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The 50th Anniversary of the Monterey Pop Festival was this past weekend.

Monterey was the first multi-cultural concert, with both established and new acts.
It was the first racially mixed, primarily white, audience for Otis Redding- who became a Pop Sensation as a result.
But most importantly, all these disparate artists got to MEET each other.
And they got the feeling that something big was about to happen to Popular Music.
The times they were a-changin’!
And The Who really did smash their instruments...and Jimi Hendrix was watching!
Must have been nice to be there that weekend.
Here are the links to Saturday and Sunday Nights with Nice Weather, Colorful Clothing and Especially That Music, at Mike Pell Rockollections:
At Podomatic:

At Soundcloud:


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Comment by Mike Pell on June 27, 2017 at 12:47pm

Man love those cultural references that sometimes go over my head.

Never saw Pretty In Pink.

But I am, lol!

It's Fyre Festival cause it's like burning money!

Comment by Jon on June 27, 2017 at 2:30am

Duckie from Pretty In Pink. Check it out. 

I read somewhere that there will be another Fyre festival?

Comment by Mike Pell on June 26, 2017 at 2:11pm

I cannot divulge the Secrets Of Hippiedom!
The Airplane did run through them, I had more songs by them, including Fred Neil’s The Other Side Of This Life, but not enough time.
They were very close to Neil from Village Days, and reference him many times in songs.
Who’s Duckie? You? I’ll bet it is!
Hahahahaha, the Fyre Festival.
Imagine waiting eagerly for the next one of those, lol?
Thanks for the listen & writing,

Comment by Jon on June 20, 2017 at 3:53am

You're going to do some hippy things during the break?

Please, tell me more.

Boy, Jefferson Airplane flew thru those songs, didn't they?

Duckie likes Otis.

Hey, at least this wasn't the Fyre Festival, amiright??????

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