I agree with you on that, r'n'r has given something new to the music in the 50's and in the future's eraDBOY said:i voted for RnR's debut, and accept in the music scene. Not that I like any of that music, but because I think it was an important step towards getting a higher grade of tollerance towards new genres, and what can be done on f.ex television. Even though it was met with equal amounts of criticism and thrill, i think it after a while wa accepted, and I believe that this worked as the building platform for many new genres of music, and was basically the beginning of modern music .
So VIVA Elvis, Roy Orbison and the rest of the rest of them modder fodders....
Actually all four mentioned by you were already xtremelly famous in the mid to lates 60's already.........So the 60's Flower Power Era would be their time in musical history . :smileani:Andreas said:Dopey Here :jester: would like to ask a question that may seem extremely stupid :nervous:
What moment / period would the early - mid 70's bands such as Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Hendrix, The Who etc.... belong to on this list )if any at all ??? :undecide: