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The Post “Hippie Period” and Glam Rock

The “hippie period” was at its most popular from 1967 as the summer of love began with numerous rock festivals being arranged around the San Francisco area. The hippies were anti-war and USA‘s activities in Vietnam and Korea, added to the race tensions in the States, added momentum to the movement. The rock concerts gave […]

Influential American glam rock band the New York Dolls; David Johannson, front, Jerry Nolan, Johnny Thunders, Killer Kane and Sylvain Sylvain, pose in a dressing room.    (Photo by P Felix/Getty Images)

The State of the Music Scene in 1970

As the new decade of the 1970’s emerged the music industry was still reverberating from the after-shock of the swinging sixties. This previous decade had seen an era of great upheaval as the younger generations started to question the actions of the world’s most powerful governments. This was reflected in the music as scene as […]