martedì 7 aprile 2015

TRIBUTO A CHET HELMS + 3 ORE DI LIVE AUDIO CONCERT CHET HELMS TRIBAL STOMP GOLDEN GATE PARK SAN FRANCISCO 10 OCTOBER 20'05 con CHARLATANS, COUNTRY JOE & FRIENDS,BARRY MELTON WITH BANANA AND ROY BLUMENFELD,SONS OF THE HIGHWAY,BLUE CHEER,PAUL KANTNER & FRIENDS,NATURAL ACT,JERRY MILLER,WAVY GRAVY,IT'S A BEAUTIFUL DAY,FAITH PATRICK,QUICKSILVER GOLD,CANNED HEAT,ANNIE SAMSON,SQUID B.VICIOUS WITH JORGE SANTANA GREG ERRICO and DAVID DENNY,NICK GRAVENITES,LYDIA PENSE,ZERO DOS,NARADA MICHAEL WALDEN


Chester Leo "Chet" Helms (August 2, 1942 – June 25, 2005), often called the father of San Francisco's 1967 "Summer of Love", was a music promoter and a cultural figure in San Francisco during its hippie period in the late Sixties.

Helms was the founder and manager of Big Brother and the Holding Company and recruited Janis Joplin as its lead singer. He was a producer and organizer, helping to stage free concerts and other cultural events at Golden Gate Park, the backdrop of San Francisco's Summer of Love in 1967, as well as at other venues, including the Avalon Ballroom.

He was the first producer of psychedelic light-show concerts at the Fillmore and the Avalon Ballroom and was instrumental in helping to develop bands that had the distinctive San Francisco Sound.[1] Helms died June 25, 2005 of complications from hepatitis C.[2] He was 62.

Childhood
Chester Leo Helms was born in Santa Maria, California, the eldest of three sons. His parents were Chester and Novella Helms. Helms' father, a manager at a local sugarbeet mill, died when he was 9. His mother took the boys to Missouri and then to Texas.

Helms spent the rest of his youth in Missouri and Texas, where he learned to organize events by helping to stage benefits for civil rights groups. He enrolled at the University of Texas and became part of the music scene there, a scene that included a very young and inexperienced Janis Joplin. Soon he dropped out of school and, inspired by the Beat Generation writers, Jack Kerouac and Allen Ginsberg to travel across America in search of freedom and inspiration, he set off wearing shoulder-length hair, beard and rimless glasses[3] hitchhiking across the country. He ended up in San Francisco in 1962.

Later he was to return to Austin with his best friend at the time, Peter Haigh, to visit his friend Janis Joplin. He thought she could make it as a singer in San Francisco. After a week of partying, they convinced Janis to drop out of school and hitchhike back to San Francisco with them. Later he would bring her to the attention of Big Brother and the Holding Company[4]

Arrival in San Francisco
After arriving in San Francisco in 1962, he scrounged a living various ways, including selling marijuana, an occupation that caused him to go to a boardinghouse at 1090 Page Street. The house was in Haight-Ashbury, then a rundown, low-rent neighborhood. Having met many musicians in his trade, and appreciating the vibrant music scene in San Francisco, he instinctively recognized the need for a forum for musicians to jam. When he saw the large basement at Page Street, he began organizing jam sessions for the local bands and musicians. Helms, a gifted organizer, made those sessions popular and started charging an admission fee of 50 cents.[5] His career as a rock concert promoter began. Big Brother and the Holding Company formed and Helms functioned as their low-key manager. He teamed up Janis Joplin with Big Brother for jam sessions in the Haight-Ashbury basement.

Family Dog Productions
Founding
In February 1966 he formed a loose connection with the Family Dog, a commune of hippies living at 2125 Pine street who threw open dances and wild events.[6] Helms was the ideal person to help this group organize their presentations and he moved into the Family Dog house. Their first formal production was a concert at Longshoremen's Hall.

In February 1966, Helms formally founded Family Dog Productions to begin promoting concerts at The Fillmore Auditorium, alternating weekends with another young promoter, Bill Graham. As the concerts became more popular, inevitable "conflicts" arose between the two promoters, based in part on the notion that public conflict and controversy could generate free publicity. Within a few months Helms secured the permits necessary to host events at the Avalon Ballroom, an old dancehall at 1268 Sutter Street, on the corner of Sutter and Van Ness. Big Brother and the Holding Company debuted there in June 1966. Later Helms would get them the appearance that made them famous, the Monterey Pop Festival where Albert Grossman spotted Joplin and offered her a contract.

