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Synonyms for 1960s

the decade from 1960 to 1969


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The painters Derek Boshier, Gerald Laing, and Richard Smith, major players in the early '60s, are conspicuously absent, and such important figures as Patrick Caulfield and Joe Tilson have only one work each on view.
TICKETS Flying Music Solid Silver '60s Show, Venue Cymru, Llandudno, April 2, www.
His rich vocal talent can be heard on many of the hit records that went on to become '60s classics.
The show's big draw, however, was a healthy dose of '60s music, some of the best rock ever created.
But his worldview didn't arise merely from hanging out with the Merry Pranksters and other bohemian arts gangs of the '60s.
The brothers, guitarist Luther and drummer Cody Dickinson, are the sons of the legendary pianist and producer Jim Dickinson who was part of the '60s Memphis folk scene and went on to do session work with the Rolling Stones, among others.
Closely following in the late 1950s and early '60s were extruded pipe, strapping, drinking straws, and wire/cable coatings.
The '60s may be discredited today, but much social and economic capital was laid down in this heady decade.
With The Last Judgement, virtuosic though its execution, one feels suddenly back in the '50s with its "New Images of Man" sensibility that Caro's abstraction of the '60s had helped sweep away.
NN: The '60s were a volatile period for African Americans in the theatre.
TONY BLAIR has declared war on crime and the end of "the '60s liberal consensus on law and order".
Lattin asserts that the spiritual explorations of the '60s fundamentally altered America's mainstream Protestant, Catholic and Jewish institutions, and he augments that claim with material from solid academic research.