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POPULAR CULTURE OF THE 60’S By: Jamie Meek POPULAR CULTURE OF THE 60’S By: Jamie Meek

Fashion of the 60’s • The 60’s didn’t begin out with colorful clothes. • Fashion of the 60’s • The 60’s didn’t begin out with colorful clothes. • Most of the clothes in the beginning were dull and looked better on older people. • Not too far into the 60’s, boutiques began opening up. • The boutiques sold cheap colorful clothing for the youth. http: //www. kyrene. k 12. az. us/schools/brisas/sunda/decade/ 1960. htm

Women Fashion • There were dresses that were tight at the top and puffy Women Fashion • There were dresses that were tight at the top and puffy at the skirt. • This was called a bouffant. • The most popular Women wore mini skirts, leather boots, and fake eye lashes. • hairstyle was a beehive. • There was also the beatnik look. • For women it was dark makeup and other dark colors. • The mini skirt began to get shorter. • http: //www. kyrene. k 12. az. us/schools/brisas/ sunda/decade/1960. htm

Men’s Fashion • • • Men wore sandals. They started growing there hair out. Men’s Fashion • • • Men wore sandals. They started growing there hair out. They wore bell bottoms. Men began to dress “fancy” around 1966. In the early 60’s it was collarless jackets and slim pants. http: //www. kyrene. k 12. az. us/schools/brisas/sunda/ decade/1960. htm

1968 -1969 • It was peace, love, and color everywhere. • People were quick 1968 -1969 • It was peace, love, and color everywhere. • People were quick to paint anything even their bodies. • There was longer hair and longer clothing. • During the hippie stage there were more drugs and more sexual activity. http: //www. kyrene. k 12. az. us/schools/brisas/sunda/ decade/1960. htm

Most Common Narcotics • • Marijuana (smoked) Cocaine (sniffed or injected by needle) Heroin Most Common Narcotics • • Marijuana (smoked) Cocaine (sniffed or injected by needle) Heroin (injected by needle) LSD (Lysergic Acid Diethylamide) http: //www. loti. com/then_now/sixties_drugs. htm

Music and Bands of the 60’s • Mr. Ray Charles came out with his Music and Bands of the 60’s • Mr. Ray Charles came out with his big hit “Georgia On My Mind” 1960 • Ricky Nelson came out with “Traveling Man” in 1961 • Then there was Little Eva with “Loco-Motion” in 1962 • “Surf City” by Jan and Dean of 1963 • You can never forget Roy Orbison and the Candymen with “Pretty Woman” in 1964 http: //www. stinalisa. com/60 s. Music. html

More Music and Bands of the 60’s • Also the wonderful duo of Sonny More Music and Bands of the 60’s • Also the wonderful duo of Sonny and Cher “I Got You Babe of 1965 • “Wild Thing” by The Troggs of coarse in 1966 • Can I get a little “Respect” by Aretha Franklin in 1967 • “I Heard It Through The Grape Vine” by Mr. Marvin Gaye in 1968 • “Honky Tonk Women” by the Rolling Stones http: //www. stinalisa. com/60 s. Music. html

60’s Hip Slang • • • A Gas- a lot of fun Bad- awesome 60’s Hip Slang • • • A Gas- a lot of fun Bad- awesome Beat Feet- leave the seen in a hurry Blitzed- drunk Boogie- leave without ceremony Bummed Out-depressed Cat-a guy Cherry-totally clean Chrome Dome- a bald guy Decked Out- dressed up http: //www. cougartown. com/slang. html

More 60’s Hip Slang • • • Fink-a tattle tale Flower Child- a hippie More 60’s Hip Slang • • • Fink-a tattle tale Flower Child- a hippie Funky-neat, cool Gimme Some Skin-shake hands Greaser- a guy who used too much grease in his hair Hairy-large out of control Jazzed-excited Kipe-to steal Melvin-a wedgie Pad- someone's house Peeper-glasses http: //www. cougartown. com/slang. html

EVENTS IN THE 1960’s By: Gavin Leanillo EVENTS IN THE 1960’s By: Gavin Leanillo

MLK, Jr. Assassination • Lorraine Motel in Memphis, TN • Assassinated at 6: 01 MLK, Jr. Assassination • Lorraine Motel in Memphis, TN • Assassinated at 6: 01 p. m. on April 4, 1968 • Waves of riots in the street http: //news. bbc. co. uk/onthisday/hi/dates/stories/april/4/newsid_2453000/2453987. stm http: //history 1900 s. about. com/cs/martinlutherking/a/mlkassass. htm

Malcolm X Assassination • On February 21, 1965 • He was shot to death Malcolm X Assassination • On February 21, 1965 • He was shot to death • Ballroom in Washington Heights • Thomas Hagan, was charged with the killing http: //www. criticalreading. com/malcolm. htm http: //media. collegepublisher. com/media/paper 920/stills/3 e 5427657 d 44 d-76 -1. jpg

