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Weekly Beat. Vol. I, No. 1 (14 April 1967) (all published?)

Weekly Beat. Vol. I, No. 1 (14 April 1967) (all published?)

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16 pp., the first and likely only issue published of the early underground Boston serial devoted to music, under the editorial direction of Dave Wilson of Broadside and published by George Papadopoulo, put on hold while the staff worked at the American Festival of Music at the Commonwealth Armory and never resumed, coverage includes The Byrds, The Beatles, the Real Great Society, the comedy team of Kenny Solms and Gail Parent, Provos, Tim Rose, and The Blues Magoos. Illustrated throughout. Tabloid format. Offset-printed illustrated self-wrpps. Some minor wear along spine, minor toning and soiling. Cambridge, Massachusetts (Unicorn Press) 1967. After Weekly Beat, Dave Wilson and his colleagues would go on to publish One Eyed Man and later Avatar, of Mel Lyman and the Fort Hill Community fame. Very scarce; as of October 2017, WorldCat does not locate any holdings of this title.

  • Bookseller: F.A. Bernett Books US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 48745
  • Title: Weekly Beat. Vol. I, No. 1 (14 April 1967) (all published?)
  • Book condition: Used
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Bookseller catalogs: 20th Century; Serials;
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