Americus, Book I
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I was onstage right next to Allen Ginsberg at the Human Be-In. I had an autoharp, which I was playing in those days. Luckily, they never allowed me to perform, because it would've been a disaster. There was a sea of 10,000 faces. Don't know how many they actually counted. I remember, in the sunset, this lone parachutist descended on the crowd. That was great. They call that particular locale in Golden Gate park Hippie Hill. They'd had big crowds there before, but nothing like that. At one point, Allen turned to me and said, 'What if we're all wrong?' I don't think I had answer...
-The San Francisco Chronicle May 20, 2007