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THE BEATLES: The Press Reports
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THE BEATLES: The Press Reports

By Sandercombe, W. Fraser (re: The Beatles: John Lennon; Paul McCartney; George Harrison; Ringo Starr)

Burlington, Ontario: Collector's Guide Publishing, 2007. 317 pp. Trade paperback format. A new, unread copy, signed by the author (if you want it signed). Illustrated in black and white. The Chapters are: 1957; 1961; 1962; 1963; 1964; 1965; 1966; 1967; 1968; 1969; 1970; A Brief Cavern History; 1971 Melody Maker Interview with Paul McCartney; 1971 Melody Maker Interview with George Martin; The Beatles' First Radio Interview; and Beatles Time Line. The publisher of Collector's Guide Publishing - and Apogee Books - Robert Godwin, won the Space Frontier Foundation's Best Presentation of Space Award in 2002 for his Apollo Mission Reports series. In 2007 the International Astronomical Union's Committee for Small Body Nomenclature approved the naming of a main belt asteroid after Robert and his brother Richard Godwin for their efforts in documenting space history and raising public awareness about Near Earth Objects. "4252 Godwin" is an absolute magnitude 12.7 minor planet discovered in 1985 by H. Debehogne at the European Southern Observatory. And in 2008 Robert was appointed as Space Curator at the Canadian Air and Space Museum. . Signed by Author. First Edition. Soft Cover. Fine. 8vo. Author's Third Book.

$19.95

SCOTTISH WORLD FESTIVAL
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SCOTTISH WORLD FESTIVAL

By Macdonald, John H.; Robertson, Peter

Toronto: Star Reader Service, 1973. 144 pp. Light wear at the corners with a flat uncreased spine; previous owner's name whited out inside. Profusely illustrated with black and white and colour photographs. Official program of the 1973 Scottish World Festival, featuring the Scottish Tatoo, Inter-Continental Pipe Band Championships, Inter-Continental Highland Dancing Championships, and the Inter-Contenental Drum Major Championships.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good. 8vo. Ephemera.

$9.95

CNE - 140 YEARS OF HISTORY - 1879 - 2018
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CNE - 140 YEARS OF HISTORY - 1879 - 2018

By Lynch, Karen; Farren, Brynn; Berg, Emily (with Alicia Cherayil, Marlene Harris, Jane Matthews, Jacqueline Needler)

Toronto: Professional Sports Publications, 2018. Unpaginated. Staple-bound in pictorial card covers; magazine format. Lightly rubbed on the corners with a bit of scratching near the lower edge of the front cover. A celebration of the CNE, the contents are: Introduction by Virginia Ludy and John Kiru; Canadian National Exhibition: 140 Years of History; The Long and Winding Road - The Making of the Silk Road Lantern Attraction; Amerlia Earhart; 60th Anniversary of Norad - 69th Anniversary of The Air Show; Scouts Canada's Involvement at the CNE - 50th Anniversary; The Story Behind Things; The Ferris Wheel - 124th Anniversary; The Windy City; The Dawn of the Midway; Candy Apple - 110th Anniversary; The Zipper - 50th Anniversary; Turbulent Times; 2018 Highlights - New This Year; News About the CNE Foundation; and Withrow Common Gallery with Historical Photographs.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good. 4to.

$14.95

ELVIS - AN AMERICAN CLASSIC
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ELVIS - AN AMERICAN CLASSIC

By Presley, Elvis

New York: RCA Victor, 1978. This is a tin picture plaque featuring a painting of Elvis with one of his pink Cadillacs, in full colour. The plaque measures 8" by 11.5".. First Printing - First Thus. Hardcover. Near Fine. 4to. Art, prints & posters.

$9.95

THE BEATLES - TIME TRAVEL - Tin Picture Plaque
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THE BEATLES - TIME TRAVEL - Tin Picture Plaque

By The Beatles (Ringo Starr; John Lennon; Paul McCarthey; George Harrison)

London: EMI Records, 1978. This is a tin picture plaque featuring The Beatles in black and white, a picture from the early 1960s with a Rolling Stone cover super-imposed over the image, featuring the band from the late 1960s. The plaque measures 8" by 11.5".. First Printing - First Thus. Hardcover. Near Fine. 8vo. Art, prints & posters.

