)
Chuck Berry ... Himself (archive footage)
James Brown ... Himself (archive footage)
Eric Burdon ... Himself - The Animals
Dave Clark Dave Clark ... Himself - The Dave Clark Five
Dick Clark ... Himself (archive footage)
Chris Connelly ... Himself - Journalist
The Crickets The Crickets ... Themselves (archive footage)
Roger Daltrey ... Himself (archive footage)
The Dave Clark Five ... Themselves (archive footage)
Dave Davies ... Himself (archive footage)
Ray Davies ... Himself (archive footage)
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A new wave of British bands and artists enter and impact mainstream American culture.

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10 July 2014 (USA) See more »

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Connections

Features The Ed Sullivan Show (1948) See more »

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Monterey
Written by Eric Burdon, John Weider, Vic Briggs, Danny McCulloch and Barry Jenkins
Performed by Eric Burdon and The Animals
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Music that defined the 60's
2 September 2014 | by awesomeBLTSee all my reviews

Wish I could say I was in the USA to be part of this transformation. Paradoxically I was on the other side of these events, in the military in South East Asia. First time I got wind of what was going on is when someone from the world played Disraeli Gears by the Cream. It really put the hook in me.!! When I got back I had to make up for lost time with the Beatles White Album, the Stones Beggars Banquet, ELO, Jethro Tull, etc, etc. There were many great American artists that contributed to the cultural enlightenment of the times but were excluded from this presentation as it was the "British Invasion", not the American invasion imploding on itself. Eventually I found my center and was reminded of it again by Tom Hanks Production here and with Forest Gump. The times were a changin.

Thanks again Tom, it meant a lot to me.


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