I think it's just because them being a so small had to figure out away to make them unique and dominant at something that anyone could do(well not anyone but you get the point)
it doesn't have to be the end of the 1970's as long as the British bands where still dominating hair metal and all the new american genres of music!I think it's just because them being a so small had to figure out away to make them unique and dominant at something that anyone could do(well not anyone but you get the point)
I didnt realize it was a contest. I'm imagining that the bands in reference are (in no particular order) Purple Sabbath Stones Zeppelin Beatles.
I would like to respond with Dead Skynyrd Beach Creedence Doors.
Jimi Hendrix comes to mind when I read this...the fact that it took an England trip and two Brits for a rhythm section to finally blow up to the American blues/rock icon he is now....I believe Brits clearly had a deeper appreciation of American blues music than Americans did. It probably remained underground through the post war 50s until fed it back to US audiences amplified. Of course social issues were a factor. Even Miles would say how under appreciated Jazz/Blues was in US and was generally treated poorly comparing to Europe or Asia, the art form was far more appreciated