$9.95

POKER ACCORDING TO MAVERICK
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POKER ACCORDING TO MAVERICK

By Huggins, Roy (foreword)

New York: Dell Books, 1959. 159 pp. Dell First Edition B142. Lightly rubbed on the corners with an uncreased but a somewhat faded spine; no interior markings. Illustrated with drawings by Leon Gregori. The front cover features James Garner and Jack Kelly as Bret and Bart Maverick, from the TV series, which from 1957 to 1962 and also featured, now and then, Roger Moore as Beauregarde Maverick. The Contents are: Foreword; Is Poker a Game of Luck?; Some History and Some Rules of the Game; The Deadly Mathematics of Poker; Ten Commandments for Poker Players; Poker Psychology or Civilized Bushwhacking; How to Play Draw; How to Play Five Card Stud; Seven Card Stud: The Double Action Game; High Low Stud: Call of the Wild; Other Wild Games: Adventures in Pot Luck; Poker Etiquette: A Lesson in Table Manners; Poker Cheats; and How to Run a Poker Game.. Second Printing. Paperback. Very Good.

$7.95

LUDWIG DRUM KIT - Tin Picture Plaque
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LUDWIG DRUM KIT - Tin Picture Plaque

By The Beatles (John Lennon; Paul McCarthey; Ringo Starr; George Harrison)

London: EMI Records, 1978. This is a tin picture plaque featuring an iconic photograph of The Beatles in black and white, a shot from the 1960s featuring the band behind Ringo's Ludwig drum kit. The plaque measures 8" by 11.5".. First Printing - First Thus. Hardcover. Near Fine. 8vo. Art, prints & posters.

$9.95

THE PACIFIC WAR MEMORIAL COMMISSION PROUDLY PRESENTS - IN PERSON - ELVIS - and His Show
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THE PACIFIC WAR MEMORIAL COMMISSION PROUDLY PRESENTS - IN PERSON - ELVIS - and His Show

By Presley, Elvis

Honolulu, Hawai: RCA Victor, 1961. This is a tin picture plaque featuring Elvis in his gold suit and celebrating a benefit show that he did in Honolulu on Saturday, March 25th, 1961. Along with Elvis for the show were Minnie Pearl, The Jordanaires, D. J. Fontana, Scotty Moore and others. All the receipts from ticket sales went to The USS Arizona Memorial Fund. The plaque measures 8" by 11.5".. First Printing - First Thus. Hardcover. Near Fine. 4to. Art, prints & posters.

$14.95

VINTAGE ROCK - Issue 21 - January February 2016
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VINTAGE ROCK - Issue 21 - January February 2016

By Flynn, Richard (editor)

London: Anthem Publishing, 2016. 114 pp. Very light wear at the corners; no interior markings. Profusely illustrated with black and white and colour photographs. This issue contains articles about the following: Royce Porter; Mark James; Ricky Nelson; Jack Scott; Rose Maddox; Marvin Rainwater; Del Shannon; Jack Rabbit Slim; Rockabilly Socialite; Top 40 Christmas Rock n Roll Records; Los Angeles; Classic Album - Wanda Jackson; Long Live Vinyl - Ricky Nelson and more; Dance Crazy; Album Reviews; Events; A Life in Rock n Roll - Vince Eager; Sountrack to My Life - Charlie Gracie; and Coda - Vince Taylor at the Paris Olympia.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good+. 4to. Magazine.