Family Dog Concerts
In the context of the Avalon's "anti-business model" and loose ambience, Helms' Family Dog held a series of legendary concerts between April 1966 and November 1968, featuring a mix of artists, including rock, blues, soul, Indian, and rock and roll.[7] The list is long, compiled from the memory of having been there and from poster art websites. It is presented here:

Helms presented top blues performers including Country Joe and The Fish; Howlin' Wolf; Bo Diddley; Muddy Waters; Little Walter; Buddy Guy; Junior Wells; the Paul Butterfield Blues Band; Buddy Miles; James Cotton Blues Band; John Mayall; Big Mama Thornton; Albert Collins; Steve Miller; Son House; Mike Bloomfield; Elvin Bishop; Blues Project, with Al Kooper; John Hammond; Charlie Musselwhite; Siegel-Schwall Band; rock bands like The Doors; Buffalo Springfield; the Byrds; Bill Haley & His Comets; The Kinks;The Edwin Hawkins Singers; the Animals' Eric Burdon & War; Mothers of Invention; Lovin' Spoonful; The Carlos Santana Blues Band; Sir Douglas Quintet; the Soul Survivors; the Fugs; Blood, Sweat & Tears; The Association; Shorty Featuring Georgie Fame; Iron Butterfly; the Youngbloods, with Jesse Colin Young; Vanilla Fudge; Steppenwolf; Poco; Love, with Arthur Lee; sarode-player and Indian music teacher, Ali Akbar Khan; Sandy Bull; Blue Cheer; the Leaves; New Riders of the Purple Sage; Barry McGuire; Flamin' Groovies; the Loading Zone; It's a Beautiful Day; Joy of Cooking; the Grass Roots; the Sons of Adam; Sons of Champlin; Captain Beefheart; the Electric Flag; Velvet Underground; Pacific Gas and Electric; Moby Grape; the Sopwith Camel; 13th Floor Elevators; The Charlatans; Allmen Joy (see http://wingswest.net); Mother Earth; Southern Comfort; The Ace of Cups; Tyrannosaurus Rex; Cleanliness and Godliness Skiffle Band; Flying Burrito Brothers; Congress of Love; Notes From the Underground; Chrome Circus; Initial Shock; Oxford Circle; Daily Flash; Electric Train; Sparrow; the Orchestra; Hourglass; Kaleidoscope; Mt. Rushmore; Other Half; Phoenix; Lothar & the Hand People; Commander Cody; Cleveland Wrecking Company; The Rhythm Dukes; A.B. Skhy; Frumious Bandersnatch; Eighth Penny Matter; Jimmerfield Legend; South Side Sound; Super Ball; Solid Muldoon; Box Top; and jazz artists Sun Ra and San Francisco's own John Handy; Charles Lloyd; the Jerry Hahn Brotherhood; and folksters Joan Baez; Dave Van Ronk; Jim Kweskin Jug Band; Taj Mahal; Tim Buckley and Flatt & Scruggs.

Family Dog Speakers/Poets/Heroes of the Hour
Sometimes Helms cast the music promoter role aside and the Family Dog would feature speakers, including Alan Watts, Dr. Timothy Leary, Stephen Gaskin, poet Allen Ginsberg, and other counter-culture gurus. Helms is linked in San Francisco lore with Bill Graham, the Diggers, Emmett Grogan, Ken Kesey, Jack Kerouac, Gary Snyder, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Michael McClure, Neal Cassady, Kenneth Rexroth, Ralph J. Gleason, and others.

Artwork and Posters
To promote their concerts, Family Dog published a series of innovative psychedelic posters, handbills and other ephemera, created by a group of prominent young San Francisco artists including Alton Kelley and Stanley Mouse (Mouse Studios), Rick Griffin, Steve Renick and Victor Moscoso. Often printed using intensely colored fluorescent inks, they typically featured a mixture of found images and specially drawn artwork. The posters of Griffin, Mouse and Kelly, in particular, were known for the intricate and highly stylized hand-lettering in which the concert details were written out, which sometimes took considerable time and effort to decipher. Original Avalon posters are now collector's items.

