In Search of the Lost Chord

In Search of the Lost Chord

1967 and the Hippie Idea

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"Danny Goldberg's new book is a subjective history of 1967, the year he graduated from high school ... 1967 was the year of the release of the Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, and of debut albums from the Doors, the Grateful Dead, Jimi Hendrix, and Janis Joplin, among many others. 1967 was also the year of the Summer of Love; the year that millions of now-illegal LSD tabs flooded America; Muhammad Ali was convicted of avoiding the draft; Martin Luther King Jr. publicly opposed the war in Vietnam ... It was the year that hundreds of thousands of protesters vainly attempted to levitate the Pentagon. It was the year the word 'hippie' peaked and died, and the Yippies were born. Exhaustively researched and informed by interviews and conversations with Allen Ginsberg, Timothy Leary, Ram Dass, Tom Hayden, Cora Weiss, and Grace Slick, In Search of the Lost Chord is a mosaic of seminal moments in the psychedelic, spiritual, rock-and-roll, and political protest cultures of 1967"--Dust jacket flap
Publisher: Brooklyn, New York : Akashic Books, 2017
ISBN: 9781617756153
Characteristics: 336 pages ; 22 cm


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“In Search of the Lost Chord,” by Danny Goldberg takes us on a trip through 1967 Height-Ashbury, the music scene, civil rights and political activism, and all that was in the periphery to being a “hippie”. The ride is entertaining with the altruism of the Be-In, and later the Love-In, fueled by m... Read More »

Goldberg's personal history of 1967, the year he graduated high school.

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