1971: THE YEAR THAT MUSIC CHANGED EVERYTHING - APPLE ORIGINAL EIGHT PART DOCUSERIES (2021)

1971: THE YEAR THAT MUSIC CHANGED EVERYTHING - APPLE ORIGINAL EIGHT PART DOCUSERIES (2021)

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Episode 1
What’s Happening?
As the unrest of the ’60s evolves into a new decade, musicians like Marvin Gaye and John Lennon become the conscience of the culture.

Episode 2
End of the Acid Dream
Sly Stone, The Rolling Stones, and Jim Morrison retreat from the world—but there’s no escape from the growing epidemic of hard drugs.

Episode 3
Changes
New sounds and styles emerge following The Beatles’ breakup, with Marc Bolan and Alice Cooper bringing glam to the world.

Episode 4
Our Time Is Now
Carole King and Joni Mitchell smash sexist boundaries and record iconic albums. Elton John and Lou Reed explore queer music and culture.

Episode 5
The Revolution Will Not Be Televised
America is convulsed by deep racial unrest. Curtis Mayfield, The Last Poets, and Gil Scott-Heron write about a revolution that feels imminent.

Episode 6
Exile
Drugs, drink, and debauchery reach a devastating peak—yet Sly Stone, The Rolling Stones, and Jim Morrison produce some of their best music.

Episode 7
Respect
James Brown, Ike and Tina Turner, and the artists at Stax Records make music on their own terms despite working in an industry rife with racism.

Episode 8 - Series Finale
Starman
With reggae and synthesizers on the rise, a range of artists—from Iggy Pop and Lou Reed to Alice Cooper—inspire a creative triumph.

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