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Tittle, Dennis

Overview
Works: 17 works in 17 publications in 1 language and 17 library holdings
Genres: Personal narratives‡vAmerican  History 
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Most widely held works by Dennis Tittle
Oral history interview with Craig Kelley by Craig Kelley( )

1 edition published in 2004 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Interview with Craig Kelley, locomotive engineer and commodities trader, concerning his experiences while attending the Texas International Pop Festival, Lewisville, Texas, August 30-September 1, 1969. His upper middle-class upbringing in Lubbock, Texas; his activities as a teenager; clothing fashions of the Sixties; general discussion of the music of the Sixties; comments about the Beatles; his decision to attend the Texas International Pop Festival; skinny-dipping activities in Lake Dallas; activities of the Hog Farm at the festival; "bad trip" tents; comments about the "free stage" at the festival; performance of the Grand Funk Railroad; comments about the performances of Janis Joplin and Sam and Dave; comments about vocalist Minnie Ripperton and the Rotary Connection; lasting effects of the festival on his life
Oral history interview with Tom Turner by Tom Turner( )

1 edition published in 2004 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Interview with Tom Turner, civil servant, concerning his experiences while attending the Texas International Pop Festival, Lewisville, Texas, August 30-September 1, 1969. Influence of World War Two on his father's outlook; clashes with his parents over the Vietnam War; his introduction to the music of the Beatles, 1964; his high school experiences; influence of Jim Morrison and the Doors music; his first use of drugs while in high school; weekends spent hanging out with the hippie culture at Lee Park, Dallas Texas; his two-month sojourn in England after graduation from high school, June-July, 1969; his decision to attend the Texas International Pop Festival; the "free stage" at the festival; skinny-dipping; activities of the Hog Farm; drug use at the festival; crowd behavior; activities on the campgrounds; security inside and outside the festival grounds; his job experiences following the festival
Oral history interview with Marla Bullard by Marla Bullard( )

1 edition published in 2003 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Interview with Marla Bullard, salesperson, concerning her experiences while attending the Texas International Pop Festival, Lewisville, Texas, August 30-September 1, 1969. Her Mexican-American family values; her use of drugs and alcohol in high school; her attitudes toward the Vietnam War; hippie activities at Allen's Landing in Houston, Texas; conflicts between rednecks and hippies; her attraction to the musical groups of the Sixties; the importance of lyrics in Sixties music; her decision to attend the Texas International pop Festival; drug use at the festival; comments about Janis Joplin's performance; influence of the festival on her life
Oral history interview with Harold Corey by Harold Corey( )

1 edition published in 2003 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Interview with Harold Corey, businessman, concerning his experiences while attending the Texas International Pop Festival, Lewisville, Texas, August 30-September 1, 1969. His parents' reaction to the social, political, and cultural changes of the Sixties; his early interest in popular music; activities at Lee Park, Dallas, Texas, during the Sixties; protests against the Vietnam War; conflicts with the "redneck" culture; influence of the Beatles on the music of the Sixties; the influence of the "British Invasion"; his assessment of the Who; decision to attend the Texas International Pop Festival; meeting the Grand Funk Railroad at the festival; comments about "Wavy Gravy" and the Hog Farm; comments about Janis Joplin; comments about Led Zeppelin; sale and use of drugs; the trip tent; festival security; activities at the campgrounds; comments about Ten Years After; lasting effects of the festival on his life
Oral history interview with Susan Khammash by Susan Khammash( )

1 edition published in 2003 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Interview with Susan Khammash concerning her recollections while attending the Texas International Pop Festival, August 30-September 1, 1969, in Lewisville, Texas. Her early interest in popular music, particularly The Beatles; her rejection of middle-class cultural values; influence of the Vietnam War on young people; her decision to attend the Texas International Pop Festival; her involvement with the Back-To-Earth movement; cowboys, bikers, and townfolk; security; alcohol and drug use; activities of the Hog Farm; medical and camping facilities; "Wavy Gravy" (Hugh Romney); Grand Funk Railroad, Led Zeppelin, Santana, Ten Years After, Chicago, and Janis Joplin; her thoughts about environmentalism; the women's movement; the role of music as a reflection of the hippie movement of the Sixties
Oral history interview with Joe Cole by Joe Cole( )

1 edition published in 2004 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Interview with Joe Cole, photojournalist and artist, concerning his experiences while attending the Texas International Pop Festival, Lewisville, Texas, August 30-September 1, 1969. His parents' reaction to changes in the Sixties; his introduction to marijuana, 1967; his attraction to the music of the Beatles; his initial introduction to the Fort Worth hippie culture; his views toward the Vietnam War; obtaining an agricultural exemption from his local draft board, 1965; comments about Sixties music and its message; his decision to attend the Texas International Pop Festival; comments about Chicago Transit Authority, Canned Heat, and Led Zeppelin; activities of the Hog Farm; drug usage at the festival; comments about the friendly mood of the crowd; festival security personnel; "bad trip" tents; skinny-dipping in Lake Dallas; lasting influence of the festival on his life
Oral history interview with Larry Graham by Larry Graham( )

