The year 1962 finds us in a transitional time in music. While ‘The Twist’ may have been all the rage in pop culture, there was an undercurrent of change seeping to many of the fringe genres. Today on the show we explore the wide variety of the sounds that helped define the early part of the decade.
Dexter Gordon – Go! (Andy)
Roy Orbison – Crying (Don)
Bob Dylan – Bob Dylan (Dude)
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