Open City: weekly review of the Los Angeles Renaissance; #64, Aug. 9-15 1968: A Vote for Revolution. John Bryan, Jeff Beck Charles Bukowski, Hugh Romney aka Wavy Gravy, Dick Gregory, Eldridge Cleaver.

Open City: weekly review of the Los Angeles Renaissance; #64, Aug. 9-15 1968: A Vote for Revolution

Los Angeles, CA: Open City, 1968. 12 p., folded broadside underground newspaper, new enlarged edition, articles, opinion, reviews, news, psychedelic illustrations, photos, lightly & evenly toned, folded askew over the years, with some fraying, else good on newsprint.

Headline " A Vote for Revolution" accompanying profiles of Peace & Freedom prexy candidates Eldridge Cleaver (for "Pussy Power") and Dick Gregory (for "Evolution). Inside: Charles Bukowski's ongoing column Notes of a Dirty Old Man originally written for this tabloid; report on biker fundraiser party; interviews with Jeff Beck and Hello People; reviews of latest rock LPs and photos from Newport Pop Festival at Costa Mesa; review of new show by The Committee (with Gary Goodrow, Rob Reiner, Barbara Bosson. Editor John Bryan was involved in a number of underground papers in the 1960s to 1980s including San Francisco Open City, the LA Free Press, Notes from the Underground, and Appeal to Reason.Staff members for this issue include Dusty Rhodes, Hugh Romney (Wavy Gravy), and gay activist Morris Kight.

Cat.No: 249233

Price: $25.00