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In 1964, America had a second revolution - but this time theywelcomed the British! That year four mop-tops known as The Beatlesmade their first appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show, ushering in anew era of British music, film, fashion and art. This richlyillustrated and informative volume celebrates the pivotal culturalmoment when the United States took on a British accent. The hugevolume of talent crossing the pond included not only the TheBeatles, but also The Dave Clark Five, The Kinks, The Moody Blues,Them (and Van Morrison), The Yardbirds, The Who and, of course, theRolling Stones. The invasion wasnt only musical: Peter O'Toole,Julie Andrews, Sean Connery and Michael Caine made a splash inHollywood, while films like Goldfinger, Alfie and Whats New,Pussycat? topped box-office charts. The Avengers became cult TV andCarnaby Street defined hip style, turning Mary Quant, Twiggy andJean Shrimpton into fashion icons. Filled with photographs thatcapture one of the most exciting artistic periods in recenthistory, this is an evocative, irresistible look back.
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