This Day in Music
 




Times They Are A Changin'

Pop music is considered to be a reflection of changing youth culture and politics. Revealing trends, attitudes and social awareness it is a barometer of the times. From Elvis to Beatlemania, punk to hip hop and all points inbetween, it releases our emotions and takes us to another conscience state. When radio entered in to our lives in the early 19th century, it changed everything.

Broadcasting the sounds of the era to the masses, we could all access and share the tales of how music changed us. Here are the stories of how it was made, consumed and adored. Take a trip and listen/download the history of music as told by the most influential artist of all time. Pete Mitchell.



Bowie in Berlin Beatles I Was There Rolling Stones in Mono
Led Zeppelin The Beatles Revolver Supersonic
Elvis Presely G.I. Amy Winehouse Jimmy Page
Pet Sounds Velvet Underground & Nico Sex Pistols
The Who The Clash James Brown
Smokey Robinson The Cure Swinging 60's
Hacienda Brian Jones The Beatles
T Rex and Tainted Love Earth Wind & Fire Cloud 9
Girl Groups Screamadelica Sly & The Family Stone
The Four Tops Manic Street Preachers The Kinks
10cc George Clinton Gregory Porter
Motor City History of Nightclubs Joy Division
Bay City Rollers Bobbie Womack Nile Rodgers
Supremes Marvin Gaye Sound of Stax

The Rolling Stones
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