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This darker undercurrent affected many of the rock festivals in the late 1960s and early 1970s, arising most dramatically in the stabbing of a black teenager at the hands of the Hells Angels at the free Altamont Festival held in December 1969, but also in the commercial tensions of the Isle of Wight Festivals. The Isle of Wight’s local paper, the Islander, commented on the ‘rolling green hills and bright, bright sunshine’ of the 1968 Isle of Wight Festival, but noted that the enclosure ‘looked very much like a prison camp, a detention compound.
Andrew Blake categorizes early Jethro Tull as a version 52 53 B EYON D A N D B E F OR E O ut of the G arden Ian Anderson and Clive Bunker of Jethro Tull at the 1970 Isle of Wight Festival. Brick (1972) and the whimsical interlude ‘The Story of the Hare Who Lost His Spectacles’ on A Passion Play (1973). Nature returns explicitly, though, in Minstrel in the Gallery (1975), Songs from the Wood (1977) and Heavy Horses (1978), as an enchanted place, a better alternative to the class-ridden values and heartache of urban Britain.
Clarke’s science-fiction story ‘The Sentinel’), which pairs a futuristic Moog drone with chanted lyrics that link the discovery of an ancient pyramid on the moon in the year 1996 to utopian possibilities for human evolution. 11 Folk elements are evident on early Moody Blues albums in the celebration of an English pastoral that inflected one branch of the Anglo-folk tradition rooted in an agrarian version of Olde England, where class-bound loyalties revolve around tales of impossible love and challenges to feudal authority.