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  • Who?Children of the “Baby Boom”Large Student population of the 1960sTrendslong hairrock and folk music used as a form of expression for radical ideastye-dyeself expressiona bohemian lifestyleMany used illegal drugs (marijuana and LSD)

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  • 1. 1960s Counterculture
    1960s Counterculture
  • 2. Hippies
    Who?
    Children of the “Baby Boom”
    Large Student population of the 1960s
    Trends
    Bohemian lifestyle
    Tye-dye, long hair
    Illegal drug use (marijuana and LSD)
    Meditation and Yoga
    rock and folk music used as a form of expression for radical ideas
    Challenge authority, environmentalism, gender roles, middle class society values
  • 3. Political Music
    Country Joe and the Fish
    “I-Feel-Like-I’m-Fixin’-to-Die Rag”
    How does this song’s lyrics differ from others we’ve studied in our previous unit (Ballad of the Green Berets)?
  • 4. Jimi Hendrix
    Unconventional rocker
    Electric Guitar
    Europe
    Woodstock
    American Soldier 1961
    Discharged after 1 Year
  • 5.
  • 6. Woodstock
    4 Day communal musical Festival drawing 500,000
    Two Views:
    Generosity, peace, great music, liberation
    Self-indulgence, noise, promiscuity, illegal drug use
    Performers:
    Country Joe McDonald, Ravi Shankar, Joan Baez, Janis Joplin, Grateful Dead, Creedence Clearwater Revival, The Who, Crosby Stills Nash & Young, Jimi Hendrix
  • 7. Woodstock with Narration
  • 8. Woodstock 1969
  • 9.
  • 10. Aquarius
    Astrological Significance:
    • The planet Uranus rules the sign Aquarius
    • 11. Pluto, ruler of the masses, comes of age bringing radical change
    Popular Culture:
    Hair: The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical
    (1968)
    Heyday of hippie and New Age movement
  • 12. Hair: The American TribalLove-Rock Musical