Rare, vintage classic rock & roll music teen magazine from the 70's.
This is an opportunity to acquire issue number 60 of Rolling Stone Magazine, dated June 11, 1970!
What's in this issue?
· The Beatles - Full page ad for their Let It Be Lp. PLUS....
· George Harrison - "Why Is George In New York?" - GREAT feature article for George and Beatles fans, written by Beatles insider, Al Aronowitz who was playing host to George. LOTS of great, inside info here. A must-read. Also...
· Let it Be album review by Ed Ward. Spector's over-production is slammed...must have made Paul McCartney feel justified to read this one!
· "America 1970: A Pitiful, Helpless Giant - great cover illustrating the features here on the violence which occurred at Kent State in Ohio and Jackson State in Mississippi. Sobering but essential material on the state of protest, the political climate and the Nixon regime.
· "Friday The 13th" by Allan Ginsberg
· Fairport Convention - full page ad for their Liege and Leaf LP
· Otis Redding - "Everyone Will Miss Otis", feature article
· Joe Cocker - "Love Cockers All", great feature article
· Record reviews include Allen Ginsberg (reviewed by Lester Bangs!), Country Joe, Dr. John, Mott The Hoople, Paul Revere and The Raiders (Collage, reviewed by Lenny Kaye and he LIKES it!!), Fairport Convention, Tommy James, Joni Mitchell and others
· The usual underground politics and dope-smoking content common to this period of Rolling Stone when it was still pretty much an 'underground' magazine, years off from going glossy, corporate and mainstream
Great period ads, record and film reviews and more, more, more tremendous stuff that will really give you a sense of what it was like to be there in the 60’s. You will not be disappointed !
Condition - this is in Very Good Plus condition, complete and intact with no cutouts or missing pages. There is some normal wear as might be expected of a newsprint item of this vintage, including small edge tears plus edge, corner and cover wear as can be seen in the photos ( PLEASE see photos ). Nothing to detract from its readability or your enjoyment.