Someone once described the Madchester scene as, “a breeding ground for aggressively marketed mediocrity”
1968 was a pivotal year for film and television
First, came Boogie Woogie
When you think of America in the 1950’s, likely at some point your mind goes to Doo-Wop. For such short-lived popularity on the charts, Doo-Wop has lived a much more full life in nostalgia.
It’s the club no one wants to join – and there are more folks on the list than you might realize.
The freedom to ramble and roam, long a trademark of American culture, was vastly opened in post-war culture, and the Beats not only embraced it – they practically defined it