International Times No 56 May 9-22 1969 Led Zeppelin Jimmy Page Frank Zappa William Borroughs Pete
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International Times No 56 May 9-22 1969 Led Zeppelin Jimmy Page Frank Zappa William Borroughs PeteInternational Times No 55 1969
it 56 May 9 - 22 1969: Who Got the Fear? You aint seen nothin' yet... Arts Lab; Living Theatre; Front page thoughts on police raid of April 28th for obscene small ads featuring a Brion Gysin/William Burroughs style cut-up of the Obscene Publications Act; ISRAEL The Outer Edge; rear page has Allen Ginsbergs poem Kral Majales; Mexican Ongos mushroom trip; Z is for Zapple advert; Plug & Socket music supplement The Who's Tommy album reviewed; Frank Zappa; snide comments, vicious rumours and downright lies gossip column; Elektra records advert; Ron Geesin a long interview; the centre pages is a two-sided pull out that can be folded into a booklet named How To Enjoy Reality exhorting the wonders of drugs - with insights from Alex Trocchi, Allen Ginsberg, Pete Townsend etc; Gigs/Shows: Royal Festival Hall Pentangle, Midnight Court-King Crimson; Mothers of Invention;-Klooks Kleek -Gordon Smith, Jan Dukes de Gray, Howling Wolf + more Glastonbury; Magic Mushrooms; Frank Zappa - Review ofUncle Meat by Miles; Adverts for Pentangle at The Royal Festival Hall and for King Crimson plus Savoy Brown, Junior's Eyes & Turnstile at Midnight Court at The Lyceum; Half-page ads for concerts: The Mothers of Invention; Keef Hartley; Interview with Jimmy Page (Led Zeppelin); Advert for Free, Groundhogs, Steppenwolf, John Fahey, Soft Machine and Steam Hammer at Umist Union Socials; Pink Fairies; Pop Protest; Halfa page review of Janis Joplin at the Royal Albert Hall; Advert for Keef Hartley, Spice, Lowell Fulsom, Advert for Mandrake, Paddle, Steamer, Groundhogs, Stray, Union Blues and Keef Hartley at Frax; Interview with Mike Absalom; Interview with Ian Anderson (Blues Band).
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