Flashing on the Sixties : Photographs
Author: Lisa Law
Publication date: 1987
Photographs of Woodstock, the Human Be-In, the Monterey Pop Festival, the Summer of Love, pictures of the Beatles, Bob Dylan, Janis Joplin, the Dead, and many others.
Information from 1997 edition:
The sixties -- an extraordinary era; a time of personal journeys, fiery protests, and revolutionary happenings. Through it all, Lisa Law was there with her camera, snapping pictures of now-legendary friends, concerts, and gatherings. First published in 1987, Flashing on the Sixties has become an important document of cultural history. This new edition includes even more photographs, new commentary, a foreword by Ram Dass, and intimate portraits of Bob Dylan, the Beatles, the Grateful Dead, the Velvet Underground, Janis Joplin, Allen Ginsberg, Andy Warhol, Harrison Ford, and Peter Fonda, as well as classic photographs of the Monterey Pop Festival, Woodstock, and the Human Be-In. Thirty years after the Summer of Love, this is a book of memories for those who lived the sixties, a compelling history for those who didn't, and a riveting portfolio of a time that changed a nation.
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