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MFU Newsletter. No. 2 for Fall, 1967 [together with] No. 3
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MFU Newsletter. No. 2 for Fall, 1967 [together with] No. 3

By Midpeninsula Free University

[Stanford]: MFU, 1967. 8.5x14 inch sheets; no. 2 is four sheets, no. 3 is a single sheet, with a horizontal fold crease, originally stapled together for mailing, with address and postal markings on the other sheet. Includes articles about the Peace and Freedom Party, issues facing the Free University, and more.

$20.00

Party music, the inside story of the Black Panthers\' band and how Black power transformed soul music.  Foreword by Boots Riley
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Party music, the inside story of the Black Panthers' band and how Black power transformed soul music. Foreword by Boots Riley

By Vincent, Rickey

Chicago: Lawrence Hill Books, 2013. Paperback. 414p., wraps, very good condition, illus.

$15.00

The Works of Ned Rorem [catalogue]
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The Works of Ned Rorem [catalogue]

By Rorem, Ned

New York: Boosey & Hawkes, 1978. 24p., 5.5x8.5 inches, introduction, catalogue of all music of Rorem published by Boosey & Hawkes, index, worn and stained booklet in stapled pictorial wraps.

$11.00

The land where the blues began
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The land where the blues began

By Lomax, Alan

New York: Pantheon Books, 1993. Hardcover. xv, 539p. + 32p. black/white photos, first edition, very good in a very good dj. On the Mississippi Delta and its music.

$25.00

Gang qin de yi shu
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Gang qin de yi shu

By Taylor, Franklin; Wu Yili

Guangzhou: Yi shu ke xue chu ban she, 1950. 232p., paperback, pages toned, otherwise very good. Chinese translation of Taylor's "Technique and expression in pianoforte playing.

$15.00

[Flyer for a night of Cuban music presented by Casa de Las Americas]
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[Flyer for a night of Cuban music presented by Casa de Las Americas]

[New York]: Casa de Las Americas, nd. Single sheet, printed on one side, 8.5 x 11 inches, illus., horizontal crease, some offsetting to lower half, else very good condition. Text in Spanish. Advertises a night of Cuban music sponsored by Casa de Las Americas, featuring both traditional and protest songs. The event was held in New York and featured the band Tierra Colora.

$12.00

Mercurians  are you sleeping; side one The Rings of Saturn, side two The Moons of Jupiter [45 rpm record]
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Mercurians are you sleeping; side one The Rings of Saturn, side two The Moons of Jupiter [45 rpm record]

By Martinson, Neil, composer. Christof & Mercurians, arrangers

San Francisco: Akashic Records & Tapes 530 Divisadero (Write to Mercurians at this address), 1999. Two seven-inch ep's pressed on translucent red plastic, in their original plain sleeves and a printed green folder holding these in the same pocket; the folder info states "a limited edition ('273' inserted / 500) released". Pocket and one sleeve show trivial crimping round two corners, discs appear pristine, a very good set. Unheard by us. The address is close to the headquarters of Coltrane mystics on Divisadero, and not far from Tchirinjiva's (sp?) live-in clan, a long-gone 70s effort to get holy. Recorded in SF and mixed in NYC. drums: Phil Franklin. bass guitar: Deborah Fox. keyboards: Suzanne Ramsey. acoustic guitar: Christof W. Certik I. electric guitar: Neil Martinson. Additional instruments on Rings of Saturn include viola and glockenspiel, and on Moons of Jupiter, marimba.

$20.00

QX International: the scene and music magazine; #224, 7 April, 1999
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QX International: the scene and music magazine; #224, 7 April, 1999

By Claffey, Tony, editor

London: Firststar, 1999. Magazine. 40p., 8.5x11 inches with 30p. Classified Ads section bound-in, articles, photos, news, reviews, lightly-worn gay entertainment magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. Gay Clubs, bars, entertainment, personal ads.

$12.00

Tall Guy issues 1 and 2
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Tall Guy issues 1 and 2

By AdamD, Steve Choi, Ben Flannagan, Anton and Lewis Patzner et al.

San Francisco: Self-published by the author, 2008. First two issues, [20p] each, 4.25x14 inches, very good music and pop-culture 'zines by a musician and artist from Gilroy, California, stapled pictorial wraps.

$25.00

Don\'t arrest the Christmas Spirit [poster]
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Don't arrest the Christmas Spirit [poster]

[Madison, WI-?], n.d.. 11x17 inch poster, neat fold crease and mild toning; asks the reader to bring $2 worth of canned food for the pantry at Charlotte's Web for the chance to see the Rod MacDonald Band, Ron and Ann Holm, Jodi Allis, Motherlode, and Lewis Koche. Poster design is credited to "lastminute lichtenheld of Madison." Blurry image of Santa getting arrested, from Michael Lesy's book "Real Life.

$35.00

QX International: one sceneone magazine; #266, 9 February, 2000
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QX International: one sceneone magazine; #266, 9 February, 2000

By Claffey, Tony, editor

London: Firststar, 2000. Magazine. 46p., 8.5x11 inches with 32p. Classified Ads section bound-in, articles, photos, news, reviews, lightly-worn gay entertainment magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. Gay Clubs, bars, entertainment, personal ads.