Kennedy shot dead • Assassinated by a gunman in Dallas, Texas • November 22, Kennedy shot dead • Assassinated by a gunman in Dallas, Texas • November 22, 1963 • Hit in the head and throat • Lee Harvey Oswald was the killer http: //news. bbc. co. uk/onthisday/hi/dates/stories/november/24/newsid_319 8000/3198106. stm

Vietnam War • 1959 to 1975 • more than 58, 000 Americans killed, 304, Vietnam War • 1959 to 1975 • more than 58, 000 Americans killed, 304, 000 were wounded http: //www. vietnampix. com/ http: //www. vietnamwar. com/ Enter the tour >>

Apollo XI • July 20, 1969 • First manned mission to land on the Apollo XI • July 20, 1969 • First manned mission to land on the Moon • First on the moon, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin • This paved the way for space travel http: //history. nasa. gov/ap 11 ann/kippsphotos/apollo. html

Civil Rights Act (1964) • July 2, 1964 • Signed into law by President Civil Rights Act (1964) • July 2, 1964 • Signed into law by President Lyndon Johnson • This act outlawed segregation in businesses such as theaters, restaurants, and hotels • ended segregation in public places such as swimming pools, libraries, and public schools http: //www. ourdocuments. gov/doc. php? doc=97

Woodstock Festival (1969) • Woodstock was a three day art and music festival that Woodstock Festival (1969) • Woodstock was a three day art and music festival that held place on august 15, 16, 17 • Bands/ People that preformed • Joan Baez, Arlo Guthrie, Ten Years After, and Jimi Hendrix, etc During Vietnam more than 400, 000 hippies protested the war • Concert tickets were $8, later declared a free concert • “Rain, mud, music, drugs, rock 'n' roll, teepees, pot, dancing, smoke, sleeping bags, meditation, tents, dogs, brown acid, granola and free love were the hallmarks of a music festival that was a defining moment of one generation's rebellion against popular society. ”

Cuban Missile Crisis • Cuba aimed Russian missiles at the United States • President Cuban Missile Crisis • Cuba aimed Russian missiles at the United States • President Kennedy placed naval ships off the coast of Cuba • Kennedy threatened to attack Cuba if they didn’t turn the missiles around • Cuba turned the missiles around http: //images. google. com/imgres? imgurl=http: //library. thinkquest. org/11046/home_collag e 3. jpg&imgrefurl=http: //library. thinkquest. org/11046/error. html&h=352&w=572&sz=35&hl =en&start=1&um=1&tbnid=c. QOa. Xm. Ew. AGSLCM: &tbnh=82&tbnw=134&prev=/images% 3 Fq%3 Dcuban%2 Bmissile%2 Bcrisis%26 um%3 D 1%26 hl%3 Den%26 sa%3 DN http: //www. historyofcuba. com/history/baypigs/pigs. htm

Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy • On June 5 th, 1968, 12. 15 am Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy • On June 5 th, 1968, 12. 15 am • Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles • On his way to give a press conference, after winning the California Primary, Sirhan, stepped forward and fired a. 22 revolver at him http: //homepages. tcp. co. uk/~dlewis/

Concord • Speed of more than twice the speed of sound • Manufactured by Concord • Speed of more than twice the speed of sound • Manufactured by British and French aerospace engineers • Flew from Paris to New York • Cut flight time from 6 hours to 3 hours • Was considered a technological marvel http: //archives. cnn. com/2001/WORLD/europe/04/18/concord. history/

The End These have been the major events of the 1960’s http: //www. ruf. The End These have been the major events of the 1960’s http: //www. ruf. rice. e du/~tannahil/images /peace_symbol_6_l. gif

Music of the 60’s By: Michelle Rissinger Music of the 60’s By: Michelle Rissinger

The Doors • The band: Jim Morrison, Ray Manzarek, John Densmore, Robby Krieger. • The Doors • The band: Jim Morrison, Ray Manzarek, John Densmore, Robby Krieger. • Band was formed in Los Angeles in 1965. • 76 Million albums have already been sold and approximately 1 million annually. • Genre: Psychedelic Rock, Hard Rock, Blues Rock • 1965 -1972, 1978 • http: //en. wikipedia. org/wiki/Crea m_(band)

Cream • Band: Jack Bruce, Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker • Were active during: 19661968 Cream • Band: Jack Bruce, Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker • Were active during: 19661968 • Genre: Rock, Blues Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Acid Rock, Heavy Metal • Cream was ranked number 16 on VH 1’s 100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock • http: //en. wikipedia. org/wiki/C ream_(band)

