The Singers who lived through Mexico's Golden Age of Cinema either had roles in films where they provided their vocals or their careers took place during this time, 1933 to 1964, although some would state that the era was between 1936-1957. In this class we will focus on twelve singers from Antonio Aguilar to Pedro Infante to Amalia Mendoza.
The Yardbirds are not just one of those iconic bands from the 1960s, they were the birthing ground, the launchpad for a truly awesome hat-trick of musical legends: Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, and Jimmy Page. It’s 30 years since they were inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. The Yardbirds expanded the range of electric guitar with feedback, sustain and fuzz tone, making their own the habit of a free-for-all jam before the final verse, the bridge between the tributary of white R&B of early '60s London and the pastures of psychedelia and power chorded heavy metal. The band formed in the summer of 1963 and continued until band finally broke up in 1968. This is their story.
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