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the decade from 1960 to 1969


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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.
It's taught me a lot of things I didn't know about the different groups at that time,'' says London, ``the social changes between the '60s and '70s, and how the music changed from being innocent to more rebellious.
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.
In the '50s no one wanted to be labeled a radical--the '60s it was just the opposite.
Lattin maintains that the '60s led many to move beyond the "thou shalt nots" of Christianity, Judaism and Islam, while still embracing the religious wisdom and insights provided through these religions.
As The Economist has pointed out, Arnold was a part of the '60s that Reagan defined himself against.
Those of us who can recall a time when Lava lamps were taken seriously know that the aesthetic of the swinging '60s is particularly vulnerable.
Cole was to '50s television what Jackie Robinson was to sports and radio in the late '40s, and what Bill Cosby was to '60s TV.
Television shows and movies continually glorify the '60s while denying the reality that most Americans deplored the chaos in the streets and violence on campuses.
Joan Baez -- As one of the most accomplished interpretive folk singers of the '60s, Joan Baez has influenced nearly every aspect of popular music in a career that is still going strong after more than 45 years.