$9.95

SCIENCE FICTION IN THE CINEMA
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SCIENCE FICTION IN THE CINEMA

By Baxter, John (edited by Peter Cowie)

New York: Paperback Library, 1970. 237 pp. PL Book 66-420. Light edge and corner wear with some minor creasing on the spine; no interior markings. Illustrated with black and white photographs. The Contents are: What Science Fiction Films Where; First Contact; Utopischefilme; The Doctor Will See You Now; William Cameron Menzies and Things to Come; A Note on the Serials; The World Next Door; British Science Fiction Films; Springtime for Caliban; Lucifer: The Films of Jack Arnold; The Monsters; The End of the World, Plus Big Supporting Programme; The Bomb, and After; Renaissance in 2001; A Note on SF for Television; and New Bottles, Old Wine; followed by a select filmography.. First Paperback Printing. Soft Cover. Very Good.

$7.95

TOPS - The Magazine of Magic - Volume 20, number 7 - July 1955
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TOPS - The Magazine of Magic - Volume 20, number 7 - July 1955

By Anonymous (editor)

Colon, Michigan: Abbot's Magic Novelty Company, 1955. 30 pp. Light wear; no interior markings. Illustrated with black and white drawings and photographs. The Contents are: Sid Lorraine's Chatter; Magic on Chicago's Rialto; So It's Laughs You Want; Magic Outdoors; New York Magi-chat; Are You a Magician; Devil Chips: The Electric Eye; Dia-tell; Tel-auto-mat; Grandfather's Shoe; Coke to Banana; Telephone Magic; The Spirit Glass; Flash Rising Card; Tricks of the East Indian Magicians: The Linking Link; Daisy the Dancing Dall; Clevah; Four Whom the Belle Told; Serpent Rope and Wand; E-Z Playing Card Vanish; and Tied Box and Ring.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good. 4to. Magazine.

$14.95

THE ACTOR'S BOOK OF MOVIE MONOLOGUES
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THE ACTOR'S BOOK OF MOVIE MONOLOGUES

By Smith, Marisa; Schewel, Amy (editors)

New York: Penguin Books, 1986. (xxx) 240 pp. Trade paperback format. Light edge and corner wear with a flat uncreased spine; no interior markings. The Contents are: Preface by Marisa Smith and Amy Schewel; Introduction by Jeanine Basinger; Interview with Nikos Psacharopoulos; The Monologues; Monologue Profile Reference Guide; Afterword; Sources; and Index. There are far too many memorable monologues here to mention them all but some of the highlights are: Mr Deeds Goes to Town; Mr Smith Goes to Washington; It's a Wonderful Life; The Treasure of the Sierra Madre; Knute Rockne, All American - One for the Gipper; On the Waterfront - Stella; Elmer Gantry - What Is Love; To Kill a Mockingbird; Dog Day Afternoon; Raging Bull; and many, many more.. Seventh Printing. Soft Cover. Very Good. 8vo.

$9.95

THE BEATLES ARE BACK - The Story of the Beatles 1940 - 1978 - A Manor Movie Superstars Collectors' Issue Spring 1978
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THE BEATLES ARE BACK - The Story of the Beatles 1940 - 1978 - A Manor Movie Superstars Collectors' Issue Spring 1978

By Grove, Martin A. (editor) (re: John Lennon; Paul McCartney; George Harrison; Ringo Starr)

New York: Manor Books, 1978. 90 pp. Magazine format. Edge and corner wear with some rubbing on the covers; no interior markings. The Contents are; The Beatles Are Back; The Beatles: The Early Years; Enter Brian Epstein; The Birth of Beatlemania; The Beatles Singles in America; The Golden Years; Two Dozen Beatle Albums in the U.S.; Beatles Color Photo Gallery; The Break-up and the Aftermath; The Beatles LPs as Solo Artists; The Fifth Beatle: Murray the K; and Beatles Movies: A to (not quite) Z.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good-. 4to.

