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 Ray's Rants: Defining Who We Were...And Perhaps What We Still Are

ArtBy Ray Lemire
WNBX1480AM

This isn't a rant. It is one person's attempt to illustrate the highlights of what has been called both the decade of love and the decade of turbulance.

This one has been a labor of love.
It has taken countless hours of checking and rechecking sources, but in my mind (and I hope yours), it has been worth it.
This is no quick glance at 1960-1969...It is long, very long. Some events you will recall, others may have slipped away from your memory. You may not understand why I even attempted this, but hopefully, it will make you think about what happened back then, and why so much of it is important today.

A Timeline of The Sixties, featuring the key musical moments of that decade, plus the events that shaped our world....then and now




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1960
January - Bob Dylan, age 19, plays at the Wha in Greenwich Village and visits Woody Guthrie

Singer/songwriter Jesse Belvin dies in a car crash following a concert in February. Two months later Eddie Cochran dies at 21 in a car crash while on tour in England with Gene Vincent

March - The Shirelles launch the girl group era with "Will You Love Me Tomorrow" which manages to get sex back into songs under the veil of innocence

March - Elvis Presley is discharged from the Army and immediately scores a series of hit singles and albums upon his return

July - Sidney Cohen's survey of 5,000 individuals who had taken LSD 25,000 times concludes it is safe

Nov 9 - Brian Epstein first sees the Beatles

Dec - Birth Control Pills go on sale in the US

1961
Feb 18 - Bertrand Russell, 89, leads march of 20,000 & sit-down of 5,000 anti-nuke outside U.K. Defense Ministry and is jailed for 7 days

Rock's second era begins in earnest with the debut of Del Shannon's "Runaway" which is the first pure unadorned and uptempo rocker to hit #1 on the Pop Charts in almost a year. The song also introduces the "musitron", an early form of the synthesizer

Apr 11 - Bob Dylan's first billed performance at Gerde's Folk City

May 28 - Amnesty International Founded

June - Frat Rock" begins to show up with Gary "US" Bonds hit "Quarter To Three" with its emphasis on a frenzied atmosphere rather than on intricate production

July - Ban The Bomb Demonstrations start worldwide

Sept 15 - U.S. starts underground nuclear testing

Oct - The Marvelettes "Please Mr. Postman" becomes the first #1 Pop hit released on a black owned and operated label - Motown

Oct 6 - President Kennedy advises Americans to build fallout shelters

1962
Feb 16 - Boston SANE & fledgling SDS hold first anti-nuclear march on Washington with 4000-8000 protesters

Apr 25 - U.S. resumes atmospheric nuclear testing after 3 year moratorium

May - Ray Charles successfully melds country music with soul and crosses into the pop realm with the album "Modern Sounds In Country & Western Music"

Aug - The surf music craze, begun by instrumentalists in the previous few years, adds vocals when the Beach Boys score their first hit "Surfin' Safari"

Sept - Southern soul has its first major hit with the instrumental "Green Onions" by Booker T. & The MG's

Sept - The Four Seasons vocal harmonies explode on the scene with three consecutive #1 hits in the waning months of the year

Sept - Timothy Leary founds International Foundation for Internal Freedom (IFIF) to promote LSD research & publish The Psychedelic Review.

Oct 22 - Cuban Missile Crisis - Soviet missile bases in Cuba, Kennedy orders naval blockade

Nov - The pacific-northwest becomes a hotbed for "garage bands" such as The Sonics, The Kingsmen and The Wailers, which signals a more rebellious youthful aesthetic coming back to rock

1963
The “Girl Group” sound explodes as Phil Spector becomes the dominant producer in rock, churning out hits by the Ronettes, Crystals and Darlene Love, while others such as Lesley Gore and The Chiffons top the charts as well

Motown leads a revitalization of R&B with huge successes by Martha & The Vandellas, The Miracles, Mary Wells, Marvin Gaye and the first hit by the 12 year old genius named "Little" Stevie Wonder

