This is the first book to focus on this single, revolutionary year that changed pop culture forever. Full-colour photographs of rare '60s treasures lead you on a fantastic and remarkably fun trip down memory lane. Always witty, and never lacking for words, Hal relates the story of 1966-and the sweet and satisfying details of his suburban childhood-against a backdrop of esoteric album covers, colourful soda bottles, invative automobiles, and collectible issues of Playboy. Chapters such as Food and Drink , Television , and Playtime neatly categorise the elements that make our culture pop. In On the Go , Hal features the ultimate cool cars of '66: Ford Mustangs, sports cars, and hot rods (including the Lifson's family car, a powder blue Country Squire station wagon). Sounds highlights the release of albums like the Beach Boys' Pet Sounds, the Beatles' Revolver, and Bob Dylan's Blonde on Blonde. In other chapters, Hal also covers fashion, celebrities, film, and other indelible images of 1966.