Hippie Hippie Shake

Hippie Hippie Shake

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As publisher of the satirical magazine "OZ" - the hippies' handbook and monument to psychedelia - Richard Neville was at the centre of a cyclone of radicals, rock musicians, artists and hustlers. "OZ" was at the forefront of the '60s underground movement, featuring articles by Germaine Greer, groundbreaking design by pop artist Martin Sharp and cartoons by Robert Crumb. When the magazine was tried for obscenity at the Old Bailey, John Lennon and Yoko Ono marched in protest and John Peel, George Melly and Edward de Bono were among its defendants. Now updated to include a chapter on the legacy of flower power a generation later, Richard Neville demythologises the 1960s in this hilarious, colorful and provocative memoir of the times.

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  • Paperback | 384 pages
  • 127 x 190.5 x 33.02mm | 453.59g
  • Gerald Duckworth & Co Ltd
  • LondonUnited Kingdom
  • English
  • 16pp integrated b/w, 8pp f/c insert, f/c endpapers
  • 0715637800
  • 9780715637807
  • 259,971

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'Utterly unputdownable' - Sunday Times. 'More dopers, visionaries, groupies, loonies, con artists and sharks than you can wave a spliff at... Hugely enjoyable' - Time Out. 'An entrancingly wicked account of the greatest decade ever' - Marie Claire. 'Fascinating, vivid, frank, foul-mouthed. Very amusing' - The Times. 'Brilliant... hilarious... a wonderfully funny account of the decade... a comic masterpiece' - Literary Review. 'The perfect sixties book... the definitive guide to the sex and drugs shebang' - Independent on Sunday.

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About Richard Neville

Richard Neville is an author, social commentator and futurist. He was publisher and editor of OZ in the UK and Australia in the 1960s and 70s. His books include "Playpower" and the international bestseller, "The Life and Crimes of Charles Sobhraj". He lives in Australia.

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