This is an opportunity to acquire issue number Twenty Three of Rolling Stone Magazine, dated December 7, 1968!
What's in this issue?
The Beatles - "Beatles May Do Fee Concert Tour In USA" - feature article, with the story on this non-event plus more news on various Beatles happenings.
Gene Clark - Rare, full page ad for the Fantastic Expedition of Dillard & Clark LP. Very cool!
Editorial by Jann Wenner on the fallout from the John and Yoko nude cover on the previous issue
Texas : A tribute To The Lone Star State and it's music scene
Hair Rock - feature article on the "rock" musical
Joan Baez - feature article
News articles on Jimi Hendrix (story and photo on the nude Electric Ladyland cover), The Byrds, Bob Dylan, Rolling Stones and more
Record reviews include Procol Harum, Family, Harvey Mandel, John Mayall, Captain Beefheart, Moody Blues, The Fugs, Canned Heat and more
Full page ads for Terry Reid, 3 Dog Night, and more
The usual underground politics and dope-smoking content common to this period of Rolling Stone when it was still 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 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).