Adam Walker wrote:Here's a quick read written by a real fan of music: http://whatrockandrollcandoforyou.com/
It's full of neat stories that tie into song lyrics and stuff, Jefferson Airplane is of course featured prominently.
Susan Butcher wrote:"Help!" That's not "Help!" with the Beatles, but "Harvey Kurtzman's Help! For Tired Minds". This the sixties humour magazine that introduced photo comic strips to America. I've never been able to find a copy until two turned up last week just as we were shooting our own first photostrip. Now I have that notorious Terry Gilliam illustrated Klu Klux Klan pamphlet I've wanted to see for years. Hoo-hah!
Susan Butcher wrote:"Help!" was a magazine, published 1960-65, and there's little of it on the Net apart from images of the covers. There were a few paperback reprints of the not-so-great early issues, a book reprint of the "Goodman Beaver" strip (very funny and beautifully drawn, like Little Annie Fanny without the tits and bums), and "Wonder Warthog" and "Fritz The Cat" have also been reprinted.
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