Rolling Stone Magazine No 115 August 17 1972 Ralph Steadman Hunter S. Thompson Eagles
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Rolling Stone Magazine No 115 August 17 1972 Ralph Steadman Hunter S. Thompson EaglesRolling Stone Magazine Issue No 115 August 17, 1972
Newport jazz festival lives- in New York. Jazz explosion Shakes The Big Apple. The Eagles take it easy and soar; how George Carlin showed his hair; Marjoe quit the Jesus Hustle; Adventures of comrade Harvey Matusow Hustler supreme; Star-Spangled powder all through history with coke spoon and nasal spray; Fear and Loathing in Miami: Old Bulls meat the Butcher by Hunter S. Thompson. Centre spread artwork by Ralph Steadman come home America - plus 8 more half Page images. Record reviews: Elton John honky Chateau, Arthur Lee vindicator, Harry Nilsson, Wishbone Ash, Peter Frampton, Spring, Electric Light Orchestra, Cheech and Chong etc.
Superb very early complete issue in VG condition. Has been archive stored folded.
Founded in California, by Jann Wenner back in 1967 Rolling Stone Magazine delved deep into the music world and frequently tackled political issues. In the first edition 11/9/1967 Wenner wrote that Rolling Stone "is not just about music, but about things & attitudes that the music scene embraces. However it quickly distanced itself from the underground newspapers of the time embracing traditional journalism & avoiding the radical politics championed by the underground press.
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