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The History of British Rock and Roll: The Forgotten Years 1956 - 1962 By Robin Bell
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The History of British Rock 'n' Roll: The Forgotten Years - 1956 - 1962 covers the period between the late 1950's and the early 1960's,when British artists began to challenge the dominance of their... More > American counterparts in the rock 'n' roll music scene Read about those early pioneers of British rock such as Tommy Steele, Marty Wilde and Cliff Richard. Rediscover the memories of The Six-Five Special, Oh Boy! and Drumbeat. What was Larry Parnes really like? Who were the Elvis wannabe's? All this and more...< Less
The Road to the Hermitage By Robin Bell
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What is it like to live on a remote 100 acre farm in the remote Southern Highlands of Australia? Where you have no mains electricity or water and the nearest shop is over 35 km away... Join Robin... More > Bell as he gets back to the basics< Less
The Australian Outback: The History and Mythology of the Land Down Under By Robin Bell
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Take a journey through space and time to discover the history, exploration, culture, traditions, myths and lifestyle of the Australian Outback from pre-history to tomorrow.
The History of British Rock 'n' Roll: The Forgotten Years 1956 - 1962 By Robin Bell
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From the all-too-sweet sounds of the contemporary British artists of the mid-1950's through to the breakthrough of the more biting and vibrant sounds of Tommy Steele, Marty Wilde, Cliff Richard... More > and all the Elvis clones that emerged during the late 1950's, this book chronicles the development of British rock 'n' roll into a fully blown home industry that paved the way for the British takeover that was to come in 1962 when the Beatles conquered the world. However, before that earth-shattering event, British pop music suffered an anti-climactic decline into the mediocrity of what is often called 'bubblegum' music. This is the story of that rise and fall.< Less