20 thoughts on “History of British Rock – Part 1

  1. Nikolaos Tsiamperas

    Robert Powell on narration?! Sounds a lot like him…

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  2. Tammy Cannon

    Hi, Where is this footage originally from – anyone know which channel it was for? Thnx

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  3. patrick miller

    skiffle might be why britain was and still is a major hub for indie rock

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  4. ludocrat

    I don't know what ever gave you that idea. Stiff upper lip and fair play and all that is just typically shallow American stereotyping. It's bollocks. We'd have stolen the entire world given half the chance, but America beat us to it.

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  5. GERLANE CUSACK

    ADORO ESSE DOCUMENTÁRIO EU TENHO O DVD É DEMAIS ASSISTO TODO DIA COM A MINHA SOBRINHA DE NOVE ANOS ELA ADORA TB E SABE AS MUSICAS, ADORO BEATLES, GERRY, ROLING STONES, THE ANIMALS, CREAM,THE WHO ETC.

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  6. WhateverItTakes

    No mention of the black american bluesmen at all here. I though you British prided yourselves on truth in history. This is sad.

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  7. okokokok987

    I keep trying to post the link for it, but I keep getting an "Error, try again!" message. You can buy it at the videobeat site – they have loads of classic rock, surf, JD, etc. DVDs available.

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  8. Andraste Reminiec

    Could someone tell me where I can find this Documentary on Dvd?

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  9. ChelseaLionFan

    Nah, it still would've found a way. Don't get me wrong, the Stones were great but there was still talent out there.

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  10. Joe Dollinter

    OMG It's Edith Prickly at 1:23,I didn't know she was a Rock&Roll pioneer before working for SCTV. This is a revelation !

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