Day School: A Change is Gonna Come - Social Development in Popular Music 1950-64

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From Austerity Britain to the nation where "you've never had it so good ". From rationing to a boom in consumer goods. From family sing songs around the piano at home to the commercial world of the charts and international celebrities. From Vera Lynn to John Lennon. We will look at the crucial influences on culture and music of the Civil Rights movement in the USA and conclude with an examination of how a general questioning of deferential attitudes to authority paved the way for the emergence of an assertive popular music embodied, in particular, by The Beatles.

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