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In Search of the Lost Chord: 1967 and the Hippie Idea, Hardcover

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"Goldberg brings a personal passion that itself illustrates the lasting resonance of the hippie era."--Publishers Weekly"A reminiscence of the time that brought us Sgt. Pepper and the Summer of Love...A genial you-were-there memoir of a golden age."-...
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Producator: Akashic Books

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"Goldberg brings a personal passion that itself illustrates the lasting resonance of the hippie era."--Publishers Weekly"A reminiscence of the time that brought us Sgt. Pepper and the Summer of Love...A genial you-were-there memoir of a golden age."--Kirkus Reviews"Danny Goldberg is a relentless tracker of people. However elusive this Lost Chord may be, Danny G. searches it out and nails it to the tree flesh. Eternity now 1967 forever " --Wavy Gravy"Danny Goldberg's deeply personal and political history of 1967 and the hippie idea weaves together rollicking, rousing, wonderfully colorful and disparate narratives to remind us how the energies and aspirations of the counterculture were intertwined with protest and reform. There is a direct line from many of the events, movements, and people of 1967 to our times. Goldberg draws the line for us with mesmerizing storytelling, characters, and conversations."--Katrina vanden Heuvel, The Nation"Danny Goldberg has written a lively, well-researched, kaleidoscopic account--at once openhearted and levelheaded--of a spiritual, pharmacological, political, and musical supernova whose reverberations are still strongly felt a half-century later."--Hendrik Hertzberg"Danny Goldberg is probably one of the purest, most reasonable guides you could ask for to 1967."--Andrew Loog Oldham, author of Rolling Stoned"Hippie 101--a kaleidoscopic snapshot of the Big Bang fifty years ago, three parts social and musical history, one part personal memoir, a sweeping overview that also manages to be up close and personal. Bravo."--Joel Selvin, author of Altamont: The Rolling Stones, the Hells Angels, and the Inside Story of Rock's Darkest Day Danny Goldberg's new book is a subjective history of 1967, the year he graduated from high school. It is, he writes in the introduction, "an attempt at trying to remember the culture that mesmerized me, to visit the places and conversations I was not cool enough to have been a part of." It is also a refreshing an
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