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Rock and roll EVOLVED, as opposed to being categorized as a revolution. I was there! The early forms of rock and roll with basic guitar chords, dazzling piano antics, and "do wop" lyrics (Little Richard, Chuck Berry, Elvis, Bill Haley and the Comets) of the 1950's evolved into the great sixties bands (The Beatles, The Who, The Rolling Stones) who wrote slightly more sophisticated song lyrics to accompany evolving guitar riffs and pronounced drum beats. Think Keith Moon of The Who with that description.
As the sixties progressed, so did music genres and gifted musicians. Even The Beatles' music evolved from simple guitar riffs and yeah, yeah lyrics to the use of melodic acoustic guitars and sitars to enhance nonsensical, and drug- inferenced lyrics. Musicians were finally coming into their own with their mad skills: think of the genius of Jimi Hendrix and Janis Joplin, as well as the bands Led Zeppelin and The Grateful Dead, whose lead guitarists could play a mean slide riff and flowing banjo solos, and the hard-driving beats of Zeppelin drummer,John Bonham.
The seventies was the era of the greatest push of the evolution of musical genius and bands, which formed the basis of eighties and nineties rock and grunge. Look at the music of today: all an evolution of earlier rock and roll!