Jan - Alabama Gov. Wallace's "Segregation Forever" speech at inauguration

March - Wolfman Jack begins broadcasting via a half million watt radio station, XERF out of Mexico. The powerful "border radio" stations are famous for their wild on-air activities and powerful broadcast signals that allow them to be heard across the entire North American continent, making Wolfman Jack the most famous rock 'n' roll DJ in the world

July - Newport Folk Festival July 26-28, includes Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, Phil Ochs and Pete Seeger

Aug 5 - First Nuclear Test Ban Treaty signed

Aug - Early records by The Beatles fail to make an impact in America when they are released by various companies who note the limited interest and decline to pick up their distribution option

Oct 13 – The Beatles appear on TV at The London Palladium. 15 million get to see them perform "She Loves You" and "Twist and Shout". It marks the official start of “Beatlemania”

Nov 22 - JFK Assassinated in Dallas, Texas, LBJ sworn in

Nov 22 - Aldous Huxley dies while tripping on LSD (intentionally!)

Nov 24 - LBJ escalates the Vietnam War

Nov 29 - Beatles "I Want to Hold Your Hand" released

1964
Jan - Rock 'n' roll has its first major shakeup in nearly a decade when in late January, "I Want To Hold Your Hand" by The Beatles tops the US Pop charts

Feb 7 - Beatles arrive in New York to 10,000 screaming fans

Feb 9 - Beatles first appear on Ed Sullivan Show, 74 million people watch, the largest audience in the history of television

March - Bands from England flood American shores with the Merseybeat sound overtaking the airwaves through June, resulting in the term "The British Invasion"

Apr 23 - Beatles at the Hollywood Bowl

June - The next wave of the British Invasion featuring groups based in blues and R&B, such as the Rolling Stones, Kinks and Animals arrive, and their raunchier style quickly makes the more restrained pop-sounding Merseybeat bands obsolete (with the sole exception of The Beatles)

Aug - The second musical explosion of the year happens when Motown strikes back with its biggest hits to date by the Temptations, Four Tops and its newest group, The Supremes, who score three #1's in the final five months of the year

Aug - Beatles first U.S. tour: 25 North American cities

Aug 4 - Three missing civil rights workers found dead in Mississippi

Aug 11 - Beatles' A Hard Day's Night movie released

Nov 3 – Lyndon Johnson is reelected president in a landslide over Barry Goldwater. Johnson wins 486-52 in the electoral vote

Dec 10 - Sam Cooke, soul music's biggest star, is shot and killed by a woman at a hotel. It is rock music's most publicized casualty since Buddy Holly's death in early 1959

1965
Time Magazine calls young people the "generation of conformists"

Jan 20 - Alan Freed, who coined the term "rock 'n' roll" and introduced it to white America a decade earlier, dies broke and forgotten at age 44 of alcoholism

Feb 8 - U.S. starts bombing North Vietnam

Feb 18 - Sect. of Defense Robert McNamara calls for nationwide network of bomb shelters

Feb 21 - Malcolm X shot and killed

Mar 6 - First American soldier officially sets foot on Vietnam battlefields

Mar 16 - Quaker Alice Herz, 82, immolates self in Detroit in protest of the Vietnam war

March - The civil rights battles in America are exemplified by "People Get Ready" by the Impressions

Mar 24 - SDS organizes first Vietnam War teach-in at Univ. of Michigan---3000 show up

Apr - 25,000 U.S. troops stationed in Vietnam

Apr 2 - Ken Kesey busted for marijuana first time

Apr 17 - SDS leads first anti-Vietwar march in Washington. 25,000 attend including Phil Ochs, Joan Baez and Judy Collins

May 14 - “Boss of the Bay,” KYA presents the Rolling Stones, the Byrds, Beau Brummels and Paul Revere and the Raiders at Civic Auditorium.

