1965 was quite an historic year for rock music. It began with Alan Freed, the man who popularized the term “rock ‘n’ roll,” and got burned in the payola scandal, dying in January, and ended in December with the release of the Beatles’ album Rubber Soul. In between, Dylan and the Byrds created a new style called folk-rock, and soul music exploded onto the charts, with songs such as “I Can’t Help Myself” providing the soundtrack for that year.
I Can’t Help Myselfby Four Tops
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