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MUSIC IN THE 60s. CONTENTS. Beat music Hippie culture German music culture in the 60s “Schlager“ (loosely translated as "a hit") Rock British Invasion Bands and Songs in the 60s. HIPPIE CULTURE. developed as a youth movement began in the US during the early 60s

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CONTENTS
  • Beat music
  • Hippie culture
  • German music culture in the 60s
    • “Schlager“ (loosely translated as "a hit")
    • Rock
  • British Invasion
  • Bands and Songs in the 60s
hippie culture
HIPPIE CULTURE
  • developed as a youth movement
  • began in the US during the early 60s

 born in the midst of a revolution

 spread around the world

  • best known for rejecting many of society's morals and attitudes
  • birth control pill: freedom to experiment with sex
  • fundamental ethos:

- freedom

- harmony with nature

- communal living

- artistic experimentation, especially in music (e.g. Jimi Hendrix)

- recreational drugs

beat music
BEAT MUSIC
  • pop and rock music genre
  • developed in the United Kingdom in the early 1960s
  • typical of the decade
  • model for many important developments in pop and rock music
  • most common beat groups are The Rolling Stones and The Beatles
  • spread to other European countries
  • symbol of “rebellion, long hair andloud music“  conflict between old,conservative and young, wild generation
british invasion
BRITISH INVASION
  • phenomenon that occured in the mid-1960s
  • rock and pop music acts from the UK, as

well as other aspects of British culture,

became popular in the US and throughoutthe world

  • lasting impact even on today‘s music
  • spread through radio and television
  • “Swinging London“, a fashion and cultural scene in London, became popular
  • examples of British Invasion bands: The Beatles, The Kinks, The Rolling Stones
sources
SOURCES
  • http://www.camarillohighschool1969.com/
  • http://www.loti.com/hippies_life.htm
  • wikipedia.org
  • http://www.history.co.uk/
  • Booklooker.de
  • Last.fm