June – “Folk Rock” is ushered in by The Byrds doing a cover of "Mr. Tambourine Man", which helps introduce its author Bob Dylan to a wider audience

July 10 - Rolling Stones' I Can't Get No Satisfaction hits #1

July 24 - Bob Dylan's ‘Like A Rolling Stone’ enters charts

July 25 - Dylan plugs in at Newport Folk Festival and is booed off the stage

Aug - James Brown makes a startling and abrupt shift from pure soul to a rhythm-based new invention of his own making called "funk" with the hits "Papa's Got A Brand New Bag" and "I Got You"

Aug - Ken Kesey meets Hunter Thompson who introduces the Hells Angels to the Merry Pranksters

Aug 11 - Major race riot (6 days) in Watts, leaves 35 dead. Martha & The Vandellas "Dancing In Streets" from 1964, is used as a rallying cry, and Los Angeles DJ, The Magnificent Montague's slogan, "Burn Baby Burn" takes on new meaning as the community goes up in flames

Aug 13 - The Matrix, San Francisco’s first folk night club, opened at 3138 Fillmore in the Marina District. New band called “The Jefferson Airplane“ perform

Aug 13 - National Guard enters Watts riots in L.A.

Aug 14 - Sonny and Cher release "I Got You Babe"

Aug 31 - Burning draft cards becomes illegal

Sept 5 - San Francisco writer Michael Fallon applies the term "hippie" to the SF counterculture in an article about the Blue Unicorn coffeehouse, where LEMAR (Legalize Marijuana) & the Sexual Freedom League meet

Sept 25 - “Eve of Destruction”, sung by Barry McGuire, is at the top of the charts

Oct 16 - 100,000 anti-war protesters nationwide in 80 cities

Nov 22 - Bob Dylan marries Sarah Lowndes and moves to Woodstock, N.Y.

Dec 10 – The Warlocks become “The Grateful Dead,” and debut with the new name at the Fillmore Auditorium

Dec 25 - Timothy Leary busted for pot at the Mexican border

1966
Jan 3 - The Psychedelic Shop head shop opens on Haight Street, S.F.

Jan 17 - B52 collides, drops 4 10-megaton H bombs on Spain, none explode. Cover-up follows

Jan 21 - First light show, Grateful Dead, 10,000 people in S.F.

Feb 19 - Jefferson Airplane and Big Brother and the Holding Company with Janis Joplin perform at the Fillmore

Mar 11 - Timothy Leary sentenced in Texas to 30 years for trying to cross into Mexico with a small amount of marijuana

March 19 – A strange booking indeed. Big Brother and the Holding Company appear at the Fire House. Sgt. Barry Sadler, who was to entertain, did not attend

Mar 25 - Anti-Vietnam war protests in NY bring out 25,000 on 5th Ave. Other protests in 7 US cities and 7 foreign cities

Apr - FBI releases file on LSD, drug gets bad press

Apr 12 - NY Stock Exchange hit with anti-war leaflets

Apr 16 - Timothy Leary busted by G. Gordon Liddy & FBI for possession of marijuana

April - Psychedelic rock music begins its meteoric climb as the Byrds "Eight Miles High and The Count Five's "Psychotic Reaction" bring the avant garde sound to the world

May 15 - Antiwar demonstration in D.C., 10,000 attend

June - Riots break out on the Sunset Strip in Los Angeles where rock 'n' roll club patrons and authorities clash. The event inspires the song, “For What It’s Worth”

July 29 - Bob Dylan is seriously injured in a motorcycle accident

Aug 5 – John Lennon says Beatles are more popular than Jesus

Aug 29 - The Beatles perform their final live concert at Candlestick Park in San Francisco

Sept - George Harrison goes to India for 6 weeks to study sitar with Ravi Shankar

Sept – The Beach Boys’ “Good Vibrations”, a completely different sound from their surfing music, shakes up the rock community. Paul McCartney sees it as a challenge to The Beatles

Sept - Rock 'n' roll proves too popular for mainstream television not to take advantage of and so a show based on a rock band called "The Monkees" debuts in the fall to high ratings. Debate rages over their qualifications as a real group despite the fact their first record hit #1 before the show was even on the air

