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  • Greatest Decade for Music?

    In your own opinion What is the Greatest Decade that changed the course of Music as we now know it,that had the greatest impact on American culture!

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    the 1950's , when the kids born in the late 30's early 40's decided
    to rebel against " eisenhower" generation, truman generation old fogies
    and idea's, the late 60's were also a defining moment....when the draft age
    men decided to stand up to the wag monger / military industrail machine,
    yes, they " questioned' big brother and his policies instead of being cannon fodder, right , wrong or indifferent that dared to buck the system.



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    • #3
      I am going to have to go with the 60's there I mean that era defined a whole country with its music!!
      I've got friends in low places

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      • #4
        My vote is for the 80's since that was my decade to really get into growing up, but I listen to stuff from all decades from the 60's on...My parents had a great collection of 45's-I laughed at the posts about 8 tracks and explaining tapes to the kids-wonder how many know what a 45 is???

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        • #5
          The mid-80s to mid-90s. Back when rock was still rock and none of this emo bs.

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          • #6
            Late 60s, through the 70s, and into the early 80s.

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            • #7
              Personally speaking {as if Id speak for you!} Id have to say the 1920s when Louis Armstrong started to becomde popular. Its been said he is the Father of Modern Music. POPS. He was the first to popularize solos in modern {RE: OLD J***} music. Plus he was a great ambassador to foreign contries.
              I did love the 80s though with its loooong hair and great 'balls and crunch" guitars..
              I got nothing for now

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              • #8
                Originally posted by e-man
                I did love the 80s though with its loooong hair and great 'balls and crunch" guitars..
                The only problem with the 80s was the mullet.

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                • #9
                  My Favorite even though Im too young to have lived it was the 40's Big Band era.

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