MUS 115 4.15.08 - 4.15.2008 MUS 115 Beat Generation Beat...

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4.15.2008 MUS 115 Beat Generation - Beat writers were a small elitist group, almost thought of communist. - Many of the beat writers become “god-like” figures to groups in SF - SF becomes the epicenter for this movement - This movement leads to the genre of Psychedelic-Rock – drug use was common - Allen Ginsberg + Jack Kerouac - Search for freedom + lifestyle, existentialism, communication of deep feelings, rejection of American materialism, drug use encouraged, homosexuality, elements of Eastern Zen and Western Philosophy, identification with the lower class + African American Cultures Hippie Movement - Mid 60’s – term coined by Hippies - October of ’65, First Hippie gathering at Washington - January ’66, Trip Festival @ Haight Ashbury , attracted almost 7,000 people, diggers gave away free goods - October ’66 – LSD becomes an illegal substance - January ’67 – Human be-in - 1967- the apex, referred to as the “summer of love”, many people living in Haight Ashbury - Monterey Pop Festival- precursor to WoodStock - 1969- Woodstock in Bethel NY
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This note was uploaded on 03/01/2009 for the course MUS 115 taught by Professor Lalli during the Spring '07 term at Binghamton University.

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MUS 115 4.15.08 - 4.15.2008 MUS 115 Beat Generation Beat...

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