Revolution Summer refers to a social movement within the hardcore punk scene of Washington, . that occurred during the summer of 1985. The movement challenged the initial wave of hardcore music, the attitudes of fans and bands before them and also the image mainstream media portrayed of punks. The bands that spawned out of Revolution Summer often took a stand against violence, especially at shows in the form of slamdancing, as well as standing up against the sexism of the scene.
Revolution Summer is a soundtrack album by Jonathan Richman, released by the Vapor Records label in 2007. The music was composed for the film Revolution Summer, directed by Miles Matthew Montalbano. The album is Richman's first soundtrack album, although he did contribute three songs to "There's Something About Mary" as well as appearing in the film, along with drummer Tommy Larkins, who also plays on this release. It is entirely instrumental, another first for Richman.
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The Revolution Summer. A celebration of emo/post-hardcore, in it's myriad incarnations. And as always, the entire archive can be found at bf. on-summer. Thank you all for your continued support! <3Douglock.
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The summer of 1967 has taken on an almost mythical magic, a psychedelic summer of love with beautiful people turning on, tuning in and dropping out from Hyde Park to Haight-Ashbury. Published on. May 24, 2019. As the calendar flipped over on Sunday, 1 January 1967, any kind of cultural revolution felt like a world away. Tom Jones was in the middle of a seven-week stay at the top of the UK charts with his country ballad ‘Green, Green Grass Of Home’ – a walk down memory lane, about returning to the old homestead and a warm welcome from the folks waiting there.