By Julian Cope
In the Nineteen Sixties rock ‘n’ roll tune begun crossing the Atlantic Ocean—with The Beatles and The Who top the British Invasion of the United States—and the Pacific Ocean, as American and eu rock slowly started to take carry in Japan. This insightful learn from visionary rock musician Julian Cope explores what particularly occurred whilst Western song met japanese beaches. The conflict among conventional jap values and the wild renegades of Sixties and Seventies rock ‘n’ roll is tested, and the seminal artists in eastern post-World warfare II tradition are all coated. From itinerate art-house poets to violent refusenik bands with penchants for aircraft hijacking, this is often the tale of the japanese youths and musicians who concurrently revolutionized a musical style and the tradition of a nation.
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