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[#19477]

DE L'AME POUR L'AME

BROADSIDE PROGRAM OF THE FIRST OF SMITH'S 'ROCK-N- RIMBAUD' PERFORMANCES. [New York]: np [Gotham Book Mart?], [1973]. Broadside folio leaf, printed recto only. Line drawing of Rimbaud by Smith to top of sheet above text, which lists the program of events, and a quote from Rimbaud (in part: "The Poet makes himself a seer by long, gigantic, and rational derangement of the senses..."). Also mentions "special appreciation to The Wartoke Concern, Robert Mapplethorpe, Dennis Florio, Sharon Ensko, Sam Wagstaff and Gotham Book Mart. 35,56x20,32 cm. Shallow crease at one corner, else fine.

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"Program from one of Smith's earliest gigs, predating her first album by almost two years. This, the first of three perfor- mances in honor of the anniversary of Arthur Rimbaud's death (also known as "Rock-N-Rimbaud"), took place on the roof of Le Jardin, a gay disco, in the Hotel Diplomat on November 4th, 1973. Smith sung and recited her own works, as well as songs by Kurt Weil and Hank Ballard. She was backed by Bill Elliot on piano and future Patti Smith Group member Lenny Kaye (both listed in program) on guitar. This would be only the second time Smith and Kaye performed together (the first being when the two opened for a Gerald Malanga reading at the Poetry Project almost two years earlier) and the first time Smith headlined a show with Kaye at her side. The program also thanks both Robert Mapplethorpe (just a few months after his first solo exhibition) and Sam Wagstaff, certainly one of their earliest links in print. A landmark event, one which sowed the seeds of not only of Smith's band, but was also inspired by Smith's most important influence." (Text by Brian Cassidy).

[#18466]

DE L'AME POUR L'AME

" The Patti Smith Fan Club Journal". Numbers 5 and 6 (out of 8 published). October 1977 [With Related Ephemera]. - July 1978. [Richmond Center, WI]: (The Patti Smith Fan Club), (1978).Both first editions. 4to., 28x21,5 cm. side-stapled wraps. Photo-offset duplicated. Both fine, in original mailing envelopes (both opened a bit rough but otherwise good condition)

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Fanzine published in Wisconsin by Nanalee Berry with help from Patti's mom Beverly. DE L'AME POUR L'AME, the official newsletter of the Patti Smith Fan Club, ran eight issues from 1976-1980. It includes numerous photos of Smith (in performance, etc.), members of her band and circle (Ivan Kral, Jay Dee Daugherty), as well as club members. - No. 5: 26 pages. Includes numerous photos of Smith (in performance, etc.), members of her band and circle (Ivan Kral, Jay Dee Daugherty), as well as club members. Also: news on Patti's recovery from January 1977 stage fall, autobiographical essay entitled "Excerpts from Dog Dream" by Smith, various interviews, a reproduction of a letter from Smith to her parents, Smith's poetry, and more. Together with ephemera: Ephemera included and mailed with issue: Gotham Book Mart promotional broadside listing Smith publications published by Gotham, a page of biographical information on Smith "provided by Patti's mother," as well as five broadsides reproducing Smith's poetry, some from holograph and some based on earlier broadsides (all also photo-offset duplicated), presumably produced only for fan club distribution and use. Poems are "Arthur Rimbaud" ("nigger no invented for color..."), "Field Marshall" ("house doctor in the womb of pleasure..."), "mon vieux lucien" ("there goes lucien. his blonde hair..."), an untitled poem ("The night will be a jewel in my crown"), and a promo sheet reproducing Smith's holograph promoting her "new böc coming" and the upcoming album EASTER. Signed "R.E.F.M." (Radio Free Field Marshall). All in good condition, except "Rimbaud" and the last page which have faint stains due to offsetting from laid in newspaper clipping of photo of Smith in concert. -No. 6: Includes ( amongst others) numerous photos of Smith (as baby, in performance, etc.), members of her band and circle (Lenny Kaye, Ivan Kral), Essay by Smith on Bob Dylan, various interviews, a reproduction of a letter from Smith to her parents, Smith's art and poetry, a "collector's discography," compiled by Paul Perner.

[#18052]

ANNOUNCING ATTITUDES

Number 1 (probably only published). London (UK), 1980 Original wrappers. 25,5x2,5 cm., stapled, 20pp.

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Post punk fanzine. Edited by Charles Wyndham.. Notable for some science fiction content - A review of Tanith Lee's "Drinking Sapphire Wine", as well as a review of a Young Marble Giants, This Heat, and Furious Pigs show at the Clarendon (with photographs), a feature on PS, an article on the impossibility of injecting soul into the current electronic music, an interview with Swell Maps with photographs, and articles on political anarchy and trends. Contributions by Matthieu Glasman, Alan Peete, Chris Feer, Simon Edden.

[#18457]

ARTHOLES

-No. 1 (Artholes/The Clash), 16 pages, mimeographed, colour added. Amsterdam, Artholes/Mecano Productions. September 1977; 29,5x21 cm. (small price sticker remainder) -No. 2. (Generation Rrock & Roll Issue). 16 pages, mimeographed, colour added. Amsterdam, Artholes/Mecano Productions. December 1977. 1977; 29,5x21 cm. (small price sticker). Front pages torn, in bad condition. remainder) - No. 3 (Artholes, Music in Motion). 16 pages. Amsterdam, Artholes/Mecano Productions.March 1978 Offset printing (silkscreened?)from typewritten text and photographs. 34,5x24,5 cm., sidestapled.Right upper corner has very light damage. Frontpage colour added.

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Arty Punk/New Wave magazine, made by Maryan van Tilborg & Humb van Vroonhove. (Subway Sect/ Wire/ Siouxie and the Banhees/ Buzzcocks/Slits/The Fall/penetration/Talkin Reads, a.o.)

[#17568]

AVANT-GARDE

Nos. 1-14 (all publ). New York, 1968-1971. Original wrappers, sq. 4to, with numerous illustrations and photographs. A special set which includes 3 variant copies: - No. 6: 2 different covers: (In Full Bloom,photo of pregnant woman, D.Dalrymple; and another: Anniversary, all text cover) - No. 11: 2 different covers: Red cover:John Lennon Erotic Lithographs, and variant Black cover Wedding Bliss - No. 12: 2 different covers: Jorgen Boberg fantasy art; and the other: Nude black female photograph, by Hugo Bell (has a tiny scratch). Together 17 issues in exceptional fine condition (see below)

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The famous magazine edited by Ralph Ginzburg; No. 2 contains the Marilyn Monroe Trip (photographic prints by Bert Stern, possibly the last photos taken before her death. This portfolio was also included in the "Day Glo Designer’s Guide" for 1969.); No. 8 Picasso's Erotic Gravures; No. 9 Cover by Fuchs, Image Stars (not the all text variant Femmes Fatales); No. 11 John Lennon's erotic lithographs 'Bag One'; No. 13 Alwyn Scott Turner, Photographic series on the American People; other issues feature artists like R. Lindner, George Tooker, Melle, Paul Wunderlich, lithographs by John Lennon, etc.; photography takes an important part of the magazine with work of Lee Kraft, R. Denim, J. Wasser, Hattersley, C. Fischer, Weir, Capa, Mitchell, Ira Cohen, Tome Wesselman, Hugh Bell, Mary Ellen Mark, a photographic story on ‘Andy[Warhol]’s Girls’, Mati Klarwein (anonymously), Norman Mailer, Mary Ellen Mark’s drug photos,; in the first issues is a "No More War-Poster contest". No. 14 has the Photoalphabet, with images of nudes, composed by Ed van der Elsken, Anna Beeke, Anthon Beeke, Pieter Brattinga, Geert Kooiman. This created a problem with the authorities and led to the cessation of the publication. The set in near mint condition, (except for a thin scratch on the frontcover of no 12 variant and a small stain in no. 14).)

[#19141]

BACK DOOR MAN

Nos. 1-15 (all publ., complete). Torrance, CA., 1975-1978. Unbound, in overall excellent condition with some toning and occasional minor wear to covers. A very good and extremely rare set.

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Legendary proto-punk fanzine from the Los Angeles South Bay, founded by Phast Phreddie Patterson. It captures the mid-70's scene from hard rock into punk rock like no other publication! Since then he has written for SLASH, the LA WEEKLY, NEW YORK ROCKER, ROCK SCENE and BILLBOARD. He has managed acts, written songs and sung in bands. He's a poet, a painter, a recovering alcoholic and a connoisseur of fine '60s soul records. He lives in Brooklyn.

[#18136]

BEAT

The Heart of the Music Scene.

Number 1 (all published ?). London, Axtell Publications, 1957. 17,8x11,5 cm, stapled; 50 pages

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By John Cross and Billy Kaye.

[#845]

BLADEREN

Agenda van: Theater, Muziek, Literatuur, Film, Exposities, Akties, Horeca, Sport, Radio, TV.

Nos. 1-8 (all publ.). Amsterdam, sept-oct./nov. 1980. Original wrappers., together with the rar Zero number: No.0, 3/9 april 1980.

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Trendsetting magazine., important for the design by Anthon Beeke. Edited by Jantien Anderiesen, Martijn Kleywegt, a.o.

[#18939]

BOSTON ROCK

Nos. 1-50. Boston, Ma, 1980-1984. Tabloid, unbound as issued.

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Boston Rock was a tabloid format entertainment magazine published in Boston, Massachusetts. Its focus, as stated on the cover was: fashion, style, and entertainment. The main focus was on the local music scene and indie rock. Boston's answer to New York Rocker was founded by Mike Dreese, after he founded Newbury Comics in Boston in 1978, which quickly became one of the region's leading record retail specialist during the punk and new wave movement. In early 1980, Dreese founded Boston Rock magazine and co-founded Modern Method Records, an imprint to Boston's emerging punk scene. The first issue of Boston Rock was published in June 1980, and the final was February 1987.[2] Through its history the magazine interviewed cutting-edge culture icons like Zippy comic's Bill Griffith, Ace of Hearts Records founder Rick Harte, The Cure's Robert Smith, Night Flight's Stuart Samuels, Spin magazine founder Bob Guccione, Jr., the first US new wave promotion company Rockpool and New Music Seminar founder Mark Josephson, The Cars' Ric Ocasek, The B-52's Kate Pierson, U2's Bono, The Clash's Joe Strummer and Bernie Rhodes, Greg Kihn, Plasmatics; as well as covering the music of John Lydon, Rich Parsons, Troggs, Suicide, Winter Hours, The Bodeans, Art of Noise, The Go-Go's, Nervous Eaters, Pere Ubu, Mission of Burma, Devo, Ramones, Mekons, Au Pairs, Billy Idol, Stains, OMD, The Cramps, Black Flag, The Pretenders; The Psychedelic Furs; Squeeze; Killing Joke; David Johansen; Tom Petty; Joan Jett, New Order Birdsongs of the Mesozoic, The Alarm, The Shaggs, til Tuesday, Rain Parade, Green On Red, Saccharine Trust, Run-D.M.C., Leaving Trains, and Tiny Tim; and more.

[#16969]

CHAINSAW

Fanzine

No. 11 & 12. Croydon, UK, 1981.4to. 24-28 pp. Side stapled in color covers illustrated by Mike Weller.

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2 issues of the early UK punk fanzine, which began in 1977 and ran to 14 issues.Though it began as something of a clone to Sniffin'Glue, it quickly evolved it's own unique style thanks to comix artists such as Michael J. (Mike) Weller, Kid Charlemagne, and Willie D. Most issues were typed on a typewriter which was missing the "n" key; the letter was filled in by hand, giving the typography an immediately distinctive look. No. 12 was the first issue to feature a flexidisc, with tracks by Tronics, Instant Automations, and the Dancing Did.

[#18602]

CHI TO BARA

Nos. 1-4 (The Blood and the Rose), complete series. Tokyo, Tensei-shuppan, 1968-69, 23x18,2 cm. Original illustrated wrappers.

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Japanese underground periodical, erotism and black humor inspired by Shibusawa (surrealist and translator of Marquis de Sade). Yukio Mishima, one of the participants, is also one of the models of the photo series "Masculine deaths". He was to commit suicide 3 years later. Editor: Tatsuhiko Shibusawa. Art director : Makoto Horiuchi. Photographers: Vol.1: Kishin Shinoyama p.1-3, Ikko Narahara p.4-5, Eiko Hosoe p.6-7, p.12-13, Masahisa Fukase p.8-11, Osamu Hayasakip.14-16, Yoshihiro Tatsuki p.145-159. Vol.2: Yoshihiro Tatsuki, cover ; p.1-8, Yasuhiro Yoshioka p.73-80. Vol.3: Kishin Shinoyama p.1-16, Shomei Tomatsu p.201-208 (photographs from « Oo! Shinjuku ») Vol.4: . Kiyoshi Awazu, cover. Yasuhiro Yoshioka p.1-12, p.197-204. Texts by: Tatsuhiko Shibusawa, Yukio Mishima, Taruho Inagaki, Jun’nosuke Yoshiyuki, Kôichi Iijima, Jûrô Kara; Ikuya Kato, Minoru Yoshioka, Ryûichi Tamura, and translation into Japanese of texts by Georges Bataille, Apollinaire, Pierre Moryon (Pieyre de Mandiargues).

[#18380]

CINEMA RISING

Numbers 1-3 (all publ.). . London (UK), Cinema Rising Ltd. 1972. Tabloid, unpaginated. Very good, almost mint set.

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Ed. Tony Rayns. The first issue: The Naked Lunch on Film ?, background to Third World Cinema Film Festival, Film in Belfast; Cannes '72; Directory of Independent Film Makers; interview with Antony Balch (maker of "Towers Open Fire", "The Cut Ups", and "Bill & Tony"), and features stills of William Burroughs from "Towers Open Fire". Interview with Donald Cammell, incl. stills from "Performance" and a photo of the director with James Fox in Powis Square. Photos of Kenneth Anger at work; cover photo of Joe Dallesandro; etc. Number 2: Hitchcock's Frenzy, interviews with Jean-Luc Godard and François Truffaut, etc. Number 3 with an interview with Mike Hodges; reviews of Warhol movies shown at Cannes; Fellini's "Roma"; Hitchcock; "Fritz the Cat"; back page ad. for "A Clockwork Orange".

[#13112]

CINÉMATOGRAPHE

La revue de l'actualité cinématographique.

Nos. 1-126. Paris, février 1973-janvier 1987. Original pictorial wrappers. 4to. Lacks 10 issues.

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Collection of 117 thematic issues, profusely illustrated. Lacking nos. 9-11, 15, 18, 22, 24, 29, 50 & 59, and two issues slightly waterstained. Published till 1990.

[#18942]

CLE

Complete run of 8 issues spanning the period 1977-1997: all with confusing numbering: no.1, no.2, no.3, no.3A and no.3B. Cleveland/Ohio, 1977-1981. At first 29x21cm, then tabloid, folded 29x20 cm, then 40 pages newsprint 29x20 cm, all b/w,occasional colour on covers; thicker and with flexidisc included nos. 3A and B. Then resurrected in 1995 with issue no.3.x followed by issue no.4.0 in 1996 and no.5 in 1997 (each with one or more CD's included, mint copies, still in the original protextive foil.

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Complete run of this creative Cleveland punk magazine!. Coverage and contributors include Pere Ubu, Devo, Pagans, Electric Eels, Tin Huey and more! Some issues (e.g. the first) are very scarce.

[#19078]

CREAM PUFF WAR

Nos. 1-2 (all publisched). Alec. Santa Clara, CA, 1991/93. 2,75x21 cm, stapled,. (Right bottom corner of no 2 with some waterdamage, not affecting text of images) 64pp, 112pp. Complete with the 2 disks (see below), rare.

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Dedicated to the San Franciso Bay Area sound, with interviews and features, edited by Jud Cost and Alec Palao. Number 1 includes the one-sided flexi-disc featuring a version of "Bleeding Rose" by The Final Solution, Number 2 includes the double-sided flexidisk featuring the Syndicate of Sound ("Louie Louie"), the Purple Earthquake, and Powder. Both issues include in-depth features on The Great Society; The Vejtables and The Mojo Men; The Mystery Trend; The Chosen Few/Flamin' Groovies; The Chocolate Watch Band; The Charlatans; Syndicate of Sound; The Final Solution, and other obscure band.

[#18547]

DAMAGE

Collection of 8 numbers: Nos. 5-12/13 (=last published). San Francisco, March 1980-June 1981, without nos. 9 and 11, but inclusive of the Special Issue "Western Front Edition". Tabloid newsprint, some moderate toning, else excellent condition.

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The Bay Area's answer to LA's Slash magazine, and equivalent to New York Rocker. About 40 pages each, printed b/w with a colour added the to nicely designed front pages. Unparalleled early punk coverage of the flourishing SF punk scene. No. 5: March 1980 Coverage includes Offs, Johanna Went, Madness and Nick Zedd's They Eat Scum. No. 6: May 1980 Lene Lovich, Lydia Lunch, Mutants etc. No. 7: July 1980 installment with Cramps, Tokyo scene including a Friction interview and Flipper. No. 8: August 1980 coverage of Gang of Four, Crime and PiL. Western Front festival special edition from October 1980, published between issue 9 and 10. Pictures and profiles of all participating bands including Black Flag, Bob, Cosmetics, Crime, DOA, Feederz, Gears, Lewd,Nervous Gender and on and on. No. 10: Magazine, Amos Poe, Castration Squad and the usual heapin' helpin' of SF coverage. Published November 1980. No. 12/13: June 1981 swan song of this top-notch SF mag. DOA, Roky Erickson, Chrome, Stranglers, Siouxsie, Robert Anton Wilson etc.

[#18411]

DESTROY ALL MONSTERS MAGAZINE

1976-1979 [Signed Limited Edition]. New York: Primary Information, 2012. First Edition. 4to. Original pictorial wraps. SIGNED by the collective's original members: Mike Kelley, Cary Loren, Niagara, and Jim Shaw. WITH: Original signed 25,3x20 cm silver print by Cary Loren and a small glycine baggie of dirt from God's Oasis -- the commune Mike Kelley and Jim Shaw lived in from 1974 to 1976 and which served as the collective's musical practice space. Limited edition, one of 75 copies numbered on the verso of the photograph, (this #7). In original mylar bag, as issued. Fine.

