Rolling Stone Magazine No 52, February 2 1970 John Fogerty John Lennon Yoko Jimi Hendrix Beatles
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Rolling Stone Magazine No 52, February 2 1970 John Fogerty John Lennon Yoko Jimi Hendrix BeatlesRolling Stone Magazine No 52 February 21, 1970
Contents include: John Fogerty interview; Dan Hicks; Heroine to the Rescue; Jimi Hendrix is Innocent; Phil Spector Back on his Own; John & Yoko's Christmas Gifts; Blind Faith Joins the Air Force; Beatles Splitting? Maybe, Says John; Ono: More Beatles than Plastic; James Brown: 'The Man' Vs. 'Negroes; Futz By Timothy Leary...
Early complete issue in reasonable 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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