Rolling Stone Magazine No 75 February 4 1970 John Lennon Charles Reich Youngbloods John Peel
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Rolling Stone Magazine No 75 February 4 1970 John Lennon Charles Reich Youngbloods John PeelRolling Stone Magazine February 18 No 76 1971 James Taylor.
Besides Jann Wenner's feature length interview of John Lennon, with Annie Leibovitz photos, there is also an excellent interview with Charles Reich, author of The Greening of America. There is also a great article on Jesse Colin Young and the Youngbloods.
There are decent reads on the London underground scene, John Peel, Decca Records Jonathan King, Grand Funk Railroad, Leslie West and Mountain, The J. Geils Band, rock venue The Boston Tea Party, the stage production of One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, a Leonard Cohen profile and one on bluesman Robert Johnson. There is an excellent four page pictorial called It Happened in 1970 - The Rolling Stone Annual Awards for Profundity in Arts and Culture.
Album reviews of Van Morrison, Blows Against The Empire by Paul Kantner, The Worst of the Jefferson Airplane, Whales & Nightingales by Judy Collins, Pendulum Credence Clearwater Revival, Watt by Ten Years After, We Got to Live Together by Buddy Miles, That's the Way It Is by Elvis Presley, Ry Cooder, A Pocket Full of Miracles by Smokey Robinson & the Miracles, Little Feat, Ginger Baker's Air Force 2, Rick Sings Nelson, Tarkio Road by Brewer and Shipley and more.
The singles Apeman by The Kinks, Celia of the Seals by Donovan and Lonely Days by the Bee Gees also reviewed. .
Superb 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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