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September 16, 1989 | MIKE BOEHM, Times Staff Writer
The Vietnam war was on, and the war of words at home was as bitter as the war of bullets overseas. Social norms and traditional mores were under fire as well. A new word, counterculture , was being coined. And in popular music, as in the polarized American culture from which it sprang, the battle lines were being drawn. Tonight, in a tamer time, lines drawn firm and hard in the '60s will be retraced in Orange County.
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January 1, 1993 | MARY CAMPBELL, ASSOCIATED PRESS
When the truth is found to be lies And all the joy within you dies Don't you want somebody to love? --Jefferson Airplane, "Somebody to Love" Her voice sounded like a hurricane rushing through a tunnel. There was a fury in Grace Slick's singing, even though Jefferson Airplane loved everybody. Slick wore her attitude the way others of the psychedelic age wore a peace button. "White Rabbit" made her rock's reigning acid queen, and 25 years later, she's retired from music.
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January 1, 1993 | MARY CAMPBELL, ASSOCIATED PRESS
When the truth is found to be lies And all the joy within you dies Don't you want somebody to love? --Jefferson Airplane, "Somebody to Love" Her voice sounded like a hurricane rushing through a tunnel. There was a fury in Grace Slick's singing, even though Jefferson Airplane loved everybody. Slick wore her attitude the way others of the psychedelic age wore a peace button. "White Rabbit" made her rock's reigning acid queen, and 25 years later, she's retired from music.
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September 16, 1989 | MIKE BOEHM, Times Staff Writer
The Vietnam war was on, and the war of words at home was as bitter as the war of bullets overseas. Social norms and traditional mores were under fire as well. A new word, counterculture , was being coined. And in popular music, as in the polarized American culture from which it sprang, the battle lines were being drawn. Tonight, in a tamer time, lines drawn firm and hard in the '60s will be retraced in Orange County.
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