Boston: Guidance Enterprises, Inc., 1968. 60p., 8.5x11 inches, slick magazine, illus., advertised giant poster is missing, else very good.
Despite the title, this was not a magazine about Disco, but about Rock, Folk, R&B, and Jazz. Features a decent interviews with Dave Van Ronk (also on cover) and with the post-Al Kooper Blood Sweat & Tears. Also: short features on Simon & Garfunkel and Buffy Ste. Marie, along with news snippets, band profiles, and random silliness. Magazine seems to be a project of the American Child Guidance Foundation, which has a full-page ad in the issue inviting readers to make appointments with them to consider career opportunities with New England Life, W.T. Grant Co. and Saxon Paper Corp. Groovy!