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(Studio: Faith Daniels) Impact of the Beatles on American culture featured; details given, historical scenes and photos shown. ["Tell Me Why" author Tim RILEY - discusses Beatles.] [Music critic Greil MARCUS - comments on music.] Various scenes of youth culture of 1960s shown. [RILEY, MARCUS - comment on culture and Beatles.] Beatles' photos and scenes shown while their songs are played.
(Los Angeles, California: John Blackstone) New art form of the rock music video featured; scenes shown from various videos. [Music video producer Ann Marie MACKAY - says music video is industry's biggest mkting. tool.] [Commercial producer Jonathon KER - says videos have become more adventurous and have affected commercials.] [Ad. executive Richard O'NEILL - talks about the style.] Linking of videos to rock sales noted. [MACKAY - says it is hard for a performer to overcome a bad video.] [Atlantic Starr musician Wayne LEWIS - comments.]
(Studio: Faith Daniels) Next Inside Sunday segment previewed.
- Blackstone, John;
- Daniels, Faith
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