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From the publisher: "Destroy All Monsters Magazine was edited by Cary Loren and contained artwork, photographs, and flyers from bandmates Mike Kelley, Cary Loren, Niagara, and Jim Shaw. Printed using any papers and techniques available to the band, the issues combine the cut and paste tactics of punk zines with a psychedelic affinity for color. Destroy All Monsters Magazine functions as a kind of manifesto, providing insight into the band through densely layered pages with movie imagery, kitsch, cartoons, delicate drawings, and counter-culture collages. While Destroy All Monsters has been the subject of recent exhibitions and partial reprints, this is the first time that all issues have been reprinted." Almost certainly one of the last items signed by Kelley before his recent suicide.

[#17471]

DING

Onderwater krant.

Nos. 1-10 (all publ.). Merchtem/Mechelen (Belgium). Sept. 1970-Aug. 1971. Tabloid size, on newsprint, (some issues with price-stickers on the covers).

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Belgian pop and underground magazine in the style of Hitweek/Aloha, edited by Jos Vanhamme, with contribs. on Jim Morrison, The Band, Elton John, Rolling Stones and articles like: Pop-Art in het Casino?, Zwerven door Azië, Fuck the Army, Green Revolution. Contribs. by Leopold M. van den Brande, Herwig Verleyen, Stefan v.d. Langenberg, Luc Vereyck, Samuel Clemens, a.o.

[#19111]

DOWN BEAT

50 Years With Armstrong

Vol. 17, No. 14. Chigaco: Down Beat, July 14, 1950. Tabloid format periodical, printed on cheap paper, 19pp. Folded into magazine wrappers. Light wear at folds, some chipping to delicate edges. Signed by Armstrong and his band.

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Special issue of this important Jazz magazine celebrating the 50th birthday of Louis Armstrong, who is pictured on the cover. Includes numerous features about and tributes to Armstrong, as well as an Armstrong discography. The front cover has been signed by Armstrong in green ink, as well as by the members of his current band: Earl "Fatha" Hines, Jack Teagarden, Arvell Shaw, Barney Bigard, Sleepy Grider, Cozy Cole and singer Velma Middleton. Additionally, one of Armstrong's chief rivals at the time, trumpeter Henry "Red" Allen, has also signed inside.

[#13900]

EROS

Nos. 1-4 (all publ.). New York, Spring 1962 - Winter 1962. Folio; orig stiff boards . Numerous illustrations. Almost unread set in exceptional clean, near fine condition. With prospectus in No. 1.

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Published by Ralph Ginzburg, with a.o. contributions on erotic art (Erotic sculpture in India; The Brothel in Art), literature and photographic essays by Garry Winogrand (Love in the Subway), Marvin Newman (Les Demoiselles de la Rue St. Denis), Madame Tellier's Brothel, by Guy De Maupassant, illustrated by Edgar Degas. In no. 3 'The last portraits of Marilyn Monroe' by Bert Stern, shot 6 weeks before her death .Contribs. by Nat Hentoff, Arthur Herzog, Leo Kanner, David Bar-Ilan, Dan Greenberg, Ray Bradbury, Allen Ginzberg, Ralph Ginzberg, etc. Ginzberg was indicted under federal obscenity laws and publication ceased with No. 4.

[#19072]

EYE

Vol. 1 No. 1 - Vol. 4 No. 4, March 1968 - May 1969 (Together 15 issues, complete set). Includes the bonus items of the first 12 issues, last 3 did not have bonus items). Condition is vg to near fine, some issues have minute wear, but a pretty clean set, with only no 8 slightly waterstained.

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Eye Magazine was published by Hearst from 1968-1969: an interesting youth lifestyle / rock and roll magazine. Complete set (15 issues). The first 10 issues have posters intact, one is loose (with small paperloss). The 11th issue has the record present but loose, the 12th issue has the Spiderman comic book present (but loose). The last three issues don’t have any bonus items. Complete hard to find with all inserts present. "EYE magazine, where hipness met consumerism, was a brief candle amidst the flickering lights of the 1960s". "An effort by the Hearst Corporation to cash on the exploding youth market in publishing: Glitz, glamour, and guys with money" EYE was well known for its high-quality inserts: *foldout posters of celebrities, a record, a comic book (Spiderman). Edited by Susan Szekely, Pete Hamill, Ed Sanders, Sally Wimmer, Michael Thomas, Charles Slack, John Gabree, Peter Swerdloff, Carig Karpel, Colin Bell, Lisa Wilson, Roy Novak, Al Ellenberg, Karla Kuskin, Nancy Weber, and others. Some features and names: Draft Women Now !, Psychedelic Color Poster, Jom Morrison, Mick Jasgger portrait poster, Jim Hendrix,Poster The Beatles, The Dylan Fgang, Tom Wolfe, John Lennen/Paul McCartney, Mick Jagger, Beach Boy, Candy Bergen, Steve McQueen, Rolling Stoness, Boy and the Pill, Dustin Hofman.

[#18679]

FANATIC

Numbers 1-2 (all publ.). Chicago (1980 - 1981). Tabloid size. Some minor wear and toning to covers.

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Rock/Punk Music magazine covering Chicago's early punk scene along with national acts. Kennerth Anger Interview; Performance Art; Iggy; Bowie;Subterranean Pop, etc.; . Under the editorship of William Levy a.ka. the Talmudic Wizard of Amsterdam (and author of The Virgin Sperm Dancer). The issues feature the impressive design work of Willem de Ridder as well as Levy's humorous and controversial article on Ian Sommerville's sex habits. No. 2 Special Low Mindedness Issue.

[#18604]

FAÇADE

Mensuel.

Nos. 1-14 (all publ.). Paris, 1976-1979. L. folio 24,5x29 cm; original pictorial wrappers; with numerous illustrations & photographs. (Without the number 13,which was not published). In good condition, except for some light damage to the spines of some issues.

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The French counterpart of Andy Warhol's Interview, founded and directed by Alain Benoist, with Laurent Laclos, Jean-Luc Maître, Hervé Pinard. Features on Salvador Dali, Sophia Loren, Jack Nicholson, Mick Jagger, Andy Warhol, Taooing & Piercing, Catherine Deneuve, Gina Lollobrigida, Gerard Depardieu, Jacques Monory, Gilles Roy, Keith Richard etc.; contains first publication of Pierre et Gilles (L'Idiot, a fantastic portrait of Iggy Pop). Collaboration by: Hervé Pinard, Yves Adrien Thierry Ardisson, Jean-Edern Hallier, Djemila Khelfa2 (sister of Farida Khelfa), Jean-Luc Maitre. Jean-Baptiste Mondino, Alain Pacadis, Pierre et Gilles, Philippe Starck.

[#15521]

FLAIR

The Monthly Magazine.

Vol. 1 nos 1-11; Vol. 2 no 1 (all publ). New York, Febr.1950-Jan.1951. Folio; unbound, original pictorial wrappers; numerous illustrations, photographs, etc. Together with: FLAIR ANNUAL. 1953 (all). New York, 1952. Original publ. dec. cloth. 230 pp; folio. All are in fine condition, a few small defects to spines and very slight dust-soilage to some covers (only vol.1 no 7 with slight damage to the punch-hole). A bit of negligible soilage to some of the covers, altogether an excellent set.

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Complete set in fine condition of this magnificently produced monthly, edited by Fleur Cowles, with colour-ads, inserts, and beautiful coloured wrappers, several of which (as a special trade-mark of the publication) have a see-through punch hole as part of the design. Flair was a magazine of Art, Fashion, Literature, Entertainment, Decor and Travel, with innovative lay-outs and designs. Issues of 130 pages on glossy paper, full of photographs and illustrations, and with contribs. byJean Cocteau, W.H. Auden, Tennessee Williams, Salvador Dali (The Gypsy Angels of Spain), François Mauriac, Jean Genet, Colette, Jules Supervielle, Simone de Beauvoir, Helene Walker, John O'Hara, Robert Ruark, and many others; special issues on Paris, New York, London, the 'All Male'-issue College Review Issue, etc. This fine magazine, very typical for the early fifties and epoch making in journalism, had to give up publication after twelve issues. The Flair Annual was an attempt to revive this splendid production.

[#18941]

FLIPSIDE

Nos. 1-54. Whittier, Cal., 1977-1987. Unbound, original wrappers, spine stapled. At first 21,5x17,5 (18-20 pages), after no. 7 enlarging to 28x22 and expanding to 32 pages; expanding again after no 29, 40 pages and glossy colour covers. Till no 22 b/w mimeographed, after no 23 some colour added to covers and occasionally inside, no 29 onw printed in offset. With only occasional minor wear in some of the later issues, this set is in overall excellent condition.

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Originally published as "Los Angeles Flipside" , then just "Flipside", from no 29 as "Flipside Fanzine", without a doubt the rarest and most important run that was ever on the market. The crucial first decade of this seminal LA Punk/Rock fanzine, together with Slash the defining documents of the early LA punk scene. Whereas Slash sets can be assembled with some patience, a complete run of Flipside borders on the impossible thanks to the scarcity of the early issues. Flipside issues no. 1 and no. 3 rank among the rarest and most sought-after US punk fanzines. The set concludes with a copy of the 10th Anniversary issue no.54) which includes highlights and excellent print histories for the magazine's first decade. Flipside continued publishing until 2000, but not with such important contributors and bands of this early period. (note: the second issue label 52 is actually 53). No. 16 is a compilation of earlier issues. Features Eulogy, Punk Roq, Germs, Clash, Waesels, Iggy, Fashion Show, Dead Boys, Dave Trout (Weirdos), Zippers, Spastics, Rodney Bingenheimer, Backstage Pass, Runaways, Masque, The Quick, Skulls, Bags, F-Word, Sex Pistols, Zeros, Screamers, Needles & Pins, Alley Cats, and many more.

[#19990]

FREEK PRESS

Isle of Wight Festival (UK), 1970. Nos. 1 to 8 (all published): Single foolscap sheets stencilled on both sides (except nos. 2, 3 and 7, rectos only). All originals except no. 33 supplied in xerox facsimile.

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Edited by Mick Farren, collaboration of Friends, Ink, OZ, Free(K) Press: on the occasion of the 1970 Isle of Wight Festival. Featuring Robin Farquarson, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, The Doors, Tiny Tim, Angels President Buttons, Donovan, Jeff Dexter, and Joan Baez are among those mentioned en passant, along with news of 'Performances', printing a lengthy quote from Donald Cammell.

[#18676]

FRENZY

Boston's 'New Wave' Rock Mag!

Nos. 1-2 (all publ.) Boston (1977 - 1978) Newsprint, folded, 22,5 x 29 cm. 16 pp.

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Short-lived, pioneering Boston punk newsprint fanzine with excellent contents cover-to-cover. Only two issues published. Edited & published by Robert Alan Colby, No. 1 contributions by Don Guyette, Rita Ratt, Denise Donahue, Eric Van, Liz Ireland, Ms. Lyn, Pablo Hurtado and Pseudo-Carol. Large interviews with William Alexander and Richard Nolan. No. 2 contributions by Eric Van, Bill Tupper, Helen Sway Privett a.o. DMZ, Atlantic, Euphoria Records Dead Boys.

[#18945]

FRIENDS

Nos. 1-29 (all publ.). London, 1969-1971, continued as: FRENDZ. Nos. 1-35 (all publ.). London, May 1971-Sept. 1972. Tabloid, except no 2 which is 4to; newsprint; unbd. (also numbered :FRIENDS Nos. 1-28 (London: December 1969-May 3, 1971) / FRENDZ No. 1 (ie. No.29 of Friends) - No.35 all published). Printed in b./w with occasional colouring. (63 issues). Condition generally good to very good, only occasional light staining and discoloration of the paper.

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Underground paper which started off as the British edition of Rolling Stone; No. 1 of 'Frendz' is identical to no. 29 of the precursor. Edited by Alan Marcuson, later by Jerome Burn and John May (includes the Great British Catalogue, which is equivalent to the U.S. Whole Earth Catalogue). Frendz was formed when Friends went into liquidation, and under Jerome Burne and John May it became known for its in-depth coverage of all aspects of the alternative society. It was a rival to IT and OZ. Extensive coverage of music (especially local heroes Hawkwind and the Pink Fairies, and the newly-burgeoning rock festivals they and others like them played at - Bath, Isle of Wight, Phun City, Glastonbury, Bickershaw, etc.), as well as all aspects of the drug culture; the Oz trial; the occult; ecology (including Whole Earth catalogue supplements); the Notting Hill scene (of which the paper formed an intrinsic part); the White Panthers; etc. Main contributors include David May, Barney Bubbles, Jonathon Green, Rosie Boycott, Pennie Smith, Heathcote Williams, Nick Kent, Stanislaw Demidjuk, Charles Radcliffe, David Widgery, Felix de Mendelssohn, Charles Bukowski, Michael Moorcock, Robert Calvert. Interviews with JG Ballard, William Burroughs, Wavy Gravy, John & Yoko, the MC5, AJ Weberman, Mo Tucker & Doug Yule, and Kate Millet.

[#17150]

FUCK YOU

A Magazine of the Arts.

No. 5, vol. 8, March 1965. The "Third Anniversary Mad Motherfucker Issue! Cover by ANDY WARHOL !! From his evil "Couch movie", being an original thermofax print. New York, Fug Press. 76 sheets, mimeographed on various colour paper, with the thermofax front cover (which has three small chips, leaving the important image still entirely visible, see photograph).) still attached. Side-stapled; last 20 pages stapled upside down, last text page pulled loose from the staples, otherwise in very good condition. (27,8x21,5 cm).

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A highly sought after issue, scarce with the fragile Thermofax original cover by Andy Warhol. The artwork features a still from Warhol’s banned Couch Movie, featuring Factory regulars Gerard Malanga, Rufus Collins, and Kate Helicser. Illustrated throughout with line drawings by Sanders. In 1964, Warhol and Gerard Malanga began experimenting with the new Thermofax technology. One direction these experiments took were collaborations with New York avant-garde poets, including Ron Padgett's book 2/2 Stories for Andy Warhol published by C Press. The Thermofax, like the silkscreen, provided another way for Warhol to distance himself from artistic creation and introduce the machine into his creative process. Warhol's use of the Thermofax however represented a rawer and more cutting edge technology than the other photo-reproductive processes he used in his art such as traditional silkscreening. The images used in his Thermofax series are also more transgressive, reflecting his fascination with the cultural taboos, evinced by his cover art for Fuck You.

[#16170]

FYLKINGEN INTERNATIONAL BULLETIN

No. 1. 1966; Nos. 1-2. 1967; No. 1.1969: SPECIAL Issue: Fylkingen Catalogue of TEXT - SOUND - COMPOSITIONS (Cat. Raisonne) Copyright 1969; No. 2.1969. (original wrappers, fine, and the special issue in blue plastic ring binder, w. printed title, 25 x 25 cm, stapled, 32 unpag. pp.). TOGETHER WITH: Fylkingen Och Sveriges Radio Presenterar Tre Kvaller Med Text-Ljud-Kompositioner II. April 1969 Stockholm: Fylkingen, 1969. 30 x 21 cm 4 pp loose in folded paper cover. Includes a programme of radio transmissions, loosely inserted. Swedish text. A few marks to cover o.w. very good. (From the archive of Henri Chopin). Probably complete.

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Edited by Fylkingen - Society for Experimental Music and Art . Most probably the complete set. Issue 1/ 1966. FYLKINGEN BULLETIN Nr 1. 1966. Stockholm: Fylkingen Society for Experimental Art, 1966. 24 x 22 cm. 48 pp with b&w illustrations. Swedish text. Printed glossy covers, lightly stained. Contains: John CAGE, Dagbok. (Probably all published of that year). Issue 1/1967 Printed papercovers, 25 x 22 cm, stapled, 44 (+ 2) pp. Texts in English + French. Contributions by K. Wiggen: Memorandum 1965, G. Larsen: Fylkingen, its development and aims, John Pierce, Oskar Hansen, Yona Friedman: Architecture mobile, Anthony Hill, S. Fagerberg, Carl Lesche. Approx. 30 b+w illustr. incl. photogr. of K.H.Stockhausen performing "Kontakte" in 1960 Issue 2 / 1967 Printed papercovers, 25 x 22 cm, stapled, 56 (+ 2) pp. Texts in English + French + Swedish. Contributions by Pierre Schaeffer, Iannis Xenakis, Gunnar Hellstroerm, A. Lucier, NAM JUNE PAIK (Experiment elektronisk bild), Kostas Axelos. Approx. 10 b+w illustr. incl. photographs of PAIK and TV-installation. No. 1.1969: SPECIAL Issue: Fylkingen Catalogue of TEXT - SOUND - COMPOSITIONS (Cat. Raisonne) Copyright 1969. Blue plastic ring binder, w. printed title, 25 x 25 cm, stapled, 32 unpag. pp. No. 2. Stockholm, 1969. Original wrappers; 32 pp.; sq. 8vo. Contribs. incl.: 'Some Functions of Music' (by Erik Götlind); 'The Musical Background of Computer Music' (by Knut Wiggen); 'Fylkingen's group for Linguistic Arts and Text-Sound Compositions' (by Bengt E. Johnson); 'Festival à Stockholm' by Henri Chopin; written score of Bernard Heidsieck's composition 'Terre à Terre'. 25 cm, stapled, 32 unpag. pp. Special Issue: Preface in English by the Fylkingen Linguistic Group. Lists works of Henri Chopin, Bernard Heidsieck, Francois Durfrene, Bob Cobbing, O. Fahlstrom, Ilse + Pierre Garnier, John Giorno, Brion Gysin, Dick Higgins, Jandl, Ray Johnson, Kriwet, Bengt af Klintberg, Jackson MacLow, Ladislav Novak, Carl Reutersward, G. Wolman et al. plus a Discography and Addendas.

[#19482]

GABBA GABBA GAZETTE (La Mere Vipere)

Numbers 1-10 (1977 - 1979) All published, complete run of this pioneering punk fanzine from Chicago. R are complete, in particuler with number 1, which was 4 sheets only, stapled. Later issues expanding to 32 pages. Printed b/w only, with numerous graphics and photographs.

