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Issue #4: Back to the Sixties!

The Hypercritic Weekly Newsletter
Dear Hypercritics,
This week we’d like to make you travel through time: we are taking you to the Sixties!🌕
The years of Martin Luther King Jr. and John Fitzgerald Kennedy. Also known as the Swinging Sixties, this decade has seen the taboos’ breakdown and sexual liberation, but it also questioned relationships and their balance. It was the time when blues songs told love stories.
Ready?! Let’s go! 🚀

Two portraits of American History
#Watch Selma | Drawing out the essence of Martin Luther King Jr.
Primary | An intimate portrait of J.F.K.
Swinging Sixties in London
#Read Larkin's Annus Mirabilis sings of the 1960s sexual revolution
Relationships balance in the Prague Spring
The Unbearable Lightness of Being exposes love’s dynamics
Dancing blues at Newport Jazz Festival
At Newport 1960 is a blues fresco impossible to resist
Muddy Waters - Rolling Stone (Catfish Blues) (Live)
Muddy Waters - Rolling Stone (Catfish Blues) (Live)
With Muddy Waters’ groove, we are back to 2021!
We wish you a lovely weekend,
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