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The Sixties: An Irreverent Guide

by Eoin Cameron

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Desert boots, micro minis and winklepickers; Dusty, Ringo and ‘The Purple People Eater’; Easy Rider, Blow Up and Beach Blanket Bingo; stomps, cabarets and Woodstock; Gilligan’s Island, Graeme Kennedy and Homicide; kegs, nashos, the pill and student demos. Eoin Cameron recalls the ’60s in gory detail and with no insight what-so-ever, because he’d do it all again. A far-out and groovy book for those who were there and for those who wish they were there.

Categories
Sport, Travel, Entertainment, Current Affairs, Culture & Social History
Publication Year
2004
Edition
1st
Publisher
Fremantle Press
ISBN13
9781920731526
HB/PB
Paperback
Format
B Format (198 x 128mm)
Pages
336
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