Harvey Kubernik con 1967: A Complete Rock Music History of the Summer of Love
In 1967, tens of thousands of young people streamed into San Francisco, kicking off a social transformation that shook the world. In this book, Harvey Kubernik embarks on an insider's musical exploration of the Summer of Love. The main narrative is multi-voiced, based on a treasure trove of exclusive interviews with 1967's significant scene-makers and musicians by Kubernik - who knows them all.
"Packed with new interviews with principals like Carlos Santana, Michelle Phillips and Roger McGuinn,  gives month-by-month accounts of the scenes in London, San Francisco, New York, and even Australia, where the Bee Gees were scoring their first hits. The result breathes new life into a wide-open cultural moment."--Rolling Stone
Harvey Kubernik, a lifelong resident of Southern California, is a veteran music journalist, as well as a record producer and noted documentary film and radio interview subject and a former West Coast director of A&R for MCA Records. He lives in Los Angeles.