1 edition published in 2003 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Interview with Larry Graham, businessman, concerning his experiences while attending the Texas International Pop Festival, Lewisville, Texas, August 30-September 1, 1969. His first experiences with the Sixties counterculture at Allen's Landing, Houston, Texas; his attraction to rock 'n roll music; his earning the nickname "The Diller" from distributing Armadillo Comics in high school; his use of drugs as a teenager; his decision to attend the Texas International Pop Festival; living conditions at the festival; dropping acid and having a bad trip at the festival; the trip tent; performers at the festival, including Led Zeppelin, Chicago Transit Authority, and Janis Joplin; skinny-dipping in Lake Dallas; activities of "Wavy Gravy" and the Hog Farm; his high school activities after the festival
Oral history interview with Paul Johnston by Paul T Johnston( )

1 edition published in 2004 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Interview with Paul Johnston, concerning his experiences while attending the Texas International Pop Festival, Lewisville, Texas, August 30-September 1, 1969. Influence of the Beatles on his music tastes; enrollment at the University of Texas, 1965-1969; his stint in the military, 1969-71; his interest in photography; his return to the University of Texas in 1971 and his comments about changes in the campus culture during his absence; his decision to attend the Texas International Pop Festival [before entering the service]; his obtaining a press pass and taking photographs during the festival; comments about the various musical groups that performed; activities of the Hog Farm; his privileged seat directly in front of the performance stage; creating his personal website dealing with the festival
Oral history interview with Sandy McQueen by Sandy McQueen( )

1 edition published in 2003 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Interview with Sandy McQueen concerning his experiences while attending the Texas International Pop Festival, Lewisville, Texas, August 30-September 1, 1969. His introduction to the hippie subculture while in high school; his experiences with racism among white property owners in the South Oak Cliff section of Dallas during the 1960s; the influence of the "British Invasion" and the Beatles; his description of hippies in Lee Park in Dallas; protests against the Vietnam War; his being drafted into the Army and opting for service in the National Guard; his account of an anti-war demonstration led by Jane Fonda in Killeen, Texas; his personal views about ethnic and race relations in the military during the 1960s; his comments on Jefferson Airplane, the Mamas and the Papas, and Bob Dylan; reaction to the news of the coming of the Texas International Pop Festival and his decision to attend; attending the festival with his pregnant wife and a friend; drug and alcohol use at the festival; activities of the Hog Farm; wearing attire of those in attendance; nude bathing; comments about "Wavy Gravy," the leader of the Hog Farm; free love at the festival; comments about the performance of Minnie Riperton and the Rotary Connection, Led Zeppelin, Chicago Transit Authority, and B.B. King at the festival; "bad trip" tents; lasting effects of the festival on his life
Oral history interview with Janell Myers by Janell Myers( )

1 edition published in 2003 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Interview with Janell Myers, counselor, concerning his recollections concerning the Texas International Pop Festival, Lewisville, Texas, Labor Day Weekend, 1969. Her conservative family background in Dallas, Texas; her attraction to the hippie counterculture as a teenager; hanging out with hippies in Lee Park in Dallas; her college experience at North Texas State University in Denton; her participation in anti-Vietnam War demonstrations and sit-ins; her admiration of singer Janis Joplin; her decision to attend the Texas International Pop Festival; activities of the Hog Farm at the festival; use of drugs and alcohol at the festival; comments about the various rock groups at the festival; activities of "Wavy Gravy"; lasting memories of the festival
Oral history interview with Johnny Cox by Johnny Cox( )

1 edition published in 2004 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Interview with Johnny Cox, painter, concerning his experiences while attending the Texas International Pop Festival, Lewisville, Texas, August 30-September 1, 1969. Generational conflicts with his parents; guitar lessons as a teenager in Lubbock, Texas; appeal of the Beatles and their music; high school friends and activities; changing clothing styles in the Sixties; enrollment at Texas Tech University, 1969; playing in bands while at Texas Tech; meeting his first wife; his opposition to the Vietnam War; his decision to attend the Texas International Pop Festival; drug use at the festival; comments about Janis Joplin's performance; comments about Canned Heat and B.B. King; his first personal use of LSD; comments about the performance of Led Zeppelin; comments about the performance of Spirit; how LSD put the music in a different perspective for him; comments about crowd behavior at the festival; the "free stage"; B.B. King and Johnny Winter playing on stage together; the Texas International Pop Festival as a turning point in his life
Oral history interview with Ted Hutchens by Ted Hutchens( )

