No 1 EARTH Magazine DEC 1970 RARE Counterculture Iggy Janis Jimi Daltry Hippies
This is Volume 1 Number 1, the first issue of EARTH Magazine December 1970, published by Richard Brams and James A. Goode, founder and editor. Hard to find counterculture, hippie magazine with great articles on music, war, & the environment and great pictures too. 80 pages. Includes:
- Almanac listing boutiques, head shops, book and music stores, theaters, concerts, surplus, radio, movies, hand mades, other things to do and see in Atlanta, Baltimore, Saint Louis, Washington DC, and Cincinnati.
- Events listing music, theater, dance, and exhibitions in various states.
- Iggy (Pop) Stooge sex king for the 70's
- Tiger (Joan) Morse fashion guru, Andy Warhol star, “La Passionaria of the dropout subculture” (1932-1972).
- Farewells to recently departed Janis Joplin (died 10/4/1970) & Jimi Hendrix (died 9/18/1970).
- Isle of Wight Concert with Roger Daltry, John Sebastian, Joan Baez, Donovan, Kris Kristofferson, Chicago, pictures of some stars and the naked hippie audience... Jimi's last concert.
- Renaisance Pleasure Faire in Marin County, CA.
- Street Clothes shows pics of what's hip and hippy on both coasts (some photos by Harvey Milk).
- What On Earth Are We Doing? by Alan Watts; and more.
- 80 swell pages reflecting the culture of the psychedelic era. A fun read!
- Condition: Tiny pale water stain front cover bottom right side. Some text pages were printed on less expensive paper than the photo pages. They are tan in color so probably have darkened with time. Slight lengthwise indent front cover near spine. No missing pages. No tears. No markings of any kind. In very good condition.
- A little info about Earth founder, James Goode from his NY Times commemorative obituary in 1992: In the 50's & early 60's he was a correspondent for Life and then became an editor at Time-Life. Early in the 1970's he founded Earth magazine and Earth News, an alternative news service for radio. He was the executive editor of Playboy, Playgirl, Penthouse and Viva in the 70's. He was the publisher of Oui in 1982. He had been the editor of Film News International, Platinum and The Robb Report, and was the editorial director of Hustler and Chic.
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