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Rock and Roll 1971

It was the return of the British Invasion with bands like Black Sabbath, The Who, and Led Zeppelin and artists like Elton John.Madman Across the Water

The Mamas and the Papas came out with their fifth and final studio album People Like Us with songs like the title song and “Shooting Star”.

Sonny and Cher continued belting out songs like “When You Say Love

The Beach Boys came out with the album “Surf’s Up” with two singles from the album the title song and “LongPromised Road

Former Beatle George Harrison had great success with his song “My Sweet Lord

The world lost one of the greatest musicians when Louis Armstrong died on July 6, 1971, in New York City. His music lives on. “On the Sunny Side of the Street

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  1. So many good artists. I wanted to see Elton John in concert. He was in Cleveland last fall and will be back again for his final concert tour this fall; but I couldn’t go…long story. I was very disappointed.

  2. While I wouldn’t call him rock and roll, Louis Armstrong was an amazing musician. I wish I had gotten the chance to hear him perform live. (I did see him on ThursdayV a couple of times.) His recording of “Wonderful World” is my all-time favorite recording.

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