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But the sixties were different. We had recorded music, and a large ready audience, i.e. baby boomers, with the money and wherewithal to buy it.
Before the sixties the single was the dominant format. First 78s, then 45s. You can't make much money selling singles. Just ask the labels how profitable iTunes is...
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And, there wasn't much money. There was a depression. And then a war. But when rock and roll hit, when the baby boomers came of age, when the Beatles turned it into an album format, purveyors started COINING DOUGH!
You HAD to have the Beatle album.
And the Beatles and the San Francisco sound begat concert venues...
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