Helms was also involved in joint productions/promotions at the Fillmore, Longshoreman's Hall, and Haight Street's Straight Theater (not all formal Family Dog Dance-Concerts).

Style as promoter
While Graham was an aggressive businessman and professional promoter, Helms presented a folksier image. He related easily to the San Francisco hippie subculture since, in essence, he was one of them. The San Francisco Chronicle called Helms "a towering figure in the 1960s Bay Area music scene," and indeed he was a huge contributor.

Helms embraced music for music's sake and the Beat-hipster-generation-turned-hippy philosophy. While the war raged in Vietnam and the nation coped with racial problems and assassinations, the anti-war, anti-establishment youth thrived in the throes of a social revolution. Meanwhile, Helms was cranking out bands and musicians espousing the same lifestyle as this new audience, while giving the very distinct impression that he was uninterested in financial gain.

His benign image could be deceptive. According to Jay Ferguson of Spirit, Graham would negotiate shrewdly and would frequently offer a lower fee to a band than Helms would, but when the concert was over, he would pay the band in full; Helms did not always do likewise. Some of the more serious bands (ones not subsidized by trust funds) came to prefer Graham's hard-nosed, businesslike approach. Graham did covertly help Helms financially at various times during the 1970s, keeping San Francisco in the fore as the West Coast Music mecca.

The core San Francisco rock bands, Jefferson Airplane, Grateful Dead, Big Brother and the Holding Company, Country Joe and the Fish, and Quicksilver Messenger Service (including pre-Dino Valenti), would play for both Graham's concerts at the Fillmore Auditorium, once a Black Muslim temple, and the Family Dog at Helms' Avalon dances.

Helms' shows were always more relaxed and offered a pleasant alternative to Bill Graham Presents dances, at a more reasonable admission, and with more room for the stoned, arm-waving type of solo dancing that personified the era. The nearby Mt. Zion Hospital kept a late-night clinic to accommodate the many drug overdoses from the Fillmore.

Janis Joplin
To concertgoers, Helms' contributions to the music world, like introducing a singer he knew in Texas, Janis Joplin, to the San Francisco music scene, were not always well publicized, but witnessing the final product of Joplin, with her powerful performances was a spectacle. First introduced as a new bandmember of Big Brother, she brought what the Grateful Dead, Quicksilver, and Big Brother did not seem at that point to have – a lead singer to match Jefferson Airplane's Marty Balin and Grace Slick. Joplin later left Big Brother to record solo albums and to rapidly grow in fame, accelerated by her performance at the Monterey Pop Festival.

With Joplin as the lead singer, Helms became the group's manager and introduced them on stage when they made their crucial appearance at the Monterey Pop Festival in 1967, a performance that marked Joplin's elevation to national prominence.[3]

Creativity was the essence, borrowed from (while re-popularizing) a vast spectrum of musical idioms, including R&B, East Indian, pop, country, bluegrass, and, to an extent, jazz. Music that featured long solos suited the audiences, and was soon used by bands everywhere, in performance and recordings, later becoming a major vehicle for helping launch what would become a new FM radio station music format – the less-commercial "Album-Oriented Rock," in the form of "underground" stations that sprang up coast-to-coast. Exposure on these airwaves further helped the popularity of concert-oriented rock and bands that would play for hours without stopping, as the two-minute hit temporarily was no longer the objective. Songs with long, art-centric solos gained reaffirmation with the increasing commercial success of the radio stations that became part of the new "movement" genre.[citation needed]

Evolution
Bill Graham Presents shows evolved more into high-power, professional lineups of better-known headline bands that made him known as the can-do guy that he was, while Helms, although managing to produce top-flight bands, still showcased bands that tended to be hipper and local. Helms didn't seem to have the need to hire zealous uniformed security guards, so teenagers found it easier to sneak into his dances. Helms ultimately allowed free admission after midnight. The San Francisco Family Dog dances later re-emerged in a new location, the Family Dog on the Great Highway at the edge of the Western World (its exaggerated sometimes heard full title) which opened in the summer of 69. It was the former Ocean Beach Pavilion turned Slot car track that was right next door to the old skating rink and "Bull Pup Enchiladas" at Ocean Beach, at 660 The Great Highway in San Francisco's Richmond district.

In his career Helms used other locations like ventures in Denver, Portland, and joint productions/promotions at the Fillmore, Longshoreman's Hall, and Haight Street's Straight Theater (not all formal Family Dog Dance-Concerts), etc.

