Power & Control LSD in the Sixties Part 2 Part two of this work in progress features Ram Dass and Divinity students who participated in an authorized Tim Leary experiment. 10 were given Mushrooms, and the others a Placebo in a "Religous Test" of the drug run by Harvard. Actual Particpant is located and interviewed by the filmmaker for this film.
#4 - SHINDIG! - Sixties Superstars SHINDIG! - Sixties Superstars - part 4of6 ------------------------ 1) The Kingsmen - "Louie, Louie" 2) Sir Douglas Quintet - "She's About a Mover" 3) Roy Head - "Treat Her Right" 4) Olympics - "Good Lovin'" ===================================== Shindig! was a rock 'n' roll series that ran from September 16, 1964 through January 8, 1966 on the ABC network. Shindig! was created and produced by Jack Good who had previously produced rock 'n' roll TV shows in his native Britain. There, he perfected his style of fast-paced rock music programing. In 1962, Good produced a pilot for American TV. The pilot, titled "Young America Swings the World," eventually became the blueprint for Shindig! Most of the top American and British rock/pop acts of the mid-1960s appeared on Shindig!. The British performers often appeared in segments taped in the UK Shindig! was different from previous US rock 'n' roll programs. It featured non-stop music that, in most cases, was only interrupted by the commercial breaks. Shindig! started a trend in television which could probably best be described as "rock 'n' roll...with go-go dancers."
Power & Control LSD in The Sixties. Part One. A Film By Aron Ranen Seeking investor to finish this work . Trip to USSR & UK to finish off final act of this documentary. contact me here at youtube. Aron Ranen
Caravan 'Love Song with Flute', sixties Canterbury psych prog - new version by The Flaming Gnomes The Flaming Gnomes 'Love Song with Flute', orginal by Caravan - new single on sale now on Fruits de Mer Records - buy it direct now from us at or /fdmer - 7" of lovely psuitably psychedelic purple vinyl. Following the dissolution of their former band, Wilde Flowers, David Sinclair, Richard Sinclair, Pye Hastings and Richard Coughlan formed Caravan in 1968. Caravan are an English band from the Canterbury area, founded by former Wilde Flowers members David Sinclair, Richard Sinclair, Pye Hastings and Richard Coughlan. Caravan rose to success over a period of several years from 1968 onwards into the 1970s as part of the Canterbury scene, blending psychedelic rock and jazz to create a distinctive sound like their contemporaries Soft Machine. Caravan still remains active as a live band in the 21st century. Love Song With Flute lyrics When I've got time on my side, there's nothing I can do to escape from the scenes that have been making me want you So I think of the dreams that I've had, and what's left I'd like to do But my mind draws a blind over me and all I see is you Look into my eyes - tell me what you see - listen to me now I'm needing you - though it may not seem to be I'm needing you - you're all I care to see I'm needing you - and you, you... I'm needing you - and you, you... I can feel the sun in my hair when I'm sitting here with you Who cares if I'm lost in my mind? My dreams are overdue I've been living more for myself ...
Power & Contol LSD in the Sixties PART 3 In this section the final segment of Preachers on Mushrooms, Haight Ashbury and the rise of LSD in the Anit-WAR movement with The Free Speach Movement's Michael Rossman. Plus more Ram Dass and the place Tim Leary first took LSD.
Riz Khan - Fifty years after the sixties It was an era of political and cultural turbulence, but how much can today's activists learn from it?
Mr. Big - Green Tinted Sixties Mind (Live in Japan 1996) Mr. Big - Green Tinted Sixties Mind Live at Budokan, 1996 Apr 19 Fri enjoy!
Mellow Sixties Mel Rosenberg, Marion Ross & the band perform some of the most favorite songs of the 60's including Jailhouse Rocks
*** Sixties Dancing - Harry H Corbett Rattle of a Simple Diane Cilento treats us to some *** sixties moves in Rattle of a Simple Man, also starring Harry H Corbett, mostly known for his role in BBC Television's Steptoe And Son. This is one of those great films that used to get screened in the ITV regions late at night, but has since sunk without trace. If you're after a copy of this, let me know. I'd like to get hold of Cover Girl Killer if you recorded it off BBC4? I collect old television and radio material, so if you'd like to see more of this, get in touch.
