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buy books books Shocking find: Over 200,000 pieces of music by black musicians that were mostly lost or destroyed during the 1960s and 1970s are now being digitally preserved. Find out more about how some of the songs by the pioneering 1960s and 1970s groups have resurfaced in this blog. Who Killed High School Musical- the plot against America's youth, malaise in high schools, and the truth about Entertainment (PE) 12/06/2012 | 66 views | 0 comments In the mid-1960s, America was mad about music, music videos, and music concerts. High school kids wanted to be “cool” like their pop idols; they dreamed about making it big. The songs and videos were more than just entertainment. They were a window into the lifestyles of the star-struck young Americans. Every American was beginning to feel a deep sense of dissatisfaction with the conformity of American culture. The 1960s was a time of moral questioning, a time when many Americans stopped marching in lockstep with the prevailing national and local culture. The theme song of high school became “High School Musical” in 2005. After an incredible run in the pop culture business, this movie has taken off in unexpected directions. There are several ways to view this movie and its popularity. One can view it as a tragedy that was ultimately hijacked by a small group of radical activists, or one can see it as a brilliant marketing success that promoted a new subculture—the High School Subculture—that was destined to explode into a critical mass that would slowly but surely change the American popular culture. The 1960s were also a time of rapidly changing attitudes about family, sex, and music. The 1970s became known as “the lost decade,” but this was the time when many personal freedoms and “sexual revolutions” were occurring in the United States. In 1968, the Beatles released Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, considered the last great pop music album in history. Psychedelic drug experiments were also becoming more popular with a large segment of young Americans. There was a new tolerance for drugs, a new distrust of conventional authority, and a new openness to experimentation in social behavior. It was the era of the mind, the era of experimental culture. The 1960s were a time of change, of change in values, attitudes, and behaviors. The cultural history of the decade has been shaped by an