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Everyone did it... for the sheer love of it. See more »

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23 October 1971 (Venezuela)  »

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Celebração em Big Sur  »

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Featured in Flashing on the Sixties: A Tribal Document (1990) See more »

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Get Together
Written by Chet Powers
Performed by John Sebastian, Stephen Stills, Graham Nash, David Crosby and Joni Mitchell
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Music Festival Film with Folk and R and R stars.
27 February 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is the film to see if you want to open a time capsule of the sixties in California. Although it has been knocked on film quality, it doesn't matter because the viewer finds themselves transported to an event overflowing with love and beauty. Yes, arguments and fisticuffs were a minor distraction, but the wish for a better life generated ed by the crowd created a bubble of light that repelled negativity like a force-field. The sense of being there is unparalleled. The film can be appreciated even more today witness the reactions to a recent screening at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood. This is one of a kind in documenting the positive aspects of the counter-culture movement.


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