A look at songwriters, and their roots in folk, acoustic traditions of Celtic, European, and Troubadours from North Africa, blues, and country.
An insight into the origins of British rhythm and blues, with a focus on Chris Barber and the establishment of the Marquee Club.
A look at female artists in the 60s, from Grace Slick to Janis Joplin, who broke ground performing rock and roll.
During the 1960s, rock n' roll splintered into a rainbow of genres as musicians experimented with different styles.
An exploration of the sound of psychedelic rock, and the use of electronic instruments, guitar effects, unconventional song structures, and lyric references.
For many music fans, the Motown Sound is the defining sound of 1960s pop, R&B, and soul music; with The Temptations, The Miracles, and Martha Reeves and the Vandellas.
An exploration of the New York hip hop music scene, with a look at Public Enemy, Ice Cube, and Big Daddy Kane.
The stories of some of the biggest names in new wave music, including Devo, The Pretenders, and The B-52's.
An exploration of the folk music scene around the world, featuring Peter Paul and Mary, Gordon Lightfoot, and The Seekers.
An exploration of some of the biggest names in metal music history, including Motorhead, Testament and ACDC.
An exploration of punk rock throughout the United States, including artists such as New York Dolls, The Ramones and The Dead Kennedys.
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