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The Gabba Gabba Gazette was produced in 1977 - 1979 by Mary Alice Ramel. This zine chronicled the early punk/new wave scene of La Mere Vipere. Staff: Mary Alice Ramel - Editor, Jeanne Bukowski - Assistant Editor, Noe Boudreau - Writer Gabba Gabba Gazette is thought to be the first punk zine to emerge in Chicago. It covered the Ramones and the scene surrounding the first punk club, LaMere Vipere.

[#18605]

GULLIVER

Nos. 1-6 (all publ.) Tokyo, Remon-sha, 1978, 29,5x21cm (25,8x18,2cm for no 6), Stapled, covers illustrated by Keiichi Tanaami.

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Editor: Hajime Takakura. Hardcore sex magazine, with interest in motorcycle riders (Bôsôzoku), Rock and Punk Rock, Araki. Also Genpei Akasegawa, Yûtoku-Taishi Akiyama (artists), Tsunehisa Kimura (illustrator), Norio Sugiura bondage photographer), Keizô Miyanishi (manga), Kôji Nakata (writer) Shigechika Satô (filmmaker), Mikio Moriwaki (rock musician). A mix of counter-culture of the 60's with important contributors .Further details on request.

[#18606]

HEAVEN

The Magazine of Visionary Vision and Beyond.

Nos. 1-9 (all publ. ). Tokyo, Heaven Express (1-4) Gunyû-sha (5-9), 1980-1981, 25,7x21cm, illustrated front and back covers, spine stapled, with very light wear. TOGETHER WITH precursor: WX-raY. Catch Wave Magazinbe. No. 0 (only issue published). Tokyo, WXY inc., 1979, 36,4x26cm, 50 pages text and illustrations, illustrated covers stapled in the spine. Cover illustration by Heikichi Harata.Edited and started by the designer Heikichi HARATA, who had before worked as designer for « Shinjuku Play Map (1969-1972) ». In 1979 he starts his own design office under the name « WXY ». This was their flagship publication with the collaboration of numerous important designers and photographers. However iIt only could publish this first Zero-number. Harata then continued his career publishing the magazine "Heaven". Rin Yokokawa, Masayoshi Sukita,Tetsushi Takei, Eiko Takaya ,Kôichi Tanikawa, and others

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Edited by HARATA HEIKICHI (born 1947), who did the graphic design, assisted by Keiji Itô, Harumi Yamazaki, Kazuhiro Watanabe, Jun’ichirô Sanai, Shigetoshi Onodera, Mahito Hashimoto, Iyo Suzuki, DanTakasugi, Atsuko Shiba, Naoya Nakamura, and others. Photography by Nobuyoshi Araki, Masayoshi Sukita, Heikichi Harata, Jun’ichirô Sanai, Hiroaki Ishii, Tadaaki Kimata, Hideki Hirose, Toshirô Kondô, Michinori, Katsumi Oka, Jin Satô, Tetsushi Saitô, Jerry N. Uelsmann, Duane Michaels, Les Krims, Marcia Resnick, Albert Watson, Rena Small, Katsuyuki Yamamoto, Daimon Musashino. Texts by: Izumi Suzuki, Shiori Inaki, Mitushiro Takemura, and others Comics by: Harumi Yamazaki, Hirokazu Watanabe, Yla Okudaira, Kazuhiro Watanabe, Shigeru Sugiura, Roman Slocombe, Bruno Richard, Yoshikazu Ebisu, Ginji Sabasawa, Ôji Suzuki, Shôichi Shiomi.

[#17598]

HIGH TIMES

The Magazine of High Society.

Numbers 1-76. Summer 1974 - December 1981. In the original coloured wrappers, overall condition is excellent with some issues "like new" and others with only minor reading wear. Front and back covers all intact and fine (except for a rubberstamp on no.16 and an old mailing label on no 55;small ink mark on no 60; one spine split). The first in the premiere edition, First state with $1.00 price and "premiere issue" on the cover (grey and blue-green colored pictorial wrappers) A very rare ongoing set of the earliest period.

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Editor: Ed Dwyer. From the announcement-letter (May 16, 1974): "The Trans-High Corporation of New York announced today the publication of a new magazine.... It offers extensive and sophisticated coverage of the pleasure and psychochemical culture.... articles ranging from the ecology of cannabis paper to an investigative report on a nine-ton pot bust. ...A regular feature of High Times is a comprehensive Wall Street Journal-type listing of psychochemical prices around the world (=in fact 'High Witness News'). ..Also featured are medical and legal columns written by leading experts as well as eclectic reviews of films, records and books. ... psychochemicals have become the cause of psychological and sociological problems; to alleviate these problems, the first step is to take a more thorough look. This is the purpose of High Times." Contribs. by Richard Ashley, Bruce Eisner, Albert Goldman, Michael Horowitz, Ron Rosenbaum, John Wilcock, Deanne Stillman, a.o. Also interviews with (o.a.) the Dalai Lama, Albert Hofmann, Dr. Norman Zinberg, Andy Warhol, Peter Beard, Fran Lebowitz, Keith Richard, Marianne Faithfull, etc. In addition to the controversial drug coverage and in-depth countercultural articles, there is a sizeable amount of early punk rock coverage thanks to Tom Forcade's early interest in the Sex Pistols and punk music as the "next big thing". Forcade even provided funding for John Holmstrom's Punk magazine at one point. While High Times continues to this day, the focus here was on music related coverage and therefore this particular run ends in 1981 where the musical interest also begins to taper off.

[#19188]

HITWEEK (and ALOHA)

-HITWEEK; (No. 1) thru the end of year 4 (last publ.). Amsterdam 17 Sept.1965 - 25 April 1969 (all published, 189 issues, complete set) Then continued as -ALOHA. Years 1-5 (all and last publ. Tog.156 issues). . Amsterdam, 9 Mei 1969-26 April 1974. Unbound, original issues as published, tabloïd size, on newsprint. Numerous illustrations and photographs. All issues in good condition. Innovative design and lay-out by Willem de Ridder a.o. With two rare window stickers.

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Complete as offered here a very rare set of the oremost pop- and underground magazine of the '60s and '70s in The Netherlands, with groundbreaking original new design (Willem de Ridder). This has not been on the market as a complete set for many years. Organ of the 'youth rebellion', with strong ties to the Provo-movement and Kabouters / Orange Free State, founded by Willem de Ridder and Peter Muller. founded by Willem de Ridder and Peter Muller. Contribs. Contributions a.o by Anthon Beeke, André van der Louw, Cor Jaring, Evert Geradts, Ewald Vanvught, Ed van der Elsken, Harry Buckinx, Hans Plomp, Herman Pieter de Boer, Hans Verhagen, Jan Cremer, Jan Donkers, Josje Leeger, Koos Zwart, Laurie Langenbach, Lennaert Nijgh, Luud Schimmelpennink, Marijke Koger, Nico Haasbroek, Peter Schröder, Pim Oets, Robert Crumb, Richter Roegholt,Rogier Proper, Frits Boer, Bernard Holtrop, Willem, Simon Vinkenoog, Thom Jaspers, Theo van den Boogaard, Wim de Bie, Wim Noordhoek, Wouter van Oorschot, Yoko Ono and many others. HITWEEK published as follows: - 1st year no. 1 (17 september 1965) - no. 53 (16 september 1966) : - 2nd year no. 1 (23 september 1966) - no. 52 (15 september 1967) ; - 3rd year no 1 (22 september 1967 - no. 52 (13 september 1968) ; - 4th year no. 1 (20 september 1968) - no. 32 (25 april 1969), Amsterdam, 1965-1969, continued as: ALOHA. Years 1-5 (all and last publ.). Amsterdam, 9 Mei 1969-26 April 1974. Each year 26 numbers, except Year 1-2 which has 52 numbers. Unbound, original issues as published, tabloïd size, on newsprint. Numerous illustrations and photographs. All issues in good condition.

[#8105]

DE HOEK VAN DE STRAAT

Nos. 1-5 (all publ.). Amsterdam, Oct. 1976-1977. L. folio; ills. (No. 3 is present with 3 variant-covers, silver/aluminum, yellow and red with identical image, light wear to edges, but generally fine).

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Ed. by Robert Malasch & Carlot Wissing. Photographs, interviews, reports on the Amsterdam avant-garde art scene, galleries, theatre, dance, new trends in fashion, interesting lay-out and advertising. Interviews and features include Sandberg, Aldo van Eyck, Gilbert & George, Paul de Leeuw, Wally Tax, Philip Glass, photographs Kerr, Charlie Wissing, Koen Wessing, etc.

[#16628]

HOLLYWOOD QUARTERLY

Volume 1 - 5 (all publ.). Berkeley & Los Angeles:(University of California Press), 1945-1950. Together 20 issues and supplement issue to 1 no 1. Original printed wrappers. An excellent set.

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Edited by John Howard Lawson, S.T. Farquhar, a.o. (Hollywood Writers Mobilization). Precursor to The Quarterly of Film, Radio, and Television, and Film Quarterly, which is still being published. "The first issue of Hollywood Quarterly, in October 1945, marked the appearance of the most significant, successful, and regularly published journal of its kind in the United States. For its entire life, the Quarterly held to the leftist utopianism of its founders, several of whom would later be blacklisted. The journal attracted a collection of writers unmatched in North American film studies for the heterogeneity of their intellectual and practical concerns: from film, radio, and television industry workers to academics; from Sam Goldwyn, Edith Head, and Chuck Jones to Theodor Adorno and Siegfried Kracauer." (Quoted from the Univ.of Calif.Anthology).

[#18847]

Bart HUGES

Suikergoed & marsepein. Amsterdam, Barbara Huges, 1968. 4to, (4), 24 pages, stencilled on recto only, original clothbacked wrappers of textured card, with mounted, handcoloured illustration and holograph title in handwritten lettering with a marker pen (very light soilage to the back wrapper) TOGETHER WITH: Another copy of this work, the second expanded edition with a typographically pinted frontcove in red, green and blue on textured card, taped spine, 34 pages, printed on recto only. (back cover lightly soiled).

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A self-published treatise on trepanation by a member of the Dutch Provo who had experienced the act firsthand. On January 6, 1965, Huges famously self-trepanated himself in a square in Amsterdam, drilling into his own head with a (Black & Decker ?) drill. Huges had studied as a medical student, where he developed the belief that since mankind began to walk upright our heads have been starved of oxygen; he believed that by trepanning, one could achieve a permanent high, bringing his actions into the psychedelic trajectory and influencing a select cadre of auto-trepanationists who have sought freedom from the boundaries of the skull. Very rare documents.

[#8260]

INS AND OUTS

A Magazine of Awareness.

Nos. 1-4/5 (all publ.). Amsterdam, June 1978 - July 1980. Original pictorial wrappers; illustrations & photographs.

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Journal of the "Magic Amsterdam" 'avant-garde', edited. by Edward Woods, with assistance of, and guest-editorships by Ira Cohen, Mel Clay, Neeli Cherkovski, Hans Plomp, William Levy, a.o. Articles & photographs by Steef Davidson (on the Nieuwmarkt: Subway Culture in Amsterdam), Mel Clay (The Myth of the Male Orgasm. Window Shopping in Amsterdam Red Light District), Hans Plomp, Rachel Pollack, Ira Cohen, Simon Vinkenoog (on Magic Amsterdam). Marijke Mooy,, Steve Weiss, Jessie Gordon, Bruce Carpenter & Charlz Baba, Rachel Pollack, Magic Mike Taylor.Bert Schierbeek, Tajiri, Marpa, a.o.

[#16328]

INTERVIEW

(ANDY WARHOL'S INTERVIEW orig. as: Inter/VIEW).

Year 1 nos. 1-12. New York, n.d. (November) 1969 - n.d. (November?) 1970. - Together with: Year 2 no 1. January 1971. Together 13 issues. Tabloïd, selfcovers, printed on newsprint in b/w, nos. 2 onward often with one colour added for the front and back cover. All issues are unfolded and - despite the poor paper quality and endemic browning - in near mint condition with only very little edgewear to some issues . Number 9 has 2 closed tears ab.4 cms., but otherwise still a very good copy. Very rare now.

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The beginning of Andy Warhol's journal "Interview" (cover title "inter/VIEW", subtitled 'A monthly film journal'). Edited by Gerard Malanga (till no. 3), Paul Morrissey, John Wilcock (the hippie publisher of 'Other Scenes', who was Interviews first printer), and Andy Warhol. Undoubtedly the most influential monthly for the jet-set since the late sixties, it developed from this exclusive film magazine to the foremost publication of avant-garde, pop-art, pop-music, film and photography. The first issue (Collectors edition) featured a photograph of Viva naked on the cover with her (also naked) co-stars James Rado and Jerome Ragni (Hair) from Lions Love, directed by Agnes Varda. Further issues with photographs taken by the world's most famous photographers and interviews with the world's celebrities and filmmakers: Mick Jagger, Jane Fonda, Jim Morrison, Joe Dallesandro, Jean-Paul Belmondo, Alain Delon, Rolling Stones, Don Johnson, special issues on Woodstock, Rita Hayworth, First Anniversary Edition 8th New York Film Festival, Elvis Presley, etcetera. Features interviews and essays on films (with Varda, Michael Sarne, George Cukor, Visconti, Kazan, Shepard, Owens, Ritchi, George Avakia, Pasolini, Robert Altman, MASH, John Schlesinger, Fellini Poppaea, Ingrid Bergman, Larry Kramer, Costa-Gavras, and many more). Vol. 2 no 1 is Best Film Venice Film Festival, Barbara Loden's Wanda.

[#15315]

INTRO

Nos. 1-5. Odhams Press Ltd., 189 High Holburn, London. September 23 - October 21, 1967, plus two unnumbered issues dated November 11 and December 2, 1967. Orig. selfwrappers, illustrated throughout; issues of 30 pages, width 17,5 x heighth 44 Cm; clean copies, occasional dogeared, only the first number lacks ab. 3 cm of the right top corner of the front cover.

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Beautifully produced lifestyle magazine, a weekly for fashion, design, pop-culture and music, printed on newsprint in bright colours, with many full page illustrations, fashion photographs etc. The first number "promises you: the kind of magazine somebody ought to have started years ago. The kind of magazine that knows what's going on…We're brighter, using colours in far-out new ways… News about clothes, hair, make-up, News about people, records, jobs, clubs, opinions, places, your loves, hates…."

[#15408]

IT (THE INTERNATIONAL TIMES)

Nos. 1-164 (all). London, 14 Oct. 1966-Oct. 1973; -TOGETHER WITH FIRST REVIVAL: Vol. 2 nos. 1-3 (all published under the original editors). London, May/June-August 1974. Unbound, folio, tabloïd, some issues 4to; illustrated. - TOGETHER WITH SECOND REVIVAL: Vol. 3 (1975) till Vol. 5 no 6 (=final issue, published June 1980; the complete period lacking vol.3 no 1 only). - ALSO PRESENT ARE SPECIAL ISSUES:: - No. 10,5 Emergency Issue (on yellow paper, margins torn and soiled), - No. 14,5 Summer Sadness for John Hopkins (=large folding poster in colour) - No. 22, 5 Instant Information Poster. Happy New Life 1968 (=large folding poster, b/w, - 'Frivolous Summer Issue' 1980 (Tabloïd) and - undated (smaller size) 'Festival Issue-Official Guide to what's next'. The issues in this set are Tabloïd, and a few 4to, all are in generally good to very good condition, with inevitable slight damage to margins and over foldings of some of the issues, and some discoloration due to the newsprint- paper. Together with window poster: YOU CAN GET IT HERE Window poster. 22,5x28,8 cm., b/w. Offset in black on white stock. 22.9x30.4cm. Illustrated with the IT logo, featuring Theda Bara, with lettering by Michael English. The first printing of this flyer, slightly larger than later versions, and with the paper's name, address and telephone number printed along the lower edge. This copy has corner pinholes from having originally been attached to the wall at Indica Books, but is otherwise Near Fine.

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The major underground paper of Britain, wellknown also abroad, edited by Barry Miles, later TomMcGrath and Bill Levy. Published as nos. 1-164, 14 Oct. 1966 - 19 Oct. 1973; vol. 2 nos. 1-3, May/June - Aug. 1974; vol. 3 nos. 2-4, July-November 1975; 1976 no. 1 (Sep.) -12, Aug. 1977; vol. 4 nos. 1-12, (Jan.) - Dec. 1978; vol. 5 nos. 1-5, March 1979 - Jan./Feb. 1980 and some additional 'half'-numbers. The emphasis of the paper changed markedly over the years according to who was on the editorial collective,either predominantly artistic, political and literary, or predominantly sexual at times. Several important legal actions have been brought against it. IT's impact on design, style and writing techniques has remained till this day. It was financed in periods by The Beatles and was central to the development of 1960's culture. No. 1 publishes an obituary of Andre Breton by Jean-Jacques Lebel, Yoko Ono's Indica Gallery show, Bob Cobbings's Group H exhibition, Simon Vinkenoog on Provo Amsterdam, report on Timothy Leary's show from Bubu in New York, LSD; Dope prices, Pink Floyd Mix Media Show, etc. No. 2 brings the report on the IT launch party. Further issues have features on practically all important aspects of the period, the drug scene, anti-Vietnam demonstrations, happenings in Amsterdam, Alexander Trocchi, and so on. Contribs. include: William Burroughs, Allen Ginsberg, Alexander Trocchi, Bertrand Russell, Bob Dylan, Ezra Pound, Gary Snyder, Adrian Mitchell, Buckminster Fuller, Fritz Teufel, Norman Mailer, Claes Oldenburg, Abbie Hoffmann, Dick Gregory, Jeff Nuttall, Timothy Leary, Michael Abdul Malik, Jim Haynes, Miles, Bob Cobbing, Simon Vinkenoog, Yoko Ono, but mostly staff journalists. The revival period (after Barry Miles was no longer the editor) is extremely scarce.

[#19465]

JAY'S JOURNAL OF ANOMALIES

Numbers 1-16 (Volumes 1-4). 16 Issues, The complete set plus related ephemera. Los Angeles: Ricky Jay / W & V Dailey, 1994-2000. First Edition. 4to. Self-wrappers. Letterpress printed by Patrick Reagh on Rives Heavyweight paper. Sixteen issues plus assorted related ephemera, including most of the original mailing envelopes. Fine condition.

