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Sacred Harp and other books in four shape notation were the forerunners of seven shape note gospel music . According to the Handbook of Texas , "The first Texas community singing using the seven shape note tradition reportedly occurred in the latter part of December 1879. Itinerant teachers representing the A. J. Showalter Company of Dalton, Georgia – including company founder A. J. Showalter – ventured west to Giddings in East Texas and conducted a rural music school that lasted for several weeks." Texas has been home to several gospel music convention publishers, including the National Music Company, Stamps-Baxter Music and Printing Company (founded in 1924 by V. O. Stamps , who later partnered with J. R. Baxter ), and the Stamps Quartet Music Company (founded by Frank Stamps). Convention gospel music and community singings still occur in a number of Texas towns, including Mineral Wells , Brownfield , Jacksonville , Seymour , and Stephenville .

In 1965 San Francisco, whose scene had largely languished in the years of surf music and of the Greenwich Movement, suddenly became one of the most ebullient cities in the nation. The poets of the "Beat generation" moved here; the "Diggers" turned the Haight Ashbury district into a "living theater". Mario Savio founded the "Free Speech Movement" at the University of California at Berkeley, where sit-ins and marches were supported by the likes of Country Joe McDonald. There was excitement in the air. In the summer of 1965 a San Francisco band, the Charlatans, and their hippy fans took over the "Red Dog Saloon" in Virginia City (Nevada), and came up with the idea of playing a new kind of music for a new kind of audience. The Warlocks (later renamed the Grateful Dead) got hired by Ken Kesey to play at his "acid tests" (LSD parties), where the band began performing lengthy instrumental jams, loosely based on country, blues and jazz. In october of that year, the Family Dog Production organized the first hippy party at the "Long Shoreman's Hall". Following the success of that "festival", avenues for San Francisco's new bands sprang up all around. Those acts embodied the pacifist ideals that had been promoted by Bob Dylan, but with a far less political stance. Theirs was a philosophy of life ("peace and love" and drugs) that was in many ways the direct consequence of what Dylan had preached, but was also much closer to Buddhist philosophy. Hippies gathered not to march, but to celebrate; not to protest but to rejoice. The spiritual experience was preeminent over the political experience. This represented a dramatic change from the times of rock'n'roll, when the music was an (ultimately violent) act of rebellion.


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