Later years
Helms left the concert business in 1970 except for managing a few later events: Tribal Stomp at Berkeley's Greek Theater (1978); Tribal Stomp II at the Monterey County Fairgrounds (1979); a concert series at San Francisco's Maritime Hall in 1995 under the Family Dog name; and a 30th Anniversary celebration of the Summer of Love in Golden Gate Park (1997), a free event attended by 60,000 people.

Helms became an accomplished art dealer, selling American and European paintings and sculpture at his Atelier Doré art gallery on Bush Street in San Francisco, from 1980 until 2004. True to his nature, he never turned down a request for money and helped countless in that period. Although having a great eye for artwork his philanthropy never guaranteed the rent on time. When he retired in 2004 he was suffering from Hepatitis C. After suffering a mild stroke he died within days, on June 25, 2005.[8] Helms is memorialized in a "bright niche decorated with photographs and memorabilia" at the Neptune Society Columbarium.[9]

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Intervento di Matteo Guarnaccia
Chet Helms Tribal Stomp 
30 October 2005 
Speedway Meadow 
Golden Gate Park - S.F. CA 

CD One : 
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Charlatans 
++++++++++ 
01. Alabama Bound (07:48) 

Country Joe & Friends 
+++++++++++++++++++++ 
02. introduction (02:32) 
03. F-U-C-K Cheer (dedicated to G.W. Bush) (01:26) 
04. I Feel Like I'm Fixin' to Die Rag (04:06) 
05. Breakfast for Two (06:43) 
06. Save the Whales (04:47) 

07. CHET HELMS DAY PROCLAMATION READING - Dick Bright (02:37) 
08. Family Dog Appreciation - Boots Houghston (02:27) 

Barry Melton w. Banana, Roy Blumenfeld 
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ 
09. Good Ol' Rock And Roll (02:57) 
10. Hippie from Olema (04:36) 
11. Butcher's Boy (06:12) 
12. Love (w. Snooky Flowers - bar.sax) (03:14) 

Sons of the Highway 
+++++++++++++++++++ 
13. introduction (03:24) 
14. It's Time (05:06) 
15. Outskirts of Town (04:52) 
16. Come On Now (03:32) 
17. Sunshine of Your Love (04:44) 
18. outro (03:29) 



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CD Two : 
======== 

Blue Cheer 
++++++++++ 
01. introduction (01:41) 
02. Babylon (04:27) 
03. Doctor Please (06:21) 
04. Summertime Blues (05:32) 

Paul Kantner & Friends 
++++++++++++++++++++++ 
05. introduction (05:11) 
06. Volunteers (03:53) 
07. Other Side of this Life (05:54) 
08. White Rabbit (03:16) 
09. Get Together (04:13) 
10. Who Do You Love? (04:07) 
11. Somebody to Love (03:44) 
12. Volunteers + chat (08:09) 

Natural Act 
+++++++++++ 
13. introduction (01:23) 
14. A Place of Dreams (04:58) 
15. San Francisco Summertime (04:28) 
16. There Are Two Americas (04:58) 
17. I Believe (05:25) 




========= 
CD Three: 
========= 

Jerry Miller 
++++++++++++ 
01. introduction (01:58) 
02. Hey Grandma (04:56) 
03. 8:05 (03:29) 
04. ? (oh yes I am) (06:49) 
05. Honky Tonk (04:57) 

Wavy Gravy 
++++++++++ 
06. invoking ancestors, spirits, & nobody (08:58) 

It's A Beautiful Day 
++++++++++++++++++++ 
07. Hot Summer Day (06:54) 
08. Don & Dewey___ (05:50) 
09. White Bird (08:09) 

Faith Petrick 
+++++++++++++ 
10. introduction (00:32) 
11. Who Will Watch The Home Place (03:11) 
12. It's A Pleasure To Know You (02:08) 

Quicksilver Gold 
++++++++++++++++ 
13. introduction (00:37) 
14. Fresh Air (03:46) 
15. Pride of Man (04:37) 
16. Get Together (06:32) 
17. Dino's Song (03:55) 



======== 
CD Four: 
======== 

Canned Heat 
+++++++++++ 
01. introduction (01:26) 
02. On the Road Again (05:23) 
03. Goin' Up to Country (05:11) 
04. Amphetamine Annie (05:34) 
05. band introduction (00:43) 
06. Let's Work Together (04:51) 

