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Pop is short for popular, and it’s remained the defining term for the .
Pop is short for popular, and it’s remained the defining term for the ever-changing music favoured by the public. Although not specifically applied until the middle of the 20th century, pop music as such can be traced by a few decades before that. Things changed with the advent of recording, early in the 20th century. From 1962 until their break up in 1970 they dominated the charts in Britain and America. America saw how it worked and gave the world the Backstreet Boys and ‘N Sync, and for a few years it worked very well, selling millions of records. But like any fashion, it passed. A female version, the Spice Girls, was briefly huge.
Pop Goes Religion: Faith in Popular Culture. Find the answer in Pop Goes Religion; relevant insight into the world of today's entertainment. In this collection of essays, popular American journalist, Terry Mattingly teaches readers how to identify elements of faith in today's pop culture. Topics include: God & Popular Music Faith & the Big Screen God on TV Ink, Paper, and God Politics and Current Events. I recommend this book to everyone who wants to know about the exciting way in which Christian faith is interacting with the world of popular entertainment and culture.
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Whatever the Americans produced, Britain enjoyed. Since that time, pop music in Britain has been a mix of American and British. However, in more than any other aspect of the culture, pop seems to be xenophobic: foreign artists just cannot break into the market
Whatever the Americans produced, Britain enjoyed. Rock 'n' roll caught on in a very big way in Britain, and in fact some American rockets like Eddie Cochran had more fanatical fans here than at home. However, in more than any other aspect of the culture, pop seems to be xenophobic: foreign artists just cannot break into the market. Of course, there are exceptions, including a few from English-speaking countries: Australians Kylie Minogue and INXS, Canadians Bryan Adams and . lang, Irish bands U2 and the Cranberries, and great reggae artists like Bob Marley from Jamaica.