17192

The Youth Culture. Rock, sex, drugs, communes, superstars, drugs, comix & a far-out playmate foldout

A very Playboy look at the youth/counter culture of 1971. Interviews on the drug revolution with William S. Burroughs, a candid conversation with Peter Fonda, the new commix culture started by R. Crumb’s Zap, biographical articles on Johnny Cash, Janis Joplin and Mick Jagger, as well as Shel Silverstein’s take on hippies, fiction by Joyce Carol Oates and the usual batch of articles, cartoons (John Dempsey & Little Annie fanny), pictorial essays, pretty girls in the altogether and interviews. Interview Peter Fonda by Lawrence Linderman. Articles “On His Way to Epley’s Bike Shop Charley Meets a Girl with Twelve Dogs” by James D. Houston. “Sexus Perplexus” by John Dempsey. “West of Eden” by Jules Siegel. The No-Bra Look Photographed by Douglas Kirkland. Model Gloria Root photographed by Pompeo Posar. Drugs Playboy Panel “The Drug Revolution” Panelists Joel Fort John Finlator Baba Ram Dass Harry J. Anslinger Joseph S. Oteri Alan Watts William S. Burroughs Leslie Fiedler James Coburn Articles “Dance With a Stranger” by Jacob Brackman. “Silverstein Among the Hippies” by Shel Silverstein. Model Debbie Hooper. Music Personalities “Head Stone: Jagger” by Alan Coren. “All She Needs is Love: (Janice) Joplin” by John Bowers. “Good Ole Boy: (Johnny) Cash” by Saul Braun. Articles “Alice & Ray & Yesterday’s Flowers” by Saul Braun. The Girls of Hair Florence Rollin Donna Lee Shelley Plimpton Lyvia Bauer Jutta Weinhold Hanny Kirchhoff Carolyn Blakely Leata Galloway Betty Berr Elisabeth Berger Lynn Kellogg Ghristine Guenther Vanina Michel Alica Ottawa Sally Eaton Gayle Hayden Corinne Broskett Model Jennifer Liano. Politics Personality “Portrait of the Marxist as an Old Trouper” (F. Ambrose Clark) by Michael Horowitz. Articles “Revolution” by Jules Siegel. “Counterrevolution” by George Fox. “Saul Bird Says: Relate! Communicate! Liberate!” by Joyce Carol Oates. “The International Comix Conspiracy” by Jacob Brackman. “The Chicago Conspiracy Circus” by Nicholas von Hoffman. Models Vicky Drake photographed by Dick Rowan Gale Olson

cm 23×30; COL and BW; paperback. Publisher: Playboy Press, Michigan, 1971.

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A very Playboy look at the youth/counter culture of 1971. Interviews on the drug revolution with William S. Burroughs, a candid conversation with Peter Fonda, the new commix culture started by R. Crumb’s Zap, biographical articles on Johnny Cash, Janis Joplin and Mick Jagger, as well as Shel Silverstein’s take on hippies, fiction by Joyce Carol Oates and the usual batch of articles, cartoons (John Dempsey & Little Annie fanny), pictorial essays, pretty girls in the altogether and interviews. Interview Peter Fonda by Lawrence Linderman. Articles “On His Way to Epley’s Bike Shop Charley Meets a Girl with Twelve Dogs” by James D. Houston. “Sexus Perplexus” by John Dempsey. “West of Eden” by Jules Siegel. The No-Bra Look Photographed by Douglas Kirkland. Model Gloria Root photographed by Pompeo Posar. Drugs Playboy Panel “The Drug Revolution” Panelists Joel Fort John Finlator Baba Ram Dass Harry J. Anslinger Joseph S. Oteri Alan Watts William S. Burroughs Leslie Fiedler James Coburn Articles “Dance With a Stranger” by Jacob Brackman. “Silverstein Among the Hippies” by Shel Silverstein. Model Debbie Hooper. Music Personalities “Head Stone: Jagger” by Alan Coren. “All She Needs is Love: (Janice) Joplin” by John Bowers. “Good Ole Boy: (Johnny) Cash” by Saul Braun. Articles “Alice & Ray & Yesterday’s Flowers” by Saul Braun. The Girls of Hair Florence Rollin Donna Lee Shelley Plimpton Lyvia Bauer Jutta Weinhold Hanny Kirchhoff Carolyn Blakely Leata Galloway Betty Berr Elisabeth Berger Lynn Kellogg Ghristine Guenther Vanina Michel Alica Ottawa Sally Eaton Gayle Hayden Corinne Broskett Model Jennifer Liano. Politics Personality “Portrait of the Marxist as an Old Trouper” (F. Ambrose Clark) by Michael Horowitz. Articles “Revolution” by Jules Siegel. “Counterrevolution” by George Fox. “Saul Bird Says: Relate! Communicate! Liberate!” by Joyce Carol Oates. “The International Comix Conspiracy” by Jacob Brackman. “The Chicago Conspiracy Circus” by Nicholas von Hoffman. Models Vicky Drake photographed by Dick Rowan Gale Olson