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Music without Labels XIII White blues by Wet Willie Powerfull atmospheres by Evi Vine Pony Bravo´s critical eclecticism Southern Rock V: More Southern musicians? Artists like Atlanta Rhythm Section also stood out. Based on blues and boogie music, they opted for more cosmopolitan music. As for...
Music without labels XIV Swamp rock by Tony Joe White The cosmic electronica of Brim Liski SFDK´s andalucian hip-hop Southern Rock VI: What is swamp rock? Southern states have the main supply of US legends. Mythology based on Louisiana's sinister swamps (or bayou). Inhospitable lands clinging to...
Music without Labels XV Glam rock by Gary Glitter Vera y las Bóvedas´ good vibrations Rhythm and emotion with Ted Leo Glam rock I: Introduction Glam rock, or glitter rock, appeared in the early 1970s. It includes artists, mostly British, who with fantasy and provocation connect with a young...
Music without Labels XVI David Bowie the visionary Arid country by The Delines Rock with choruses by  My Yellowstone Glam rock II: David Bowie David Bowie was a visionary who anticipated trends and fashions. A star with great ingenuity who knew how to collect influences of all kinds and imprint his...
Music without Labels XVII Elton John, the composer Updated chanson by Alexandre Lacaze Noise-pop by Bromide Glam rock III: Elton John Elton John made up for his physical limitations and dazzled all kinds of audiences with professionality and talent. After starting out as a romantic pop composer, in...
Music without Labels XVIII Art-rock by Bryan Ferry Ana Tijoux´s social activism Miscegenation by Phum Viphurit Glam rock IV: Bryan Ferry Bryan Ferry represents the art-rock of the seventies. He showed a provocative attitude that contrasted with his image as an elegant, persuasive and seductive...
Music without Labels XIX Queen´s grandiloquence Mediterranean blues by Namina Urban-roots by Pó Girl Glam rock V: Queen Queen was an ambiguous band who, by mixing all types of trends and further pushing and riding the bisexual and glamorous wave, knew how to hold its spot among the main attractions...
Music without Lables XX The glam ambiguity of Rod Stewart Piano with textures by Ed Carlsen Riverboy´s andalucian folk rock  Glam rock VI: Rod Stewart Rod Stewart possesses a personal and untransferable voice, which is able to captivate all type of audiences. Being proud of his workman origins and...
Music without Labels XXI Marc Bolan, king of glam Jazz and hip-hop by Big Menu Tiny Fighter´s  nordic pop-rock Glam rock VII: Marc Bolan Marc Bolan is the true king of glam. He’s a prolific musician that mixed rock and roll maters with his peculiar fantasies, creating a distinct sound universe. He...
Music without Labels XXII The sinister and theatrical glam of Alice Cooper Fernando Mansilla´s dance literature Neo rockabilly by Kim Lenz Glam rock VII: Alice Cooper Based on the grotesque, Alice Cooper developed all the possibilities of rock as a theatrical show. He was interested in the universe...
Music without Labels XXIII Glam with feeling by Slade High level jazz-pop with Julia Biel Vila Chinaski´s pop-folkie Glam rock IX: More artists With glitter rock came an adolescent and brash type of music that worshipped the image. Soul, blues and folk musicians appropriated their appearance and...
Music without Levels XXIV Teenager glam with David Essex Updated post-punk by The Membranes Zahara, pop singer-songwriters Glam rock X: teenager Glam In full glam era, as the counterpart of the dominant progressive rock, more adult and with intellectual traces, there was a revival of the teenager...

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