Editors’ Notes A revolution happened in music during the ‘60s. Distinctions between musical styles stopped mattering as fans began rallying behind any song they liked, regardless of genre. The radio might play an R&B song right after a surfer tune, as long as they were both popular. This was the birth of pop as we know it, and it saw the rise of acts like The Monkees, Dusty Springfield, and Neil Diamond.

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