Underground newspapers from the 60’s and 70’s provide a unique glimpse into the counterculture of their era. They can offer a mix of music, protest, radical politics, underground comix, cultural events, classified ads and the hippie lifestyle in a manner which specifically reflects the date of their publication.
They are much sought after and hard to find due mainly to the disposability of the newspaper format. I have acquired a veritable library of underground newspapers and will be listing them individually in the weeks to come.
This is an opportunity to acquire the November 7, 1974 issue of Bugle American, a magazine style underground newspaper published in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
What's cool in this issue?
Lou Reed - great cover photo plus...
Lou Reed - "Transcending The Streets", concert review plus rare, exclusive photos. True fans will enjoy this one.
Rory Gallagher / Wet Willie/Rush - concert ad
Cheap Trick - club appearance ad
Gentle Giant - RARE exclusive feature article
Jackson Browne / Wendy Waldman - concert ad
Chick Corea - feature interview article
Jefferson Starship - concert ad
Souther, Hillman and Furay - concert ad
Ruby Starr - club ad
Wishbone Ash / Foghat / Camel - full page, rear cover concert ad
Record reviews include The Rolling Stones, New Riders Of The Purple Sage and more
A mix of music, protest, radical politics, underground comix, cultural events, classified ads and the hippie lifestyle in a manner which specifically reflects the date of publication.
Condition - This magazine is complete and intact with no cutouts or missing pages. There is some normal wear as should be expected of an item of this vintage including normal cover, corner and edge wear as can be seen in the photo ( see photos ), but nothing to detract from your enjoyment.