Next Episode of 1971: The Year That Music Changed Everything is
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An immersive, deep-dive rich with archival footage and interviews, 1971: The Year That Music Changed Everything, will show how the musical icons of the time were influenced by the changing tides of history; and, in turn, how they used their music to inspire hope, change and the culture around them. The docuseries will examine the most iconic artists and songs that we still listen to 50 years later, including The Rolling Stones, Aretha Franklin, Bob Marley, Marvin Gaye, The Who, Joni Mitchell, Lou Reed and more.
As the unrest of the '60s eveolves into a new decade, musicians like Marvin Gaye and John Lennon become the conscience of the culture.
Sly Stone, The Rolling Stones, and Jim Morrison retreat from the world - but there's no escape ffrom the growing pandemic of hard drugs.
New sounds and styles emerge following The Beatles' breakup. with Marc Bolan and Alice Cooper bringing glam to the world.
Carole King and Joni Mitchell smash sexist boundaries and record iconic albums. Elton John and Lou Reed explore queer music and culture.
America is convulsed by deep racial unrest. Curtis Mayfield, The Last Poets, and Gil Scott-Heron write about a revolution that feels imminent.
Drugs, drink, and debauchery reach a devastating peak - yet Sly Stone, The Rolling Stones, and Jim Morrison produce some of their best music.
James Brown, Ike and Tina Turner, and the artists at Stax Records make music on their own terms despite working in an industry rife with racism.
Series Finale. With reggae and synthesizers on the rise, a range of artists - from Iggy Pop and Lou Reed to Alice Cooper - inspire a creative triumph.
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