Jimi Hendrix, the 1960s Counterculture, and Confirmations and Critiques of US Cultural Mythologies

  • Aaron Lefkovitz
Chapter

Abstract

This chapter centers Hendrix’s contested US national identity and participation in a visual-cultural and popular musical Black Atlantic that has been confined within, while maneuvering beyond, the slave trade’s borders. Centering Hendrix within a legacy of black popular music’s transnational routes, this chapter highlights his musical and extra-musical roles as a transnational symbol. This chapter places Hendrix, and rock music more generally, in histories of the 1960s counterculture (especially the Woodstock Festival), US exceptionalist myths, and the cultural Cold War.

Keywords

Cultural Cold War Orientalism Hetero-Patriarchy Soviet Union 

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  • Aaron Lefkovitz
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  1. 1.The City Colleges of ChicagoChicagoUSA

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