Hippie Hippie Shake: The Dreams, The Trips, The Trials, The Love Ins, The Screw Ups, The Sixties

Hippie Hippie Shake: The Dreams, The Trips, The Trials, The Love Ins, The Screw Ups, The Sixties

Richard Neville / Dec 14, 2019

Hippie Hippie Shake The Dreams The Trips The Trials The Love Ins The Screw Ups The Sixties The perfect Sixties book the definitive guide Independent on Sunday out in paperback just in time for the major motion picture When Richard Neville arrived in London in after a six month overland

  • Title: Hippie Hippie Shake: The Dreams, The Trips, The Trials, The Love Ins, The Screw Ups, The Sixties
  • Author: Richard Neville
  • ISBN: 9780747515548
  • Page: 205
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The perfect Sixties book the definitive guide Independent on Sunday out in paperback just in time for the major motion picture When Richard Neville arrived in London in 1966 after a six month overland trek from Australia, the first thing he did was visit Bibi The famous boutique throbbed with The Animals, cash registers and scantily clad womene air was ting The perfect Sixties book the definitive guide Independent on Sunday out in paperback just in time for the major motion picture When Richard Neville arrived in London in 1966 after a six month overland trek from Australia, the first thing he did was visit Bibi The famous boutique throbbed with The Animals, cash registers and scantily clad womene air was tinged with the perfume of Arabia, and someof its hashI nearly fainted Five years later he was jailed for 15 months for publishing an obscene article, Schoolkids Oz In the intervening years, as editor of Oz, the hippies handbook and monument to psychedelia, Neville was the darling of the in crowd the liberal intellectuals, writers, fashion designers, rock musicians, artists and business people Through it all he remained amused and objective, frequently startling even his closest admirers with his unexpected views on everything from free love to the Vietnam War This classic of 60s themed literature is currently being made into a major motion picture starring Sienna Miller and Cillian Murphy.

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        In early 1967, Neville founded the London Oz with the brilliant artist Martin Sharp as graphic designer Many soon to be significant writers including Robert Hughes, Clive James, Germaine Greer, David Widgery, Alexander Cockburn and Lillian Roxon, amongst others, contributed Felix Dennis later to become one of Britain s wealthiest publishers with Dennis Publishing came on board as advertising manager.London Oz became increasingly influenced by hippie culture, and oscillated wildly between psychedelia, revolutionary political theory, idealistic dreams of a counter culture, with much discussion of drug taking thrown in Oz campaigned to legalise marijuana through various events such as the Legalise Pot Rally in Hyde Park, London, in 1968 Oz, however, was clearly against hard drugs There was also much discussion and theoretical rumination regarding feminism and the sexual revolution and by contemporary standards it often seems glaringly sexist.While Neville had a reputation for being wild and stoned, he revealed in his autobiography Hippie Hippie Shake that he was of a workaholic, obsessed with the magazine deadlines and his editorials, which often tried to make sense of all the competing philosophies that were exploding from the youthquake Neville was known as a charismatic and charming figure who had a wide circle of friends among London s intellectual and publishing elite, rock stars, socialist revolutionaries and criminals While Neville was holidaying on Ibiza, an edition of the magazine entirely produced by high school students Schoolkids Oz May 1970 was published, edited by Jim Anderson and Felix Dennis The issue depicted Rupert Bear sporting a penis 1971 and lead to the conviction of Neville, Jim Anderson and Felix Dennis The then longest obscenity trial in British history then ensued.The Oz defendants had the brilliant and eccentric barrister, author and creator of Rumpole of the Bailey, John Mortimer on their team, and Geoffrey Robertson, the now internationally renowned human rights lawyer made his debut in the trial The trial turned the Old Bailey into a circus, with a bizarre array of celebrities called on to give evidence in its favour John Lennon wrote and recorded God Save Oz and he and Yoko Ono marched the streets surrounding the Old Bailey in support of the magazine and freedom of speech London Oz ended in November 1973.In the 1990s, across a variety of media, Richard explored social responsibility for businesses in the 21st Century This led to keynote addresses at national conferences, and the essay collection Out of My Mind Penguin He also published his memoir Hippie Hippie Shake, which has been adapted as a film by Working Title The film was not released for unknown reasons Neville was also the co founder of the Australian Futures Foundation.Neville was diagnosed with early onset dementia in his mid sixties The Australian Oz magazine has been digitised by the University of Wollongong He died on 4 September 2016, at the age of 74.Yale University has acquired Neville s archive, which is now located in Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University wickipedia


    239 Comments

    1. Richard Neville, the editor of a little publication called OZ, was a key figure among the international underground of the late 1960s, those freaks, hippies, and political radicals with whom the era is so identified. I first became familiar with his activities during this time by reading his 1970 book PLAYPOWER, a fascinating journalistic chronicle of three years of social change when it seemed the old order of things would be completely done away with by young people with unquashable joie de vi [...]


    2. Loved this book, great pace, read like a who's who of the late sixties. I always have the feeling that New Zealand missed out on this era but maybe that's because I was born in the late 60s and my parents missed the boat too. I remember Germaine Greer being on the tv, burning her bra and the 2nd wave of feminisim that arrived in NZ around the mid to late 70s (or perhaps just my perception that it happened then?), but don't remember anything before that. Anyway this is a rolicking autobiography, [...]



    3. Great book covering such a manic time late 60’s early 70’s. You have to concentrate as the narrative doesn’t flow easily with lots of transient characters coming and going. Which in turn keeps it such an interesting read!


    4. This is the 3rd Neville book I've read. Playpower and the Sobrajh book I read long ago. This is a more mature book than I recall the other two being. Neville made a bit of a splash in hippie journalism in London in the 60s and 70s, publishing and editing Oz magazine. He gives us an unvarnished memoir of his boyhood in Australia in the 60s Sydney University with Germaine Greer, Clive James and Jenny Kee and on to Oz Australia and Oz UK. Neville shares his mixture of pride and embarrassment at his [...]


    5. "But the delusions of hope, if they are delusions, among radical intellectuals, are often more rewarding for society, if not for their own lives, than the realistic assessment of the evils of human nature by those who are wise in their times."Mostly froth apart from the inside view of the OZ obscenity trial which highlighted the inherent hypocrisy of the British establishment once againGood times, I miss them. And for the record the Schoolkids OZ was pretty tame


    6. This book is in sheer contrast with those of Barry Miles, who describes the sixties as a somewhat weird but gentle era as British gentlemen normally use to do. Neville writes about police brutality, raw sex, dangerous drugs, mad people. Obviously he was some kind of an arsehole himself, trying to get all the pussy he could get, to stay in line with the sexual revolution. Germaine Greer hates him. Good book.


    7. As an American reading this book, I was amazed at what goes on in a British courtroom. The trials of Oscar Wilde must have been somewhat similar (otherwise it would not be remembered over 100 years later). Needless to say, this makes Alice in Wonderland look like a serious documentary. And just when you thought American-style police brutality did not exist in Britain.


    8. A wickedly entertaining guide to the sixties - read it to reminisce or find out what you missed! Really interesting to look back now and see how the Establishment of the day dealt with the perceived threat of the hippie generation. Bring back Flower Power say I!




    9. Starts slow in Australia but picks up speed in London. The obscenity trial and the description of the British justice system are gonzo. Freedom of speech activists should take notes.



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