La música pop en la España franquista: rock, ye-ye y beat en la primera mitad de los años 1960

Abstract : Spain's economic development throughout the 1960s marks a turning point in the evolution of Franco's regime. Although the Movement (the political ideology of Francoism) remained immovable from a political point of view, individual freedoms associated with the consumer society nevertheless gradually increased throughout the decade. The annual arrival of summer tourists also contributed to profound changes in the mentality and the habits of Spanish society. The desire in Spanish society to approach the way of life of modern Western societies was visibly present especially in the reception of Pop Music: American Rock, French Yé-Yé music, and British Beat. The adoption of foreign musical models by the majority of Spanish youth marked a major break with the previous generation. The aim of this paper is to present different trends in Pop Music in the first half of the sixties and their impact on the Spanish youth, as well as the mass media - radio, press and cinema - which contributed to its development
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Paloma Otaola Gonzalez. La música pop en la España franquista: rock, ye-ye y beat en la primera mitad de los años 1960. ILCEA, ELLUG, 2012, pp.1-13. ⟨10.4000/ilcea.1421⟩. ⟨hal-00835514⟩

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