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-:[[1970]] - [[1971]] - [[1972]] - [[1973]] - [[1974]] - [[1975]] - [[1976]] - [[1977]] - [[1978]] - [[1979]] - [[1980]]+"AS IT IS WRTTEN HENCEFORTH… On the Eighth Day, the Cosmic [[Strumpet]] of [[Mother Nature]] was spawned to envelope this Third Planet in [[Funkadelic|FUNKADELICAL]] VIBRATIONS. And she birthed Apostles [[Sun Ra|Ra]], [[Jimi Hendrix|Hendrix]], [[Sly Stone|Stone]], and [[George Clinton (musician)|CLINTON]] to preserve all funkiness of man unto eternity... But! Fraudulent forces of obnoxious JIVATION grew...only seedling GEORGE remained! As it came to be, he did indeed begat FUNKADELIC to restore Order Within the Universe. And nourished from the [[Pam Grier|pamgrierian]] mammaristic melonpaps of Mother Nature, the followers of FUNKADELIA multiplied incessantly!" --[[Pedro Bell]]'s liner notes of ''[[Standing on the Verge of Getting It On]]'' (1974) by Funkadelic
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 +"It is well known that in the Soviet Union today large numbers of dissenters are being declared insane."--incipit of ''[[Manual on Psychiatry for Dissidents]]'' (1974)
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 +'''1974''' (MCMLXXIV) was the 1974th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 974th year of the [[2nd millennium]], the 74th year of the [[20th century]], and the 5th year of the [[1970s]] decade.
== Art and culture == == Art and culture ==
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*''[[Going Places]]'' by Bertrand Blier *''[[Going Places]]'' by Bertrand Blier
*''[[Sweet Movie]]'' by Dušan Makavejev *''[[Sweet Movie]]'' by Dušan Makavejev
 +*''[[Celine and Julie Go Boating]]'' by Jacques Rivette
====Guilty pleasures==== ====Guilty pleasures====
*''[[Les Mille et une Perversions de Félicia ]]'' by Max Pecas *''[[Les Mille et une Perversions de Félicia ]]'' by Max Pecas
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*''[[Ilsa, She Wolf of the SS]]'' by Don Edmonds *''[[Ilsa, She Wolf of the SS]]'' by Don Edmonds
*''[[The Texas Chain Saw Massacre]]'' by Tobe Hooper *''[[The Texas Chain Saw Massacre]]'' by Tobe Hooper
-*''[[Thriller – A Cruel Picture]]'' by Bo Arne Vibenius 
*''[[Zardoz]]'' by John Boorman *''[[Zardoz]]'' by John Boorman
 +*''[[Immoral Tales (film)|Immoral Tales]]'' by Walerian Borowczyk
-=== Books ===+=== Literature ===
==== Fiction ==== ==== Fiction ====
*''[[Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance]]'' by Pirsig *''[[Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance]]'' by Pirsig
==== Non-fiction ==== ==== Non-fiction ====
-*''[[The Last of the Nuba]]'' by Leni Riefenstahl  
*''[[Film as a Subversive Art]]'' by Amos Vogel *''[[Film as a Subversive Art]]'' by Amos Vogel
-*''[[Visionary Film]]'' by P. Adams Sitney+*''[[The Power Broker]]'' by Robert Caro
 +=====Papers=====
 +*[[What Is it Like to Be a Bat?]], a paper by Thomas Nagel
=== Music === === Music ===
*[[Salsoul Records]] founded *[[Salsoul Records]] founded
-*Lee "Scratch" Perry builds his [[Black Ark Studios]]+*Lee "Scratch" Perry builds the [[Black Ark Studios]]
==== Singles ==== ==== Singles ====
-*[[Autobahn (song)|Autobahn]] by [[Kraftwerk]]+*[[Autobahn (song)|Autobahn]] by Kraftwerk
-*[[90% of Me Is You]] by [[Gwen McCrae]]+*[[90% of Me Is You]] by Gwen McCrae
-*[[Wicki Wacky]] by the [[Fatback Band]]+*[[Wicki Wacky]] by the Fatback Band
-*[[The Bottle]] by [[Gil Scott-Heron]]+*[[The Bottle]] by Gil Scott-Heron
-*[[Darkest Light]] by [[The Lafayette Afro Rock Band]] +*[[Darkest Light]] by The Lafayette Afro Rock Band
-*[[Ain't No Love in the Heart of the City]] by [[Bobby Bland]]+*[[Ain't No Love in the Heart of the City]] by Bobby Bland
-*[[Be Thankful for What You Got]] by [[William DeVaughn]]+*[[Be Thankful for What You Got]] by William DeVaughn
-*[[Llegue, Llegue]] by [[Juan Formell]] by [[Los Van Van]]+*[[Llegue, Llegue]] by [[Juan Formell]] by Los Van Van
-*[[Who Is He (And What Is He to You)?]] by [[Creative Source]]+
*[[Jíbaro]] by León Marín "Nelson" and Javier Marín "Elkin" *[[Jíbaro]] by León Marín "Nelson" and Javier Marín "Elkin"
-*[[L'Incendie]] by Areski Belkacem and Brigitte Fontaine+*[[Escravos de Jó]] by Milton Nascimento
-*[[Escravos de Jó]] by [[Milton Nascimento]]+*[[Summer Madness]] by Kool & The Gang
-*[[Shakara]] by [[Fela Ransome-Kuti]]+
-*[[Summer Madness]] by [[Kool & The Gang]]+
*[[Kentucky Skank]] by The Upsetters *[[Kentucky Skank]] by The Upsetters
-*[[Curly Locks]] by [[Junior Byles]]+*[[Curly Locks]] by Junior Byles
-*[[Get With It]] by [[Billy Parker's Fourth World]]+*[[Get With It]] by Billy Parker's Fourth World
- +*[[What Can I Do for You?]] by Labelle
-*[[LTG Exchange]] - [[Waterbed]]+*[[Marcus Belgrave|Space Odyssey]] by Marcus Belgrave
-*[[Marc Moulin]] - "Sam Suffy"+*[[Happiness Is Just Around The Bend]] by Main Ingredient
-* [[First Choice]] - The Player+*[[Sun Goddess]] by [[Ramsey Lewis]]
-*[[Labelle]] - What Can I Do For You?+*[[Windy C]] by 100% Pure Poison
-*[[Fred Wesley]] and The JB's - Blow Your Head+*[[Nautilus (song)|Nautilus]] by Bob James
-* [[Brother to Brother]] - [[Chance With You]]+*[[Gready G]] by Studio One
-*[[Herbie Hancock]] - Chameleon (after the break)+*[[Everybody's Gotta Live]] by Love
-* 100% Pure Poison - [[Windy C]]+*[[Libertango]] by Astor Piazzolla
-*[[Bob James]] - [[Nautilus]]+
-*[[Ann Sexton]] - You're Losing Me+
-*[[Marcus Belgrave]] - Space Odyssey+
-*[[Sun Goddess]] - [[Ramsey Lewis]]+
==== Albums ==== ==== Albums ====
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*''[[Inspiration Information]]'' by Shuggie Otis *''[[Inspiration Information]]'' by Shuggie Otis
*''[[Here Come the Warm Jets]]'' by Brian Eno *''[[Here Come the Warm Jets]]'' by Brian Eno
-*''[[King Tubby Meets The Upsetter At The Grass Roots Of Dub]]'' by [[King Tubby]], [[Upsetters]]+*''[[King Tubby Meets The Upsetter At The Grass Roots Of Dub]]'' by King Tubby, Upsetters
 +*''[[A Tábua de Esmeralda]]'' by Jorge Ben
 +*''[[Veedon Fleece]]'' by Van Morrison
 +*''[[Space Is the Place]]'' by Sun Ra
 +*''[[Genesis (Charles Sullivan album)|Genesis]]'' by Charles Sullivan
===Art=== ===Art===
-''[[Rhythm 0]]'' by [[Marina Abramovic]]+*''[[Rhythm 0]]'' by Marina Abramovic
 +*''[[Cadillac Ranch]]'', a public art installation and sculpture in Amarillo, Texas, U.S.
 +===Photography===
 +* ''[[Show Me!]]'' by Will McBride
== Births == == Births ==

