Whole World in an Uproar Music, Rebellion and Repression – 1955-1972by Leonard, Aaron
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Seventy years since the radical music of the 1960s first hit the airwaves, the anthems of the era continue to resonate with our current times.
Through studying these musicians and the political contexts in which their pioneering songs were birthed; amidst paranoia, psychedelic delusions, desire and civil unrest; Aaron Leonard’s Whole World in an Uproar is an important new critical history of countercultural music from the Summer of Love to the unwelcome arrival of Bob Dylan.
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