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Complete run in the original imprint of Ricky Jay's exceptionally-produced periodical of "conjurers, cheats, hoaxters, pranksters, jokesters, impostors, pretenders, side-show showmen, armless calligraphers, mechanical marvels, [and] popular entertainments." bizzare, and eccentric individuals. The circus, the side shows, the freaks, the daredevils, the magicians, the London Fairs, Bartholomew Fair and their collection of off beat eccentrics. With the likes of P.T. Barnum and his collection of eccentrics, and the side shows, the Magicians, with the likes of Isaac Fawkes, Robert Houdin, Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser, the Herrmann's, Harry Houdini, etc. Profusely illustrated with drawings and posters, many in full color. A quarterly publication, written by Jay, drawn entirely from his own personal collection, and sumptuously printed by Patrick Reagh, JAY'S JOURNAL sought to be "[a]n anomaly devoted to anomalies." As he later wrote in the afterword to 2001 trade reprint of the journal: "The major catalyst [...] was the pursuit of a higher standard of illustration, type, and paper than the mainstream publishers of my earlier work were able to provide. I wished to do justice to materials collected over long years [...] The idea of a [...] fine-press book intrigued me less than a periodical with high production values - a magazine printed letterpress on mold-made paper, with tipped-in color illustrations" (163). A luxurious production devoted to the curious and issued in decidedly small runs, individual issues are uncommon and sets scarce. The provenance of this set would be the first original subscriber. The set includes annual renewal forms, original mailings envelopes, and an illustrated letterpress broadside announcement published by the Quantuck Lane Press of an exhibition of Jay's collection of magic-related broadsides from the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries.

[#18299]

JAZZWERELD

Nos 1-43 (all published). Hilversum, International Musicals, July 1965 - May-June 1973. Original illustrated stapled wrappers (31,5x23,5 cm). Nos 1-7 have the issue numbers handwritten in ink on the front cover, as well as owner's signature on page 2 or 3. no 14 has some spine damage, but overall a nice set.

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Superb Dutch Jazz magazine with important collaborators. Photographs by Nico van der Stam, Koen Wessing, Hans Katan, Ed van der Elsken a.o.; contibutors include Misja Mengelberg, Philip Freriks, Rudy R.Koopmans, Willem Breuker, Jan Heerma van Voss, a.o.

[#14703]

JEUNE CINÉMA

Revue mensuelle publiée par la Fédération Jean Vigo.

Nos. 51-89. Paris, Déc/Jan. 1970/71 - Sept/Oct. 1975. Original pictorial wrappers. Sm 8vo.

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Avant-garde film magazine, directed by Jean Delmas

[#19305]

JOURN'HAL

Numbers 0, 1 & 2 (complete set, all published). Paris, Publications de la Grande Halle, janvier-juillet 1985, 37,8x26,1cm, 16p., 24p., 16p., in sheets

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Directed by Gilles de Bure, published at the occasion of the transformation of the "Grande Halle de la Villette" into a cultural center (initiative of Jacques Lang) combining Jazz,. Pop, and Contemporary Art next to each other. With the collaboration of Philippe Boggio, François Caviglioli, Bernard Chapuis, Pascal Dolémieux, Elizabeth Philipp, Yves Streith, Philippe Trétiak, Judith Vincent, Gad Weil, SIAP, Jean Charles Rosier, Eve Arnold, Magnum, Richard Kalvar, Sam Cambio, Robert Doisneau, Antoine Blondin, Jean Paul Kaufman, Goudeneiche, Olivier Boissière, Jean Didier Wolfromm, Marc Guillaumot, François Weyergans, Liberatore, Jean Pierre Leloir, Pierre Le tan, Marguerite Duras, Hans Silvester, Paul Azarides, Guy le Querrec, Blaise Ndjehoja, Henri Cartier Bresson, Alain Wais, Dominique Frétard, Marie Dominique Lelièvre, James Cliffson, Robert Giraud.

[#18566]

JUST ANOTHER ASSHOLE

Numbers 3 ,5, 6 and 7 (=last), together: - - Unnumbered issue (No. 3). New York City, n.d. Folio, 48 pp. Original newsprint wraps with small tears at spine. - Just Another Asshole no. 5 - Vinyl LP Record & CD - Z’ev, Arleen Schloss, Gail Vachon, Herr Lugus, Sonic Youth’s Thur / Ess, Barbara; Glenn Branca, eds New York: Just Another Asshole, 1981. First edition. LP Record with CD. New York: Just Another Asshole, 1981. LP, black vinyl in original sleeve. The record is very good with only faint wear. The sleeve is a plain white with a “Just Another Asshole” stamp on the front and a label with the track list on the verso. The sleeve has rubbing, spotting, corner wear, a two-inch split on the bottom egde, and a faint dampstain on the lower left edge. - No. 6. Ess, Barbara and Glenn Branca, eds. Softcover, 186 pages; good condition; front and rear covers have some pin/staple sized holes; spine creased; no internal marks. Includes writings by: Kathy Acker, Eric Bogosian, Jack Goldstein, Dan Graham, Jenny Holzer, Barbara Kruger, Richard Prince, Kiki Smith, David Wojnarowicz and many others. - No. 7 (=last published). Thought Objects. Photographs (pages 1-120, Essays pages 121-141 + Index). 21x21 cm.; orig.pictorial covers. Includes photographs by Sarah Charlesworth, Nan Goldin, Jack Goldstein, Dan Graham, Peter Hujar, Barbara Kruger, Richard Prince, David Wojnarowicz and many others. Essays by Gary Indiana, Cookie Mueller, David Rattray, Amy Taubin, Lynne Tillman, et al. Minor rubbing along spine.

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[#19077]

KICKS

Numbers 1-19 (all publ.) . San Diego (1979 - 1981). Some minor toning and wear but excellent condition overall.

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All 19 issues published of this monthly San Diego Rock music magazine which, in addition to documenting standard rock acts, was the first to document the nascent local punk scene and clubs like the Skeleton Club and bands like the Dils and Zeros.

[#17975]

KILL IT

For Snuffing Glue Freaks

Number 1 (all published). Manchester. Publisher: Badass Productions, nd [c.1977]. 33x21,5cm. 8 pages, stapled upper left corner. On front pages in blue ink handwritten "Sleak!".

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[Alberto y Lost Trios Paranoias]. The first and last issue of this zine which parodied first wave punk in the UK. The title is an obvious reference to the seminal punk zine Sniffin' Glue. Probably issued by the performance group comedy act Alberto y Lost Trios Paranoias, perhaps in conjunction with the play Snuff Rock, which lampooned punk and snuff films. The play "Snuff Rock" was performed (we believe) at the Royal Court theatre in London.The "fanzine" was handed out to the audience in lieu of a programme.

[#16045]

KROSTA

Nunero unico [only number published], Torino, Edizioni Tarzan, 1981; 69x52 cm.

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Mural journal for the rock-music scene in Italy, printed on one side in heliogravure (with light discoloration), photomontages, and photographs: all concerning Rock and Punk music groups.

[#13684]

LUI

Le Magazine de l'Homme Moderne.

Nos. 1-100. Paris, déc. 1963 - mai 1972. In original wrappers (a few somewhat finger-soiled, but generally in very good condition). Illustrated. Very rare complete set of the start.. Added supplement: LUI. Mode Masculine. Hors Série: Nos. 1-(2). oct. 1966 - janv. 1967.

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French equivalent to "Playboy" with contributions on Brel & Brassens, Jeanne Moreau, Anouilh, Salvador Dali, Jean-Paul Sartre, François Truffaut, Charles Trenet, Françoise Sagan, Vadim, Alain Delon, Johnny Hallyday, Charles Aznavour, Stokely Carmichael, Angela Davis, etc. and interviews with Henry Miller, Kim Novak, J.J.Servan-Schreiber, Jean-Paul Belmondo, Brigitte Bardot, Arthur Miller (by Oriana Fallaci), etc. Photographs and covers by Frank Gitty, Francis Giacobetti, Max Danton, Bruce Davidson, Jean-Claude Sauer, Sam Levin, Michel Holsnyder, a.o., with photoreports on Brigitte Bardot (in 5 nos.), Jane Fonda, Claudia Cardinale, Jane Birkin, Ursala Andress, etc. Illustrations by Siné, Tome Ungerer, Sempé a.o. One issue (2) slightly worn, rest in very good condition and complete with all centerfolds.

[#16092]

MAINMISE

Organe québécois de la pensée magique, du rock international, et du gay sçavoir.

No. 1 [octobre 1970] thru No. 78 [Eté 1978]. Quebec, Mainmise, 1970-1978. Nos 1 à 20 and number 'Best of La dope'”, [1972], 21 numbers in-8 [11,5 X 18,5 cm] ab.224/240 pages,illustsrated, Nos 21 à 52, 32 numbers [20 X 27,5 cm.] comprising 64 pages each, illustrated,stapled; Nos. 53 à 78, 26 numbers [29 X 37 cm]. Each 48 pages, illustrated. All numbers with a different illustrated over. Added: Le petit supplément illustré” Nos 1- 9. 1975. [Complete ?] 9 numbers [36X 27cm.] 176 pp of comics with coninuing pagination.

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Founded by Jean Basile and Georges Khalm, member of the Underground Press Syndicate (publié par Pénélope, distribué par les Messageries du Jour). Complete collection of this periodical of the counter-culture movement of Quebec, advocating and reporting on alternative lifestyles and utopian ideology. Abundantly illustrated a.o. by Robert Crumb, R. Cobb, Guynard, M. Pouliot, Baloune etc, Articles and contributions by Pénélope & Linda Gaboriau, Christian Allegre, Jean Basile Bezroudnoff, Kenneth Chalk, Georges Kahl, Denis Vanier, Raymon Lavallée, Buckminster Fuller, Marshall McLuhan, L. Clark Steven, Timothy Leary, Alan Watts, a manifest of homosexual liberation (Carl Wittman), etc. Special issues on all the topics of the time: drugs, free sex, free schools, ecological issues, the media, womens liberation, etc. All in good condition except for some flaws to the covers of numbers 21-28-31-37-47-49 and 52 and ballpen mark on number 40. Number 4 has the folding Quebec-Marijuana-banner which was a supplement.

[#14903]

THE MALE FIGURE

Nos. 1-36 (all publ.). Los Angeles, Los Alamitos, 1956-1966. Orig. colour pictorial wrappers, (13 x 19 Cm, last 2 issue 2 Cm. taller), Numerous photographs. A mint set.

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Photographed and published by Bruce of Los Angeles this publication started to openly publish male physique photography in pin-up style. Issues are also numbered as Volume, and average 48-56 pages. Photography and covers in the beginning b/w only, starting with no. 24 there are colour covers and also some colour photographs inside.

[#16254]

MAXIMUM ROCKNROLL (MAXIMUM ROCK'N'ROLL zine; Maximum Rock and Roll)

Bi-monthly.

Nos. 1-74. San Francisco, MRR, first number not dated (ca. Sept/October 1982) - July 1989. Unbound, as issued, 27,2 x 21 cm, about 56-124 pages/issue, printed on newsprint b/w, stapled in the spine. Endemic browning, some ragged edges and minor spine damage, a few numbers with closed tears, chipped corners. Altogether an excellent clean set with only minor damage to two numbers as detailed at the bottom of the footnote.

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Published (originally) by Jeff Bale, Jeff Berlin, Mark Berlin, Roseann Berlin, Jello Biafra, Bob Black, Booth, Eric Bradner, Mickey Creep, Peter Dimaria, Jim Donovan, Ray Farrell, Fletch, Henry Hample, Dave Rave (photographs) etc.; from the actual MRR website we quote: History of MRR- Maximumrocknroll is a widely distributed monthly fanzine dedicated to supporting the underground punk rock scene. MRR's 20-year plus history and large, obsessed all-volunteer staff has made its punk rock coverage the most consistently up-to-date and reliable around. Several major media conglomerates control most music produced today. In contrast, MRR reinforces the values of the punk underground by remaining independent and not-for-profit. Maximumrocknroll started in 1977 as a punk rock radio show - one of the first and best of all time. "Tim (Yo) and the Gang" played the latest punk and hardcore sounds from across the world, the U.S., and from their home in the bristling SF Bay Area punk scene. "The gang" included personalities like Jeff Bale, Ruth Schwartz, and Jello Biafra. Punk antiheroes regularly visited as guest DJs, and the roster of touring bands interviewed on the show reads like the track list on a classic old comp. The show was notable for the immediacy of the music, a dedication to international coverage (rare at the time), and for explicitly interjecting progressive politics into the dialogue of punk. The show became hugely successful in the underground, and eventually was broadcast from stations across the U.S. and abroad. Maximumrocknroll, in its zine form, first appeared in 1982 as the newsprint booklet in Not So Quiet On the Western Front, a comp LP released on then-Dead Kennedys' label Alternative Tentacles. The comp included 47 Nevada and Northern California bands, many of whom went on to ruin thousands of impressionable kids for productive civic life by releasing some of the best punk records ever….. The Maximumrocknroll columns section has served as the punk scene's gossipy party line for decades…. By remaining stable on the one hand, flipping the bird with the other, MRR's controversial personality has affected-or infected-the history of punk rock for all time. Added: Collectors Issue Number 8. Noted Damages: no 2 has a tear in first 2 pages without loss of text or image, no.10 has half of an inside page missing and a corner torn of another page.

[#18915]

METAL MELTDOWN

Straight from the infernal wasteland.

Nos. 1-10 (all publ.). Self Published 1987-1992, Severna Park, Maryland. large 8vo, spinestapled, ca 32pp each. Printed wraps as issued. Numerous Black & White plates.

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Editor in chief: Jeffrey Vanderclute. Fanzine, from the suburbs of late 80s Baltimore. Produced during a transition period in Metal there are interviews with Megadeth, Sepultura, Autopsy, Epedemic, gigs and demo reviews, photographs, notes from a sick mind, grizzly cartoons and more.

[#19224]

MIDI-MINUIT FANTASTIQUE

Nos. 1-24 (all publ.). Paris, (Éds. du Terrain Vague), mai/juin 1962 - hiver 1970/71. Original pictorial wrappers in good condition (some just very lightly shaven); roy-8vo., later 4to. Numerous illustrations.

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This periodical is devoted exclusively to fantasy in film, fiction and performing arts, directed by Eric Losfeld, edited by Alain LeBris & Michael Caen. Thematic issues, e.g.: Terence Fisher; Vamps Fantastiques; Special King Kong, Special Dracula; Comte Zaroff; Erotisme et Epouvante dans le cinema anglais, Tour du Monde fantastique, Fu Manchu, Polanski, Japon, Wakamatsu Koji, Science Fiction, Gaston Leroux, etc.

[#18601]

MOJO-NAVIGATOR

(Rock & Roll News)

Nos. 1-14 (all published, also numbered as Vol. 1 no. 1 - Vol. 2 no 2) . San Francisco, August 8,1966-August 1967. Mimeographed sheets in different colour and b/w printing on both sides, the last two issues printed offset (no. 9 and the last number with one colour added). Stapled in left upper corner (only no.2 has been re-stapled,others are all original staples). First issue is in colour photocopy, rest is in original issues as published, excellent condition and clean. ADDED: - a multicoloured psychedelic drawing (unsigned, by Geoff Evans?), - three other related ephemeral pieces, detail see below.

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The legendary "Mojo-Navigator Rock & Roll News" was a music zine by Greg Shaw and David Harris. Covers the local alternative music scene. Considered to be the precursor to later alternative journalism (Crawdaddy and Rolling Stone and later fanzines). Issues between 3 and 34 pages. The first issue was published August 8, 1966 as a mimeographed newssheet of two pages with concert announcements at the Matrix, Fillmore and Avalon. This issue in colour facsimile. ALL OTHERS ARE ORIGINAL FIRST PRINTS -No. 2, August 16, featured news of The Straight Theatre, and Jim Gurley, local musician from the band Big Brother & The Holding Co. -No. 3, August 23, is three sheets, with news of SF Oracle launch, band news, rumours and gossip, and record reviews (Bob Dyland etc) -No. 4, August 30, is now four sheets, and is mainly devoted to an interview with the Grateful Dead, plus a feature on Country Joe & The Fish by Greg Shaw. -No. 5, September 7, is given over to the second half of The Grateful Dead interview, and a response to the SF Oracle's unsympathetic article on the SF rock scene. - No. 6, September 18, is three sheets, reporting on record releases, New York radio, and upcoming concerts. Report of the publication of "The I.D. Band Book"; news that "the Velvet Underground has released a lousy single on Verve Records - Andy Warhol produced it, Nico sings (hah-hah) on it. It's the musical equivalent of a painted Brillo box which sells for $400"; a report on NY radio; record reviews (incl. "Sunshine Superman"); upcoming dates by The Byrds, Grateful Dead, etc. -No. 7, September 27 is four sheets, and features an interview with SF DJ Tommy Saunders, and Big Brother & The Holding Co., plus ads for upcoming concerts by Country Joe & The Fish, Takoma, and Freedom Highway. -No. 8, October 1966, is six mimeo'd sheets, and features an interview with Janis Joplin and Big Brother & The Holding Co. , plus news on The Doors, a review of The Seeds, and a full page ad "A Prophecy Of A Declaration Of Independence" for the "Love-Pageant" rally in the Haight-Ashbury (a psychedelic celebration held on Oct. 6 to coincide with the outlawing of LSD, and incl. Big Brother, the Dead, and Ken Kesey with his Prankster bus). - No. 9, October 17, is six sheets, and features a Jim Kweskin interview, Dootone Records, new, events, and an original Stanley Mouse handbill announcing The Daily Flash with Country Joe & The Fish at the Avalon, stapled in as last page.(scarcer yellow and grey colour variant). Mick Jagger photo front cover. 3pp. Jim Kweskin interview; Dootone Records; news, reviews, gossip, events. - No. 10, November 8, is nine sheets plus a printed photo cover. It incorporates an two colour Tom Weller handbill for Country Joe & The Fish at the Jabberworck, and a two colour Steve Renick-designed handbill for the 13th Floor Elevators and Moby Grape at the Avalon, and a photo of Jerry Garcia. Also featured was an interview with The Mystery Trend, and news of Bill Graham banning Mojo-Navigator editor Dave Harris from The Fillmore.terming the paper "a rag" and screaming "I'm not mad, you are beneath my anger"; full-page Stanley Mouse ad. for Big Brother & The Holding Co.'s first single on Mainstream Records; Jerry Garcia photo; record reviews - No. 11, November 22, is seven sheets and has part two of The Mystery Trend interview, and an interview with Country Joe & The Fish, who are also on the cover, plus a two colour Tom Weller-designed handbill for the band's upcoming show at the Jabberworck. As well, a photo of Bob Weir, and an Victor Moscoso-designed handill for Country Joe & The Fish, Bug Brother & The Holding Co, and Quicksilver Messenger Service at the Avalon, plus letters about the riot on Sunset Strip,the police heavy handedness, and the differences between the scenes in LA and SF. Correspondence between Bill Graham and Chet Helms; photo of Bob Weir - No. 12, December 22, is eight sheets, with a printed photo cover of Ed Saunders, incorporating two Victor Moscoso-designed colour handbills, with The Grateful Dead and Moby Grape at he Avalon, and Country Joe & The Fish at the California Hall. Featured ar ethe conclusions of the Country Joe & The Fish and The Mystery Trends interviews, and the article "The British Blues Scene" by David Harris. -No. 13, April 1967, is 30 page, black and white printed with cover photo of James Gurley from Big Brother & The Holding Co. Featured is a Blues Magoos interview, reviews by Greg Shaw and Gene Sculatti, editorial on the ris of new rock criticism, Mike Daly on Phil Spector, Rick Griffin psychedelic artwork, incorporating a photo by Gene Anthony of The Grateful Dead. - - No. 14, August 1967, is 38 pages, with cover photo of Jimi Hendrix, and an interview with The Doors, coverage of the Monterey festival, article of Eric Clapton, record reviews, news, and a Tom Weller designed psychedelic ad for Country Joe & The Fish. ADDED MATERIAL: 1) an original multi-coloured psychedelic drawing entitled "The Mojo Navigator" (27.5x21.5cm.), uncredited but probably by the magazine's artist, Geoff Evans (who hand-drew similar artwork on denim jackets worn by the editors); 2) a small card with a hand-drawn design by Greg Shaw in purple and green, possibly an early idea for the magazine's logo, stamped with his San Bruno address (thus pre-dating the first issue); 3) an early Mojo-Navigator flyer, featuring a b/w cartoon (Crime/Justice 4) a vintage 10x8 b/w photo of Brian Jones onstage in Cincinnati, 1965, sporting the look that Greg Shaw sought successfully to emulate (caption to verso written out in Shaw's hand).