$14.95

MOVIE LIFE - March 1947
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MOVIE LIFE - March 1947

By Etter, Betty (editor)

Mount Morris, Illinois: Ideal Publishing, 1947. 122 pp. Light but general wear with a small store stamp on the front cover, which features Roy Rogers. This issue contains: Sing Session - brings out pros; First Night - Best Years opens in New York; Star Spangled Shindig - The Yearling preem; Here's Mason - James; KP for Mrs P - June Allyson that is; Along Radio Row - Gregory Peck and others; Pre-Preem for It's a Wonderful Life; Shutter Buggers have a field day at the Ladd's; Ann's Album - Ann Blyth; QED - Victor Mature solves his problems; Westward Ho - stars at Las Vegas; Winter Wonderland - featuring Jane Russell and others; With Brush and Camera - Cugat caricatures Sinatra; Geronimo - Ann Todd; Getting in Trim - Dorothy Lamour; Serious Biz - the Bob Taylors; Vacation Bound - the Cornel Wildes go to Nassau; Fitting and Proper - Dane Clark and his Great Dane; Sitting Pretty - Beverly Tyler; Captain's Lady - Jean Peters; Solid Citizen - Janis Paige; Birdie - Donna Gwen O'Connor looks; Movie Life in Pictures - Tyrone Power; Special Colour Pages: Van Johnson; Clark Gable; Shirley Temple; Charming, Huh - Bob Mitchum; Around the Lots; Luncheonette - Margaret O'Brien; 30 Seconds Over Torso - Lucille Ball; Manhattan Merry-go-round - Rita Hayworth; Number Please - Bill Lundgren and Tommy Dorsey; Father's Day - Dick Powell; and Samson - Eddie Bracken; along with the usual features, including David Bruce Cooks Chicken.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good. 4to. Magazine.

$19.95

BEATLES - Volume 1, number 3 - Fall 1964
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BEATLES - Volume 1, number 3 - Fall 1964

By Anonymous (editor) (re: The Beatles: John Lennon; Paul McCartney; George Harrison; Ringo Starr)

Derby, Connecticut: Charlton Publishing, 1964. 16 pp. Edge and corner wear with some minor discolouration on the upper left of the front cover. This issue contains: The Beatles Back Stage - interviews; New Beatles Hits - lyrics for: I'll Cry Instead; Nobody's Child; A Taste of Honey; All My Loving; She Loves You; Misery; and I Want to Hold Your Hand; A Hard Day's Night - photo essay; Hit Songs from A Hard Day's Night - lyrics for: A Hard Day's Night; Can't Buy Me Love; If I Fell; I Should Have Known Better; Ringo's Theme - This Boy; Tell Me Why; I'm Happy Just to Dance with You; And I Love Her; Beatles Crossword - unmarked; and Are the Beatles Breaking Up.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good. 4to. Magazine.

$19.95

FOCUS ON HORROR FILM
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FOCUS ON HORROR FILM

By Huss, Roy; Ross, T. J. (editors) (Curtis Harrington; Frank McConnell; R. H. W. Dillard; Bram Stoker; Roy Huss; Ernest Jones; Jack Kerouac; Mary Shelley; Michel Perez; Raymond Durgnat; Stephen Farber; X. J. Kennedy; Claude Ollier; Lawrence Alloway)

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice Hall, 1972. (vi) 186 pp. Trade paperback format. Light edge and corner wear with a flat uncreased spine; no interior markings. This contains: Introduction by T. J. Ross; Chronology; The Horror Domain: Ghoulies and Ghosties by Curtis Harrington; Rough Beasts Slouching by Frank McConnell; The Pageantry of Death by R. H. W. Dillard. Gothic Horror: Two Archetypes: The Frankenstein Monster and the Vampire: Brides of Dracula by Bram Stoker; Vampire's Progress: Dracula from Novel to Film via Broadway by Roy Huss; On the Nightmare of Bloodsucking by Ernest Jones; Nosferatu by Jack Kerouac; Frankenstein Meets the Edison Company; The Monster's Lost Paradise by Mary Shelley; Almost Eve: The Creation Scene in The Bride of Frankenstein by Roy Huss; Modern Gothic: Jekyll and Hyde and the Cruel Cinema by Michel Perez; Eyes without a Face by Raymond Durgnat; The New American Gothic by Stephen Farber. Monster Terror: Beauty and the Beast by William Troy; Who Killed King Kong by X. J. Kennedy; A King in New York by Claude Ollier; Monster Films by Lawrence Alloway; Society and the Monster by John D. Denne; The Puritan Despair by Michel Perez; Gobble Gobble One of Us by John Thomas. Psychological Thriller: Val Lewton and the School of Shudders by Manny Farber; The Terror of the Surreal by Carl Belz; A New Ending to Rosemary's Baby by Ray Bradbury; Polanski, Repulsion and the New Mythology by T. J. Ross; and Targets: An Unshielding Darkness by Brian Henerson; followed by a filmography, a bibliography and an index.. First Printing - First Thus. Soft Cover. Very Good. 8vo.

