Did you know that there are those who study rock music history as seriously as others study medicine? Did you know that they are scattered all around the globe?
Four of them are brought together in friendly combat with Paul Gambaccini at the centre of the satellite links. The experts are Dave Marsh in New York, Glenn A. Baker in Sydney, Larry LeBlanc in Toronto, and Tim Rice in London.
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