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The 1970s were a period in which popular music did what?
The 1970s were a period in which popular music began to mutate or change in many different directions.
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Which of the following best describes progressive rock? A. It evolved out of a complex mix of rock and roll and European classical music. B. It is more complex in structure and arrangement than other forms of rock music. C. It removed the influences of American country and blues from rock music. D. All of the above.
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Answer: All of the above. Progressive rock evolved out of a complex mix of rock and roll and European classical music; it is more complex in structure and arrangement than other forms of rock music; and it removed the influences of American country and blues from rock music.
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