U.S. film. Excellent quality. Widescreen letterbox. Primarily filmed in the Hippie Hill and Panhandle areas of Golden Gate Park, this "60s San Francisco Hippie Scene" documentary features interviews with those who call themselves hippies, or identify with hippies. The counter-culture is revealed in discussions about sex, drugs, philosophy and lifestyle.
Casual sex and marijuana use are the main activities of one group. A nun who has left the order reveals her decisions to join the counterculture. Others decry the dehumanization of the modern industrial world.
Communal living, psychedelic light shows, love-ins and diverse fashion statements accompany the hippies. Discussions about the liberating effects of LSD and being a free spirit. Music by Country Joe & the Fish, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Steve Miller Band, and Mother Earth. Revolution!
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BIG BROTHER & HOLDING CO. - COME UP THE YEARS 1967
U.S. TV. San Francisco's PBS TV station, KQED features Big Brother & The Holding Co. Songs include "Down On Me," "Coo Coo," "Hall Of The Mountain King," "Blow My Mind," "Ball & Chain," "Light Is Faster Than Sound" and more.
In addition to live musical performances the band is interviewed and offers their perspective on the San Francisco "hippie scene" and what it’s like to be in a groovy rock band! It's obvious they all have been very psychedelicized! Janis Joplin, James Gurley, Dave Getz, Sam Andrew and Peter Albin.
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