I so hope these links keep working. They are the ones I promise in the Appendix of the book.
This first one is this look at the archeology and history of the Walton Basin.
Here is the Procol Harum story, in three episodes
Here are a few magazine archives –
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And here is the hippie internet, The Whole Earth Catalog
This is the link to the Royal College of Psychiatrists on the dangers of cannabis
And this to the Cannabis Law Reform Group
Here’s some useful information about squatting
and here’s some information on why you should: ‘on the poverty of student life’
You can still listen to Radio Caroline
learn ecstatic dance
throw the I Ching
and visit Scott and Helen Nearing’s Good Life Center in Maine
(though it might be easier to get to the Centre for Alternative Technology, just on the other side of the Great Green Desert from us)
This is a joyous film of the Last Barsham Faire, from 1976
And then, six months later, the Pistols with Bill Grundy
Here are two clips showing a little of the violence and intimidation that the Freaks and their allies were subjected to under Tory rule in the 1980’s, first Greenham – a differnt link from that published in the book, which is already broken
And this is Beanfield.
Freak up your utilities with Ecotricity…
… and the Phone Co-Op!
Demand that all water companies be governed like Dwr Cymru!
Now football can be Freaky too
Who can resist these two old scamps? Yes, it’s no-longer-extant hippie festival turn Your Dad at the Glastonbury Frost Fair on the Melodrome Stage in 2012. The stage was painted by Panit, who seems to be talking over me.
This should get you onto the Hero for High Times Spotify playlist that I put together