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Posts tagged ‘The Byrds’

Back to Wax #3: Taking flight

December 26th, 2017

After discovering that channels for cheap used vinyl still existed in this blighted era, my thoughts turned to other albums worth owning that I’d passed over during the early Nineties. I wasn’t looking for long-players subbing for singles, as often did during the old days, but records that could be listened to from beginning to […]

The second selection in the stack of albums my mom gave me with my first grown-up record player was this slice of counterculture pressed to vinyl… …the soundtrack to the 1969 road flick Easy Rider. The film’s tagline read “A man went looking for America. And couldn’t find it anywhere…” Actually, rx it was two […]

Gone electric

January 18th, 2013

My journey through LIFE’s digital archives has reached the mid-1960s, traumatologist which means I get to have the fascinating (and maddening and facepalming) experience of witnessing the mosaic of the decade’s legendary (as in “historic” and “aggressively mythologized”) countercultural movement laid down one condescending feature article at a time. One of these pieces chronicled the […]

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