[#9310]

MUSICA

Publication mensuelle.

Année 1-12 (of 13 publ.). Paris, Pierre Laffitte, 1902-1913 (comprising nos. 1-135, of 143 issues publ.). Bound set (lacking 6 issues); years 1908-1913 with the illustrated front-covers. With numerous illustrations. Slightly trimmed, one issue damaged. Folio. Added: 93 scattered issues of the supplements 'Album Musica'.

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Scarce collection of this illustrated monthly published by Lafitte, devoted to popular and classical music, opera, lyrical theatre, performances, etc. Renders the best possible panorama of musical life in France before the war. The 'Albums' usually contain musical scores.

[#14275]

DIE MUSIK

Monatsschrift, begr. von B. Schuster.

Jahrgang 1-33 no. 5. Stuttgart/Berlin, 1901/02-Feb. 1941. (Also numbered as Band 1-56, 1901-1915 & Jahrgang 15-33, 1922/23-1940/41). Till 1914 in the original publ. cloth bindings, then bound, hcloth or original cloth till year 1930, with the exception 1914/II, 1915 & Jan.-Sept. 1926, which are in original wrappers, just like the remaining years (some are loosening); supplements in the original cloth portfolios (filed alphabetically. 4to; with numerous illustrations, make the impression of being complete, but detailed checking of this set has been impossible).

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Exceptionally long ongoing series with the supplements; these include plates, portraits, facsimiles, musical notations, etc.; a rather popular musical monthly, ed. by B. Schuster, later by J. Günther & H. Gerigk. Plates and supplements are often difficult identifiable, which makes an absolutely accurate collation impossible. This set however makes the impression of (near) completeness for the supplements.Only 3 issues (= year 28 no. 10; 29 no. 7 & 32 no. 7), and not all the (half-) yearly indices are present. Publication was interrupted from 1915-1921, and went on till 1943. (Fellinger, 1558).

[#15025]

DE MUZIEK

Vol. 1-7 (all publ.). Amsterdam, 1926/27-1932/33.. Orig. wrappers. Light soilage and some browning at the edges but otherwise a good set.

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Edited by Paul F. Sanders and Willem Pijper. Contributions by Mengelberg, Sem Dresden, Willem Pijper, J. Conradi, Wouter Paap, Matthys Vermeulen, Hans Holländer.

[#18573]

NANAVESH

Throbbing Gristle. Music from the Death Factory.

Premier Issue. London: Dave Farmer, 1980. Staple-bound card wraps, 30x18,5cm, 12 pp. including covers. Light rubbing and spine creases to the wraps, interior is clean and bright

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Farmer, in the words of Genesis P-Orridge, was “a friend of Throbbing gristle who had worked for them at times and later published this zine.” The ‘zine which, began as a homage to Throbbing Gristle, lasted five issues and included other industrial groups before folding. Issue five (23 Drifts to Guestling, 1983) was issued on cassette. Despite the cut-and-paste and hand-written layout, the cover is surprisingly professional with a glossy red and black cover. Contents include a “basic A – Z of T.G.” with some history of the band, news clippings, and a couple of photos unique to this ‘zine.

[#17944]

NEUE MUSIK.

Kunst- und gesellschaftskritische Beiträge

Heft 1-6 (all published). Münchener Jugendkulturwerk. Jeunesse Musicales. Studio für Neue Musik München. (1961). In original issues 20,5x15 cm, each varying from 12-22 pages; illustrated selfwrappers, printed on glossy paper, lightly toned, but otherwise in excellent condition. Loosely laid in: invitations to 2 performances in Munich at the T.H. and Hochschule für Musik (15 Nov.1960/12 March 1961; 3 Feb. 1961). Very rare.

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Contributions by G. Ligeti, M. Kagel, W. Rosenberg, H. Schwimmer, K. Stockhausen, D. Schnebel u.a Reproductions of artwork by E. Cimiotti, F. Thieler, F. Kriwet, H. Platschek, E. Schumacher, J. Mitchell, J. Bissier, K.O. Götz, G. Deppe, P. Brüning, L. Fischer, W. Wessel, H. Claus, P. Dorazio, O. Piene, A. Tapies, A. Saura, M.Cuixart, G. Hoehme, K.R.H. Sonderborg, Cesar, L. Fontana a.o.

[#19239]

NEW YORK ROCKER

Number 1. New York Rocker, Publisher. November 1976. Newspaper. Tabloid. 29 x 43 cm folded horizontally (just a tiny bit of shaving over the fold). . 22 pp. Black and white photos throughout, very good condition, light toning to the paper,

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"The definitive music and culture publication in NYC in the early 8o's". Edited, published by Andy (Andrew) Schwartz, art-direction by Elizabeth Van Itallie, with photographs by Guillette Barbet, Lee Childers a.o.; published by Alan Betrock. Ramones, as well as others on Patti Smith, The Talking Heads, etc.

[#18685]

NEWCOMERS

Magazine of New Literature

Numbers 1-8 (all publ.) Chicago, IL, Newcomer Publishing 1980/82. 28x22 cm., stapled (except 8: folded sheet), ca 20pp each. Illustrated zine with stories, comics, music reviews and more. No. 3 with the badge attached.

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Edited /published by Eric A. Newcome . Illustrated zine with stories, comics, music reviews and more. Like New Wave Music, New Literature represents a return to the basics of an art form. Contributions by Alexis Alger, Philips Reiss, Nathan George, etc.; photographs, band reviews, comics, poems, record reviews, etc.

[#18510]

No 1.

Amsterdam, ca. 1980. 21.5 x 30.5 cm. 11 pages,bound with 4 rivets in the left margin.

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Interestingly designed, produced partly in colour, Punk magazine from The Netherlands, Noïse in Holland, contact address Charly or Myriam, POB 2323. Cabaret Voltaire in Paradiso, Interviews J. Cooper Clark, Vice Versa, Suspect,Toilette, Richard Strange, Kreche; reviews: Holland Noise, Furious Pig etc.

[#18342]

NO FUN

5 issues (Numbers 9, 13-16) out of 18 published. July 1978 - April 1979 Zürich, Switzerland.

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No fun. (5 of a total of 18 nrs. published) Zurich: Self published, october 1977 - june 1980. ‘No fun’ was the first German language Punk-fanzine. Issues of 24-28 pages, quarto. -Nr. 9. July, 1978. Zurich: 1978. Rasta Revolution; sound check singles, Elvis Costello suicide, alternative tv, mothers ruin… + beilage: El Torrero Pjotr Kraska - Nr. 13. Dezember, 1978. The Rezillos; Die 3Genialen Alben von den Clash, Sham69 und X-Ray Spex; Die Wahnwitzige entertainer…;Ramones; Adam and the Ants; Ian Dury, Neon… - Nr. 14. Februar, 1979. TNT’s im hey; John Lydon; Clash; sound check; sperma; interview Sid Vicious; Reggea joe gibbs discographie; jimmy cliff… - Nr. 15. März, 1979. Bob Andrews; Generation X; Billy Idol/Bob Andrews; Adam & The Ants; Lurkers; Teds’n’ Punx united: shotgun Eddie & the Ravers…sperma…sick; teenage jeuse and the jerk - Nr. 16. April, 1979. Reggeae, Israel Vibration; Rudolph Dietrich; Die Fruhjahs kollektion, Wire; TNT; Mothers TuinBig Youth; Tapper Zukie; Sound check; Songs of Jah, Freddy Mackay; The Red Crayola..

[#18888]

NO MAGAZINE (No Mag)

No. 1 - [14/15] unnumbered double issue. Los Angeles: NO, 1978-1985. Complete run. [Title change as of fourth issue: "No Mag"]. In 15 physical issues, ca. 30-75 pp. each, two including flexi-disc sound recordings: no. 8 featuring Wild Kingdom; no. 9 featuring Geza X. Small folio. Newsprint. Very good. Illus. self wraps.

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Tabloid-style fanzine (later issues 34,5x27 cm) which chronicled the L.A. underground, with a particular emphasis on some of the more morbid aspects of the Hollywood punk/ underground scene, featuring the punk-rock bands and artists, as well as fashion and design. Published and edited by Bruce Kalberg. in homage to its predecessor in the LA punk scene, Slash. Kalberg says he intended to make his title somewhat edgier. NO MAG sought to be "the most evil, nihilistic magazine ever". Photo Editor: Frank Gargani. Contributors: Photography: Ed Colver, Bob Seidemann, Jules Bates, Will Shatter, Melanie Nissen, Rooh Steif, David Arnoff, Alison Brown, Ed Colver, Karen Filter, Peggy Photo, etc.; -- Graphics: Fred Tomaselli, Raymond Pettibon, May Zone, Mark Vallen, Bruce Kalberg, etc. ; -- Articles: Penelope Spheeris, Jill Young, Robert Lloyd, Mark Wheaton, Michael St.Pierre etc. Rare complete set in excellent condition.

[#19079]

NOT FADE AWAY

The Texas Music Magazine

Nos. 1 -4 (all published):Austin, TX, 1975/85. 28x21,5 cm., stapled, 32pp/36pp.

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Edited by Doug Hanners.Features The Thirteenth Floor Elevators, with interview reprinted from Mother Magazine, 1967, and a lengthy interview with Roky Erickson by the editor; interviews with Kenny and the Kasuals, Shivas Headband, Ronnie Weiss (aka Mouse of Mouse and The Traps), The Sparkles, Red Krayola (from Mother Magazine, 1968), and members of Lost & Found and The Golden Dawn et al.

[#9539]

NUESTRA MUSICA

Revista bimensual editada en Mexico.

Ano 1-3 no 9. México, D.F., Marzo 1946 - Enero 1948. Original wrappers; illustrated.

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Ed. by Jesus Bal y Gay, Carlos Chavez, Blas Galindo, Rodolfo Halffter, J. Pablo Moncayo, Adolfo Salazar, Luis Sandi, with contribs. by Bela Bartók (posthumous), Manuel De Falla, Carlos Sanchez Malaga, Vicente T. Mendoza, Aaron Copland, Arthur V. Berger, Henrietta Yurchenko, a.o.

[#18059]

THE ORGAN

Numbers 1-9 (all publ.). Berkeley, CA, July 1970- July 1971. Tabloid newspaper format, 34pp each. Offset B&W and color. In good clean condition.

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Countercultural journal, edited by Gerard van der Leun, published by Christopher Weills. The contents of this hip paper include interviews with Allen Ginsberg (+ his "Police State Blues"), Jerry Garcia, Melvin Peebles, B.B. King, Jerry Lee Lewis, Divine, and Country Joe; comic strips by S. Clay Wilson and Robert Crumb; artwork by Satty, Greg Irons, and David Singer; camp troupe The Cockettes; communes in Taos, Mexico; Tom Clark; Kenneth Anger; Ed Sanders; "Trash", "Performance", "Gimme Shelter" reviewed; Kathmandu; Gary Snyder ("Spel Against Demons"); the rise of the New Right; Scientology; The Process Church; Krishna Consciousness; Synanon; Ayn Rand; John Lennon and Primal Scream; the JFK assassination; H.P. Lovecraft; drug addiction; Robert Anton Wilson and Robert J. Shea on LBJ; William Burroughs and others. Complete runs are scarce,in particular the first issue which had been banned in several US cities, including Los Angeles, Seattle, Chicago, and New York.

[#18677]

OUTCRY

Magazine

Numbers 1-3 (all publ.). So.Pasadena, 1980-1981. Typewritten texts + photographs, printed in b/w, offset. Original selfwrappers (28x21,5 cm) stapled in the spine;( First issue has some toning and light staining. second in excellent condition. third has some small ballpoint pen graffiti)

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The complete run of this early California Punk magazine edited by Steve Stiph, with photography by ED COLVER, Steve Stiph, Mike Richardson, Michael Probert, Elsa Knauf. Featuring Black Flag, Legal Weapon, Circle Jerks, Screws, Cheifs, Alcoholics, Wasted Youth, Fear, Gigolos, Misfits, Vandals, etc. Writing: Nancy Lopez, Bob Buttram,Steve Stiph, a.o.

[#18681]

THE PANIC IN L.A.

Nos. 1-2 (all published), complete: quarto, mimeographed. No. 1. Los Angeles,June 1978 (24 pages). Corner stapled. No. 2. Los Angeles, 1980. (26 pages, inl. covers on yellow paper). Corner stapled. Both issues in excellent condition.

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Early Los Angeles punk fanzine. Editors Dinky Grant, Michelle Baer, covers Doug Norman, Dinky. With coverage of the most legendary bands including the Plugz, Germs, Middle Class and Gears along with key figures like Greg Shaw and Rodney Bingenheimer. No more than 100 copies printed of the first issue and likely the same for issue 2. Complete run of both issues, very rare. No. 1 interview with Darby Crash, Rodney Bingenheimer, Greg Shaw, Laurie Holland, Dim Dim, Johnny Nails, Blondie at the Starwood; No. 2 White Punks on Jones, Gears Interview, No Alternative, Don Bone Brake, Madness, The Germs, The middle class, Turn on the go home lights, The Cartwrights, etc.

[#18222]

PARADISO FOX (Later: FOX; later: THE DAILY LIAR)

(Amsterdam). No 2, ca. 1970. 43 x 31 cm, 16 pp. (a bit damaged)

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Elaborately produced pop and underground paper, published in the Amsterdam Popmusic and Hippie-Center "Paradiso", Editor: J.V. Ricard Vesga.

[#18060]

PEROXIDE

A Fanzine for Modern Youth

Numbers 1 and 2 (all publ.). Surrey (UK), 1980. 30x21cm., stapled, unpaginated. Offset printing.

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Edited by Norman Cook (aka Fatboy Slim)/MCKAY, Ian (aka Ian Laidlaw). British punk zine. Most of the content was taken up with reviews and interviews, but no. 1 also included an article on how to shop a demo around, and no. 2, a useful zine review page acknowledging the help the fanzine received from fellow zines.

[#17154]

PIONER

(In Cyrillic typefont)

No. 1 (Lector's item No. 1). December 9/"80 (4to). The Hague, 1980. 12 pages, selfwrappers, stapled (only very light soilage)

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Edited by Alfred van der Helm, artist periodical. With contributions by Robert Smith (The Cure), Stuart Moxham (Young Marble Giants), Wendy Smith, Vini Reilly (Durutti Column), Patrik Fitzgerald (Josef Garret), Jonathan Richman, Mark Beer, Paul Van Der Laan, Cor Grout. From a variety of very familiar postpunk and new wave bands, including three postcard poems by Robert Smith of The Cure, a poem by Stuart Moxham of Young Marble Giants, along with a drawing of YMB by Wendy Smith, A poem by Vini Reilly of Durutti Column entitled "A Tramp", a poem by Steve Miro, short stories and poems by Patrik Fitzgerals, and a reproduction of a letter and a signed Dutch bank note by Jonathan Richman. Additional illustrations are included from Paul van der Kaan, and additional poetry by Cor Grout.

[#16958]

PLEASURE

Vol. 1 No. 1 - 33, 37-44. Vol. 2 No. 1, 3-7. (Fuzzy Wuzzy Publications), March 28/April 10, 1969 - 1970 Tabloïd, 16-28 pages per issue, newsprint Mostly b/w with one or more colours added for the frontpage. Closed tear in the front cover of Vol. 1 No. 3, othewise fine.

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New York pornzine, edited/ initiated by Larry Talbot, (business manager Mary Grafton). With Lee Shiffman, Tina Bellini, Den Mother, Kusama.. Photos by Stan Goldstein, Frank Dale, Mel, Big Sam, Joel Dynamite, Bob, Joel Cooper a.o. In good condition, except for some damage to bottom left of pages 1-4 of number 7.

[#19020]

PRAXIS

Nos. 1-6 (all publ.). Chicago, Jackson Gray, 1979-80. A complete run, 6 issues published in various sizes, with numerous photographs of rock and punk music scenes, also design advertising.

