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Playlist: Beyond the British Invasion

April 14, 2008
by findingDulcinea Staff
Our new column sifts through the mountain of music content on the Web—mp3s, critiques, ratings and blog entries—to bring you music worth listening to and sites that will help you learn more about online music.
This week: When you hear about pop music's "British Invasion" of the early 1960s, do you think only of the Beatles, the Rolling Stones and the Who? Those bands were only part of the army. Here are five other favorites. 

Dave Clark Five


The Hollies

The Yardbirds

Dusty Springfield

Springfield's decline began with the lackluster performance of her 1969 album, "Dusty in Memphis." Although The Guardian reports that the album is now a timeless classic, the collection of songs that included "Son of a Preacher Man" was a flop when it was released.

The Kinks


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