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More San Fran 60s By Mark Jacobs
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This is a continuation of San Fran 60s. It’s more San Francisco in the Sixties, more about the birth of the hippies. Experience it all for yourself in this collection of interlinked... More > autobiographical short stories. These stories too are darker, edgier, and more intimate than anything on the subject before, also with murder, drugs, God, and sex, and with the same main character closer to Raskolnikov than Wavy Gravy. One of the murders officially ends the Summer of Love. Janis Joplin and Jim Morrison make appearances. LSD and free love, Haight-Ashbury and the Hell’s Angels, the Hip and the Straight, it’s all here. These stories too range in tone from comic to harrowing to lyrical. Some are experimental. All are interconnected, but each is self-contained so they can be read in any order. And it’s absolutely authentic because it’s based on the journals and experiences of Mark Jacobs at the nexus of the Sixties in San Francisco. He presents himself, friends, and acquaintances as prime specimens.< Less
The Pied Pipers of Rock 'n' Roll: Radio Deejays of the '50s and '60s By Wes Smith
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It was the conservative fifties, and then something happened. Ed Sullivan had to dump the opera stars and Chinese acrobats and give them Elvis. Straight-laced teens became rowdy rebels. What caused... More > the change? Rock-'n'-roll and the men who brought it into homes and cars. In The Pied Pipers of Rock 'n' Roll, Wes Smith examines the phenomenon of the AM deejays who captivated a generation and helped define the counterculture that has forever changed the landscape of American youth. Broadcasting on signals that often reached across half the continent, these men Alan Freed, Dick Biondi, Hunter Hancock, Zenas Sears, Jocko Henderson, John R. Richbourg, Gene Nobles, Hoss Allen, and Wolfman Jack — developed followings as devoted as those of the stars whose records they played. Their loyal listeners would lie in darkened bedrooms for hours each night, transported from rural isolation, urban frustration, adolescent awkwardness to a place spun from the heady power of music and mesmerizing deejay lingo.< Less
The Pied Pipers of Rock 'n' Roll: Radio Deejays of the '50s and '60s By Wes Smith
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It was the conservative fifties, and then something happened. Ed Sullivan had to dump the opera stars and Chinese acrobats and give them Elvis. Straight-laced teens became rowdy rebels. What caused... More > the change? Rock-'n'-roll and the men who brought it into homes and cars. In The Pied Pipers of Rock 'n' Roll, Wes Smith examines the phenomenon of the AM deejays who captivated a generation and helped define the counterculture that has forever changed the landscape of American youth. Broadcasting on signals that often reached across half the continent, these men Alan Freed, Dick Biondi, Hunter Hancock, Zenas Sears, Jocko Henderson, John R. Richbourg, Gene Nobles, Hoss Allen, and Wolfman Jack — developed followings as devoted as those of the stars whose records they played. Their loyal listeners would lie in darkened bedrooms for hours each night, transported from rural isolation, urban frustration, adolescent awkwardness to a place spun from the heady power of music and mesmerizing deejay lingo.< Less
The ULTIMATE 50s-60s-early 70s Rock and Roll Trivia Quiz Book By Duncan Holmes
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Do you know what Elvis movie was playing when Kennedy was assassinated? Or who the Beatles were talking about asking to join the group just before they broke up? Or what group was made up of a... More > junior high school teacher and four of his students? These are just some of the 1200 questions in this book. If you think you've seen books like this before, you've never seen one like this. If you think you know 50s-60s-early 70s music. this is what you've been waiting for. Guaranteed to be the most difficult one you've ever seen.< Less
The ULTIMATE 50s-60s-early 70s Rock and Roll Trivia Quiz Book By Duncan Holmes
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Do you know what Elvis movie was playing when Kennedy was assassinated? Or who the Beatles were talking about asking to join the group just before they broke up? Or what group was made up of a... More > junior high school teacher and four of his students? These are just some of the 1200 questions in this book. If you think you've seen books like this before, you've never seen one like this. If you think you know 50s-60s-early 70s music. this is what you've been waiting for. Guaranteed to be the most difficult one you've ever seen.< Less
White Bread and Whole Milk: the Suburbs, the '60s, and Me By Gregg M. Pasterick
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It’s not difficult to imagine the universe is conspiring against you. In fact, it’s difficult to imagine it’s not. And sometimes it seems as if the whole shebang is out to get you.... More > But occasionally … rarely … it feels like all the pieces are falling into place; unlikely, staggeringly unrelated pieces, taking years and years, sliding into place with the nearly comatose patience of geology. And, though usually ephemeral, all is right with the universe. That was how I regarded my life in the suburbs, the paradise of my youth, which took place against a backdrop of the Beatles, Saturday morning cartoons, comic books, the space race, and flower power. What a perfect time to be adolescent and impressionable; what a perfect place to call home. And it was all the culmination of millennia of geology.< Less
White Bread and Whole Milk: the Suburbs, the '60s, and Me By Gregg M. Pasterick
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It’s not difficult to imagine the universe is conspiring against you. In fact, it’s difficult to imagine it’s not. And sometimes it seems as if the whole shebang is out to get you.... More > But occasionally … rarely … it feels like all the pieces are falling into place; unlikely, staggeringly unrelated pieces, taking years and years, sliding into place with the nearly comatose patience of geology. And, though usually ephemeral, all is right with the universe. That was how I regarded my life in the suburbs, the paradise of my youth, which took place against a backdrop of the Beatles, Saturday morning cartoons, comic books, the space race, and flower power. What a perfect time to be adolescent and impressionable; what a perfect place to call home. And it was all the culmination of millennia of geology.< Less
Wintergreen: Heroes of Digital Rock By Joshua Florence
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The story of a Kung Fu 60's style detective band, that's the only thing standing between the forces of good and evil.
Wintergreen: Heroes of Digital Rock By Joshua Florence
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The story of a Kung Fu 60's style detective band, that's the only thing standing between the forces of good and evil.
The Doors: Legendary Rock Icon By Catherine Braun
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The Doors were the most popular band of the sixties. The members of the band are as follows, Jim Morrison who is the vocalist, Ray Manzarek who is the keyboardist, John Densmore who is the drummer... More > and Robby Krieger who is the Guitarist. They have given to the world of music a series of hits like ‘The End’, ‘Light My Fire’, L.A. Woman etc. Jim Morrison who was the founder and the vocalist of the band died at a very young age out of drug over dose. His death was a sock for his band mates. The remaining members of the band where together for a few more years and later split due to difference in opinions. Ray Mazarek recent death have moved the remaining two members of the band, John Densmore and Robby Krieger who are now planning for a reunion for paying tribute to the 60’s most popular band.< Less