10 Reasons Why 1972-1974 Was the Golden Age of Pop Music?

No defining sound or star, just a smorgasbord of groovy tunes.

U.S. President Richard Nixon and The Carpenters (Photo: Wikimedia Commons)

“You say you want a revolution,” John Lennon sang in 1968, when the U.S. was in the middle of one. Four years later, he was the only ex-Beatle left fighting. For his former bandmates and most of the leading pop and rock artists during the first part of the…

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