Category Archives: The Fugs

“The whole world is watching”

“‘The whole world is watching’ was a chant by antiwar demonstrators outside the Conrad Hilton Hotel the evening of August 28 during the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago. The event was broadcast from taped footage on the night of … Continue reading

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The Fugs First Album (1965)

“A loping, ridiculous, and scabrous release, the Fugs’ debut mashed everything from folk and beat poetry to rock and rhythm & blues — all with a casual disregard for sounding note perfect, though not without definite goals in mind. Actually … Continue reading

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