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And though none of the individual members of the Beatles made music on their own that was comparable in quality to their group efforts, much of the Dylan-influenced music that they recorded together prior to breaking up in remains impressive to this day. For my part, though, I am struck by how little of the rock to which I listened so avidly as a teenager is interesting to me today.
No less striking, however, is the contrasting vitality of the golden-age popular music that rock displaced. Not only is it now being ably sung and played by such younger artists as Diana Krall and John Pizzarelli, but the albums of its original exponents, most notably Ella Fitzgerald and Frank Sinatra, still sell briskly, just as the golden-age musicals continue to be revived on Broadway and throughout the country.
Most surprising of all is the long list of rock and contemporary pop singers, including Natalie Cole, Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney, Linda Its Late - Various - RockNRoll Is Here To Stayand Rod Stewart, Moonlight, Music And You - Various - The Ultimate Northern Soul Album have recorded golden-age pop songs to profitable effect and in some cases with passable artistic success.
It goes without saying, of course, that there will be no full-scale revival of golden-age popular music—or any other kind of popular music, for that matter. The cultural and demographic conditions that are necessary for such revivals to occur no longer exist. We are too fissured a nation to care collectively about one style of music more than another. But while the prospects for the survival of golden-age pop seem increasingly bright, the long-term survival of baby-boom Its Late - Various - RockNRoll Is Here To Stay is looking no less increasingly problematic in the second decade of the 21st century.
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