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(S6.E14.). Music Special: 1960s Music from the United States

1960s Music from the U.S.

This episode features music selected to represent the turbulent environment within the United States during the 1960s. As Grant points out, it was a time of protesting the Vietnam War, a time of exploring new lifestules, and a search for personal identity. The music from Buffalo Springfield, Mamas and the Papas, The Who, and Jefferson Airplane were featured at the Montrerrey Pop Festibal in California. In addition to Woodstock, it was one of the most important music events of the decade.

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