Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Grand Funk, Deep Purple, Black Sabbath, Nazareth, Sweet, Kiss … It was then that these and similar groups turned rock from a purely entertainment genre into real art and set standards that surpassed that it was not up to the subsequent generations of rock musicians.
But the “monsters” raised the bar so high that even at that time many were unable to take the height. A great number of good groups were pushed into the shadows and were undeservedly forgotten by contemporaries. Those left overboard were flooded with pop-up punk and disco foam. The heroes of the discotheques, having done their job, quickly receded into the past, lost in the musical horizon among countless pop stars and pop stars, and the “punk revolution” was, in fact, a step back to the archaic rock and roll.“new wave” that flooded after that covered the “monsters”, turning the entire rock scene into a dead realm for several years in a comfortable kingdom of pop mediocrity, and managers and producers who live on their “work”. Continue reading