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9,463.  In recent years this uniquely British tradition has been monopolized by TV talent shows.  But the backlash is well under way.  And the great race for the Christmas No.1 is back.  (Christmas & Music & Pop Music)  The Christmas No.1 Story, BBC 2012

 

9,464.  1952: Al Martino: Here in my heart.  (Christmas & Music & Pop Music & Heart)  ibid.

 

9,465.  1955: Dickie Valentine: Christmas Alphabet.  (Christmas & Music & Pop Music)  ibid. 

 

9,466. 1957: Harry Belafonte: Mary’s Boy Child.  (Christmas & Music & Pop Music & Children)  ibid. 

 

9,467.  1963: The Beatles: I Want to Hold Your Hand.  (Christmas & Music & Pop Music & Hand)  ibid. 

 

9,468.  1969: Rolf Harris: Two Little Boys.  (Christmas & Music & Pop Music & Boy)  ibid.

 

9,469.  The Christmas Top of the Pops was the perfect arena for this gladiatorial glitter-off.  (Christmas & Music & Pop Music)  ibid.

 

9,470.  1973: Wizard: I Wish It Could Be Christmas v Slade: Merry Christmas, Everybody.  (Christmas & Music & Pop Music)  ibid.

 

9,471.  1976: Johnny Mathis: When a Child is Born.  (Christmas & Music & Pop Music & Children)  ibid.

 

9,472.  1978: Bony M: Mary’s Boy Child.  (Christmas & Music & Pope Music & Children)  ibid. 

 

9,473.  1981: The Human League: Don’t You Want Me.  (Christmas & Music & Pop Music & Want)  ibid. 

 

9,474.  Wham: Last Christmas: the highest selling single ever not to make it to Number One.  (Christmas & Music & Pop Music)  ibid.

 

9,475.  1984: Band Aid: Do They Know It’s Christmas?  (Christmas & Music & Pop Music)  ibid. 

 

9,476.  1985: Shakin’ Stevens: Merry Christmas, Everyone.  (Christmas & Music & Pop Music)  ibid. 

 

9,477.  1988: Cliff Richard v Jason & Kylie.  (Christmas & Music & Pop Music)  ibid.

 

9,478.  1990: Cliff Richard: Saviour’s Day.  (Christmas & Music & Pop Music & Saviour & Day)  ibid.  

 

9,479.  The big ballads took over.  ibid.

 

9,480.  1994: E17: Stay Another Day.  (Christmas & Music & Pop Music & Day)  ibid. 

 

9,481.  2000: Bob The Builder: Can We Fix It?  (Christmas & Music & Pop Music & Build)  ibid. 

 

9,482.  2009: Rage Against The Machine.  (Christmas & Music & Pop Music & Machine)  ibid. 

 

 

13,147.  The first priest to denounce the Beatles.  (Catholicism & Pop Music & Priest)  Father Ted: Grant Unto Him Eternal Rest s1e6, Dougal of Jack

 

 

31,512.  [Marc] Bolan himself seemed to be the ultimate pinup.  (Great Britain & England & 1970s & Pop Music)  Dominic Sandbrook, The 70s I: Get It On 70-72 ***** BBC 2013

 

31,513.  Bowie saw gender-bending as a kind of performance.  (Great Britain & England & 1970s & Pop Music)  ibid.

 

 

46,197.  I can’t remember if I cried

When I read about his widowed bride

But something touched me deep inside

The day the music died. 

 

So bye bye, Miss American Pie,

Drove my Chevy to the levee

But the levee was dry.

Them good old boys was drinkin’ whiskey and rye

Singin’, This’ll be the day that I die.

This'll be the day that I die.  (Music & Pop Music)  Don McLean, American Pie, 1972 song on death of Buddy Holly

 

 

46,201.  ‘Sergeant Pepper’ – a decisive moment in the history of Western Civilisation.  (Music & Pop Music)  Kenneth Tynan, English theatre critic

 

 

46,208.  Before Elvis there was nothing.  (Music & Pop Music)  John Lennon

 

 

46,274.  I declare that The Beatles are mutants.  Prototypes of evolutionary agents sent by God, endowed with a mysterious power to create a new human species, a young race of laughing freemen.  (Music & Pop Music)  Timothy Leary

 

 

46,276.  I don’t know anything about music.  In my line you don’t have to.  (Music & Pop Music)  Elvis Presley

 

 

46,395.  Rihanna: there’s something not right with it.  (Music & Pop Music)  Richard D Hall, Richplanet TV with Neil Sanders

 

 

46,963.  This is the story of how modern Britain went Pop.  At first British youth had no voice of its own.  But in the 60s British Pop captured the nation and went on to rule the world.  And for the past forty years successive generations of stars have continually re-imagined the great British Pop dream.  Pop Britannia: Move It

 

46,964.  In Britain singers like Alma Cogan, Dicky Valentine, and Joan Regan stepped off the bandstand and down to Denmark Street and bought themselves a ballad.  ibid.

 

46,965.  If you wanted to hear it, you had to hunt it down on European stations like Radio Luxembourg.  ibid.

 

46,966.  The rise of Tommy Steele is often described as the earliest true British Pop event.  ibid. 

 

46,967.  One of the first shows on the new TV was Oh Boy.  Pop television for teenagers.  ibid.

 

46,968.  Adam Faith died in 2003.  And in his autobiography he revealed his frustrations about trying to express himself in the music business.  ibid.

 

46,969.  Acker Bilk’s Stranger on the Shore became the first British recording to reach number one in the US billboard one hundred.  ibid.

 

46,970.  None of the Beatles had been abroad before when they headed to Hamburg.  ibid.

 

46,971.  The old guard were oblivious to the revolution that was about to engulf them.  With the coming of the Beatles the 60s would see the arrival of a new generation of artists and managers determined to take control of their lives and careers, and they built a whole new British Pop business that went on to conquer the world.  ibid.

 

 

46,963.  Brian Epstein had shacking up the London-centric establish by building a stable of working-class Liverpudlian acts.  Pop Britannia: A Well Respected Man

 

46,964.  Tin Pan Alley: where professional writing teams crafted the Pop hits that dominated the world’s charts.  ibid.

 

46,965.  And the two worlds met: with the Mods, a tribe of working class kids, who liked nothing better than a good scrap with the greasy older Rockers.  The house band of the Mods were The Who led by art student Pete Townsend.  (Pop Music & Gangstas & Riots)  ibid.

 

46,837.  Jimi Hendrix was American.  But he owed his very pop existence to British creative forces.  He had been spotted by Animal’s bassist Chad Chandler while touring the USA.  (Rock & Pop)  ibid.

 

 

98,282.  ‘The music is the only living thing.  Draft only those over forty.  It’s their war; let them kill each other.’  (1960s & Culture & Music & Pop Music & Vietnam)  Lou Reed, The Velvet Underground

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