$14.95

AMERICAN FILM - Journal of the Film and Television Arts - Volume 3, number 7 - May 1978
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AMERICAN FILM - Journal of the Film and Television Arts - Volume 3, number 7 - May 1978

By Alpert, Hollis (editor) (Todd McCarthy; Robert Sklar; Bernard Drew; Stephen Zito; Francois Truffaut; Erik Barnouw; Edith Head; Robert Schickel; Ernest Lehman; Martin Mayer; Davi Napoleon; Jonathan Rosenbaum)

Washington, DC: The American Film Institute, 1978. 80 pp. Magazine format. Light wear. This issue contains: John Ford and Monument Valley by Todd McCarthy; Jay Sandrich: The Best There Is by Robert Sklar; The Ambivalent Star - George Segal, Jacqueline Bisset and Robert Morley by Bernard Drew; Hollywood versus the Press by Stephen Zito; Lubitsch Was a Prince by Francois Truffaut; The Magician and the Movies - part three by Erik Barnouw; Dialogue on Film: Edith Head; Funny Money by Richard Schickel; Lehman at Large by Ernest Lehman; About Television by Martin Mayer; Explorations by Davi Napoleon; and Letter from London by Jonathan Rosenbaum; along with the usual features.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good. 4to.

$9.95

BUGS BUNNY - He's 50 Folks
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BUGS BUNNY - He's 50 Folks

By Lazar, Larry (editor) (Steve O'Donnell; Rochelle Levy; Dr Ruth Westheimer; Betty Crocker; Jerry Lazar; Mark O'Connell; Steve Schneider; Leonard Maltin; Eric Estrin; Steve Oney; Joe Adamson; Jerry Beck; Greg Critser; Steven Spielberg)

New York: Custom Publishing, 1990. 64 pp. Magazine format. Light wear. Illustrated in colour throughout. This issue contains: That's Not All Folks; Bugs Bunny: Quintessential American by Steve O'Donnell; One Picture Is Worth a Thousand Voices; Chew on This by Rochelle Levy; How I Would Improve Bugs' Love Life by Dr Ruth Westheimer; Hoppy Birthday to You by Betty Crocker; Casting Call; Hare Roots by Jerry Lazar; An Age-old Riddle; The Warren Report - Rabbits in Review; The Laws of Cartoon Motion by Mark O'Connell; But Is It Art by Steve Schneider; Special Animation Cell - Suitable for Framing; Funny Bunny by Leonard Maltin; The Making of Box Office Bunny by Eric Estrin; Rabbit Roast by America's Top Cartoonists; Master Toonsmiths by Steve Oney and Joe Adamson; Bugs Bunny's Founding Fathers - Chart by Jerry Beck; Bug's Hollywood Agent by Greg Critser; Meet the Tiny Toons by Jerry Lazar with Steven Spielberg; and What's Up, Dana (Delaney).. First Soft Cover Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good. 4to.