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A short-lived art, music, and design magazine with a New Wave and Punk aesthetic that came out of Chicago in 1979-80, and was hardly distributed outside. An experimental magazine publishing a mix between pop culture, high art, fashion, poetry and punk music. Articles and interviews on music groups. profiles on fashion designers Elio Fiorucci and Thierry Mugler, contributions from poets Jerome Sala, Elaine Equi, Gerard Malanga, and photographers Michael Weinstein, Bill Edmundson, Alan Bass, Jim Elliott, etc. Music groups include 8-Eyed Spy, Gang of Four, the Buzzcocks, B-52s, Roxy Music, Pere Ubu, the Cramps, Robert Fripp, Jonny III, Tuxedo Moon, Peter Murphy, etc There were only 6 issues, each one in a different format. -No. 1 June 1979 (30,5x30,5 cm) 50 pages, spine stapled in blue/red cover (very lightly shaven). b/w photographs. - No. 2 August/Sept. 1979. (25,5 x 25,5 cm) 60 pages, green cover, spine a bit worn, otherwise very good. - No. 3 Dec.1979. Oblong, 20x30,5 cm. 96 pages. Dark-red/green cover. With fexidisk (Robert Tripp) and with the original Small pouch of BLUE HAIR. Fine condition, still in the original plastic mailing pouch. - No. 4 Poster, printed in colour, recto/verso, 88x112 cm., folded to 28x22 cm., , with only very light wear over the folds, in excellent condition. Not dated but in the right corner is printed "Parxis 4, Decade Dispatch, Homewreckers Calender, Road Map to1980". - No. 5. March 1980. 35,5x27,5 cm. Red/yellow cover, 60 pages, with 4 loose sheets extra. Excellent condition. - No.6. Nobember 1980. A white card portfolio of 96 unbound sheets with 4 pages added (spine a bit worn); with a vinyl 45'record (Big Clock Music). It was not distributed outside of Chicago and print runs were relatively small, very rare.

[#17189]

PUNCTURE (Puncture Magazine)

No. 11. San Francisco, etc., Spring 1986. 48 pages, b/w, illustrated, photographs.

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Published by Katherine Spielmann (editor), Patty Stirling (design) Photos: K. Spielman (SST, Camper van Beethoven, reports from New Zealand, San Francisco, Agitpop, etc.

[#17801]

PUNK ARTIST

No 3. Milano, Studioriga 1979. 40x29 Cm., loose leaves, unpaginated. Offset.

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[#16963]

PUNK MAGAZINE

A group of 5 issues: Number 2. New York, 1976. Cover Patti Smith in performance. Fine. Number 7. New York, 1977. Cover drawing Patti Smith by S.W.Taylor; drawings Lou Reed, letter from R.Crumb, Dead Boys, interview with Satan. Very good. Number 8 . Drawing of Sex Pistols by S.W.Taylor, interview with Hitler, Ramones, etc. (lower portion of back wrapper soiled). Number 15. 1978. Mutant Monster Beach Party. (light marginal soiling). Number 17. 1979. Cover by B. Carleton. Article on Destroy All Monsters, triple foldout of Niagara. Fine.

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[#17100]

PUNK MAGAZINE

Number 1. New York: Punk Magazine, 1975. First edition. 4to. folded tabloid format illustrated with a color cover portrait of Lou Reed by John Holmstrom. The debut issue of the legendary punk zine, infamous for the truculent interview between Lou Reed and John Holmstrom.

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[#18473]

RAKET.

Numbers 1-15 with supplements and posters (all published, with presursor and additions). Rotterdam, 1979-1983. -WITH:Precursor: Marcel Megawatt Blad -ADDED: De Avonturen van Red Rat (a continuation in the form of cartoon strips). All in generally good condition, some ragged edges, or light staining. -ADDED:Jubileum edition - K.K. Dubio en de Rondos - Ze zijn er weer ...Kom nou toch jongens, Facisme bestaat allang niet meer. Hitler is al jaren dood - Rotterdam, Raket, 1982 - 305 pp. - paper wrappers - 21 x 30 cm. With added poster "Toen en nu"(rare). -ADDED: unnumbered, undated number,30 pages,stamped kk.dubio.(An additional number (16?): Geis. 1 (?) together with - Geis gaat op Reis, 32 pages + wrappers. Details of the issues below.

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Dutch Anarchist-PUNK periodical, started as newsbulletin for the Rotterdam New Wave Groups, merely one sheet recto/verso. It soon grows out to a full-fledged periodical for Rotterdam Punk, and for Punk in The Netherlands. At first printed (mimeographed) on grey paper in black, soon with photographic illustrations,sometimes with colours in screenprint / stencil / spray technique added. Edited by (Kunst Kollektief) Dubio, and De Rondos, Geis, Aram, Chris de Wit, Teddy Boymans. With the rare precursor/poster: Marcel Megawatt Blad Magazine. Raket, Rotterdam. 1979. 41.9 x 58.5 Cm. Folds out to a two-sided printed poster. Folded in eight. No 6 in cooperation with Kaasee. Featuring: Rondo's ( "I don't like the Rastaman"), Toiletz, ZeroZero, Bunkers, Bunk Music. Donut Music, Filth, Stealer, Kobus van Lankeren, Suburban Punk,attention broadens to Punk outside Rotterdam (Amsterdam, Galerie Anus), Zaandam (sick productions, Gernevieve Van Hooghaut Jonghe, The Hague (Ketchup), Haarlem (World War Rockers), Ash-Tray, Jezus and the Gospelfuckers, Tändstickorshocks, RodeWig, Squats, Jules Deelder, coöperation with Kaasee (Gordelweg 117 Rotterdam). Details of the set: No. 1. 1979, April. One sheet. 62x46,5 cm. (Folded to 31,5x 23,5). -No. 2, 1979. May. One sheet 62x46,5 cm (folded to 31,5x23,5); -No. 3. 1979. Juni. One sheet 62x46,5 cm. (Folded to 31,5x 23,5). -No. 4. 1979. September. 29,5x21 cm. 20 pages, on grey paper, sidestapled. Together with the poster (black on yellow paper, depicting a human figure as target for shooting lessons;this copy has apparently been used for that purpose as there are numerous bullet holes. -No. 5. 1979 Oktober. 34 pages, sidestapled. Together with poster 60x41,5, folded twice; pin-holes in the four corners. - No. 6. 1980. Januari (sic!). 29,5x21 cm. 54 pages sidestapled , with the poster and Shell supplemented); . - No. 7. 1979 December. 29,5x21cm.46 pages sidestapled together with Supplement: Rock against Religion (RAR Organ des Zentralkomitees) 36 pages, sidestapled. POSTER: Rock against Religion. In samenwerking met Kaasee. 41x46,5 cm, folded twice. Photomontage of Nazi-soldiers, Priest, Businessman, falling church-buildings. (Some brown spotting over over middlefold, otherwise in very good condition). -No. 8: 1980. January. Together with the Poster b/w. 60x54 cm., folded twice. And with Bijlage: Marcel Megawat, 10 pp, stapled; -No. 9: Februari 1980 with Bijlage "Rotterdam Graffiti"1. ;-No. 10. 1980 Maart. 29,5x21 cm."Jubileum Raket" 70 pages + 1 loose sheet. Partly in colour.Plus: BijlageRotterdam Graffiti Deel 2. 30 pages. Partly in colour. Plus: Poster printed in red. 43x30,5 cm. (Het Bibelebonsche Rijk). Together with the original kraft mailing envelope, with illustration in black; a bit damaged -No. 11. April/Mei 1980. 29,5x21cm. 76 pages, sidestapled; +Bijlage 22 pages, with Orange Cover, "Verhaal in romanvorm: Trix = The Pix" with caricature of Princess Beatrix in the nude, with piggy policemen.;Ëindexamenskritpie SKA", "graffiti Den Haag" -No. 12. Juni 1980. 29,5x21 cm 100 pages, + Supplement,28 pages (Waarlijk helpe ons God almachtig) (Coronation of Beatrix issue) + 2 posters (42 x 29 cm each. "Schuldig aan"and "Gefallen für Deutschland"). Together with the kraft mailing envelope (a bit damaged) and with the puzzle and the flexidisk -No. 13. September 1980. 29,5x21 cm. With kraft envelope.108 pages. (on backpage: "Bericht van het Verkiezingsfront"). Includes the postcard/photograph "Pearls for the swines", and the poster and Dossier -No. 14. November 1980 (VerzetsRaket). 112 pages + Supplements: Jeugdcultuur & Punk&Verzet. 50 pages, sidestapled (the added badge is not present) + Supplement: De Avonturen van Red Rat. Deel éen.36 pages, sidestapled; + supplement: Over platen maken en hun verspreiding. 24 pages, sidestapled; + supplement: The selling of Limburg. 16 pages, sidestapled. (On the final page announcement: No Hope stops). Together with kraft mailing envelope, rather damaged. ADDED" Unnumbered and undated pamphlets and loose publications: -"The Rondos Song Texts". Printed on a poster, front red/white and blue, with Yellow Hammer and Sickle; Reverse side prints the texts of Rondos Songs. Folded to 8,5x28,5 cm. -"Een beetje vent wordt geen agent"(if you are only a bit of a man you do not become policeman), 40 pages, sidestapled. Not dated; signed Aram. - - Supplement Poster "De Westerse Beschaming,deel 9", Avonturen van Red Rat Addition 4: JUBILEUM-EDITION. Uitgave en copyright Raket, Rotterdam, 1982. oblong, 305 pages + 5 advertising pages; glued in the spine. Frontwrapper (probably)missing. - Vandaag of Morgen. Destroy Fascism.14 pages. - Poster "Which side will you be on", Fight back; White Power - TOGETHER WITH: DE AVONTUREN VAN Red Rat. Deel 1/2, deel 3/4, deel 5/6, deel 7/8, deel 9/10 (complete as published by Uitgeverij "lont", original opictorial wrappers; 1981-1983. Added: Deel 11/12. Revival, published by De Papieren Tijger. 2009. - Thus altogether a magnificent collection, Rare.A very complete offering.

[#16397]

IL RE NUDO

Nos. 0, 1-92 (All Published). Milano, 1970-1980. The first 71 numbers bound in four (not entirely uniform) cloth volumes with title on spine, remainder unbound in the original issues. (Sizes vary 24x33,5 cm, later reducing in size, and the last numbers 29x35 cm). Number 1 is an original issue, untrimmed, loosely inserted in the bound volume, no. 22 was never published. Only nos, 76 and 86 are missing; otherwise a complete set, including the Zero-number. The issues contained in the bound volumes are in mint condition, but have been slightly trimmed., occasionally causing very slight loss of text (max.1 millimeter) on about 50 pages. The unbound issues are in generally good to excellent condition with only occasional light staining. The set includes the supplements to no 11 and 12 (Pantere Bianche, No. 0 and 1), printed in colour, each measuring half the size of the journal). Added: the poster for Il Re Nudo Pop Festival No. 3 (15-17 Giugno) Alpe del Vicere. (33x23,5 cm).

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Landmark Italian underground and pop publication, at first directed by Andrea Valcarenghi, with numerous illustrations in colour and photographs, psychedelic illustrations, photocompositions, etc. Deals with countercultural issues, drugs, sexual freedom, Pop Music, (Re Nudo Pop Festival). Close to Situationists and the student activists. Contributions include texts by and features on Timothy Leary, Angela Davis, Dario Fo, G.E. Simonetti, W. Burroughs, L.S.D., SIMA (Droga, La situazione in Italia), Situationsm, John Lennon, etc.

[#19094]

DIE REIHE

Periodical Devoted to Developments in Contemporary Music. Bryn Mawr:

Volumes (nos)1-8 ( all publ.). Theodore Presser in Association with Universal Edition, 1958-1968. 8vo, each volume an 8vo bound in printed wraps of varying colors, by the Austrian designer Willi Bahner. Spines a bit worn, with reading creases and some light chipping to paper, and creasing to the wraps, but otherwise a sturdy, very good set. Scarce complete.

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The English language edition of one of the most important contemporary music periodicals , which began publication in German in 1954 out of the circle of composers which coalesced around the Nordwestdeutscher Rundfunk (NWDR). The covers are brilliantly and minimally designed by the important Austrian designer Willi Bahner. The contributors are largely European, though John Cage offers several important texts. The periodical was the most important English language source of information for European experimental and serial music, though this English language version was often contentiously received by English language readers. The periodical came to an end after a falling out between the two editors, with the epic issue no. 8. To the credit of the periodical, one of the most bitter attacks on the magazine was published in die Reihe itself, an attack on work by Stockhausen by the Dutch physicist Adriaan Fokker - a fitting coda to a provocative and contentious periodical. Each issue was devoted to articles on a particular theme. No. 1 - Electronic Music, No. 2 - Anton Webern, No. 3 - Musical Craftmanship, 4. Young Composers, 5. Reports Analyses, 6. Speech and Music, 7. Form-Space, and 8. Retrospective. More detailed contents on request.

[#10497]

LA REVUE INTERNATIONALE DE MUSIQUE

Nos. 1-13 (all publ.). Bruxelles, 1938-1952. Original wrappers.

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Contribs. by B. Bartok, Dallapiccola, S. Prokoviev, A. Honegger, A. Schoenberg, etc.; special topical issues are no. 5/6 (on the Piano) and no 8 (on Bach). The most outstanding international music periodical of the period.

[#18999]

RIPPED & TORN

Collection of 15 issues (from 18 published) . Glasgow: Ripped & Torn, 1976-1979. quarto issues; offset printed in black and white and in colors and left corner or side-stapled; ca.10-22pp; illus. Comprises the following issues: Nos.2-3, 5-13, 15-18. Light wear overall, with occasional dustiness, scattered soil, short tears and creases; issue no.16 with several small splash marks to covers; otherwise good, complete copies.

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Substantial run of one the most respected fanzines in the UK.. Published in Glasgow by Tony Drayton, Ripped & Torn included interviews with, or features on, most of the important bands of the period, but also devoted material to art, including a feature on Derek Jarman. Illustrated throughout with original photographs, and combined with its anarchic cut-and-paste aesthetic, it became one of the best printed records of the times, along with the equally important Sniffin' Glue. A total of 18 issues were produced, with the final issue edited by Vermilion Sands, a female biker, musician (fronting for the band Dick Envy), and writer for the American fanzine Search & Destroy. Tony D. left R&T and began publisging "Kill your own puppy", a similar fanzine.

[#19565]

RIPPER (SOUTH BAY RIPPER)

RIPPER fanzine. Numbers 1-8 (all publ.) . San Jose,Ca. 1980 - 1982. All eight issues including the impossible-to-find debut issue published as South Bay Ripper. Some foxing/spotting to cover of No. 1.

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Complete run of this short-lived and highly influential Bay Area punk magazine. Editor/publisher: Tim Tonooka, Contributors,art and photos: Camille Iguana, Thom Lukas, Kat, Scarlot Aroma, Kyn Rousseau, Andrew English, Janet Planet, Kevin Animal, Patty Anderson, Earnest Endeavors, Ruick Rabble, Phil Tiger, Tim Tonooka, John Crawford, and others. - Unter Tones, Kerry Loewen, Peter Bloom, Saucers, Black Flag, DOA Spectators, Social Untrets, The Undead, Maximum Rock'n'Roll, The Fix, Bad Brains, etc.

[#17340]

ROMAN HIGH ROMA SOTTO

Later FALLO!.

Anno I, numero 1- 3, n.d. (1971 - 1973) - (3 of 6 published, there was also a 0 - number!).In generally good condition (detail below).

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--numero 1: - happenings in-off-beat-sexy-underground-crazy-free in Italian-english every two weeks-quindicinale. octavo, 48 pages, numerous illustrations, printed in several colors. Illustrated wrappers, in good condition.. With attention for, film, music and "WHAT'S ON" in Rome. Articles on pink floyd, chicago, women's lib, drugs and revolution + a two page cartoon by crumb. --numero 2: - milano sotto / underground / comuni- communes / rock / erotic cinema / cartoons. Small folio, 15 pages printed in several colors with numerous illustrations. Small closed tear in right margin of front page.. Articles on uriah heep, pink floyd, andy warhol, a double page cartoon by crumb, women's lib, james bond and info on milano's underground. --numero 3: - sesso - 10 domande a una virgine Italian / droghee - quello che nessuno vuole dirvi / rock - un anno di Rock in Italia - poster / rivoluzione - se un movement deve nascere. Small fl folio, 15 pages printed in several colors with numerous illustrations. Some wear on the right upper edge. With articles by: dr. Hippocrates on soft and hard drugs and an article on the clitoris. An article o magic and info on what's on in London, Amsterdam, Milano and Savona.

[#18695]

S.M.S.

Bi-monthly portfolio.

New York: The Letter Edged in Black Press, 1968. A set of Volume 1-6, in six 6 portfolios (all-issued) containing 73 artist's multiples, each housed in artist designed envelope, with each portfolio housed inside original cardboard mailing folder printed with the press address. Edited by William Copley. See: Gwen Allen, Artists'Magazines,p297 Note: Set is complete including the rare original reel to reel tapes by Terry Riley and La Monte Young and the Yoko Ono piece contains the original broken ceramic pieces.

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Six folders of 73 loose multiples and printed matter; each in artist designed envelope. Each envelope is housed inside original cardboard mailing folder printed with the press address. The contents are in very good to excellent shape, also the folders in fine condition, and the mailing folders in excellent condition (only small stain on outside of no2). Because many of the objects are printed pieces of paper of odd sizes that are often folded to fit into the folded artist designed envelope, some "condition problems" naturally occur. Often objects sit next to other odd materials, so some creasing, wrinkling, impressions, etc. were unavoidable. List of contents on demand.

[#18609]

SABU REVUE

(The quarterly magazine Sub) Sabu / Sub (culture). Counter-culture Tokyo, Sabu,

Numbers 1-6 (all published from 1970 till 1973.) Varying sizes and number of pages. Very light soilage, faintly dogeared and light sunning, but altogether a very well-preserved important set.