$12.00

Better Days: 1986 Peace Calendar: Songs and Illustrations of the Worldwide Movement for Peace and Justice: Still Singing for Our Lives
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Better Days: 1986 Peace Calendar: Songs and Illustrations of the Worldwide Movement for Peace and Justice: Still Singing for Our Lives

London: Better Days, 1986. Calendar. [32]p., stapled wraps, 8.25 x 11.75 inches, illus., song lyrics, lightly worn else very good conditition.

$25.00

QX International: one sceneone magazine; #267, 16 February, 2000
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QX International: one sceneone magazine; #267, 16 February, 2000

By Claffey, Tony, editor

London: Firststar, 2000. Magazine. 46p., 8.5x11 inches with 32p. Classified Ads section bound-in, articles, photos, news, reviews, lightly-worn gay entertainment magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. Gay Clubs, bars, entertainment, personal ads.

$12.00

QX International: the scene and music magazine; #223, 31 March, 1999
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QX International: the scene and music magazine; #223, 31 March, 1999

By Claffey, Tony, editor

London: Firststar, 1999. Magazine. 48p., 8.5x11 inches with 32p. Classified Ads section bound-in, articles, photos, news, reviews, lightly-worn gay entertainment magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. Gay Clubs, bars, entertainment, personal ads.

$12.00

SGLC Newsletter: [first four issues?]
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SGLC Newsletter: [first four issues?]

San Francisco: Society of Gay and Lesbian Composers, 1990. Four issues, 6 - 8 pages each, 8.5x11 inches, meeting schedules, reports, events, concerts, resources, very good bnewsletters comprised of several sheets stapled upper-left and printed both sides. No copies located in OCLC as of 8/2019. Issues unnumbered but meetings noted on covers are, July, August, September and October 1990. July issues asks that the newsletter be named.

$45.00

Mi Pueblo Creador:\
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Mi Pueblo Creador:" remembering Victory Jara. [Ph.D. dissertation, Brandeis University]

By Gould, Peter

Waltham, MA: the author, 2002. Paperback. 276p., binder's tape and plastic wraps, 8.5x11 inches, very good condition.

$30.00

Cycle Sluts. A special limited engagement opening Wednesday, April 19th at The City [poster]
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Cycle Sluts. A special limited engagement opening Wednesday, April 19th at The City [poster]

San Francisco: The City, 1978. 11x17 inch poster, unevenly toned and with a corner crease, for a series of performances at the club on Montgomery and Broadway. Artwork by "Coulter." The Los Angeles-based band and theatrical troupe, which preferred the term "gender-benders" instead of drag queens, has been described as a leather biker version of the Cockettes. It is not to be confused with the later, straighter "Cycle Sluts from Hell.

$95.00

8th Annual Tucson Mariachi International Conference [program] Tucson, Arozona, April 18-21, 1990
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8th Annual Tucson Mariachi International Conference [program] Tucson, Arozona, April 18-21, 1990

Tucson: La Frontera Center, 1990. Magazine. [28p] 8.5x11 inches, photos, schedule, performers, ads, very good program magazine in stapled pictorial wraps.

$20.00

Latin Beat Magazine [5 issues]
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Latin Beat Magazine [5 issues]

By Mangual, Rudolph, publisher and editor-in-chief

Five issues of the Latin music magazine spanning the period from November 1992 to May 1997. Issues present are Volume 2 Numbers 9 and 10, Volume 3 Numbers 1 and 5, and Volume 7 Number 4. Various pagination, all 8.5 x 11 inches, all have worn wraps, all except Volume 7 Number 4 have old price stickers on front wraps else generally very good condition.

$25.00

Thee Royal Checkmates [b&w publicity photo] Louie & Gloria Cadena, managers
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Thee Royal Checkmates [b&w publicity photo] Louie & Gloria Cadena, managers

East Los Angeles: Louie & Gloria Cadena. Photograph. 8x6.5 inch b&w publicity photo of the very young East LA Chicano band, very good. 1960s East LA Chicano band who had a hit with "Get Out Of My Life Woman" From Eastlarevue which appears to be defunct as of 7/2019: Eastside Band featured child prodigy drummer, Aaron Ballesteros who was also the leader of the group at the age of 14 and is considered by many Eastside Music Historians to be one of the finest drummers to ever come out of the East Los Angeles area. It was Aaron's father, Ray Ballesteros who also managed Thee Royal Checkmates from East Los Angeles, California and this all male, 9-member band with a great horn section, arrangements and vocals had a big following of fans whenever they performed. Many artists have recorded this cover song written by Alan Tousaint over the years including The Paul Butterfield Blues Band. The band recorded this version at Stereo Masters Recording Studio on Melrose Avenue in Hollywood, California across from the Desilu Studios with legendary recording engineer, Bruce Morgan at the controls. Eddie Davis released the recording on Faro Records in 1967 and co-produced with Max Uballez. Aaron Ballesteros is still an active drummer and currently plays with Thee Midniters, Los Lobos and Tierra to name a few.

$45.00

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