everyone please keep in mind what the 60s were like at the time. the music was a reaction to what was going on, and we should be happy that we don't have to experience the moment the United States (as well as Europe) began falling apart. right now we are just dealing with the fallout of that
Yes, I believe it is. The music of the 60's and 70's is so different from today. You listen and get so caught up in a time where bands wrote, sang, played their own music. You can't help but let it become part of you. The Beatles, Clapton, Winwood, Joplin, Hendrix, The Doors, the list goes on and on. As the music becomes part of your life you imagine what it was like to actually be there. Woodstock, Hollywood Bowl, Ed Sullivan. You talk to people who grew up in that time and you begin to understand what it was like. In a sense you relive that time while listening. You picture yourself there. And then the alarm clock goes off and you start your new day. Then sometime soon you go back to it, the longing to have belonged to such a time. And that's when the nostalgia kicks in. "a wistful or excessively sentimental yearning for return to or of some past period or ...". So yes, it's not only possible, it is real. Peace!!!
POP-ROCK HISTORY: 1965-1970. The revolution in music. Psychedelia, long hair, peace and love ... crazy youth !. A spotify list: http://playlistspotify.wordpress.com/2014/01/30/historia-del-pop-rock-1965-1970/
i was born in 90's generation, but i love the music in these eras (60's - 90's) , there were a lot of great songs existed, my friends laughed at me for what i love, but when i influenced them and they started to love it at sudden,