Free Speech * De Gedachten zijn Vrij: Tonite, Let’s All Make Love in London [Mon. 22, Tue. 23 & Wed. 24 June, 2015-24]
TONITE, LET’S ALL MAKE LOVE IN LONDON
Radio 68 plays the entire soundtrack to Peter Whitehead’s “Tonite, Let’s All Make Love In London”: the expanded version released by See For Miles Records. Some footage was shot at the “14 Hour Technicolour Dream”. In response to a police raid in March 1967 on the “International Times” offices, John “Hoppy” Hopkins (who passed away aged 77 on 30 Jan. 2015) mounted the “14 Hour Technicolor Dream”, a fundraising concert at Alexandra Palace. Peter Whitehead’s film of the event, Tonite Let’s All Make Love in London (1967), shows a dazed John Lennon wandering in the huge crowd, transfixed by Yoko Ono cutting a paper dress off a girl as Pink Floyd greet the the north London sunrise.
Rare performances appearances, interviews: by Pink Foyd, Vashti, Mick Jagger, Vanessa Redgrave, Michael Caine, Alan Ginsberg, Julie Christie, Andrew Loog Oldham, David Hockney, The Small Faces, Twice As Much, The Marquess of Kensington, etc.… Read more...