#1 - SHINDIG! - Sixties Superstars SHINDIG! - Sixties Superstars -- Part 1of6 --------------------- -- The Byrds - "Turn! Turn! Turn!" -- Donovan - "Catch The Wind" -- The Turtles - "Let Me Be" -- Beau Brummels - "Laugh Laugh" ------------------------
#5 - SHINDIG! - Sixties Superstars SHINDIG! - Sixties Superstars - part 5of6 -------------------------- 1) The McCoys - "Hang on Sloopey" 2) Hondells - "Little Honda" 3) Righteous Brothers - "Let The Good Times Roll" ======================================= Shindig! was a rock 'n' roll series that ran from September 16, 1964 through January 8, 1966 on the ABC network. Shindig! was created and produced by Jack Good who had previously produced rock 'n' roll TV shows in his native Britain. There, he perfected his style of fast-paced rock music programing. In 1962, Good produced a pilot for American TV. The pilot, titled "Young America Swings the World," eventually became the blueprint for Shindig! Most of the top American and British rock/pop acts of the mid-1960s appeared on Shindig!. The British performers often appeared in segments taped in the UK Shindig! was different from previous US rock 'n' roll programs. It featured non-stop music that, in most cases, was only interrupted by the commercial breaks. Shindig! started a trend in television which could probably best be described as "rock 'n' roll...with go-go dancers."
Superhits of the Sixties (commercial) A groovy TV commercial: "Superhits of the Sixties" the ultimate collection [german dubbing] 4 Audio CDs
Cliff Richard on Pop Go The Sixties Shown at the end of 1969, this is the Cliff and Shadows excerpt that finished off the show.
Welcome to the Sixties - Hairspray The song Welcome to the Sixties from the film Hairspray! No copyright intended - I'm just a fan!
Sixties Cheesecake Dance No. 16 PLEASE READ THIS - This clip consists of three dance numbers - two short and one long - from "The Last Days of Sodom and Gomorrah" (1962). The film was directed by Robert Aldrich, who also directed "Vera Cruz" (1954), with Gary Cooper and Burt Lancaster; "What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?" (1962), with Bette Davis and Joan Crawford; and "The Dirty Dozen" (1967), with Lee Marvin and Charles Bronson. Stewart Granger played Lot, the nephew of Abraham, who fled, with his wife and two daughters, from the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah before they were destroyed by Jehovah; the lovely Pier Angeli played Ildith, Lot's wife, who is turned into a pillar of sodium chloride because she disobeyed the Lord's instructions and looked back at the cities as they were being destroyed (Oy vey!); Stanley Baker played Astaroth, the ambitious brother of Queen Bera of Sodom; Anouk Aimée played the cruel Queen Bera; Rossana Podestà played Lot's daughter Shuah, who falls for Astaroth; and the incoherent Scilla Gabel played Tamar, the slave girl. The principal dancer in the bellydance/catgirl sequence is Mitsuko Takara. The two dancers in the lesbianesque duo number are Alice and Ellen Kessler, better known as "The Kessler Twins", a famous German singing/dancing/acting duo. There are many clips of them performing on Youtube. I am always looking for new ideas for this series. If you have any suggestions please don't hesitate to drop me a line.
BBC - Why I Hate The Sixties (2004) [part 1 of 6] BBC documentary featuring the dark reality of the "iconic" 1960s which is rarely mentioned. It was a disastrous decade in Britain in terms of art, architecture, the commercialisation of culture, race relations, education and transport among many other things. Contributors include David Aaronovitch, Mike Phillips, Christine Odone, Terry Eagleton, Peter Hitchens and Peter Obourne.
Sixties Slideshow This is a slideshow of the greatest decade ever. It starts out with pictures of Hippies and Woodstock, then it goes to the Vietnam War and last it goes to the civil rights movement. Please rate and comment. Enjoy!
Sixties Shakin' Girls Sixties shakin girls. Scene from the greek film "Ah! Afti i gynaika mou" (1967). Music M.Plessas
A clip from "Berkeley in the Sixties" This is a video clip from the documentary film about the protest for Berkeley in the Sixties.
I Who Have Nothing - (Tom Jones) DAN MENDOVA cover (LS) recorded by welsh singer TOM JONES in 1970, Top hits USA and UK singles. Jordin Sparks sang the song during British Invasion Week on the sixth season of American Idol. A studio recording of her performance reached #74 on the Billboard Hot 100 following her win....The original Ben E. King version was released in 1963 and reached #29 on the Billboard charts. Other version which reached the Billboard charts were performed by Terry Knight and the Pack in 1966 (#46), by Liquid Smoke in 1970 (#82), and by Sylvester in 1979 (#40). The most popular version in the US was by Tom Jones, peaking at #14 in 1970. Shirley Bassey released the song (produced by George Martin) in September 1963, reaching #6 on the UK charts.
