Le San Francisco Sound est une composante de la musique rock qui a pris naissance à San Francisco au milieu des années 1960 jusqu'au début des années 1970. Elle a été associée à la contre-culture de San Francisco et plus spécialement de la San Francisco Bay Area. Cette période est mythique dans l'histoire des groupes musicaux de la San Francisco Bay Area.

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  • Le San Francisco Sound est une composante de la musique rock qui a pris naissance à San Francisco au milieu des années 1960 jusqu'au début des années 1970. Elle a été associée à la contre-culture de San Francisco et plus spécialement de la San Francisco Bay Area. Cette période est mythique dans l'histoire des groupes musicaux de la San Francisco Bay Area.
  • San Francisco Sound (som de San Francisco) é uma referência à música rock tocada ao vivo e gravada por bandas de rock de São Francisco, Califórnia dos meados de 1960 até o início da década de 1970. O som foi associado com a comunidade da contracultura em São Francisco durante estes anos.
  • The San Francisco Sound refers to rock music performed live and recorded by San Francisco-based rock groups of the mid-1960s to early 1970s. It was associated with the counterculture community in San Francisco during these years. According to journalist Ed Vulliamy, "A core of Haight Ashbury bands played with each other, for each other, for free and at Chet Helms's Avalon Ballroom and Bill Graham's Fillmore." The jazz critic and columnist Ralph J. Gleason admired the city's new music scene, and according to an announcer for a TV show that Gleason hosted: "In his syndicated newspaper column, Mr. Gleason has been the foremost interpreter of the sounds coming out of what he calls 'the Liverpool of the United States.' Mr. Gleason believes the San Francisco rock groups are making a serious contribution to musical history."Gleason became one of the founders of the U.S. national rock-scene fan journal Rolling Stone.
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  • Le San Francisco Sound est une composante de la musique rock qui a pris naissance à San Francisco au milieu des années 1960 jusqu'au début des années 1970. Elle a été associée à la contre-culture de San Francisco et plus spécialement de la San Francisco Bay Area. Cette période est mythique dans l'histoire des groupes musicaux de la San Francisco Bay Area.
  • San Francisco Sound (som de San Francisco) é uma referência à música rock tocada ao vivo e gravada por bandas de rock de São Francisco, Califórnia dos meados de 1960 até o início da década de 1970. O som foi associado com a comunidade da contracultura em São Francisco durante estes anos.
  • The San Francisco Sound refers to rock music performed live and recorded by San Francisco-based rock groups of the mid-1960s to early 1970s. It was associated with the counterculture community in San Francisco during these years. According to journalist Ed Vulliamy, "A core of Haight Ashbury bands played with each other, for each other, for free and at Chet Helms's Avalon Ballroom and Bill Graham's Fillmore." The jazz critic and columnist Ralph J.
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  • San Francisco Sound
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