1 edition published in 2003 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Interview with Ted Hutchens, businessman, concerning his experiences while attending the Texas International Pop Festival, Lewisville, Texas, August 30-September 1, 1969. Conflicts with his parents about the counterculture of the 1960s; his youth in Springfield, Missouri; his high school experiences and friends; his attractions to the counterculture; influence of the Beatles and the "British Invasion" on the music of the Sixties; running away from home ten times; his decision to attend the Texas International Pop Festival; activities occurring at the "free stage;" use of drugs and his 'bad trip' at the festival; activities of the Hog Farm; skinny-dipping in Lake Dallas; "Wavy Gravy"; his experiences with James ("Herman") Eckstein after the festival; on the road from Texas to Colorado to California; finding a "crash pad" in San Francisco; his arrest for vagrancy in San Francisco and his return to Springfield, October, 1969; his release from a hospital psychiatric ward and running away to Phoenix; attendance at the Altamont Pop Festival near San Francisco, December 6, 1969; his return to the San Francisco street life; attending concerts at the Fillmore West; his return to Springfield with his brother after being robbed at gunpoint in the summer of 1970; taking and selling drugs in Springfield; contracting Hepatitis C from using needles; his leaving the drug scene and obtaining his high school diploma; his abuse of alcohol and turning to Alcoholics Anonymous. Appendix consists of photocopies of "mugshot" photos (one leaf), photocopy of Texas International Pop Festival flyer (one leaf), and photocopy of surrounding area map (one leaf)
Oral history interview with Richard Hayner by Richard Hayner( )

1 edition published in 2003 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Interview with Richard Hayner, writer, concerning his recollections about the Texas International Pop Festival, Lewisville, Texas, August 30-September 1, 1969, and the hippie movement in North Texas. His youth as the son of a itinerant Methodist preacher in West Texas; difficulties with his father; his description of the hippie movement; influence of The Beatles; thoughts on the demise of the hippie movement; the role of drugs in the hippie subculture; his description of activities at the Texas International Pop Festival; importance of music to the hippie movement; security at the pop festival; relations between hippies and bikers at the pop festival; activities of "Wavy Gravy" and The Hog Farm at the pop festival; the free stage at the festival; description of various groups and performers at the pop festival; his views of the achievements and influences of the hippie movement
Oral history interview with Tom Scott by Tom Scott( )

1 edition published in 2004 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Interview with Tom Scott, businessman, concerning his experiences while attending the Texas International Pop Festival, Lewisville, Texas, August 30-September 1, 1969. His parents' expectations for their children; influence of attending Walden Preparatory School, Dallas, Texas; his difficulty in fitting in at Highland Park High School; his teenage activities at Lee Park, Dallas, and his introduction to the hippie counterculture; conflicts with rednecks; influence of the Sixties musical groups; influence of the Beatles; his decision to attend the Texas International Pop festival; drug use at the festival; light shows at the festival; comments about the Led Zeppelin performance; skinny-dipping in Lake Dallas; comments about the heat, food, and drink, and the size of the crowd; his bad "rip" from taking LSD after the festival; his rebellion against teachers, police, and his parents; the lasting effects of the festival on his life
Oral history interview with Larry Prcin by Larry Prcin( )

1 edition published in 2004 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Interview with Larry Prcin, real estate developer, concerning his experiences concerning the Texas International Pop Festival, Lewisville, Texas, August 30-September 1, 1969. The influence of the Great Depression and World War II on his parents' values; car-racing as a teenager in Lubbock, Texas; changing dress styles of the Sixties; influence of the Beatles; influence of Led Zeppelin and Santana; effects of watching the Vietnam War on television; his decision to attend the Texas International Pop Festival; influence of Woodstock; comments about the Hog Farm; skinny-dipping in Lake Dallas; the friendly atmosphere at the festival; comments about Led Zeppelin and Santana at the concert; lasting effects of his attendance at the concert
Oral history interview with David West by David West( )

1 edition published in 2004 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Interview with David West, businessman, concerning his experiences while attending the Texas International Pop Festival, Lewisville, Texas, August 30-September 1, 1969. His parents' reactions to the cultural changes of the Sixties; his opposition to the Vietnam War, 1968-69; his high school experiences in the mid-Sixties; influences of the Beatles on his musical tastes; his college experiences at Texas A & I university, Kingsville, Texas, 1968-1971; his decision to attend the Texas International Pop Festival; drug use at the festival; his experience with psilocybin at the festival; the activities of the Hog Farm at the festival; comments about the festival performances of the Grand Funk Railroad, Led Zeppelin, Chicago Transit Authority, Santana, Rotary Connection, and Sweetwater; dropping out of college and being drafted into the Army, October, 1971; service in Vietnam as a truck driver; his return to civilian life in 1973 and graduation from Texas A & I, 1977
Oral history interview with Randell Fields by Randell Fields( )

1 edition published in 2003 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Interview with Randell Fields, concerning his experiences while attending the Texas International Pop Festival, Lewisville, Texas, August 30-September 1, 1969. His early youth in rural Texas (Jack County); his mother's interest in music and honkytonks; attendance at the "Big D Jamboree" at the Sportatorium, Dallas, Texas, during the Sixties; effects of his parents divorce; influence of his young stepmother's interest in current music; his transfer from Mesquite, Texas, High School to North Mesquite High School; student challenges to authority at North Mesquite High School; comments about the rock 'n roll music of the Sixties; influence of the radio station KZEW; his decision to attend the Texas International Pop Festival; his trip to the festival accompanied by his brother, sister, and father; observing the festival from outside the grounds; significance of the festival
 
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