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Japanese magazine for everything sub-cultural in and outside Japan, music : Rock (Beatles, John Lenon, George Harrison, Mick Jager), Jazz, Ravi Shankar, poetry and texts by Allen Ginsberg, Jack Kerouac, Ted Joans and much more. No.1 December 1970, 23,9x15,3cm, 144pp. :Hippie Radical Elegance, typographical cover. Texts by: Genpei akasegawa, Takuma Nakahira, Takahiko Iimura, Akiko Hyuga, Kenji Kanesaka, et d’autres. No. 2 April 1971. April 1971, 23x15cm, 128pp: Beatles for ever, cover by : Tadanori Yokoo, texts : Hiroshi Kamayatsu, Tadanori Yokoo, Shin’ichi Kusamori, Texte et photos Shinpei Asano. No. 3 October 1971, 23x15cm, 144p.: Fashion Democracy, cover by : Shinpei Asai, texts by : Kiiton Masuda, Yasuhiro Hamano, Yu Suwa, Tadanori Yokoo, Akiko Hyûga, Makoto Tsuji, Shinpei Asai. No.4 June 1972, 18x10,6cm, 176pp. : The Message is the Medium, cover by : Shinpei Asai, texts : Takahiko Iimura, Akiko Hyûga, interview by Shûji Terayama with: Salvador Dali, J-L. Godard, Louis Mall, Le Clézio, Adamo, illustration by Teruhiko Yumura, poetry dedicated to Yukio Mishima by Edith Peterson, a.o. No.5 December 1972 , 23x15cm, 138p., :Les enfants terrible(s). I am a tripper. I live in a Magazine, Open the page and take a look. , cover : Shinpei Asai, texts : Yukio Mishima, Akiko Hyûga, Yu Suwa, Mari Mori, Shuntarô Tanikawa, photograps by Taihô Yoshida,poetry by Jirô Takamatsu, features onJean Cocteau, Andy Warhol, Gabrielle Chanel, Norman Mailer, Françoise Sagan, W.H.Auden, Brigitte Bardot, James Dean, with photographs. No.6 July 1973, 42x29cm, 112p. : Westcoast ’73, cover, design and lay-out : Mizuho Kataniwa, texts : Toshihiko Shimizu, Hiroshi Kamayatsu, Shin’ichi Kusamori, poetry: Shuntarô Tanikawa, photographs: Taihô Yoshida, Shinpei Asai, illustrations : Yosuke Kawamura, Teruhiko Yumura, graphic concept : Mizuho Kataniwa.

[#19196]

SEARCH AND DESTROY

New Wave Cultural Research;later: Rebel Youth Culture.

Numbers 1-11 (all publ.). San Francisco: Search & Destroy (1977-1979; no 10 in reprint edition 1988; number 11 numbered as Vol. 2 no 11). Tabloïds, on newsprint, fully illustrated with numerous photographs. All folded once, as issued;just a slight bit of age-toning along the center fold of the newsprint of most issues, but an almost fine set.

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Complete run of this first San Francisco-based tabloid zine devoted to the nascent Punk Rock Scene. Edited by V.Vale. Issues of 16-28 pages .All fine, all first printings with the exception of issue 10 (William S. Burroughs feature), which is represented here with an official exact reproduction published in 1988. All the important UK and US bands of the day represented (Sex Pistols, Pere Ubu, Dead Kennedys, Iggy Pop, Screamers, Clash, Devo) with literary contributions by Ginsberg, Burroughs, Ballard, and others.

[#10842]

SKRIEN

Filmschrift.

Nos. 1-91. Amsterdam, 1968- Nov. 1979. [Nos. 1-26/27 & 61-91 bound in 6 vols. (most ex-library) with wrappers; rest in orig. wrappers.] Illustrated. 4to. Added two memorative issues: nos. 129/130 "15 Jaar!", 1983 & 165 "Jubileumnummer 20 jaar Skrien", 1989 (69 pp.).

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First ten years of the Dutch avant-garde film magazine. The first 18 issues were stencilled, then published on glossy paper. Ed. by Annette Apon, Ruud Bishoff, Carel Donck, Jan Röfekamp, Edgar Burcksen, Stephan Geerling, Léon de Winter, Gerrard Verhage, Paulien Terreehorst, Karel Dibbets, a.o. This collection includes the separate edition of No. 32 "de enige echte" by Bishoff when he was leaving the ed.-board after a conflict with other members.

[#17146]

SLASH

Complete set, composed as follows: Vol. 1 nos 1-12 ( Los Angeles, 5 May 1977-Aug.1978), plus "Give Away Issue", not dated "One Year Anniversary Special (14 pages)", continued as: Vol. 2 nos. 1-11 (Sept.1978-Dec. 1979), continued as: Vol. 3 nos 1-4 (Jan/Feb.1980- n.d.1980) + Vol. 3 no 5 (Undated thicker issue, "World Update" published by Robert Briggs (n.d., 1980), complete set, with special addition: New York Rocker-Issue Sept.1981 (including a "mini-Slash Issue"). Together 30 physical issues; newsprint with coloured covers, tabloïds. An almost pristine set with only very minimal flaws (detail on request).

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Groundbreaking LA magazine, the West Coast equivalent of NY Rocker because of the large format newsprint and amazing punk coverage. Edited by Steven Samiof and Melanie Nissen (Photo-editor and contributor of numerous photographs), senior editors Claude Bessy, Philomena. Issues ranging from 20 to 48 pages toward the end. Contributions by Paul Zacha, Kickbioy, Steven Lov ejoy, Lou Beach, Richard Blyth, Nicole Walker, Gorilla Rose, Bud Scoppa, Gary Panter, photos bt (a.o.) Edwin Heaven, Rena Small, Jonathan Postal, Jules Bates; featuring punk-rock band and artists: The Vibrators, Blondie, Devo, Sex Pistols, Heartbreakers, Easter, Iggy Pop. The Weirdos, The Bags, Fear, The Police, etc. Much like "High Times" cross-promoted Punk magazine, NY Rocker included a "mini-Slash" issue after the magazine's untimely demise: "R.I.P. = Rest In Punk" on pages 15-25. Most of the Slash covers can be viewed on: http://www.slashmag.com/covers.htm

[#17152]

SLASH

Vol. 1 no. 1. Los Angeles, 5 May 1977. Tabloïd, newsprint. (Folded once across, good copy).

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The fist issue of this groundbreaking LA punk magazine, the West Coast equivalent of NY Rocker because of the large format newsprint and amazing punk coverage. With numerous photographs.

[#10847]

SMEGMA

The magazine

Nos. 1 (October 1978) through 4 (1981) (all published). New York: Smegmania Productions, Iglust Productions, etc., 1978 - 1981. A complete set in four issues, (No.1 :28 pages incl green cover; No. 2: 24 pages incl.cover in blue and red; No. 3: 28 pages incl.green wrappers, plus additions " Hot Dog, You Bet!" 45 rpm flexi-disc", an unpeeled set of "Smegma: the Magazine" stickers and paper Insert Hot Dog with Cavellini sticker; No 4: 24 pages, b/w cover wirth 2 additional paper inserts "Page torn from the Bible" and "Moot Point").

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'Small Miracle Edited by Greater Manhattan Artists'. Contribs. by Joan Scholvin, John Potter, Jim Howley, Spaz Turner. Numerous photo-collage illustrations. No. 1 pink frontcover, No. 2 pink/blue. No. 3 green (with sticker Free record Inside) ; No. 4 b/w photographic cover.

[#18867]

SMEGMA

The magazine

Nos. 1 (October 1978) through 4 (1981) (all published). New York: Smegmania Productions, Iglust Productions, etc., 1978 - 1981. A complete set in four issues, (No.1 :28 pages incl green cover; No. 2: 24 pages incl.cover in blue and red; No. 3: 28 pages incl.green wrappers, plus additions " Hot Dog, You Bet!" 45 rpm flexi-disc", an unpeeled set of "Smegma: the Magazine" stickers and paper Insert Hot Dog with Cavellini sticker; No 4: 24 pages, b/w cover wirth 2 additional paper inserts "Page torn from the Bible" and "Moot Point"). Accompanied by a complete set of supplemental Smegma-related print productions including: - A Supple Mint, nos. 1 (1978) through 3 (1980); - Smegma Calendars for 1979, 1980, 1981, and 1982; - eleven (11) Smegma flyers produced by Lust and Igloo between 1978 and 1981 to advertise forthcoming issues of the magazine; as well as - an extra dis-bound copy of the Smegmatronics "Hot Dog, You Bet!" 45 rpm flexi-disc and additional unpeeled set of "Smegma: the Magazine" stickers (both also present as called for in issue no. 3 of the magazine). Various sizes, 12 mo. to tall 4to. Near fine. Self wrappers, stapled. Three calendars ring-bound. Related print ephemera in fine condition. Most probably the complete set of all published.

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Neo-dada underground music and art magazine published by Smegmanagers: Torridzone Igloo (Alexander Hirka), Scarlatina Lust, Contributors were Jim Howley, John Potter, Lester Burg, Spaz Turner, Joan Scholvin, Tuli Kupferberg, Buster Cleveland, Bart Plantenga, Tod Jorgensen, disloKate Klammer, E.F.HiggingsIII, Joanne Mayhew-Young. One of the first montage-style punkzines. Includes some original drawings by Tuli Kupferberg (of the Fugs) etc., with collage and mail-art. The set is accompanied by a complete set of supplemental Smegma-related print productions consisting of: - A Supple Mint, nos. 1 (1978) through 3 (1980): [8; 12; 14 pages; 21,5x17,5 cm; photocopied with colour added by hand] ; - Smegma Calendars for 1979, 1980, 1981, and 1982 ; [24 pages, 21,5x17,5 cm; 13 pages, 35,5x21,5cm; 13 pages, 35.5x21,5cm; 13 pages,12x10 cm]. The Calender pages each month done by other one of the contributors, with sheets of different colour per month. held together by metal rings to allow to turn the monthly pages (last page of 1980 detached from one ring, but otherwise intact). - eleven (11) Smegma flyers produced by Lust and Igloo between 1978 and 1981 to advertise forthcoming issues of the magazine ; as well as an - extra dis-bound copy of the Smegatronics "Hot Dog, You Bet!" 45 rpm flexi-disc and additional unpeeled set of "Smegma: the Magazine" stickers (both also present as called for in issue no. 3 of the magazine). --Contributors were Jim Howley, John Potter, Lester Burg, Spaz Turner, Joan Scholvin, Tuli Kupferberg, Buster Cleveland, Bart Plantenga, Tod Jorgensen, disloKate Klammer, E.F.HiggingsIII, Joanne Mayhew-Young, a.o Rare. NOT in "In Numbers" and not in "Allen".

[#18929]

SMEGMA

The magazine

Nos. 1 (October 1978) through 4 (1981) (all published). New York: Smegmania Productions, Iglust Productions, etc., 1978 - 1981. A complete set in four issues, (No.1 :28 pages incl green cover; No. 2: 24 pages incl.cover in blue and red; No. 3: 28 pages incl.green wrappers, plus additions " Hot Dog, You Bet!" 45 rpm flexi-disc", an unpeeled set of "Smegma: the Magazine" stickers and paper Insert Hot Dog with Cavellini sticker; No 4: 24 pages, b/w cover wirth 2 additional paper inserts "Page torn from the Bible" and "Moot Point"). - Plus: "A Supple MintTwo", 6 pages, smaller size,21,5x17cm, released after no.2 and before no 3. - Plus: Art Calender: "Fallout Smegma", 12 sheets, 35x21,5 different colour per month, plus front-sheet, held together by 2 metal rings to allow to turn the monthly pages. In excellent condition, only a small tear to front sheet. Calender one of limited edition (96/500).

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Smegmanagers: Torridzone Igloo, Scarlatina Lust, contribs. Jim Howley, John Potter, Lester Burg, Spaz Turner, Joan Scholvin, Tuli Kupferberg, Buster Cleveland, Bart Plantenga, a.o.; number 3 complete with the flexi disk (Igloo&Lust. "Hot dog, you bet !". Engineering/production Jack Friedman, with the leaflet by Achille Cavellini) and together with the loosely inserted 4to sheet of 33 self-adhesive labels, each with a different illustration. One of the first montage-style punkzines. Includes some original drawings by Tuli Kupferberg (of the Fugs) etc., with collage and mail-art. The Calender pages each month done by other one of the contributors.

[#18504]

SNIFFIN' GLUE

And Other Rock'n'Roll Habits for a bunch of bleeding idiots (subtitles change)

Numbers 3-12 (=last published). November 1976 -n.d.(end of 1977). London.Quarto; offset printed recto and verso, and stapled at upper left corner. Some light, general edgewear, but altogether a wonderful well preserved document. Complete with the flexi-disk that came with No. 12.

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Very good set of this rare UK Punk zine. Founded by Mark Perry, and aided by friends Danny Baker and Steve Micalef, Sniffin' glue was an alternative voice to the mainstream music papers, covering the punk music scene at a time when little else was available, running to a total of 12 issues. - No. 3. London, September 1976. 10 xeroxed sheets, printed on rectos, brass staple in left upper corner, excellent condition with only some trivial wear and tiny spot on the back cover. Front cover photo of Bryan Jones of The Damned, interview with that group, also Iggy Pop, Sex Pistorls, partial interview with Johnny Rotten etc. - No. 4. London, October 1976. 10 xeroxed sheets, sbrass staple in left upper corner. Minor creasing and wear, very light shaving to front cover, most likely already occurred during the production process. Featuring The Clash, Buxxcocks, Saints, Patty Smith new LP, etc. - No. 5. November 1976. 10 pages, corner stapled. Eddie and the Hot Rods, The Subway Sect+ Chelsea, Anarchy in the singles!, Eddie and the Hot Rods. Cover photo of Barrie Masters by Michael Beal. Editor Mark P, (also layout), with Steve Mick, Michael Beal, Sheila Rock, Subway Sect (photos). - No.6. January 1977. 13 pages, corner stapled. Sex Pistols (the full version of an article by Perry published in Time Out magazine, photos), Eater, Generation X, Chelsea, Clash cover photo by Sheila Rock, other photos by Erica Echenberg, Harry T. Murlowski & Jill Furmanovsky, scene news and reviews - No. 7. February 1977. 14 pages, corner stapled. Photos: Harry T. Murlowski. The Adverts. The Gorillas, Roxy Club News, Dobn Letts interview, Erica's (Erica Echenberg) Hang Ups (Photos)The Damned. - No. 8. March 1977, 14 pages, corner stapled. Mark P. Editor; Harry T. Murlowsky, Photographer; Steve Mick, Bump and grind stories. New York Invasion ! Heartbreakers, Cherry Vanilla, Wayne County, Buzzcocks, The Jam, The Clash, Qwhite Riot, Brian James,Damned. - No.9. April/May 1977. 14 pp. Guest-edited by Steve Mick with contributions from Mark Perry, Harry T. Mulowski, Danny Baker, Erica Echenberg, Jill Furmanovsky & Caroline Coon. Features the Models, the Cortinas, The Damned,Joey Ramone drawing of Dee-Dee ('Don't Punk Out'), news, reviews including the Damned in Great Malvern and New York,The Clash, Johnny Moped, The Jam, The Saints, The Stranglers, Skrewdriver, Eddie & the Hot Rods, Elvis Costello, Blondie, and more - including several great period ads. including one from Shane MacGowan for a drummer in the Erect Nipples. - No.10. June - 1977. 14pp. No longer edited by Steve Mick, with significant input from Danny Baker as well as Perry. Chelsea, Johnny Moped, reviews incl. Clash / Buzzcocks / Subway Sect at the Rainbow, full page ad for Sex Pistols/God Save the Queen. Photos by Jill Furmanovsky, Erica Echenberg, Harry T. Murlowski, Caroline Coon & Michael Clifford. 'With Sniffin' Glue the relevant issues are 1-4 and 9 to 12' (Baker). Very minor creasing and wear. - No. 11. July 1977. London, 1977. 28 pages. Edited by Mark Perry and Danny Baker. Includes letter from Mick Jones and Robin Crocker of The Clash, article on Jonathan Richman, reviews, ads (New York Dolls, Squeeze, etc.), Erica's Hang-Up, Music from the dead factory, Speed London Press,. Get Funked, and more. - No. 12. [publisher: Rough Trade, London] Quarto; 14pp. stapled at upper left corner. Some light, general edgewear; final page is detached, though original staple is still intact; Together with Alternative TV's 'Love Lies Limp' flexi disc, unplayed, and still in the original insert sleeve; Fine. This final issue features a detailed history of Chiswick Records, show review of the Sham's at The Vortex, a nice Clash photo insert, a write-up on Generation X, and several articles. Perry stopped Sniffin' Glue with number 12, about the same time he suggested that punk had been assimilated into the music industry. A clean copy with the original flexi-disc that's usually missing.

[#18705]

SOILANT

Nos. 2, 4, 5 (out of probably 5 issues published). Zürich, Mai 1980- Mai 1981. Issues of 24 pages, mimeographed, stapled. (Nr.2 lightly soiled and small closed tear in the last page.

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Rare Swiss punk zine. Editor Christian Tschernitsch. Reports from the punk scenes in Holland, Switzerland, Germany, etc. Crass, Ayatollahs, Cockey Rejects, among many others. Text in german, with some english and french.

[#19095]

SOUNDINGS

Volumes 1-16 [Complete]. Sylmar, California : 1972-1990. First edition. 4to, various paginations. 16 numbers in 13 volumes. Some issues with individual titles. Title written ink to edge of text block of two issues, single small unobtrusive ink notation to the cover of one issue, but generally near fine to fine.

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Edited by Peter Garland, who started this following a workshop attended at California Arts Inst with Dick Higgins. Soundings was notable for reproducing scores, many from the composer's holograph. Number 13 is a special issue devoted to the music of James Tenney. With contributions across the numbers by Lou Harrison, Pauline Oliveros, Wolfgang Stoerchle, Harold Budd, James Tenney, Robert Ashley, Harry Partch, Dick Higgins, Philip Corner, Paul Bowles, Silvestre Revueltes, Guillermo Ceniceros, Steve Reich, and many others.

[#18285]

THE STAR

(Number 1, probably only published). New York, NY, J. 1970. Tabloid., loose leaves, unpaginated. Newsprint, light toning.

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Designed and published by Stanley Stellar and John Dowd, Contents include photographs, photomontages, stamp art and drawings, many featuring images of the Rolling Stones and the spectre of Brian Jones, one of them by Elisabeth Staal.

[#18938]

STOP ! (Preceded by Comical Funnies)

Magazine.

Nos. 1-9 (all publ.) New York, NY, 1982-1984. Original pictorial wrappers, spine stapled. 17,5x21 cm. Excellent condition. TOGETHER WITH: precursor: COMICAL FUNNIES. Nos. 1-3 (all publ.). New York,NY 1980-1981. Nos. 1 and 3: 28,5x21,5; second issue 43x29. Covers in colour, inside b/w.

