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  1. Le garage rock est un genre de rock ayant émergé aux États-Unis et au Canada au milieu des années 1960 [1]. À cette période, le style n'est pas encore identifié et n'a pas encore reçu de nom. Mais la compilation Nuggets, publiée en 1972, parvient à normaliser et décrire le style.

  2. › wiki › Garage_rockGarage rock - Wikipedia

    The term "garage rock", often used in reference to 1960s acts, stems from the perception that many performers were young amateurs who rehearsed in the family garage. While numerous bands were made up of middle-class teenagers from the suburbs, others were from rural or urban areas or were composed of professional musicians in their twenties.

  3. › wiki › Punk_rockPunk rock - Wikipedia

    Punk rock (also known as simply punk) is a music genre that emerged in the mid-1970s. Rooted in 1960s garage rock, punk bands rejected the perceived excesses of mainstream 1970s rock music.

  4. Later period protopunk and garage-influenced bands (1967 to 1979) The bands listed below, though often associated with garage rock, are also associated with other genres such as acid rock, psychedelia, blues rock, power pop, 1970s punk rock, hard rock, bubblegum, glam, prog rock, art rock or even heavy metal.

  5. The Choir was a garage rock band largely active in the greater Cleveland area from the mid-1960s into the early 1970s. Originally called The Mods, their largest commercial success came with the release of their first single "It's Cold Outside" in December 1966.

  6. Rock in Opposition or RIO was a movement representing a collective of progressive bands in the late 1970s united in their opposition to the music industry that refused to recognise their music. It was initiated by English avant-rock group Henry Cow in March 1978 when they invited four mainland European groups to come to London and perform in a ...

  7. › wiki › The_KingsmenThe Kingsmen - Wikipedia

    The Kingsmen are a 1960s rock band from Portland, Oregon, United States. They are best known for their 1963 recording of R&B singer Richard Berry 's " Louie Louie ", which held the No. 2 spot on the Billboard charts for six weeks and has become an enduring classic.

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