Book; Living the 1960s. Noeline Brown
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"If you can remember the 1960s, you weren’t really there". So goes the saying!
The sixties was a decade of safari suits, shift dresses, capri pants and droopy moustaches. Of multi-purpose French onion soup, junket, tripe and Bloody Marys. Of success on the world's sporting stage and social and political stirrings at home, as Baby Boomers and their parents began to see the world differently.
It was known as the decade of change....And it was. After the 60s the world was never the same. For those of us who lived through that era it was the music of the Beatles and the Rolling Stones and a whole lot of bands with their original music. It was fashion, love, sex, freedom and revolution.
How do you write a book about that?
Award-winning and much loved actor Noeline Brown brings back the 60s in words and pictures. From politics to the arts, music, fashion, sport and everyday life, Noeline takes us on a journey back to those days when Australia was indeed changing but then again, so was the rest of the world. This is a book about the 1960s and not so much about Noeline herself.
Full of photos that will have you remembering a different time and place, this is a great 'remember when' book.