Crawdaddy Magazine May 1975 Paul McCartney Alan Toussaint Keith Moon Bill Walton

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Crawdaddy Magazine May 1975 Paul McCartney Alan Toussaint Keith Moon Bill Walton
Crawdaddy Magazine May 1975

FEATURES At Home With Portland's Trailblazer 34 Ain't Toussaint to Beg 42
Viddying a Bit of The Old Ultra-Intelligence 53
It's My Party 28
The most maligned white athlete in the history of sports, Bill Walton opens hearth and heart to the press for the first time. Michael Jay Kaufman
They line up at his door; the name Allen Toussaint is synonymous with the heyday hoopla and magic of New Orleanshis piano, his songs, his friends and arrangements are the home grounds for hits. Toussaint finally talks at length, and Paul McCartney listens.
Timothy White
According to scientist Joseph Weizenbaum, there is an open conspiracy afoot within the Artificial Intelligence community the robot braintrustto build and control metal monsters of Machiavellian, science-fictional splendor and power. Your future may depend on their fuses. Steve Berman
A tribute, in Keith Moon's own words, to the pay-for-what-you-break rock 'n roll philosophy. Andy McConnell
Chaka Khan, Featuring Rufus 30
The Firesign Theatre's Fun Page
The Naked Emperor
The Sources of the Nile AudiOhm The Doomsday Machine
Thrilling Wonder Stories
Crawdoodah Gazette
Putting their best boots forward. David Rensin
New Hope for Heater 25 Paul Krassner  12
Paul Williams  14
W. Arkin Kanner 16 Thomas M. Disch  18 David Hartwell  20
 23 Greg Mitchell  59
Loudon Wainwright III, Emmy Lou Harris, Joe Farrell, Melissa . . . .65
A Day at the Mixed Reactions, Sad Spaces and Rococo  77
John Gardner, Herblock  80

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