Details zu Grateful Dead,Hare Krishna,Janis Joplin,Concert Poster,1967,Al
05. Mrz. 2013 14:23:22 MEZ
Berkeley, California, Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika
Offered for sale is an original first printing concert poster for a performance by the Swami Bhaktivedanta, Allen Ginsburg, Grateful Dead, Big Brother &HC, and Moby Grape held 1/29/67 at the Avalon Ballroom (San Francisco, CA), which features fantastic artwork, and is promintently featured in the Art of Rock book (see bio info below). The poster measures 19.75 x 13", is in "EXCELLENT" condition (8 / 10 Scale; gorgeous copy; flat; clean; brite colors; near pristine condition save for a few minor corner dings; very suitable for framing and display), and is offered for $299.99 with FREE shipping/handling, and is the only example of it's kind you'll find offered for sale on eBay! Overseas bidders please add for additional S/H costs, and CA State Residents please add 9% sales tax. Thanks for visiting my auction listing, and feel free to contact me with further questions or comments! additional note: handbill is in pristine condition!
Hare Krishna in popular culture
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 In music
 Beatles influence
 Straight Edge subculture
In the 1980s, several bands and individuals from the punk-related straight edge subculture took interest in the Hare Krishna doctrines, leading to a number of prominent straight edgers becoming official members of the movement. Due to the influence of a Hare Krishna named Larry Pugliese, Krishna Consciousness found its way into the New York hardcore scene in the mid 1980s and became known as Krishnacore. Pugliese established a house in nearby northern New Jersey for fellow devotees to live in, and sponsored free food distribution (in Tompkins Square Park) and clothing drives as well as concerts for the punks and skinheads hanging out in what was then a rough and tough Lower East Side.
Early devotees included John Joseph and Harley Flanagan of the band Cro-Mags, Ray Cappo of Youth of Today, and Vic DiCara, former guitarist for Los Angeles band Inside Out, who established quite possibly the most famous of all of the newly dubbed bands, namely 108. Krishnacore bands sing about Krishna and Krishna Consciousness the same way that a Christian band would sing about Jesus. Other notable Hare Krishna punk and hardcore musicians include: Shelter, Cro-Mags, Run Devil Run, Request Denied, Poly Styrene and Lora Logic of X-Ray Spex. In 2011,Sir Ivan released a single named "Hare Krishna".
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