Simon Reynolds

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Simon Reynolds on KCRW

Queen Elizabeth was beloved in Britain, but as the head of the monarchy, she was also the object of protests in a democratizing world, especially in popular music.

How Queen Elizabeth influenced pop, from Beatles to Sex Pistols

Queen Elizabeth was beloved in Britain, but as the head of the monarchy, she was also the object of protests in a democratizing world, especially in popular music.

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