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Don't Start Me Talking : Subculture, Situationism and the Sixties.

Author: Charles Radcliffe
Publisher: Chicago : Bread and Circuses, 2018.
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Radcliffe, Charles.
Don't Start Me Talking : Subculture, Situationism and the Sixties.
Chicago : Bread and Circuses, ©2018
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Radcliffe
ISBN: 9781495639463 1495639460
OCLC Number: 1076231988
Notes: CHAPTER 64 THE FEAR OF GOING DOWN: March 1978.
Description: 1 online resource (629 pages)
Contents: Intro; PRELUDE; PART ONE EARLY DAYS; CHAPTER 1 THE FIFTIES: Elvis, Richard and Oscar; CHAPTER 2 WORK: Middlesbrough, 1960; CHAPTER 3 THE COMMITTEE OF 100; CHAPTER 4 GREENHAM COMMON: Saturday, June 23 1962; CHAPTER 5 GOOD MORNING BLUES! BLUES HOW DO YOU DO?; CHAPTER 6 EARLY DAYS IN LONDON: 1962-3; CHAPTER 7 ARMAGEDDON: October 1962; CHAPTER 8 KHR (KING HENRY'S ROAD); CHAPTER 9 SPIES & DEMISE: 1963; CHAPTER 10 MOVING ON: 1964; CHAPTER 11 THE TIMES THEY ARE A-CHANGIN': 1964; CHAPTER 12 BLACKS, WHITES 'N' BLUES The London R'n'B scene: 1963-6; CHAPTER 13 BRINGIN' IT ALL BACK HOME. PART TWO FIERY FLYING ROLLS The Rebel Worker & Heatwave 1966-1970CHAPTER 14 The Rebel Worker; CHAPTER 15 BURN, BABY, BURN! Heatwave 1; CHAPTER 16 ACID DROPS! WORK STOPS!; CHAPTER 17 'PRE-SITUATIONIST' DAYS IN THE GATE: Notting Hill (1966); CHAPTER 18 BURN ON!; CHAPTER 19 FORGERY AND FREAK OUT; CHAPTER 20 DID I JUMP, OR WAS I PUSHED?; CHAPTER 21 THE OLD BAILEY: January 1968; PART THREE SEX, DOPE AND CHEAP JAILS; CHAPTER 22 OXFORD DAYS: 1968-9; CHAPTER 23 GRAHAM PLINSTON: 1968; CHAPTER 24 ALLAH DELIVERS THE GOODS First run: Autumn 1968; CHAPTER 25 BACK TO THE SMOKE: 1969. CHAPTER 26 FORMENTERA: Summer 1969CHAPTER 27 "THIS IS MINA": July 1969; CHAPTER 28 DETOUR AHEAD; CHAPTER 29 'THAT LITTLE TENT OF BLUE' Gevangenis Brugge (Bruges Prison): November 1969; PART FOUR UNDERGROUND; CHAPTER 30 FRIENDS: 1970; CHAPTER 31 FRIENDS: 1970-1971; CHAPTER 32 THE PLASTIC MAN; CHAPTER 33 A GLANCE WITHIN THE GILDED PALACE OF SIN; CHAPTER 34 REVOLUTION AT FRIENDS; CHAPTER 35 MUSTANG --
A STRANGE DEAL: Autumn 1970; CHAPTER 36 McCANN: 1971; CHAPTER 37 IT IS STILL TO BE DONE: Postscript to the 'Sixties and early 'Seventies; PART FIVE SCAMMER. CHAPTER 38 TO BRING THE PLACE ALIVE: TINA, 1971CHAPTER 39 TRUE LOVE, A COUNTRY COTTAGE, AND ROSES ROUND THE DOOR: 1972; CHAPTER 40 ICE COLD IN KABUL: January 1972; CHAPTER 41 HOME AGAIN: February1972; CHAPTER 42 THE EGO FLIES: April 1970-November 1972; CHAPTER 43 MOVING: 1974; CHAPTER 44 SMUGGLER: 1974; CHAPTER 45 WHAT WE DID ON OUR HOLIDAYS 1: Spain (Autumn 1974); CHAPTER 46 WHAT WE DID ON OUR HOLIDAYS 2: Scotland (Autumn 1974); CHAPTER 47 THE HARD BIT; CHAPTER 48 THE PROMISED LAND: TURTLE ISLAND, 1975; CHAPTER 49 PAPA'S GOT A BRAND NEW JERSEY: Jersey Shore, February 1975. CHAPTER 50 SWISS CHOCOLATES & STONE HARBORS: May 1975CHAPTER 51 BLACK MAGIC WOMAN: July 1975; CHAPTER 52 THE CLAUD STUARTS IN THE BIG APPLE: August 1975; CHAPTER 53 PEATOWN: September 1975; CHAPTER 54 MANHATTAN AGAIN: September 1975; CHAPTER 55 WHY NOT STOP NOW?; CHAPTER 56 CARPETS AND COVERS: 1976; CHAPTER 57 WHY STOP NOW? Spring and Summer 1976; CHAPTER 58 CORNISH CAPERS: Summer and Autumn 1976; CHAPTER 59 BURDENS?; CHAPTER 60 THYL: October 1976; CHAPTER 61 "THE LUNNUN GANG": December 1977; CHAPTER 62 BILLIE: Autumn 1977; CHAPTER 63 AN ENGLISH WINTER: 1977-1978.

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