CIRCUS Magazine October 1973 with giant Greg Allman poster intact Grateful Dead Mott Bowie Alice
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CIRCUS Magazine October 1973 with giant Greg Allman poster intact Grateful Dead Mott Bowie AliceCIRCUS Vol. 8, No. 1 October, 1973 7th ANNIVERSARY ISSUE!
REPORTS FROM BACKSTAGE
CAN MOTT THE HOOPLE BREAK THEIR LOSING STREAK WITH 'MOTT? 4 After a vain search for an identity, they finally think they've licked the problems of the past.
THE GRATEFUL DEAD FLEE BIG BUSINESS 24 `The History of the Dead' may well be a funeral dirge for some, but it heralds the birth of an empire for the Dead.
`LOS COCHINOS'—GEORGE HARRISON HELPS OUT CHEECH AND CHONG 32 As Cheech coughed into a microphone in the recording studios, he was backed by a band that would have made most rockers swallow their teeth.
SLY STONE MAKES A 'FRESH' START 44 Sly watchers swore the Family Stone was going down the drain until Sly changed his tune with his best LP ever.
BOWIE KILLS CONCERT CAREER 47 The girls in a London audience gasped "No, David, no!" as Bowie announced he was quitting.
A ROCK AND ROLLER'S GUIDE TO STEREO CARE 50 A properly treated LP can send you to the ninth circle of hell with Black Sabbath or to seventh heaven with Jethro Tull.
NEAL SMITH TELLS TERRIFYING TALES ABOUT THE BAND 62 The tall blond drummer reveals stories you've never heard about the Alice Cooper tour that will make your hair stand on end.
LED ZEP AFTER THE TOUR: BIGGER THAN THE BEATLES? 66 When their publicist first proclaimed the Zep had knocked the Beatles off the rock throne everyone laughed—but now the mockery has stopped.
THE ALBUM REVIEW RECORD REVIEWS 20 The controversial Ms. Schacht raves about Mott, blesses the new Cat, and blasts Jethro Tull.
ON THE HORIZON 28 Alan Price growls a new tune while a shrieking silver slot machine called The Sweet strikes gold.
THE RECORD LOVER'S GUIDE 52 This month's LP tidbits will whet your appetite or kill your urge.
THE PICK OF THE MONTH 52 The album that's the hottest disc in the record store this month.
THE CIRCUS TOP TWENTY 60 The race continues as CIRCUS readers decide Led Zep is still not bigger than Alice!
BODY, MIND & STARS LETTERS 10 Praise from a reader who thinks every rock star has a place in the sun.
NATIONAL SCENES 14 Tour dates for Elton's trek across America.
COSMIC CHARISMA 34 Carol Pearce communes with the stars to forecast your fate for fall.
HEALTH 35 If health foods turn you off, here are a few recipes to turn you back on.
MOVIES 36 American Graffiti gets written on movie screens across the country.
POETRY FROM THE READERS 37 A poem for Iggy, a lyric for Leon, and some words for David.
OUR BACK PAGES 46 Ian Anderson utters his first words in years, Uriah Heep throws a nude bash, and tragedy strikes Slade.