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Music Without Labels I Country-rock by Eagles Shoegazing with Burning House New flamenco by Rosalía Country Rock: Introduction In the early 70s, the hippie Californian movement came crashing down. After the deaths of Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, and Jim Morrison, rock music stopped being...
Music without Labels II Californian country rock by Gram Parsons Indie pop by Vetusta Morla British soul by Myles Sanko Country Rock II: California In the country rock movement (which emerged in the early 70s), the Californian scene had special importance. It was started by folk rock groups which,...
Music without labels III Elaborated country rock by Poco The magic of Mabel Millán´s guitar Powering pop with Big Tide Country Rock III: California Standouts At the same time as bands such as The Eagles or The Flying Burrito Brothers were emerging, hundreds of country rock bands from all over the...
Music without Labels IV Nashville´s country rock by Kris Kristofferson Spoken word by Mapache Optimistic pop by Felines Country Rock IV: What happens in Nashville? In Nashville, the band Area Code 615 mixes country structures and instruments with pop. It is formed by studio musicians who have...
Music without Labels V Country-rock and outlaws by Willie Nelson Dirty rock by Yur Mum Pop d'auteur by Pinocho Detective. Country Rock V: How does it spread? With the turn of the decade, country rock music spread all over the country, especially in the South. A great variety of artists and bands...
Music without Labels VI Country-pop by America Psychedelic flamenco by Quentin Gas and los Zíngaros Funky-pop by The Whitest Boy Alive Country Rock VI: Did it get close to pop music? In the middle of a commercial frenzy of country rhythms, some pop bands which made use of folk and country sounds...
Music without Labels VII British country-rock by Albert Lee Marcin Masecki´s sound tracks Exciting pop-rock by Astropalido Country Rock VII: What about the United Kingdom? Although many great folk rock and blues rock bands were born in the United Kingdom, their assimilation to country sounds was...
Music without Lables VIII Alternative country-rock by The Jayhawks The infinite sound of Indigo Drone Cutting edge jazz by Robert Glasper Country Rock VIII: What's going on currently? The phenomenon is currently repeating. Country music is being reintroduced in pop and rock music. The best...
Music without Labels IX Rock and southern pride by Lynyrd Skynyrd Hispanic underground by Lõbison   Kings of Convenience´s elegant pop Southern Rock I: Introduction In the 70s, in the fertile South of the United States (until then alienated by the rock industry) emerges a musical rebirth with...
Music without Lables X Southern genius by Allman Brothers Band Ólafur Arnalds´ sensitivity    The charismatic voice of José Antonio García Southern Rock II: What was The Allman Brothers Band? The band of the Allman brothers was the genre’s most deserving representative. They enriched their music...
Music without Labels XI ZZ Top´s metal boogie Impromptu jazz by Almost Gone German electro punk by Prada Meinhoff Southern Rock III: Who are ZZ Top? ZZ Top are the kings of boogie metal. They craft an extravagant image of cowboys with Orthodox priests’ beards. Despite their enormous fame and their...
Music without Labels XII Rock with soul by Little Feat Carmen Boza´s speaking guitars Experimental power pop by K Michelle DuBois Southern Rock IV: Other prominent names? A lot of bands emerged from Southern rock, such as Black Oak Arkansas and its extroverted vocalist Jim "Dandy" Mangrum. Bands...

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