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Disco was a '70s phenomenon. It was dying by 1980, completely dead by 1982.
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Pretty much tied.
Taking just the best from each decade you do alright, really. Still, some much better than others, clearly.
good point. 20 here. grew up listening to classic rock.
70s-Invention of Heavy metal & punk
60s-THe true musical revolution
2010s-Everything still sucks
The 70s certainly wasn't entirely HM&P. There was a lot of great music coming out in the early 70s, much of which is still very popular and will stay with us for a very long time. I could make a list a mile long, but I would say the best songwriters/artists we've seen came from the late 60s/early 70s era.
70's Best of the 60's bands mature and experiment
60's Enough industry growth for 3 decades, but still too white
80's Pretty damn entertaining, then and now
50's Groundbreaking, but not creative enough to rank higher
00's Crowded by worthless hip-hop and rap, Goodbye CD's & Radio
90's I was glad to see a return to roots, but not highly creative; Goodbye LP Records and MTV!
Classical: Classical Period, Romantic Period, Baroque Period
You really don't find much creativity in music past 1990 or so. There is plenty of good music, but not too much that has not been done before. I think 2000-2020 is going to be a "concert era." Driven by the industry economics, it is truly unbelievable how many 60 year rockers are out there filling stadiums, who would have thought.
I do not think music can be defined by calander decades evolutions in styles seems to be more expressive to me.
I'm the posterboy for listening to the past
snapshot of my era>
manstream smallerband backed vocal arrangements,doowop, era of the groups, balladeers/crooners, toke up folk, folk, jazz & new orleans jazz(came and went in a flash)
I grew up in the looking and yes I liked the payola driven top 40 radio format.
folkrock, wall of sound, warprotesthumanrights/toke uptrippy subset, lyric driven rock,rock, --but minus the arenarockheavyovercrankedelectronica
2000 and on
The Indie Music era, music overtheinternet evolution
jazz,drugjazz,big band, jumpboogie and standup vocalists
late 80's to late 90 -rather white noise but many of the earlier artists found a niche(&explored styles think of michael jackson's changes/linda ronstadt),the las vagas act/on the road smaller venue tours.
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