Earth Magazine Vol. 1 No. 1 December 1970, Editor James Goode Very Rare

Very rare , single issue, counterculture magazine: EARTH December, 1970 Volume 1, Number 1 Editor: James Goode Publishers: Richard Brams & James Goode
Includes :Almanac of boutiques, head shops, surplus, record & book stores, radio stations, movie theaters, and "other things" in Atlanta, Baltimore, St Louis, Washington DC & Cincinnati. Events around the country featuring music, theater/dance, film and exhibitions. Reviews of the Bible (somewhat tongue-in-cheek); the Diamond Sutra (a new San Francisco Tantric cuisine restaurant); Vonnegut's "Happy Birthday, Wanda Jane"; Barry Goldwater's "The Conscience of a Majority"; Jean Coctreau's "Opium", as performed on stage at the Edison Theater in NYC; and several others. Articles with color photos on the US Marine training camp at Parris Island; the Isle of Wight concert with Roger Daltry, John Sebastian, Joan Baez, Donovan, Kris Kristofferson, and many others; the Renaissance Pleasure Faire of Marin County; Iggy (Pop) Stooge; and an interview w/Andy Warhol gal pal, Tiger Morse. The Music section includes reflections on recently departed, Janis Joplin and Jimi Hendrix; In addition, there are full page ads for now defunct, Pan Am and The Whole Earth Catalog. Photos included in a segment titled, "Street Clothes" were credited to Harvey Milk (see pictures 4 and 11&12)
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