Annie Samson 
++++++++++++ 
07. It's All Over Now Baby Blue (07:27) 

Squid B. Vicious (incl. Jorge Santana, Greg Errico, David Denny) 
++++++++++++++++ 
08. introduction (00:56) 
09. The Stake (06:03) 
10. Space Cowboy (07:19) 

Nick Gravenites 
+++++++++++++++ 
11. introduction (01:10) 
12. Goin' Down Slow (07:07) 
13. Goodnight Irene (07:21) 




======== 
CD Five: 
======== 

Lydia Pense 
+++++++++++ 
01. introduction (03:19) 
02. I Just Want to Make Love to You (05:54) 
03. Face the Music (05:39) 
04. You Got Me Hummin' (07:23) 

Zero Dos 
++++++++ 
05. introduction (02:05) 
06. End of the World Blues (07:46) 
07. Catalina (10:35) 

Michael Narda Walden (as Jimi Hendrix) 
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ 
08. introduction (02:55) 
09. Changes (05:08) 
10. Purple Haze (03:47) 
11. Piece of My Heart (05:32) 
12. Fire (04:13) 
13. Voodoo Child (05:08) 
14. outro (03:08) 




TRIBUTO A CHET HELMS + 3 ORE DI LIVE AUDIO CONCERT CHET HELMS TRIBAL STOMP GOLDEN GATE PARK SAN FRANCISCO 10 OCTOBER 20'05 con CHARLATANS, COUNTRY JOE & FRIENDS,BARRY MELTON WITH BANANA AND ROY BLUMENFELD,SONS OF THE HIGHWAY,BLUE CHEER,PAUL KANTNER & FRIENDS,NATURAL ACT,JERRY MILLER,WAVY GRAVY,IT'S A BEAUTIFUL DAY,FAITH PATRICK,QUICKSILVER GOLD,CANNED HEAT,ANNIE SAMSON,SQUID B.VICIOUS WITH JORGE SANTANA GREG ERRICO and DAVID DENNY,NICK GRAVENITES,LYDIA PENSE,ZERO DOS,NARADA MICHAEL WALDEN

