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Episode 4
Time-length-icon 9m 20s
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Publish-date-icon May 19, 2011
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Jim discusses how the music in the United States at the end of the 50s became lifeless under the control of the music industry. Teen idols were churned out of the machine and onto television, and all the while, young people across the pond were discovering a treasure trove of American blues records from cats like Muddy Waters. The Rolling Stones and the Beatles bring America’s music back to America, but Jim tells us how they end up managing their careers far better than Elvis did before them.

This podcast is produced by DevlinPix. To learn more please visit Devlinpix.com

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