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1960's-1970's:

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Dulce Caudillo

on 26 November 2013

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Transcript of 1960's-1970's:

Making the Cover:
The Beatles & Rolling Stone Magazine

The Beach Boys
Politics
Revolution
The Beatles
Counterculture
Specific to the youth of the late 60's, early 70's








Publisher: University Press of Mississippi
Ch.5 "Beatlepeople"
Rolling Stone, 1967-70
Jann Wenner
Founder and editor of Rolling Stones magazine
Strategically used The Beatles' image
Biased
innovative
progressive
"exceptionally artistic"
"completely superior"
White Album
Sgt. Pepper
disappointment
The Rolling Stones
"Only the Beatles can put out an album by the Beatles"
major criticism
"Prototype of junk masquerading as meaningful"
"recreation" of Sgt. Pepper
created by/for the alienated youth
opposed to traditional values
clichés
scatological
experimentation
rapid
"Us vs Them"
"too nice"
engine
Pre-1969
fortune, not society
"Rock & roll is the solution, not politics or violence"
organic v traditional intellectual
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