(n.p.), (no publisher indicated): 
Seller ID: 24526
Binding: Stapled wraps
Condition: Very Good+
[light external wear, a few horizontal stress lines along spine, short diagonal bends/creases at top and bottom corners of front cover]. (B&W photographs) Original program (20 pages including covers) for one of the multi-racial rock 'n' roll shows staged and hosted several times a year by popular disc jockey Murray the "K" (Murray Kaufman) at various Brooklyn theatres (mostly the Brooklyn Fox) during the early to mid-1960s. This one was the Christmas edition for 1962 (presented on December 27), and the talent lineup was truly mind-blowing, including Jackie Wilson, The Four Seasons, T... View More...
(price-clipped) [a little shelfwear to book, top front corner bumped; jacket edgeworn, small tears at most corners, numerous vertical laminate-wrinkling lines, slight paper loss at top of spine; all in all a presentable although hardly pristine copy]. (B&W photographs) Photographic and prose portraits of the significant cultural figures of the "Swinging Sixties," specifically focusing on the London scene. One of the first eulogies for the decade that still haunts us, published when it hadn't quite entered its final death throes yet. ***NOTE: Additional shipping charges for this heav... View More...
New York, The Realist Association: 1966
Seller ID: 24473
Condition: Near Fine
[nice copy, minimal age-toning, no tears or other blemishes]. (cartoons, graphics) A typical issue of Krassner's provocative political/cultural journal. The highlight of this particular issue is "An Impolite Interview with Timothy Leary, which occupies about one-third of the issue's 32 pages. Other features: "The Day the Supreme Court Banned Vaseline," an article by Krassner about his dealings with publisher Ralph Ginzburg, against the backdrop of Ginzburg's unsuccessful appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court of his 1963 conviction on obscenity charges; "Modest Proposals: The Whit... View More...