$14.95

FROM HANOI TO HOLLYWOOD - The Vietnam War in American Film
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FROM HANOI TO HOLLYWOOD - The Vietnam War in American Film

By Dittmar, Linda; Michaud, Gene (editors) (Michael Klein; Rick Berg; Leo CAwley; Harry W. Haines; Gaylyn Studlar; DAvid Desser; Gregory A. Waller; Tony Williams; Frank P. Tomasulo; Leonard Quart; Clyde Taylor; Sumiko Higashi; Michael Selig; Susan Jeffords)

New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, 1990. (xv) 387 pp. Green cloth lettered in silver on the spine; headband; illustrated with black and white photographs. Light wear on the corners of the dustjacket; no interior markings. The Chapters are: INTRODUCTION: America's Vietnam War Films: Marching Toward Denial by Linda Dittmar and Gene Michaud. ONE: Wide Angles: History in the Remaking: Historical Memory Film and the Vietnam Era by Michael Klein; Losing Vietnam: Covering the War in an Age of Technology by Rick Berg; The War about the War: Vietnam Films and American Myth by Leo Cawley; They Were Called and They Went: The Political Rehabilitation of the Vietnam Veteran by Harry W. Haines. TWO: Close-ups: Representation in Detail: Never Having to Say You're Sorry: Rambo's Rewriting of the Vietnam War by Gaylyn Studlar and David Desser; Rambo: Getting to Win This Time by Gregory A. Waller; Missing in Action: The Vietnam Construction of the Movie Star by Tony Williams; The Politics of Ambivalence: Apocalypse Now as Prowar and Antiwar Film by Frank P. Tomasulo; The Deer Hunter: Superman in Vietnam by Leonard Quart. THREE: Other Frames: Subtext and Difference: The Colonialist Subtext in Platoon by Clyde Taylor; Night of the Living Dead: A Horror Film about the Horrors of the Vietnam Era by Sumiko Higashi; Boys Will Be Men: Oedipal Drama in Coming Home by Michael Selig; Reproducing Fathers: Gender and the Vietnam War in U.S. Culture by Susan Jeffords; Portrait of a Disabled Vietnam Veteran: Alex Cutter of Cutter's Way by Martin F. Norden; Strange Hells: Hollywood in Search of America's Lost War by Keven Bowen. FOUR: Other Forms: Documenting the Vietnam War by David E. James; Imaging the Other: Representations of Vietnam in Sixties Political Documentary by Michael Renov; We Aren't on the Wrong Side - We ARE the Wrong Side: Peter Davis Targets American Hearts and Minds by David Grosser; Dear America: Transparency Authority and Interpretation in a Vietnam War Documentary by Barry Dornfeld; followed by: Appendix A: Chronology: The United States Vietnam and American Film; Appendix B: Selected Filmography: The Vietnam War on Film; and an index.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. 8vo.

$74.95

THE MAMMOTH BOOK OF SEX DRUGS AND ROCK 'N' ROLL
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THE MAMMOTH BOOK OF SEX DRUGS AND ROCK 'N' ROLL

By Driver, Jim (editor) (Brian Bird; Mick Farren; Michael Braun; Jenny Fabian; Carmen Geddes; John Burks; Tony McPhee; Nat Hentoff; Allen Ginsberg; Michael Goldberg)

New York: Carroll and Graf Publishers, 2006. (xiv) 620 pp. Lightly rubbed on the corners with a faintly creased spine; no interior markings. This contains far too many essays to list them all but some of the highlights are: What Is Skiffle by Brian Bird; Gene Vincent - The Genesis of the Dark Side by Mick Farren; The Beatles on Tour by Michael Braun; An Afternoon with Syd Barrett by Jenny Fabian; Are You Experienced? The Death of Jimi Hendrix by Carmen Geddes; In the Aftermath of Altamont by John Burks; On Tour with the Stones by Tony McPhee; The Pilgrims Have Landed on Kerouac's Grave by Nat Hentoff; Rolling Thunder Stones by Allen Ginsberg; Wrestling with the Devil - The Struggle for the Soul of James Brown by Michael Goldberg; Doomed Marriages: Ike and Tina Turner; David and Angela Bowie; Bill Wyman and Mandy Smith; Michael Jackson and Lisa Marie Presley; Sudden Death: Sam Cooke; Marvin Gaye; Robert Johnson; John Lennon; Peter Tosh; Death by Their Own Hand: Kurt Cobain; Frankie Lymon; Del Shannon; Phil Ochs; and many, many more.. Fourth Printing. Paperback. Very Good. 8vo.

$24.95

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