The British Invasion: The 1960s and 1970s

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The British Invasion: The 1960s and 1970s takes a look at some of the biggest British bands to leave their mark on American music and culture. The British invasion is a term used to explain the overwhelming popularity of British bands and music that was largely fueled by the Beatlemania hysteria of the mid 1960's. This documentary showcases some of the biggest acts of the era, including The Beatles, The Yardbirds and The Animals. This film features performances from some of the greatest acts of the British invasion, including the Yardbirds performing their 1965 hit song ""I'm a Man," and performances from The Beatles of their 1964 hit song "Til There Was You." The most enduring act from the British invasion, The Rolling Stones, perform "Not Fade Away," and the wild band The Animals offer several performances, including "We've Got To Get Out of This Place" and "It's My Life." Music fans will delight in this trip down memory lane with the bands and music that helped to shape a generation.moreless
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