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My favorite JA,
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Not one of my favorites out of all the Jefferson Airplanes, However, one of their more unknowns I would recommend more, which is "Bless Its Pointed Little Head" after they became starship they lost there core hippie base if you ask me.
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Initial post: May 4, 2011 6:32:01 PM PDT
Michael Dobey says:
by 1971 , hippyism was really dead replaced by the drug cultures 'party for me! " attitude. that base had moved on mostly socially. the idea that you could live a life without working on a commune and not be part of the system at all , was mostly faded by 1970. I don't think just because the seventies had longer hair that there were many actual hippies around anymore. so this would be at the tail end of the hippy movement , only they didn't know it then.
Posted on Jun 11, 2011 2:12:48 PM PDT
Chet Fakir says:
In San Francisco the counterculture folks celebrated the Death Of The Hippy in 1967, though the corpse kept twitching for a few more years.
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