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"AS IT IS WRTTEN HENCEFORTH… On the Eighth Day, the Cosmic Strumpet of Mother Nature was spawned to envelope this Third Planet in FUNKADELICAL VIBRATIONS. And she birthed Apostles Ra, Hendrix, Stone, and CLINTON to preserve all funkiness of man unto eternity... But! Fraudulent forces of obnoxious JIVATION grew...only seedling GEORGE remained! As it came to be, he did indeed begat FUNKADELIC to restore Order Within the Universe. And nourished from the pamgrierian mammaristic melonpaps of Mother Nature, the followers of FUNKADELIA multiplied incessantly!" --Pedro Bell's liner notes of Standing on the Verge of Getting It On (1974) by Funkadelic


"It is well known that in the Soviet Union today large numbers of dissenters are being declared insane."--incipit of Manual on Psychiatry for Dissidents (1974)

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1974 (MCMLXXIV) was the 1974th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 974th year of the 2nd millennium, the 74th year of the 20th century, and the 5th year of the 1970s decade.

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Art and culture

Film

Guilty pleasures

Literature

Fiction

Non-fiction

Papers

Music

Singles

Albums

Art

  • Rhythm 0 by Marina Abramovic
  • Cadillac Ranch, a public art installation and sculpture in Amarillo, Texas, U.S.

Photography

Births

Deaths




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