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Bob Dylan on the cover of Oz, 1967. From 101 Kick-Ass Music Covers: The most awesome, iconic and controversial music magazine images of the last 80 years. Compiled by Newmanology and the good folks at Adweek magazine. See the full collection of covers here: http://www.adweek.com/news/press/101-kick-ass-music-covers-156788

OZ magazine cover Blowing in the Mind: Bob Dylan, Mr. Tambourine Man, by Martin Sharp, October 1967

Frank Zappa, Hippies, San Francisco, Punk, Santos, San Francisco Bay, Hippie, Flower Children, Punk Rock

hitweek no.36      (1968/05/24, magazine, the netherlands)  This issue of Hitweek included a 1-page article on "We're Only In It For The Money".

Zappa cover ("Hurray, hurray, the Mothers' LP is out!") and We're Only In It For The Money ad on p

Vincent    By Martin Sharp, 1967

Martin Sharp designed the Disraeli Gears and Wheels of Fire covers for Cream. (Martin Ritchie Sharp January 1942 – 1 December was an Australian artist, underground cartoonist, songwriter and film-maker.

Classic Poster - Grateful Dead at Fillmore Auditorium 12/9-11/66 by Wes Wilson

Grateful Dead, Big Mama Mae Thornton, Tim Rose, Hey Joe at Fillmore Auditorium, SF © 1966 Bill Graham © Wes Wilson


Concert Poster by Lee Conklin: Canned Heat and Gordon Lightfoot, October at the Fillmore West

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Grateful Dead Merchandise at Dharma Rose: a store run by and for Deadheads and other kind folk

Très cool.

"This is Bolinas, Calif. Jefferson Airplane moved into our house, and Dad built a painting studio out back.