Dette emne er markeret som "i hvile"—det seneste indlæg er mere end 90 dage gammel. Du kan vække emnet til live ved at poste et indlæg.
In the streets, to earn money, they strummed and sang songs by The Rolling Stones and Crosby, Stills & Nash, joined often by the locals. For five months they crossed the country without staying in a motel, winding up in San Francisco, where they saw Jefferson Airplane in concert before returning to Paris.
Aubert later said that the journey was an initiation. He had taken the risk and he had had a vision—to write rock songs in French, which no one had done. The poetry of the voyage was his inspiration. And he had read Jack Kerouac’s On the Road...
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everybody was hitchhiking across everywhere by the early 70's, all of us carrying guitars and chessboards and reading everything by every beat author and more.
i wish i could remember half of it.
Jack had something to do with it too.