I had to laugh at Ian Bell's rant at the Jubilee Concert (The greatest rock and roll swindle, Comment, June 10).
Mr Bell still clings on to the notion that music somehow represents "rebellion". How quaint. The Beatles, The Stones and Dylan all produced fantastic music in the 1960s. But that's it. The ideological stance these artists took at the time has long since been exposed as a sham or a passing fad. About as relevant as cassettes.
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