The Yardbirds • Band: Ben King, Chris Dreja, John Idan, Jim Mc. Carty. • The Yardbirds • Band: Ben King, Chris Dreja, John Idan, Jim Mc. Carty. • 1962 -1968 and 1992 - present • Genre: Blues Rock, British Invasion, Rhythm and Blues, British Blues, Psychedelic Rock, Hard Rock • “Baby What’s Wrong” was their # 1 Single • http: //en. wikipedia. org/wiki/Th e_Yardbirds

Bob Dylan • Real name is Robert Allen Zimmerman. • Born on May 24, Bob Dylan • Real name is Robert Allen Zimmerman. • Born on May 24, 1941 • Genres: Folk, Rock, Blues, Country • Instruments: Vocals, Guitar, Bass Guitar, Harmonica, Keyboards, Accordion, Percussion • Occupations: Singersongwriter, Author, Poet, Artist, Actor, Screenwriter, Disc-jockey • Accomplishments: Grammy, Golden Globe, Academy Awards, Inducted into Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, Polar Music Prize, Royal Swedish Academy of Music, Prince of Asturias Award. • http: //en. wikipedia. org/wiki/Bob _Dylan

Jimi Hendrix • Johnny Allen Hendrix • November 27, 1942 – September 18 1970 Jimi Hendrix • Johnny Allen Hendrix • November 27, 1942 – September 18 1970 • Genres: Hard-rock, Bluesrock, Acid-rock, Psychedelic -rock • Occupations: American Guitarist, Singer, and Songwriter • Considered one of the most influential guitarists in rock music. Head lined the Woodstock Festival in 1969. • Accomplishments: Inducted into Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, UK Music Hall of Fame, Hollywood Walk of Fame, United States National Recording Registry • • http: //images. google. com/image s? hl=en&q=Jimi+Hendrix&gbv= 2 http: //en. wikipedia. org/wiki/Jimi _Hendrix

The Who • The band: Pete Townshend, Roger Daltrey, John Entwhisle, and Keith Moon. The Who • The band: Pete Townshend, Roger Daltrey, John Entwhisle, and Keith Moon. • Formed in 1964, grew to be considered one of the most influential and greatest bands in the world. • First hit Top Ten in the US with “I Cant See for Miles”. • Disbanded in 1983. • http: //en. wikipedia. org/wiki/C ream_(band)

The Beatles • Formed: May 1960 Disbanded: April 10, 1970 • John Lennon, Paul The Beatles • Formed: May 1960 Disbanded: April 10, 1970 • John Lennon, Paul Mc. Cartney, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, Pete Best. • Pop/Rock, Psychedelic Pop, Rock, Merseybeat, Pop, Christmas Music. • The Beatles have sold an estimated one billion albums world wide. –Popular world wide. • Top 5: I Saw Her Standing There, Twist and Shout, She Loves You, All My Loving, I Want to Hold Your Hand. • • • http: //rateyourmusic. com/artist/the_beatles http: //edition. cnn. com/2004/SHOWBIZ/Music/02/ 09/beatles. top. songs/index. html http: //www. popartuk. com/g/l/lgcvf 001+thebeatles-in-london-black-and-white-photo-thebeatles-canvas. jpg

The Rolling Stones • The Band: Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, Ronnie Wood. The Rolling Stones • The Band: Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, Ronnie Wood. • The band was formed in London in 1962. • English band whose rhythm and blues and rock and roll based music, that became popular during the “British Invasion”. • 1962 - Present • The band's single “(I Cant Get No) Satisfaction” established the Stones as a premier rock and roll act. • The band have released 55 albums of original work • http: //en. wikipedia. org/wiki/Cream_ (band)

Beach Boys • Band: Al Jardine, Bruce Johnston, Mike Love, Brian Wilson (Former Members: Beach Boys • Band: Al Jardine, Bruce Johnston, Mike Love, Brian Wilson (Former Members: Carl Wilson, Dennis Wilson, David Marks, Rickey Fataar, • Blondie Chaplin, Glen Campbell) • Genres: Rock n Roll, Pop, Surf Rock, Psychedelic Rock • Performed since 1961 through present • http: //en. wikipedia. org/wiki/T he_Beach_Boys • http: //www. premiertickets. m e. uk/gallery/138/bboys. jpg • “I Get Around” was the Beach Boy first number one single.

Elvis Presley • Known as “The King” • Jan. 8 1935 - Aug. 16 Elvis Presley • Known as “The King” • Jan. 8 1935 - Aug. 16 1977 • Genre: Rockabilly, Rock and Roll, Gospel, Blues, Country • Performed: 1954 - 1977 • Actor • Even today, Elvis is the only performer to be inducted into four hall of fames. • On March 24, 1958 Presley entered the Army. • Most Popular recordings: Love Me Tender, All Shook Up, Can’t Help Falling in Love, Hound Dog, Heartbreak Hotel, Jailhouse Rock • • • http: //www. history-ofrock. com/elvis_presley. htm http: //en. wikipedia. org/wiki/Elvis http: //www. rockhall. com/inductee/elvis-presley

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