London, Reign Over Me: How England’s Capital Constructed Traditional Rock

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It began in London. Greater than fifty years in the past, a technology of teenagers created one thing that will change the face of music perpetually.

London, Reign Over Me immerses us within the backroom golf equipment, basement file retailers, and late-night faint radio indicators of 1960s Britain, the place younger hopefuls like Peter Frampton, Dave Davies, and Mick Jagger constructed off American blues and jazz to type a complete new sound. Writer Stephen Tow weaves collectively unique interviews with over ninety musicians and movers-and-shakers of the time to uncover the uniquely British story of traditional rock’s start.

Capturing the stark distinction of bursting creative vitality with the blitzkrieg panorama leftover from World Battle II, London, Reign Over Me reveals why traditional rock ‘n’ roll may solely have been born in London. A brand new sound from a brand new technology, this music helped spark crucial cultural transformation of the 20th century.

Key interviews embody:
•Jon Anderson (Sure)
•Ian Anderson (Jethro Tull)
•Rod Argent (The Zombies)
•Chris Barber (Chris Barber Jazz Band)
•Joe Boyd (Producer/supervisor)
•Arthur Brown (Loopy World of Arthur Brown)
•David Cousins (The Strawbs)
•Dave Davies (The Kinks)
•Spencer Davis (Spencer Davis Group)
•Judy Dyble (Fairport Conference)
•Ramblin’ Jack Elliott (Solo people/blues artist)
•Peter Frampton (Humble Pie, solo artist)
•Roger Glover (Deep Purple)
•Steve Howe (Sure)
•Neil Innes (Bonzo Canine Band; Monty Python)
•Kenney Jones (The Small Faces; The Who)
•Greg Lake (King Crimson; Emerson, Lake & Palmer)
•Manfred Mann (Manfred Mann)
•Terry Marshall (Marshall Amplification)
•Dave Mason (Visitors)
•Phil Could (The Fairly Issues)
•John Mayall (The Bluesbreakers)
•Jim McCarty (The Yardbirds)
•Ian McLagan (The Small Faces)
•Jacqui McShee (The Pentangle)
•Peter Noone (Herman’s Hermits)
•Carl Palmer (Atomic Rooster; Emerson, Lake & Palmer)
•Jan Roberts (Eel Pie Island Documentary Mission)
•Paul Rodgers (Free)
•Peggy Seeger (Solo people artist)
•Hylda Sims (Membership proprietor)
•Keith Skues (DJ: Radio Caroline, Radio London, Radio One)
•Jeremy Spencer (Fleetwood Mac)
•John Metal (The Animals)
•Al Stewart (Solo people artist)
•Dick Taylor (The Fairly Issues)
•Ray Thomas (The Moody Blues)
•Richard Thompson (Fairport Conference)
•Rick Wakeman (The Strawbs, Sure)
•Barrie Wentzell (Photographer: Melody Maker)

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