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PSYCHEDELIC FILMS OF THE SIXTIES 1966-68

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As the 1960s became psychedelicized, artists, musicians and film makers created art that reflected their experiences while under the influence of LSD. Excellent quality.

BEATLES ELECTRONIQUES 1969
Paul McCartney's face melts into swiggling strings of color! Filmmakers Nam Jun Paik & Jud Yalkut use audio and video taken from Beatles concerts and transform it to create something new and different. The soundtrack was created using four electronically altered loops of Beatles sound material.

EYETOON 1968
Jerry Adams' film creates the effect of an expansive LSD trip. Shot on 16mm and set against the fast-paced electronic music of David Litwin. Groovy and happy. Amorous and strange. Visually emotional.

STROBE LIGHT SPOTLIGHT DANCE 1966
Dancers gyrate in the dark on an elevated platform while a powerful strobe light pulsates. Song: "Six O' Clock" by the Lovin' Spoonful.

EXPLODING PLASTIC INEVITABLE 1966
Andy Warhol's Exploding Plastic Inevitable multimedia experience combines film, light show and the Velvet Underground. Music: "I'll Be Your Mirror," "Heroin," "Venus In Furs," "European Death Song."

OUTASIGHT AND SOUND EXPERIENCE 1966
Pulsating geometric shapes and flashing patterns set to, "Get Me To The World On Time" by The Electric Prunes played backwards. Afterwards a teenage audience critiques the film.

BE-IN 1967
Jerry Abrams' filmed account of the famous San Francisco "Human Be-In," is overlaid with psychedelic effects and liquid lights. Features footage of Allen Ginsberg, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Timothy Leary, Michael McClure, Lenore Kandel and The Grateful Dead. Lots of hippies. The soundtrack is an unreleased track by Blue Cheer.

SAN FRANCISCO 1968
Anthony Stern's impressionistic film captures a very psychedelic version of everyday life in 1968 San Francisco. Seedy streets, shops, posh art galleries, tourist sights, hippies and more. Music: "Interstellar Overdrive" by Pink Floyd.

Plus this bonus selection...

SEIZE MILLION DE JEUNES 1966
French TV. Filmed in London. Roughly translated, Seize Million De Jeunes means "16 Million of the Youth." The film is a collage of youth culture and features concert and travelogue footage of the groups "The Merseys," "Georgie Fame," and "The Who" (smashing their instruments).


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