Sept - Timothy Leary holds press conference at NY Advertising Club, announcing formation of a psychedelic religion - League for Spiritual Discovery ("Like every great religion of the past we seek to find the divinity within and to express this revelation in a life of glorification and the worship of God. These ancient goals we define in the metaphor of the present—turn on, tune in, drop out”)

Nov 5 - Walk for Love and Peace and Freedom: 10,000 + in New York City

Nov 8 – In the race for California Governor, Ronald Reagan defeats incumbent Gov. Edmund G. Brown by almost one million votes

Dec - Cream's first album, “Fresh Cream” is released

1967
Rock music becomes the counter-culture seal of approval as psychedelia hits and San Francisco becomes the focal point of the new rock era with groups such as Jefferson Airplane, Big Brother & The Holding Company and The Grateful Dead entering into the mainstream

Jan 14 - Gathering of the Tribes, First Human Be-In, 20,000, S.F.

Feb - 25,000 US troops sent to Cambodian border

Feb - Beatles release "Strawberry Fields Forever"

Mar - Scientists report LSD causes chromosome damage

Mar - The Berkeley Barb starts the smokable banana rumor (based upon Donovan's song "Mellow Yellow")

Mar 3 - Alice B. Toklas dies

Apr 10 - Vietnam Week starts. Draft card burnings and anti-draft demonstrations

Apr 15 - Anti-Vietnam War protest. 400,000 march from Central Park to UN. Speeches by Martin Luther King, Stokely Carmichael and Dr. Benjamin Spock

May - Paul McCartney announces that all the Beatles have "dropped acid."

May 20 - Flower Power Day in NYC 1967

June 2 – “Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band” album by the Beatles is released. It becomes a cultural benchmark and wins the Grammy for "Album Of The Year", the first rock record given that award

June 16-18 - The Summer Of Love kicks off with the first rock festival at Monterey, California featuring explosive performances by The Who, Otis Redding and the American debut of the Jimi Hendrix Experience

June 21 - Summer Solstice Party in Golden Gate Park

June 25 - Beatles sing "All You Need Is Love" on TV

June 30 - 448,400 US troops now in Vietnam

July - The Summer of Love in San Francisco

July - Summer of Rioting in the US. Blacks take to the streets in Chicago, Brooklyn, Cleveland and Baltimore

July 21 - The Doors first album hits #2 and its lead single "Light My Fire" reaches #1, making it the most successful debuts of the late 60's

Aug 26 - Jimi Hendrix's "Are You Experienced" hits the charts

Aug 27 - Beatles in India with Maharishi where they are informed of manager Brian Epstein's death

Oct 3 - Woody Guthrie dies

Oct 8 - Che Guevarra killed in Bolivia by US-trained troops

Oct 12 - Big Brother and the Holding Company's "Cheap Thrills" with Janis Joplin at top of LP charts

Oct 20 - Seven KKK members convicted of conspiracy in 1964 murders of three civil rights worker

Oct 21-22 - Anti-war protesters storm the Pentagon

Dec - 486,000 American troops in Vietnam, of the 15,000 killed to date, 60% died in 1967

Dec - "Stop the Draft" movement organized by 40 antiwar groups, nationwide protests ensue

Dec 5 - 1000 antiwar protesters try to close NYC induction center. 585 arrested including Allen Ginsberg and Dr. Benjamin Spock

Dec 10 - Otis Redding dies in a plane crash, just 3 days after recording what would be his biggest hit, "Dock Of The Bay". He was just 26 years old.

1968
Jan 16 - Youth International Party (Yippies) founded

Feb - Beatles go to India to visit Maharishi Mahesh Yogi at Rishikesh on the Ganges River

Feb 8 - George Wallace announce candidacy for President on law and order platform

Mar 12 - Eugene McCarthy wins 42% of New Hampshire vote in presidential primary

Mar 16 - My Lai massacre 200 - 500 Vietnamese villagers killed

Mar 16 - Robert F. Kennedy announces candidacy for President

Mar 31 - LBJ announces decision not to run again and offers partial Vietnam bombing halt

Apr 4 - Martin Luther King shot and killed in Memphis. The week following King's murder sees black uprisings in 125 cities across the U.S.

