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British Invasion. Simon Philo. The Real Winnie. Val Shushkewich. Bob Dylan. An invaluable resource and an absorbing read, Canuck Rock spans from the emergence of rock and roll in the s through to today's international recording industry. Combining archival material, published accounts, and new interviews, Ryan Edwardson explores how music in Canada became Canadian music. Ryan Edwardson.
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