This is an opportunity to acquire issue number 21 of Rolling Stone Magazine, dated November 9, 1968.
What's in this issue?
The Beatles - George Harrison - tremendous, large photo by Baron Wolman, of George relaxing and reading a book by Bob Dylan. Fantastic!
The Beatles - "Beatles To Appear Live and John In The Nude" - great feature article on all of the latest happenings (and non-happenings) with The Beatles. PLUS...
Full page ad for "The Beatles", the authorized biography by Hunter Davies
Little Richard - great feature article by Jon Landau
Muddy Waters - feature article
"Is This Any Way To Run The Army - Stoned?" -feature article
Soul On Ice by Eldridge Cleaver - book review
Full Page ads for LPs by Mad River, Steve Miller Band and others
News articles on The Mamas and Papas, Supremes and more
Record reviews include Electric Ladyland by The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Magic Bus by The Who, Savoy Brown, Linn County 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. This is complete and intact with no cutouts or missing pages. There is typical wear such as might be expected of a 50 year old vintage newsprint item, including cover, corner and edge wear as can be seen in the photos (PLEASE see photos).