The music influence on the movement
Book 10 – Joe's Brasas speech
Principal Topics :
-The recrutment for the war
- TheVietnan War
-What motivated the hippie movement(the counterculture)? -The Woodstock -The principal artists of the period
- The US goverment called for the “help” Of many americans tofight for their nation
50 thousands of dead soldiers
What did the american society think about all this stuff?
The american society became deeply sorry about all the deaths happening all over the world, so, they organized themselves and made a concert against the war.
It was called : WoodstockThe woodstock event
-500 thousands of people
The woodstock farm
Max Yasgurs Farm
The Hippie Movement
What motivated them?
-Civil rights, gay andfeminist movement
-President Nixon ( totally against Jonh Lenon's ideas )
-The country was very divided by pro and against war people
-US lost the war
The result : Good atmosphere and openminded people!
People camping and sleeping during the festival
A Kind of marriage during the festival
Principal music manifestations against war
John Lennon Bed-in (1969)The principal pacifist of the movement , cosidered a threat for Nixon's goverment. Lenon has created the song “give peace a chance” that have been very well accepted by the pacifists
CreedenceClearwater Revival : Fortunate sun
They criticized certain people who weren't recruited for the war ( the rich ones)
Country Joe Mcdonald I-Feel-Like-I’m-Fixin-to-Die Rag
criticizes to therecruitment
A video of Country Joe Mc Donald – Protest against war!
Jimi Hendrix The Star-Spangled Banner and Machine gun
The Star-Spangled Banner : USA hymn played on a disctortion guitar...