The Music of Counterculture Cinema: A Critical Study of 1960s and 1970s Soundtracks

The Music of Counterculture Cinema A Critical Study of s and s Soundtracks Films produced in late s and early s America along with later films focusing on that period continue to frame our understanding of the counterculture era The popular and experimental music of

  • Title: The Music of Counterculture Cinema: A Critical Study of 1960s and 1970s Soundtracks
  • Author: Mathew J. Bartkowiak Yuya Kiuchi
  • ISBN: 9780786475421
  • Page: 202
  • Format: Paperback
  • Films produced in late 1960s and early 1970s America along with later films focusing on that period continue to frame our understanding of the counterculture era The popular and experimental music of the day is central to the counterculture narrative on film, from the utopian Monterey Pop 1968 to the disenchantment of Gimme Shelter 1970 But the musical side of theFilms produced in late 1960s and early 1970s America along with later films focusing on that period continue to frame our understanding of the counterculture era The popular and experimental music of the day is central to the counterculture narrative on film, from the utopian Monterey Pop 1968 to the disenchantment of Gimme Shelter 1970 But the musical side of the movement was not monolithic, and a study of contemporary film soundtracks reveals a great deal of complexity The coinciding struggles to define collective and individual identities based on race, class, gender and generation are well documented in the music of counterculture cinema.

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