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V.A. - 1969 - Revolution OST


Revolution, an interesting quasi-documentary on the hippie experience in San Francisco, presents a day in the life of Today Malone, an attractive blond hippie. As with many of such films from the era, we're treated to lengthy pro- and anti-hippie banter, hallucination scenes, free-love themed nudity and excellent music. (IMDB) Jack O'Connell produced and directed this patchwork portrait of the hippie scene in 1967. The best parts are the rock band live performance sequences, although some of these clips were staged to appear as though they were filmed at ballroom dance concerts. Which is similar to what other films and TV shows at the time tended to do, rather than film an regularly scheduled club or ballroom dance concert with all the craziness of a real gig in full swing.(IMDB)

01 - Mother Earth - Revolution
02 - Quicksilver Messenger Service - Co'dine
03 - Steve Miller Band - Superbyrd
04 - Steve Miller Band - Your Old Lady
05 - Quicksilver Mess Service - Babe I'm Gonna Leave You
06 - Mother Earth - Without Love (There Is Nothing)
07 - Steve Miller Band - Mercury Blues
08 - Mother Earth - Stranger In My Own Home Town

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