JOE COCKER TRIBUTE + LIVE AUDIO FILLMORE WEST SAN FRANCISCO 26 APRIL 1970
JANIS JOPLIN Di Maurizio Bianchini + BONUS GALLERY FOTO/AUDIO WOODSTOCK FESTIVAL 1969
GRACE SLICK DEI JEFFERSON AIRPLANE AL FESTIVAL DI WOODSTOCK 1969
ELLIOTT LANDY - WOODSTOCK VISION - LO SPIRITO DI UNA GENERAZIONE Di Cristina Franzoni
http://musicitaly70.blogspot.it/2013/09/elliott-landy-woodstock-vision-lo.html
FLASHING ON THE SIXTIES : GLI ANNI '60 DELLA FOTOGRAFA HIPPIE LISA LAW
http://musicitaly70.blogspot.it/2013/05/flashing-on-sixties-gli-anni-60-della.html
IMMAGINI DA HIPPIE Di Matteo Guarnaccia
http://helaberarda.blogspot.it/2012/05/immagini-da-hippie-di-matteo-guarnaccia.html
SUMMER OF LOVE Di Wenner e Ditz
http://musicitaly70.blogspot.it/2013/05/summer-of-love-di-wenner-e-ditz.html
HIPPIE WOMAN / 1
http://mondopopolare.blogspot.it/2013/06/hippie-woman-1.html
RED DOG SALOON Di Alberto Crespi
http://musicitaly70.blogspot.it/2013/08/red-dog-saloon-di-alberto-crespi.html
JORMA KAUKONEN & HOT TUNA - COMPLETE SESSION TRATTA DAI PROVINI FOTOGRAFICI SU PELLICOLA DAL VIVO AL PARCO DELLA PELLERINA DI TORINO ITALY 1994 Prima Parte Di Danilo Jans
http://musicitaly70.blogspot.it/2013/05/jorma-kaukonen-hot-tuna-complete.html
WOODSTOCK FESTIVAL REMEMBER 1969-2012 Seconda Parte
http://musicitaly70.blogspot.it/2013/05/woodstock-festival-remember-1969-2012_18.html
COUNTRY JOE McDONALD : IL VECCHIO LEONE RUGGISCE ANCORA Di Ezio Guaitamacchi
http://musicitaly70.blogspot.it/2013/05/country-joe-mcdonald-il-vecchio-leone.html
IL RITORNO DI REBECCA FERRATTI : ZINGARA Di Alberto Tolot
http://mondopopolare.blogspot.it/2013/06/il-ritorno-di-rebecca-ferratti-zingara.html
A PIEDI NUDI NEL PARCO LAMBRO Di Rocchi,Masotti,Lelli,Fariselli
http://musicitaly70.blogspot.it/2013/05/a-piedi-nudi-nel-parco-lambro-di.html
SPECIALE SANTAMONICA ROCK FESTIVAL - L'AUTODROMO RIBOLLE ROCK
http://musicitaly70.blogspot.it/2013/05/speciale-santamonica-rock-festival-1974.html
E' MORTO A 68 ANNI ALVIN LEE : CINQUE ARTICOLI DI Romano Belletti,Enzo Caffarelli,Maurizio Baiata,Giorgio Rivieccio e Nicola Bandini
http://musicitaly70.blogspot.it/2013/05/e-morto-68-anni-alvin-lee-cinque.html
DALLAS TAYLOR : PRIGIONIERO DI WOODSTOCK Di Aldo Pedron
http://musicitaly70.blogspot.it/2013/05/dallas-taylor-prigioniero-di-woodstock.html
CONCERTO PER IL BANGLA DESH 20 DICEMBRE 1971
http://musicitaly70.blogspot.it/2013/05/concerto-per-il-bangla-desh-20-dicembre.html
JOAN BAEZ - COMPLETE SESSION DAL VIVO AL PARCO DELLA PELLERINA TORINO ITALY 1994 Prima Parte Di Danilo Jans
http://musicitaly70.blogspot.it/2013/05/joan-baez-complete-session-tratta-dai.html
DALLAS TAYLOR : PRIGIONIERO DI WOODSTOCK Di Aldo Pedron
http://musicitaly70.blogspot.it/2013/05/dallas-taylor-prigioniero-di-woodstock.html
DALL' ETERNITA' A QUI Di Charles Perry e Henry Diltz
http://musicitaly70.blogspot.it/2013/12/dall-eternita-qui-di-charles-perry-e.html
JIMI HENDRIX LIVE AT WOODSTOCK
http://helaberarda.blogspot.it/2012/04/jimi-hendrix-live-at-woodstock.html
PLASTER CASTER UNA VITA PER IL CALCO Di Manlio Benigni
http://helaberarda.blogspot.it/2012/04/plaster-caster-una-vita-per-il-calco-di.html
EASY RIDER VENT'ANNI DOPO : ALL'INSEGUIMENTO DELLA LIBERTA' Di Jack Barth e Trey Ellis
http://helaberarda.blogspot.it/2013/10/easy-rider-ventanni-dopo.html
HOW THE WEST WAS WON : LA MEMORIA FOTOGRAFICA DI HENRY DILTZ
AMALIE R.ROTHSCHILD : LA FOTOGRAFA DEL FILLMORE EAST (E DINTORNI)
RED DOG SALOON Di Alberto Crespi
JORMA KAUKONEN IN ITALIA 1981 Di Guido Toffoletti
http://musicitaly70.blogspot.it/2013/05/jorma-kaukonen-in-italia-1981-di-guido.html
