It was the year that Bob Dylan went electric, a pop culture changing moment. Listen to the 1965, the Greatest…
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For WXPN’s Greatest Year in Music, we asked local musician Ben Arnold to pick his favorite.
Plus Simon & Garfunkel, The Supremes, and The Mamas and the Papas.
Scott McKenzie captured the aura of 1967 in his song “San Francisco (Flowers in Your Hair).”
WXPN staff member Wes Bower believes three of the most important albums ever were released in 1966.
Highlights of 1968: The White Album, Electric Ladyland, psychedelic exploration and the roots of prog rock.
There is no doubt that 1964 was dominated by The Beatles, a group that changed the relationship between band and fan forever.
1969 was a watershed year in music. It was the summer of Woodstock, one of the most iconic live concerts…