The dreams, the trips, the trials, the love-ins, the screw-ups...the sixties! He wanted to change the world, and all he had was a little magazine. As publisher of OZ magazine, the hippies' handbook and monument to psychedelia, Richard Neville was at the centre of the 1960s cyclone of idealists, rock musicians, radicals, artists, hustlers and high society. He almost managed to remain objective through it all, frequently startling even close admirers with his original views and witty candour. First published in 1996 to cult-like status, Hippie Hippie Shake demythologises the 1960s in a highly amusing, colourful and provocative memoir of the times. It was the dawning of the Age of Aquarius...and then the hash hit the fan.