Apr 6 - Oakland Police ambush Black Panthers. Eldridge Cleaver arrested with a bullet-shattered leg. Bobby Hutton shot and killed

Apr 8 - Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs established (DEA)

Apr 11 - Major call-up of reserves for duty in Vietnam

Apr 14 - Love-in at Malibu Canyon, Calif

Apr 15 - Start of Spring Mobilization against the Vietnam war

Apr 23 - SDS lead students take over 5 buildings at Colombia Univ for a week. 700 arrested

Apr 29 - The rock musical HAIR opened on Broadway at the Biltmore Theater

May - Soul music has its biggest year ever with all 20 R&B #1 hits that year falling into the "soul" category as the music takes on a greater overall prominence in society following the assassination of Civil Rights leader Martin Luther King

May 10 - Vietnam peace talks begin in Paris

June 5 - Bobby Kennedy assassinated by Sirhan Sirhan, just moments after winning California primary

June 14 - Dr. Benjamin Spock convicted of conspiracy to aid draft evasion

June - Motown responds to the growing influence of deeper soul and the psychedelic soul of Sly and The Family Stone by pushing its own artists towards a less pop-friendly style, resulting in major hits by Marvin Gaye and The Temptations

June - The term "heavy metal" first appears in the Steppenwolf song "Born To Be Wild"

July 1 - Nuclear nonproliferation treaty signed by 61 nations

Aug 1 - 541,000 U.S. Troops in Vietnam

Aug 8 – Richard Nixon and Spiro Agnew nominated at the Republican Convention during Miami riots

Aug 20 - Soviets invade Czechoslovakia

August 25-29 - Democratic Convention in Chicago demonstrations & police riot 10,000 +/- demonstrators vs. 11,000 Chicago police; 6,000 National Guard; 7,500 U.S. army troops; and 1,000 FBI, CIA & other services agents

Aug 28 – Hubert Humphrey and Edmund Muskie nominated amid violent antiwar protests in Chicago. Bystanders and press also beaten by police

Sept - Turbulence within the Beatles doesn't hurt their appeal as they score their biggest single ever, "Hey Jude", and use their creative differences to their advantage by releasing a double LP comprised of each members individual contributions that comes to be known as "The White Album"

Nov 5 – Richard Nixon is elected President, defeating Hubert Humphrey by only seven-tenths of a percentage point. Nixon claims 301 electoral votes to Humphrey’s 191. Independent candidate George Wallace receives 46

Nov - After defining the harder blues based rock "super-group", Cream gives its final performance at the Royal Albert Hall in England and breaks up shortly thereafter

Dec 3 - After spending most of the decade wallowing in lackluster film projects, Elvis Presley returns to prominence in a highly rated television show later dubbed "The '68 Comeback Special" in which, dressed completely in leather, he performs his old hits in explosive fashion. The sit-down segment of the show is later used as the prototype for MTV's "Unplugged" series

1969
Jan 12 – Hard rock fully emerges from the experimentation's of the past few years as Led Zeppelin releases their first album

Jan 28 - Santa Barbara, Ca. oil well blowout

Jan 29 - The Beatles perform in public for the final time as a group in an impromptu rooftop jam session in England

Feb 13 - 33 students arrested at Administration building sit-in at Univ of Mass

Feb 18 - Students seize building and boycott started at Howard University

Feb 24 - Students occupy Administration building at Penn State

Feb 27 - Police charge student picket lines, club and arrest two Chicano leaders at U.C. Berkeley

Feb 27 - Thousands rampage thru nine buildings at U of Wisconsin, Madison over black enrollments

March - The Doors lead singer Jim Morrison is arrested for indecent exposure during a concert in Miami

Mar 20 - James Earl Ray sentenced to 99 years for murder of Martin Luther King Jr.

