Hong Kong In The 60s - Patricia download free
Style: Indie Pop
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Listen to music from Hong Kong In the 60s like Softly Sung and You Can Take A Heart (Diskotopia Dub). The London/Cambridge trio released their debut album, "My Fantoms", in 2011.
This time, it’s a full album featuring – among many others – the brilliant Eux Autres, Action Biker, DJ Downfall and Betty and the Werewolves. We’ve chosen to cover Walking In The Air, Howard Blake’s theme to the beautiful 1982 animation The Snowman.
This is Hong Kong in the 60s. A pretty incredible place to be, whichever way you look at it. Whether you’re a businessman from England, a refugee from the Mainland or a hard-working local, you’re in the centre of a city in the flux of fast-paced change. The most defining episodes for Hong Kong in the 60s. The sheer numbers which flood into the city strain the social systems – housing and education in particular – while, at the same time, light industry thrives and breeds economic prosperity, lining the pockets of the rich, fuelling corruption in the government departments and the police force.
1960s in Hong Kong continued with the development and expansion of manufacturing that began in the previous decade. The economic progress made in the period would categorise Hong Kong as one of Four Asian Tigers along with Singapore, South Korea, and Taiwan. Economically, this era is considered a major stepping stone for Hong Kong. It is considered the first turning point for Hong Kong's economy.
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See 10 truly dreamy pictures of Hong Kong in the 1950s and 1960s, courtesy of veteran photographer Fan H. Ho’s pictures were all taken during the 1950s and 1960s, and form part of his two major series Hong Kong Yesterday and The Living Theatre. Most of the people seen in the photographs were caught candidly, with very few images posed. During the 50s and 60s, it was a wonderful time. Life in Hong Kong then was new, fun, and full of discovery, Ho told Localiiz.
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NotesLimited to 777 hand-numbered copies in a die-cut sleeve. Includes digital download code.
Second release in the 2013 WIAIWYA 7777777 7" series.
Includes two inserts that make a cutout paper doll version of all three band members.
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