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Reatness starting a musical era that would last longer than anyone predicted Those who joined bands to escape things that lasted found themselves in a new age its colossal start being part of the genre's staying power Never a Dull Moment is than a love song to the music of 1971 It's also an homage to the things that inspired art and artists alike From Soul Train to The Godfather hot pants to table tennis Hepworth explores both the music and its landscapes culminating in an epic story of rock and roll's best year. David Hepworth s Never A Dull Moment 1971 claims that 1971 was the most important year in rock history While man

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1971 Never a Dull Moment Rock's Golden Year

Year the world would hear Don McLean's American Pie The Rolling Stones' Brown Sugar The Who's Baba O'Riley Zeppelin's Stairway to Heaven Rod Stewart's Maggie May Marvin Gaye's What's Going On and David Hepworth an ardent music fan and well regarded critic was twenty one in '71 the same age as many of the legendary artists who arrived on the scene Taking us on a tour of the major moments the events and songs of this remarkable year he shows how musicians came together to form the perfect storm of rock and roll g. 1971 Never a Dull Moment Rock s Golden Year is a supremely enjoyable trawl through the popular music of the year

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A rollicking look at 1971 the busiest most innovative and resonant year of the 70s defined by the musical arrival of such stars as David Bowie Pink Floyd Led Zeppelin and Joni MitchellOn New Year's Eve 1970 Paul McCartney told his lawyers to issue the writ at the High Court in London effectively ending The Beatles You might say this was the last day of the pop eraThe following day which was a Friday was 1971 You might say this was the first day of the rock era And within the remaining 364 days of this monumental. Having enjoyed Uncommon People by David Hepworth I decided to go back to his earlier book 1971 Never


10 thoughts on “1971 Never a Dull Moment Rock's Golden Year

  1. says:

    Hepworth has a good line on when everything happened but he has no idea why it happened No insight into the artis

  2. says:

    It's maddening to attempt to review a nonfiction musical history when both anecdotes and writing style are top notch yet th

  3. says:

    Having enjoyed “Uncommon People” by David Hepworth I decided to go back to his earlier book “1971 – Never a Dull moment Rock’s Golden Year” In 1971 I was five so unlike Mr Hepworth most of the music of that year passed me

  4. says:

    When I saw the year this covered I knew I had to read it I was born in 1971 and so I have grown up listening to many of the bands discussed in the book Hepworth takes the year month by month so that we can understand how the creativity unfolded This is a pivotal moment in the careers of many bands and artists that still are known today and revered The Rolling Stones Led Zeppelin The Who Rod Stewart Cat Stevens David Bowie Carole King Carly

  5. says:

    I will admit to having some preconceived biases when it comes to the music of 1971 but David Hepworth does a fabulous job of supporting those biases Hepworth makes the case that this was the year that changed the

  6. says:

    1971 Never a Dull Moment Rock's Golden Year is a supremely enjoyable trawl through the popular music of the year 1971David Hepworth makes a co

  7. says:

    In all honesty I was a toddler in 1971 but I have a Masters in Rock n’ RollI enjoyed this book if for no other reason than it’s written from the perspective of someone who was coming of age in the UK that year Some might argue that 1971 had many DULL moments —mostly involving the continued mass mourning of The Beatles’ break up—but the author was clearly optimistic and excited about what was going on and what was coming next As h

  8. says:

    I love all things classic rock and when the Hepcat scribbler here boldly makes claim that 1971 was most significant year for music ever well he had my attention Unfortunately Hepworth fails to address the argument with data or exercise a compelling analysis to prove his point Such leg work could be done; comparing an artists popularity over a time influence over later generations effect on culture year by year – act by act hit by hit e

  9. says:

    David Hepworth's Never A Dull Moment 1971 claims that 1971 was the most important year in rock history While many fans are sentimental about specific years or time spans Hepworth makes the case that no other year

  10. says:

    Was 1971 the greatest year of rock music?it certainly was one of the best but I would argue that the great era stretched a little b

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