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FOLLOW-UPS OF John Holmstroms PUNK. Comical Funnies was the immediate follow-up to Punk Magazine Holmstrom continued then in STOP!: Editor J.D.King, associate editor John Holmstrom, with Dale Ashmun, Peter Bagge, Bill Griffith. and Bruce Carleton. In the spirit of Holstroms Punk magazine. Featurs John Candy, The Honeymooners, Bull Winkle,3 Stooges, Punkxploitation, Hollywood eats Punks alive, Clay Wilson.

[#19101]

STRANGE THINGS ARE HAPPENING

Nos. 1-7 (all published). St,Albans (UK), Bam-Caruso Books, 1988-1990. Complete with the Vinyl record in no. 7), 29,5x21 cm., stapled in pictorial wrappers, each 48-52 pages.

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Glossy magazine for Pop- and Rock music, Editor: Brian Hogg, with Richard Norris, Phil Smee. Coverage of many groups and artists, incl.: The Kinks, Syd Barrett, Psychic TV, Robyn Hitchcock, Beach movies, Iggy & The Stooges, Wire, Richard Brautigan, Lowell George, Kathy Acker, Sgt. Bilko, Tiny Tim, Bruce Lee, Nirvana (UK), "Barbarella", Frank Zappa, Mike Bloomfield, Straight Records, The Soft Machine, Terry Riley, Dr. Who, The Grateful Dead, Daevid Allen, Van Morrison, the Man From U.N.C.L.E., The Go-Betweens, John Fahey, Moondog, Bob Dylan, Nick Drake, Kenneth Patchen, Kaleidoscope (UK), John Simon, detective pulps, The Oxford Sound, and more. A planned no 8 never actually appeared.

[#19481]

SUBURBAN RELAPSE

Numbers 1-13 (all publ.). Miami, FL. August 1981 - 1985. All issues 28x21,5 cm. (b/w), nos 2-5 in reduced size 21,5x18 cm. (b/w,wrappers coloured paper). Complete run of all 13 issues of this elusive Florida fanzine. The early issues, particularly issue #1, are elusive.

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Punk rag published by Barry Soltz (a/k/a Boz) covering the South Florida early punk scene on into hardcore and eventually national acts and filmmakers. Powered by SmugMug. Editor: Boz, contributors: Olivier, Wendle Holiday, Cathy Sheekey, Craig Snyder (also cover photo and Logos), Stillano, Adam Klein. Orig price sticker to no.8. "One of the longest-running punk zines to come out of Miami. Contents include interviews, reviews of local restaurants, shows, and albums."

[#16248]

SUMMER DIARY 1986

Bruce Weber Picturebook: Per Lui Edizione Speciale. Milan, Italy. Conde Nast & Company 1986 Magazine. First edition, first printing.

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Photos by Bruce Weber. In PER LUI men's magazine,, special issue, originally appeared with the July/August 1986 issue. Collection of b & w vintage, tinted and full-colour photographs

[#18690]

TAKE IT !

Nos. 1-6 (all publ.). punk fanzine, Boston, 1981 - 1982 All six original issues of this short-lived, Boston-based punk mag! With one small exception (issue #1 has a 3" closed tear on the back cover), all issues have been stored in polypropylene sleeve and are in excellent condition complete with flexis.

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Set composed as follows: No.1: Psychedelic Furs, Slits, Snakefinger and Brian Brain plus a Trademarks flexi. No.2: Pete Shelly, NRBQ plus a Creamers/Moving Parts flexi. No.3: Willie "Loco" Alexander, Mission of Burma, Individuals, Eddie & the Hot Rods plus a Yellow/Renaldo & The Loaf flexi. No.4: 1/2 Japanese, Lyres, John Cale, Armand Schaubroeck, Richard Meltzer and Ira Kaplan plus a Mutants/Half Japanese flexi. No.5: Dead Kennedys with Flipper/Angry Samoans/DK's flexi. No.6: Flesh Eaters with Tex & The Horseheads/Meat Puppets/Flesh Eaters flexi.

[#19515]

TERMINAL

Philadelphia's New Music Magazine.

Nos. 1-19 (all publ.) Philadelphia, PA. 1980 - 1985. ( 31x23 cm for nos. 1-7, then nos. 8-15 enlarging to 39x29 cm., later issues epanding to tabloids 43x 29. B/w printing, with colour red added starting no 15.) At first 20 pp/issue, expanding to 40 pp issue. Numerous photographs. Flexi-disks added to Nos. 15 and 18. The complete set, rare. Some occasional wear to newsprint issues but all complete including both flexi-discs

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Legendary Philadelphia Punk Magazine. Publisher: Steven Fritz, editor (s): Jason Keeh, Julian Kernes, Carol Schutzbank, Sandra Davis, Sanra Garcia., production mgr. Julian Kernes, Contributors: Dave Brookman (also Photography), Frank Chemielewski, Sean Dunnill, Ernie, Griffin a.o.'photography Judy Rosario, Helen Schwartz, Lisa Cortez, Ricky Ercoli, Lisa Haun, Debbi Holcombem Susan Carson, Gary Chun, Wayne Cozzilino, Les Flint, and others. No. 16/17 double Black Flag; No. 7 Punkfest.

[#18680]

THRASHER

Skateboarding magazine: (LA Punk-Rock magazine)

Years 1-10. San Francisco (1981-1991) This set includes every issue from its most crucial period: the first 10 years spanning 1981 - 1991, with: "The best of Thrasher" Winter 1988. and with "10th Anniversary", published January 1992. A set of 131 issues in all including the early and extremely elusive large format issues. Overall condition is excellent with a few instances of minor wear on later issues, and a small defect to left upper corner of number 1.

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The most influential skateboarding magazine ever published. With its unique blend of skating and punk rock coverage it has been at the forefront ever since it started in 1981. Outside of Thrasher's own archives, a set of this scope has never been assembled or offered.

[#17547]

THE TRANSYLVANIAN

Rocky Horror News.

Vol. 1 No. 1. Premier National Issue. Philadelphia, 1978 (no more published ?) 4to; stapled in the spine, b/w and colour red added. Very light edgewear. (Insert Time Warp included).

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Edited by Robin Lipner. The Rocky Horror Fan Club in Association with Adam Sargis and Adam Sargis Associates., Philadelphia, PA. The first issue of a magazine focusing on the Rocky Horror Picture Show. 24 pages, some numbered. Illustrated, crossword puzzle, drawings, photos, black & white.

[#19082]

TWEN

(from no. 2 onw.: TABOE.). Blad voor jonge mensen.

Nos. 1-4 (all publ.). Amsterdam, Uitgeverij Twen/Uitgeverij Amstelpers. 1960-1961. 26,5 x 34 cm.. 4to., original illustrated wrappers with illustrations and photographs. Set in good clean condition with only light edge- and spine wear.

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TWEN Nummer 1:Wie Dit Leest Wordt Gek - TABOE Nummer 2 :Maar 't Went Wel - TABOE Nummer 3 :Samen Wonen Kijk Kijk Kijk Maar - TABOE Nummer 4: Ssst Ssstdijk Soestdijk. Directed by André v.d. Louw, R. Ferdinandusse, a.o.; with contribs. by R. Campert, H. Claus, C. Nooteboom, S. Vinkenoog, Lucebert, Bibeb, Mischa de Vreede, W.F. Hermans, Hans Andreus, Jack Kerouac, Peter Schumacher, Aya Zikken a.o.. ; Oscar van Alphen, Ed van der Elsken, Ata Kando, Joan van der Keuken, Henri Cartier Bresson en Elliot Erwitt (Magnum), Eddy Posthuma de Boer, Leonard Freed en anderen. Omslagen Ed van der Elsken, Eddy Posthuma de Boer, Peter Ruting en Shunk-Kender. Illustraties door oa. Frank Lodeizen, Oey Tjeng Sit, Tomi Ungerer.etc. Covers, ills. and photographs by Oscar van Alphen, Ed van der Elsken, Ata Kando, Joan van der Keuken, Henri Cartier Bresson en Elliot Erwitt (Magnum), Eddy Posthuma de Boer, Leonard Freed, , Peter Ruting en Shunk-Kender. Frank Lodeizen, a.o.

[#15837]

UNSOUND

Vol. 1 nos. 1-5 (all); Vol. 2 nos. 1-4 (all); Vol. 3 nos. 1-2 (all, no. 2 as "The Final Unsound"). Complete ,all published. San Francisco, Ca. 1983-1985. Original wrappers, stapled; 15-27 cm. The final issue is a folder in a plastic bag consisting of a tabloïd issue, two booklets and an audio cassette. (Small imperfection to frontcover of no. 1, otherwise all numbers in excellent condition).

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The complete set of this artist periodical, a mixture of art, photography, music and other media, comprising 10 physical issues (vol. 2 no 3/4 is double) and the Final Issue. Editors: William S. Davenport, Christopher N. Rankin and Tamara F. ". . . Unsound was established as a venue for artists, groups and organisations, working within areas where promotional/exposure outlets were limited, or as in most cases, non-existent. Covers by D. Cremieux, H. Dekomposition, Mark Klee, Mary O'Neil, Paul H.O., T.M. Caldwell and others. Issues varying in length from 40 -65 pages. THE FINAL UNSOUND. Vol. 3 no 2.1985 consists of colophon, two booklets and an audio cassette in a folder enclosed in a plastic bag. Further details and list of contributors on the website or on request. Artists included: Culturcide, The L.A. Experiment, Electronic Underground, Birthday Party, P. Meyer, Whitehouse, Kommunity FK, Xerox Sutra Editions, Z'ev,P.I.L., Debt of Nature, P. Ratt, S.C. Hunt, R. Farrel, P. Edlund, W. Torphy, D. Banda, D. Cremieux, G. Helfand a.o,.

[#13792]

LA VIE PARISIENNE

Moeurs, Elégantes, Choses du Jour, Fantaisies, Voyages. Théatres, Musique, Modes.

A collection of 160 issues of the New Series between Nos. 1-228. Paris, 1949-1969. With Special Issues Été & Automne 1948 and two Supplementary Issues Les plus belles filles (1963) & Rythmes, formes et beauté (1969). Original pictorial wrappers. Profusely illustrated.

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The post-war period of this famous French glamour pin-up magazine with numerous photographs of pin-ups and strip-tease stars, but also of movie stars such as Brigitte Bardot, Anita Ekberg, Jane Birkin and Agnès Spaak. Photographs by Bernand, George Henri, Serge de Sazo, Paul de Cordon, André de Diénès a.o. Drawing and covers by Martio. J.-P. Denbis, Pierre Laconte, A. Genta a.o. In one issue a few pages torn at upper-corner. A new series was started on a smaller format in 1970, of which we add the first issue.

[#16941]

VISIONAIRE

Number 17. Gold, Beams Anniversary Issue. New York, Visionaire, 1996, various miscell. contributions (fold. lvs., booklets, a gold-painted metal halo etc.), loose as issued in orig. gilt board box, printed in 2500 numb. copies, large 4to. - Box trifle rubbed. = Fine publication, i.a. containing photographs by INEZ VAN LAMSWEERDE.

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[#6871]

WET

The Magazine of Gourmet Bathing and Beyond.

Vol. 1 (no 5) - Vol. 6 (no 4, last published). (also numbered as Nos. 5-34, and no more published after that). Venice, Cal., Feb./March 1977 - Nov./Dec. 1981. 4to (enlarging to folio from nos. 16-25), unbound, in the original pictorial wrappers, numerous illustrations and photographs.

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A rare set of 29 issues (only no 17 is lacking) of this amazing California lifestyle magazine. Edited by Leonard Koren, the central topic was WATER and the art and delights of bathing: amazing colourful covers, abundant photographic illustrations and numerous advertisements made of this periodical a unique trendy/glossy/erotic publication: "Gourmet Bathing is a means for enjoying the world...It's a parody of all other enthusiasms...Then again, Gourmet Bathing is the willingness to be silly." (Charlie Haas). Always around the central topic 'gourmet bathing' the content is of a highly varied nature, with features and contributions on and by: Mud Mama. Interview with Rabyn Blake; Athena Tacha (The process of Aging & several other contribs.); Jack Nicholson; Ed Ruscha;Jane Gaskill (Bathroom Bondage); Bob & Bob; Henry Miller (On turning eighty); Priscilala Presley; Mick Jagger;Anthony Friedkin; Brian Hagiwara; Cheryl Lester; Linda Burnham; Timothy Leary; Candice Berger; Leonard Cohen; Iggy Pop; William Burroughs; Captain Beefheart; Brian Eno; Dennis Cooper (John Kennedy jr. Poems); David Hockney; Elvis Costello, etc.etc.; fine set of this highly desirable magazine, of which without doubt not many survived.

[#18558]

WHITE STUFF

A rock n roll magazine for international heroes.

No. 5. 13 pages, stencilled on yellow paper, stapled in the corner.[n.p., London]. Sept/Oct. 1977. In very good condition.

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Edited by Sandy Robertson. A Patti Smith fanzine, the name being derived from lyrics to Smith's song 'Ain't It Strange.' Article by Frank W. Letchford on the art of Austin Osman Spare, 'Notes on Holiday Inn' by Smith, and a fans' notes on Smith, The Rolling Stones, and Rimbaud.

[#16873]

YARDBIRD

Magazine (Zeitschrift für Jazz und Anderes. Hrsg. Galerie Seide)

YARDBIRD. Nos. 1-6. Hannover 1959-1961 (all under this title). In the original wrappers. Continued as: DER EGOIST. Nos. 7-17 (all publ.), Frankfurt, n.d. (1965?)-1970. In the original stiff wrappers. Continued as: DER NEUE EGOIST. Nos. 1-2 (all publ.). Frankfurt/Hannover, (n.d.,1975-1976). In gold-coloured orig. wrappers. Most issues, except No.17, in the edition with the graphic supplement, see detail below. The whole set in good condition for this fragile publication. All ca. 32,5 x 23,5 cm.

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An art and art promotional publication of Galerie Seide. Published almost single-handedly by the Gallerist Seide (resulting in numerous errors and anomalies in the numbering). Early issues handmade, lateron larger editions. Full set of these publications ,printed and produced under Seides supervision, mimeographed and printed in offset, at first in Hannover. After his move to Frankfurt the journal was produced in a larger, more commercial edition. The last issue (17) published by Melzer Verlag, but immediately there after publication was discontinued. We are not certain that the art supplement to this number was ever published. The first series (Yardbird) with orig. artwork on the covers and supplements (Zinklithografien) by Igael Tumarkin, Carl Buchheister, Günter Drehbusch, Helmut Scholz (loose in no. 4, signed), Raimund Girke (2 of 3 in no 5.) Arnulf Rainer (in no. 6, signed), Hermann Goepfert, Robert Michel. Thomas Bayrle, etc. Articles on contemporary art and artists, also on Jazz (Peter Kasten). The successor "Der Egoist" later "Neue Egoist" was printed in offset, and bound in white stiff card wrappers with an illustration - No. 7. 1965. 44 pp, in typographic wrappers. incl.several illustrated pages. With signed lithography (56/200) by Raimund Girke. Contribs. By Werner Schreib, HJ Precht, Peter Iden, J.A.Thwaites, etc. - No. 8. n.d. (1966). 32 + XX pages, in illustrated stiff wrappers. With graphic supplement by Ygael Tumarkin also monograph 8 on Tumarkin - No. 9 , 1966. 22 + XX pages. With graphic supplement by Hermann Goepfert (by Produktionsgruppe X Nummer 23/500 der I. Auflage, signed and with stamp on verso). - No. 10. n.d. (1967). 50 page in illustrated stiff wrappers. With montage by Robert Michel & Ella Bergmann. Egozentrisches Manifest by Timm Ulrichs. - - No. 11. März 1967. 3.Jahrgang Heft 1. With a serigraphy by Jef Verheyen - No. 12. September 1967. 3.Jahrgang Heft 2. Hommage à Albert Schulze Vellinghausen. With orig.serigraphy by Raimund Girke - No.13. Nov. 1967. Hommage à Lucio Fontana. Hrsg. Adam Seide. 7 pages in stiff boards. "Weiße Manifest" von L. Fontana with portrait; Contributions by Heinz Mack, Herman Goepfert, Wieland Schmied, Kurt Leonhard, Otto Piene, - No. 14. 1968 (1.Quartal, 4.Jahrgang, should be 9 th year). 46 pages in illustrated card wrappers. With Graphic supplement by Christian Megert. Devoted to art in Switzerland. Contribs.: J.A.Thwaites,Tuli Kupferberg, Peter Handke.Willoughby Sharp, etc. - No. 15.1968 (2.Quartal 1968). 50 pages in illustrated card wrappers. With Lithography by Herman de Vries. Issue devoted to Art in The Netherlands, contr.many important dutch authors in translation, Provo documentation, etc - No. 16. (1.Heft 10.Jahrgang). 30 pages in illustrated card wrappers. Mostly dedicated to Thomas Bayrle. With Lithography by Bayrle. - No. 17. (Heft 1/1970,11.Jahgang). 64 pages in illustrated card wrappers. Mostly dedicated to Werner Schreib (but the graphic supplement by him not present ,if published). The first commercially publishedissue (by Melzer Verlag), at the same time the last till continuation as - Neue Egoist No. 1 with signed lithograph by Leiv Warren Donnan - Neue Egoist No. 2 withsigned lithograph by Thomas Bayrle.

[#18416]

ZONE V.

Fanzine / Photozine.

Nos. 1 - 2 (All Published). (Wheaton, MD]:) Jim Saah, nd [ca. 1983]. 4to. Original self-wrappers. Issue one has corner of page 3 trimmed for ab.3x10 cm., otherwise perfect condition, clean. Issue two has highlighting to a few pages and a scuff to front cover.

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Visually interesting zine, and important hard core document, edited by Jim Saah. Issue one features a contribution by Thurston Moore as well as an interview with Henry Rollins. Heavily illustrated with B&W photos of the Circle Jerks, Government Issue, Black Flag, 2-page spread on Minor Threat, plus numerous others. Also includes 4-page spread on "The Minor Threat Family Tree." Issue two includes: Mission of Burma, Suicidal Tendencies, X, Necros, Youth Brigade, and others. Important harDCore document.