GRACE SLICK A ROMA Di Maria Laura Giulietti e Maurizio Bianchini
http://musicitaly70.blogspot.it/2013/05/grace-slick-roma-di-maria-laura.html
JORMA KAUKONEN & HOT TUNA - COMPLETE SESSION TRATTA DAI PROVINI FOTOGRAFICI SU PELLICOLA DAL VIVO AL PARCO DELLA PELLERINA DI TORINO ITALY 1994 Prima Parte Di Danilo Jans
http://musicitaly70.blogspot.it/2013/05/jorma-kaukonen-hot-tuna-complete.html
WOODSTOCK FESTIVAL REMEMBER 1969-2012 Seconda Parte 
http://musicitaly70.blogspot.it/2013/05/woodstock-festival-remember-1969-2012_18.html
CROSBY STILLS & NASH AD AOSTA IL 21 Luglio 2010 Di Danilo Jans 
http://musicitaly70.blogspot.it/2013/05/crosby-stills-nash-complete-session.html
PARLA JERRY GARCIA DEI GRATEFUL DEAD : PAROLE DAL MORTO RICONOSCENTE Di Maria Laura Giulietti 
http://musicitaly70.blogspot.it/2013/05/parla-jerry-garcia-dei-grateful-dead.html
IMMAGINI DA HIPPIE Di Matteo Guarnaccia 
http://helaberarda.blogspot.it/2012/05/immagini-da-hippie-di-matteo-guarnaccia.html
ECCEZIONALE - DAVID CROSBY:HO VOGLIA DI PARLARVI Di Aldo Blasi e Maria Laura Giulietti
http://musicitaly70.blogspot.it/2013/05/eccezionale-david-crosbyho-voglia-di.html
IMMAGINI DI JANIS JOPLIN
http://musicitaly70.blogspot.it/2013/05/immagini-di-janis-joplin.html
JANIS JOPLIN : BIG BROTHERS WHITE SOUL Di John Poppy & Douglas Jones
http://musicitaly70.blogspot.it/2013/05/janis-joplin-big-brothers-white-soul-di.html
JONI MITCHELL : TRA LE STRADE DI BERKLEY O SUL PALCO DI WEMBLEY Di Maria Laura Giulietti
http://musicitaly70.blogspot.it/2013/05/joni-mitchell-tra-le-strade-di-berkley.html
HIPPIE WOMAN / 1
http://helaberarda.blogspot.it/2013/04/hippie-woman-1.html
COUNTRY JOE McDONALD : IL VECCHIO LEONE RUGGISCE ANCORA Di Ezio Guaitamacchi 
http://musicitaly70.blogspot.it/2013/05/country-joe-mcdonald-il-vecchio-leone.html
IL PONTE DEI SOGNI INFRANTI Di John-Paul Flintoff (The Golden Bridges Suicides)
http://mondopopolare.blogspot.it/2013/05/il-ponte-dei-sogni-infranti-di-john.html
IL RITORNO DI REBECCA FERRATTI : ZINGARA Di Alberto Tolot 
http://mondopopolare.blogspot.it/2013/06/il-ritorno-di-rebecca-ferratti-zingara.html
GRACE SLICK DEI JEFFERSON AIRPLANE AL FESTIVAL DI WOODSTOCK 1969
http://mondopopolare.blogspot.it/2013/09/grace-slick-dei-jefferson-airplane-al.html
E' MORTO A 68 ANNI ALVIN LEE : CINQUE ARTICOLI DI Romano Belletti,Enzo Caffarelli,Maurizio Baiata,Giorgio Rivieccio e Nicola Bandini 
http://musicitaly70.blogspot.it/2013/05/e-morto-68-anni-alvin-lee-cinque.html
A PIEDI NUDI NEL PARCO LAMBRO Di Rocchi,Masotti,Lelli,Fariselli
http://musicitaly70.blogspot.it/2013/05/a-piedi-nudi-nel-parco-lambro-di.html
SPECIALE SANTAMONICA ROCK FESTIVAL - L'AUTODROMO RIBOLLE ROCK
http://mondopopolare.blogspot.it/2013/05/speciale-santamonica-rock-festival-1974.html
DALLAS TAYLOR : PRIGIONIERO DI WOODSTOCK Di Aldo Pedron 
http://mondopopolare.blogspot.it/2013/06/dallas-taylor-prigioniero-di-woodstock.html
JIMI HENDRIX LIVE AT WOODSTOCK
http://helaberarda.blogspot.it/2012/04/jimi-hendrix-live-at-woodstock.html
PLASTER CASTER UNA VITA PER IL CALCO Di Manlio Benigni
http://helaberarda.blogspot.it/2012/04/plaster-caster-una-vita-per-il-calco-di.html
POLITICA ESTATICA Di Thimothy Leary
http://helaberarda.blogspot.it/2012/03/politica-estativa-di-thimothy-leary.html
LUCIFER RISING : INTERVISTA TELEFONICA CON BOBBY BEAUSOLEIL DALLA PRIGIONE DI TRACY CALIFORNIA DI Costantino Della Gheradesca e Maurizio Marsico
http://helaberarda.blogspot.it/2012/07/lucifer-rising-intervista-telefonica.html
PARLA UNA DELLE RAGAZZE DI CHARLES MANSON CHE MASSACRO' SHARON TATE Di Susan Atkins  
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