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Hard bop, an extension of bebop, incorporated influences from R & B (rhythm and blues) and gospel and tried to be more accessible to audiences. But even with Eurovision and surfing being the source of pop music at the time, no one could have predicted that a wonky eyed former mime artist from Bromley would revolutionise rock and roll? Songs from this genre include "Scratch my Back", "She's Tough" and "I'm a King Bee".

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