OZ Magazine No 19 March 1969 Germaine Greer/Vivian Stanshall cover G+
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OZ Magazine No 19 March 1969 Germaine Greer/Vivian Stanshall cover G+OZ Magazine No 19 (March 1969) Germaine Greer/Viv Stanshall cover. G+
Contents: Germaine Greer/Viv Stanshall on front & back covers, inside front and also Greer intermittently throughout. Other Scenes. Martin Sharp There was movement at the stationgraphic. Spike, an article Richard Neville on Lee Heater and Abbie Hoffmans Revolution for the Hell of it of which Neville states: His strategy I would call the Politics of Play UPS. Photo of Noel Redding, Mitch Mitchell & Caroline Coon. Time Out subscription advert. Frelimo the Mozambique liberation struggle. Food Explosion by David Ramsay Steele. Smoking Professor Norman Zinberg talks to Caroline Coon about dope + Krishna Lama licensed dope shop advert. Guerilla Psychic Warfare part 2 by G William Domhoff. Full page cartoon of piggies. Centrefold poems by Peter Mayer, typography by Alan Rickman. Why the Press Councils a Fake with graphic. OZ subscription advert. Mozic: The Universal Tongue bath-A Groupies Vision Staff writer Germaine talks to Dr G, a celebrated (and over educated) international groupie, by Germaine Greer. Jackie Lomax advert. You Might Think its a Load of Old Cock, Man, But Thats Your Hangup a review of John & Yokos Two Virgins by Sebastion Jorgenson. LP reviews: Led Zeppelin, Rhinoceros, The Concert Ensemble, The Everly Brothers, Murray Roman, Touch. Full page photos of Marianne Faithfull as Ophelia and Mick Jagger from the Beggars Banquet sessions. Full page photo and quote from the Incredible String Band. This Man is Dangerous Detective Sgt Norman (Normal) Pilcher, head of Scotland Yards drug squad. The Only Living Dylanologist A.J. Weberman talks to Gordon Friesen + Bob Dylan photo. Led Zeppelin, Family, Roy Harper, Gutbucket, Middle Earth, Island Records adverts. Inside back cover advert for The Encyclopedia of Sexual Behaviour.
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