Barry McGuire Trippin the Sixties Short video Barry talking about Trippin the Sixties
Barbarella - Swinging Sixties Space Angel It does not get more swinging, ***y and campy than this. Pictures set to great film music in Morricone style. Camp and cult movie of 1968 with Jane Fonda, John Philip Law (the angel), Anita Pallenberg and David Hemmings (Dildano !?) Music: Mix of two versions of "Seli" by Marcello Giombini and/or Anton Garcia Abril (1967), featuring favourite singers of Ennio Morricone: Edda dell' Orso and Cantori Moderni di Alessandroni - from Italian/German trash sci-fi-film "4-3-2-1 Morte" / "Perry Rhodan - SOS aus dem Weltall" (All rights reserved by the copyright owners. This nonprofit fan-made video is solely to promote awareness and interest in the artists and the music.)
mr.big-green-tinted sixties mind live in san francisco mr. big Eric Martin, Billy Sheehan, Paul Gilbert, Pat Torpey
early sixties beetle commercial: long edition !! This early 'infomercial' tells you in a very technical way how economic a vw beetle is. Is this a commercial, infotainment, or an infomercial? It is fun to discover that the early commercials focus on adults of 30 years or older who buy their first car. Also the length of the clip makes it very outdated, but so much fun to watch! From theDVD 'Legend on wheels'. Wanna have this DVD packed with 2 hours of high quality digitally remastered old vw commercials? The DVD really brings you back to the '60s and '70s. Send an email to beetlejuice150@
Sixties Liverpool A Short Film of Sixties Liverpool
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Haight Ashbury in the sixties haight ashbury in the 60's summer of love 67
Top 30 best rock songs of the 60's Follow me on twitter!: @Top30music best rock songs of the 60's based on their influence, on their record sales and if they remained trascendent.. If you're looking for new music, don't hesitate on clicking here: amazing artist!
the spirit of the sixties part 1 : when pop music was art & i'm so glad by cream the late 60's were "comeback" of the Renaissance: returned to the values of Humanism - every body has a potential and should have the freedom to fulfill his/her potential. they reflects those values by "rock" or "pop" music. they tried to say something with the music, and not only make money. they explored alternatives in order to develop higher and higher. they understand the potential and the power that every individual has. the power to change the world, and didn't afraid to believe and use this power. scenes from BBC documentary from 1968 "all of my loving"
Brigitte Bardot sixties 60's The beautiful Brigitte Bardot (when she was young) sings a famous song written by Serge Gainsbourg.
60's / Sixties Makeup- Ask Me Makeup (in HD) Firstly, I'd like to introduce you to one of the newest Ask Me Makeup models, Natalie! Isn't she beautiful?! You'll be seeing much more of Natalie! This is a 60s/Sixties makeup look designed for the modern girl. It's a mod look that's adapted for 2010. If you want to mix it up a bit, instead of black in the socket line, try a colour like purple or turquoise. For a more authentic 60s look try a bolder pale pink lipstick. Or if you want a more toned down mod look, use more natural false eyelashes and thin out the eyeliner round the eye. Just follow the basic concepts and create your own look! Makeup used in this video: * Mac Studio Fix Foundation in NC25 * Mac Studio Finish Concealer in NC20 * Chi Chi Bronzer * Urban Decay Primer Potion * Napoleon off-white eyeshadow (Colour disc 5) * Paris Berlin Maquillage Professional Eye Pencil in Brown & Black * Jemma Kidd Dewy Glow All Over Radiance Creme (01 Ice Gold) * Chi Chi Black Liquid Eyeliner Pen * Mac False Lashes * Lashgrip Glue * Kryolan Eyeshadow Palette * Kit Cosmetics Duo Cheek and Lip Creme (in Turn It On) * DB Australia Lip Pencil (in Baby Rose) * Jemma Kidd Lip Gloss (in Sassy) Clothing in this video: * All Alannah Hill- Feather stole used as a skirt, pearl cardigan and diamante bows in black and peach. Music in this video: Brigitte Bardot- "Moi je joue" Kitty, Daisy and Lewis- "Going Up The Country" and "Buggin' Blues" Join my new Facebook page and see more photos from this shoot!
