A SPIRIT OF CHANGE COUPLED WITH A WAVE OF OPTIMISM…A VERY HEADY MIX.
'You Say You Want A Revolution…'
Cuban Missile Crisis | Great Train Robbery | South Pacific | Mods and Rockers | My Fair Lady | Mini Skirt | Psycho | Radio Luxembourg | Saturday Night and Sunday Morning | The Pill | 'Lady Chatterley's Lover' | ‘Profumo’ Scandal | Credit cards | Carnaby Street | Transistor Radio | The Sound of Music | Stereo | Assassination of President John F. Kennedy | Oliver! | Beyond the Fringe | Vietnam War | 'Beatlemania' | Michael Caine | Telstar | Fender Stratocaster | The Avengers | Civil Rights March | Avant-Garde | ‘She Loves You’ | Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? | David Bailey | LSD | 'A Love Supreme' | Star Trek | From Russia With Love | Peter Max | Vidal Sassoon | Race Relations Act | Bob Dylan | Bonnie and Clyde | Peter Sellers | Lawrence of Arabia | Tamla-Motown | Vox | Marshall McLuhan | Terence Stamp | Pop Art | Dr Strangelove | Beach Boys | Mary Quant | Breakfast At Tiffany's | Abortion | That Was The Week That Was | Twiggy | La Dolce Vita | Sit-Ins | Jack Kerouac | 'To Kill A Mockingbird' | The Kinks | Feminism | ‘Swinging London’ | Len Deighton | Sidney Poitier | The Doors | Midnight Cowboy | Grateful Dead | Easy Rider | Jean-Luc Godard |The Graduate | David Hockney | Rolling Stones | In the Heat of the Night | Concorde | Ready Steady Go! | 'The Spy Who Came in from the Cold' | Women’s Liberation | 'In A Silent Way' | Assassination of Martin Luther King | 2001: A Space Odyssey | Existentialism | Andy Warhol | Ken Kesey | The Who | Muhammad Ali | A Man for All Seasons | Rosemary's Baby | Neil Armstrong | Pirate Radio | Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy | Blow Up | Hippies | Monty Python's Flying Circus | Kurt Vonnegut | François Truffaut | 'Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band'
The 'Times' they were a'changing and they could do nothing but help shape the events depicted in The One After 9:09.
Not everyone could put words to it, at the time, but most every single teenager or young adult felt that change was in the air…and that it could only be a force for good and a change for the better.
NB: This list is but a sampling of The Sixties and is no way definitive—it's intended merely as a catalyst to further inquiry and reading. Rock on.