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A rambunctious, outrageous, humorous tale of transformation from Irish Catholic good girl to '60's wild child, and then to trainee in the demoralized mess that was the U.S. Army right after Vietnam. Bad Trip is a nostalgic tale about bell bottoms, Catholic school, American Bandstand, Star Trek, Bonanza, Route 66; school dances; the Beatles, Beach Boys, Guess Who, Creedence, college panty raids, keggers, weed, hitchhiking; the drama of Yippies, SDS, and Black Panthers protesting and police busting heads at the 1968 Democratic National Convention; and dodging the draft, protesting the draft, or joining the military.
TV A-Go-Go Covers various aspects of the idiosyncratic history of rock and TV and their peculiar relationship, including cartoon rock, music programming for African American audiences, punk on television, Michael Jackson's life on TV, and the tortured history of MTV and its progeny. Full description
Snuggled in between the Delaware and Schuylkill Rivers lies William Penn's "Holy Experiment." The birthing ground for religious freedom became the birthing ground of a new nation and so much more. This "Philadelphia Story" tells it all from the first paper mill to the Mummer's Parade to American Bandstand.
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Near Fine Souvenir collectors' edition Includes unopened poster. Clean tight fresh strong as new copy. Remainder mark to heel. Lightest edge wear to covers Collectable. Size: 4to.
American Bandstand, one of the most popular television shows ever, broadcast from Philadelphia in the late fifties, a time when that city had become a battleground for civil rights. Counter to host Dick Clark s claims that he integratedAmerican Bandstand, this book reveals how the first national television program directed at teens discriminated against black youth during its early years and how black teens and civil rights advocates protested this discrimination.