Between 1965 and 1967, the London counter-culture had a lasting impact on Western societies.
Between 1965 and 1967, the London counter-culture had a lasting impact on Western societies. The appropriation of communication tools was one of the most important objectives. Emblematic figures of this counterculture, Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys and Paul McCartney of the Beatles, each on their side of the Atlantic, married pop and experiments while pushing the boundaries of the music industry. And the public followed. This “magic interlude” marked for a time the compatibility between avant-garde, mass media and popular expression.
Federation Wallonie Brussel
François Ducat en Guy-Marc Hinant
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