I'm writing a fic about a restless, rebellious, sometimes broody, teen boy living in the year 1967 (he's about 16). I need people to name me any songs they may know/have that are from the late 60's through the 70's (up til 1976), preferably in the harder rock catagories, for each of these moods: -angsty -giddy/mischievous
PLUS, I need a guilty pleasure "omg I would rather DIE than let my friends find out I listen to this" either ballad or just totally uncool song!
If any of you can help that'd be sweet! ♥
Sorry! I didn't mention I didn't try searching for this elsewhere because I'm looking for people's opinions on the music, not just a list of songd from the time period. For all the music knowledge I have I know NOTHING about the 60's-70's rock music and though I'm sure I could search the billboard charts or something, I would never know what would be good. So this question's really a "What do you like " question so I can narrow my choices.
AND the boy lives in England!
ETA: Thanks to everyone who offered up answers and search advice! I totally appreciate it! Now that I have some ideas I can get this fic underway!
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I'm trying to figure out how this would affect him. Would the smell make him really want a drink? It seems like people usually think of other people's beer breath as kind of unappealing, but I was thinking he would be tempted by it. I just didn't want to write that detail in if I'm way off here.
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If anyone knows, or knows what to look for, or can offer any kind of help at all, then I thank you! Much appreciation!
EDIT: The story this is for is a contemporary short story containing a Latino boy who speaks only Hungarian and German.
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I've poked around the NYPD website and googled for things like "police procedure" and "protective detail" to no avail, and the mystery writer websites seem to be full of dead links. If anyone could point me to a good site on police procedure or has any ideas about what the procedure might be, I'd appreciate it.