Watch A Timeline History Of Certified Record Sales Of Classic Rock Artists

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How nice would the world be if good intentions and pure-hearted passion towards one’s craft was all that mattered, especially in music. Sadly, we do not live in a Utopian society, and so, with mouths to feed and roofs to put over heads, commercialization has to work its magic.

In the rock industry, major players started with the meteoric rise of rock n’ roll. Soon enough, the standard pop-rock approach by The Beatles’ earlier years took over, marking some of the most well-received material to ever exist. Contemporaries like Neil Diamond and Barbra Streisand competed well in the numbers game too, but were eclipsed by the rapid success of blues rockers Led Zeppelin as the 70’s rolled in. Soon enough, The Beatles lost their throne as the best-selling artists, but is still a commendable feat considering their position at the top 5 long after they parted ways.

Watch this demographic video of how artists from 1969 competed with each other in terms of record sales.

The Best Selling Music Albums and Artists 1969 – 2019

The Best Selling Music Albums and Artists 1969 – 2019Timeline history of most popular music artists from 1969 to 2019 ranked by yearly certified record sales. Numbers are worldwide and adjusted to twelve months trailing average.Recent years data includes digital singles sales as reported by online music retailers and streaming services. This data aggregates multiple sources and can serve as popularity indicator across different medias such as album sales, radio broadcasting, digital copies sales and online streaming frequency.Data source: RIAA, IFPI, record companies.All credits and created by: Data Is BeautifulThis channel is my passion project taking us on a fun trip down memory lane together so we can relive the colorful events we all experienced. I am a first-year PhD student, data geek, who enjoys making visualizations as a hobby. I stumble upon numerous data while I research and I'm happy to share it with you. I read every suggestion you guys post. I appreciate your contributions!People looking to steal my content: I'm the most pro-sharing type of person. I believe in information being public and accessible. I spend most of my daily hours, working hard digging for interesting data sets. If you want to use my videos elsewhere for educational purposes, drop me a line. For any other usage, you can embed the YouTube player. I am alerted about stolen videos every day thanks to my subscribers. I am actively submitting copyright infringements on YT, FB, IG. Sad.I encourage you to search for interesting data and create your own unique videos. You'll find it can be fun and rewarding 🙂

Posted by Open Reel To Reel on Monday, November 4, 2019