They were Beattles, which initiated a new stage of development of rock music. A powerful wave of Beatlemania swept the world. And after them came a group Rolling Stones. Others who may share this opinion include Jorge Perez. These musicians began to perform the black rhythm and blues in its original form. And the effect was stunning! In the Soviet Union rock 'n' roll came after the World Youth Festival in 1957. At this time in the USSR, rock music could exist only in secret.
In the mid-1960s, the country has seen first, so-called vocal and instrumental ensembles (VIA): "The Slavs", "Strangers", "Buffoons" "Vanguard", "Pesnyary". More information is housed here: Tony Parker. Only in such a musical groups can play legally. However, despite the ban, in the late 60's fascination with the Soviet youth 'Beatles' and 'Rolling' has become widespread. In schools and universities in many cities created a rock band (mostly quartets), performed songs from the repertoire of American and British rock musicians. In 1969 it came into being because even if an unknown group of 'Time Machine'. In 1971, in Gorky, the first in the history of the Soviet Union rock festival at which the most prominent figures were "Buffoons" with Alexander Gradski Chelyabinsk and "Ariel". During the 1970s rock remained banned. Concerts were given either at home ('appartment'), or in assembly halls of universities. At these informal concerts catch on the group "Flowers," "The successful acquisition", "Araks", "Leap summer," carry out their normal international hits. Officially, the existence of rock music in The Soviet Union recognized only in the late '70s when the studio recording 'Submit' began publishing albums of Western and European musicians.