Apr - 543,000 US troops now in Vietnam

Apr 4 - Smothers Brothers Show canceled because it is too controversial

Apr 9 - 300 Harvard students led by SDS seize University Hall and evict eight deans

Apr 23 - Sirhan Sirhan sentenced to death for murder of Bobby Kennedy

Apr 24 - U.S. B-52s launch biggest attack on North Vietnam. Protests in 40 cities

May - The Who release "Tommy", the first widely successful "rock-opera"

May 15 - Hippies in People's Park in Berkeley attacked by police and Nat'l Guard

July - Stephen Gaskin starts The Farm Commune in Tennessee.

July 3 - Brian Jones, just weeks after leaving The Rolling Stones, dies

July 14 – “Easy Rider” premieres

July 20 - Men walk on the Moon

August – The Beatles record their final album

Aug 9-10 - Sharon Tate & LaBiancas found murdered by Charles Manson and his followers

August 15 - 17 Woodstock Festival 500,000 people gathered for three days of music and peace that changed the world. Four short months later, the peace would be broken.

Aug 26 - FBI reports 98% increase in marijuana arrests from 1966 - 1968

Sept – With “Suspicious Minds”, Elvis Presley scores his 18th, and final, #1 Pop Hit of his career

Sept 3 - Ho Chi Min, leader of North Vietnam, dies

Sept 24 - Chicago Eight trial begins. Tom Hayden, Abbie Hoffman, Jerry Rubin and others are charged with conspiracy to incite riots

Oct 8-11 - The Weatherman "Days of Rage"

Oct 15 - Peace Day. 500,000 protesters nationwide. First Vietnam Moratorium

Oct 21 - Jack Kerouac, beat author of "On the Road" dies

Oct 22 – Led Zeppelin releases their second album. Featuring songs such as “Whole Lotta Love”, “Heartbreaker” and “Ramble On”, it becomes one of the best selling albums of the year

Oct 30 - Supreme Court orders desegregation nationwide

Nov 15 - 500,000 + march in Wash. DC for peace. Largest antiwar rally in U.S. history. Speakers: McCarthy, McGovern, Coretta King, Dick Gregory, Leonard Bernstein. Singers: Arlo Guthrie, Pete Seeger, Peter, Paul, & Mary, John Denver, Mitch Miller, touring cast of Hair

Nov 24 - Lt. William Calley charged with murdering 102 So. Vietnamese civilians at My Lai

Nov 25 - President Nixon orders all US germ warfare stockpiles destroyed

Dec - Over 100,000 US troops dead or injured in Vietnam

Dec 1 - First draft lottery since W.W.II held in NYC

Dec 8 - Raid on Black Panther headquarters in LA - four hour shoot-out

Dec 6 - Rolling Stones "Altamont" concert erupts in violence, one spectator killed. The “peaceful sixties” end with an act of violence

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Ray Lemire has over 15 years in the radio business. After broadcasting over 1,000 high school games for several Vermont and New Hampshire radio stations, he decided it was time to 'come back home' to Springfield so he could pretend to be a DJ. You can hear him sing twice an hour during the 'Heather & Ray Show' weekdays from 6:00-9:00 on WNBX 1480 AM.

You can read more of Ray's Rants by clicking on the Ray's Rants icon on the WNBX Home Page.

Check out the WNBX site at: http://www.wnbx1480.com/index.php



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Re: Ray's Rants: Defining Who We Were...And Perhaps What We Still Are (Score: 1)
by Blue1moon on Sunday, October 02 @ 20:28:00 EDT
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A labor of love, indeed! Thanks. A real trip down memory lane!

Hope to see more of your stuff on AlienLove.



Re: Ray's Rants: Defining Who We Were...And Perhaps What We Still Are (Score: 1)
by peta on Monday, October 03 @ 15:42:47 EDT
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Fabulous reminder of what was going on in my childhood, most of it I know of, but not the details... I always wanted to be a hippy - but I was born too late.. thank you very much for that.. one love peta x






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