Sixties fashion Carnaby Street London
Best of Sixties Many Singer and bands of the seventies
The Sixties Girls Pattie Boyd, Jane Asher, Maureen Starkey, Anna Karina, Michelle Phillips, Bridgitte Bardot, Eleanor Bron, Audrey Hepburn, Twiggy, Edie Sedgwick, Marianne Faithful, Mary Quant, Faye Dunaway, Mia Farrow, Sharon Tate and many more! Enjoy! x
Mr Big Green-tinted sixties mind, live in tokyo 1991 Green-tinted sixties mind
Sixties Planet - So Shush Sixties music stars, sixties fashion, kitsch and achievements set to the music of So Shush. If you like it please share it. .... A thanks to the Telecaster forum. The song was recorded with Baja telecaster with series wiring. Baja Teles being much loved by us telecaster enthusiasts. Check out the band who free stream at Spotify, lastfm, youtube and all the usual places. 1960s - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The 1960s term also refers to an era more often called The Sixties, denoting the ... The decade was also labeled the Swinging Sixties because of the fall or ... 1960s in music - 1960s in fashion - Disestablishments - Deaths /wiki/1960s The Sixties | PBS Be more Empowered. Help bring programs like THE SIXTIES to your PBS station... pledge online! Home | War & Peace | Pop Culture | Revolutions | Politics ... /opb/thesixties/ Take Me Back To The Sixties A depiction of old black and white TV shows of the 1950's and 1960's. /TakeMeBackToTheSixties.htm SIXTIES The mega-site on the 1960's-all the people, places, events, music, news, politics, fashions that make the '60s so unique, plus mailing list, ... / Sixties The mega-site on the 1960's-all the people, places, events, music, news ... /sixties.htm American Cultural History - 1960 - 1969 Many of the revolutionary ideas which began in the sixties are ... Architecture in the sixties was undergoing a refinement of ...
Mr. Big - Green Tinted Sixties Mind (Back To Budokan 2009 HD) Mr. Big - Back to Budokan 2009 HD 1080p, excellent song Vocals: Eric Martin Bass Guitar: Billy Sheehan Guitar: Paul Gilbert Drums: Pat Torpey
Mr. Big - Green-Tinted Sixties Mind (music video) "Green Tinted Sixties Mind" by Mr. Big Purchase on iTunes: Album: Lean Into ItYear: 1991 Label: Atlantic Records This official music video is copyright 1991 Atlantic Records. I do not claim ownership to this video or song. All rights reserved by copyright holders. Vocals: Eric Martin Guitar: Paul Gilbert Bass: Billy Sheehan Drums: Pat Torpey The lyrics (Paul Gilbert) are posted below: She just woke up, but she's still tired Is that the telephone ringing? The curtains can't hold back the light That's reaching into her dreams Down in her heart If it had fingers, it'd be tearing it apart You be lookin' groovy In a sixties movie Maybe tell the press you died Little legend baby Try your very best to hide A green-tinted sixties mind She keeps some memories locked away But they are always escaping neclgect won't make them fade away They're reaching into her dreams Down in her heart Don't need fingers to be tearing it apart Gotta face the day There is no other way To clear the fog inside your mind Fill it up with dreams But all that you can seem to find A green-tinted sixties mind Hangin' out with Janis Movin' to Atlantis Could've made it if you tried What's the point of force It's easy as a horse to ride A green-tinted sixties mind You be looking groovy In a sixties movie Maybe tell the press you died Little legend baby Try your very best to hide A green-tinted sixties mind -U can't hide-
TOM JONES - WITHOUT LOVE (LIVE) LATE SIXTIES NEXT SONG IS BIG BALLAD WITHOUT LOVE.
Sudden November Kåsan Enduro Kiwi sixties 500 kubik
Sixties girls part 2 Another montage of The sixties girls.. Pattie Boyd, Jane Asher, Twiggy, Priscilla Presley, Edie Sedgwick, Mary Quant, Mia Farrow, Sharon Tate, Bridgitte Bardot & Audrey Hepburn. Enjoy! Song: "Thank you girl" - The Beatles
A Decade To Remember - The Sixties 1 The Sixties will be remembered for mini skirts and mini cars, The Beatles and The Rolling Stones, boutiques and discotheques, and England winning the World Cup