|提及的人：||Jane Fonda; Bob Dylan; Minnie Riperton; B B King; Wavy Gravy.; Sandy McQueen|
Sandy McQueen; Dennis Tittle; Texas Community Oral History Project.; University of North Texas. Oral History Collection.
|注意：||Interview conducted in 2003 for the Texas Community History (Denton County) Oral History Project. Interviewer: Dennis Tittle.|
|描述：||99 leaves ; 29 cm|
Interview with Sandy McQueen concerning his experiences while attending the Texas International Pop Festival, Lewisville, Texas, August 30-September 1, 1969. His introduction to the hippie subculture while in high school; his experiences with racism among white property owners in the South Oak Cliff section of Dallas during the 1960s; the influence of the "British Invasion" and the Beatles; his description of hippies in Lee Park in Dallas; protests against the Vietnam War; his being drafted into the Army and opting for service in the National Guard; his account of an anti-war demonstration led by Jane Fonda in Killeen, Texas; his personal views about ethnic and race relations in the military during the 1960s; his comments on Jefferson Airplane, the Mamas and the Papas, and Bob Dylan; reaction to the news of the coming of the Texas International Pop Festival and his decision to attend; attending the festival with his pregnant wife and a friend; drug and alcohol use at the festival; activities of the Hog Farm; wearing attire of those in attendance; nude bathing; comments about "Wavy Gravy," the leader of the Hog Farm; free love at the festival; comments about the performance of Minnie Riperton and the Rotary Connection, Led Zeppelin, Chicago Transit Authority, and B.B. King at the festival; "bad trip" tents; lasting effects of the festival on his life.
- Fonda, Jane, -- 1937-
- Jefferson Airplane (Musical group)
- Mamas and the Papas (Musical group)
- Dylan, Bob, -- 1941-
- Riperton, Minnie.
- Rotary Connection (Musical group)
- King, B. B.
- Wavy Gravy.
- Led Zeppelin (Musical group)
- Chicago (Musical group)
- McQueen, Sandy, -- 1950-
- Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- Public opinion.
- Counterculture -- Texas -- Lewisville.
- United States -- Race relations.