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might be sympathetic to Crumb fOFthe paper which alway~ means bigger I'm going to wipe you out," Fabricant said. Itj!pec,am3e love you, Joel, " Crumb said. I home, leaving the meeting in chaos. on a fast train to Philadelphia, and he underground is still in an uproar.
These are pecul iar times. Out of nowhere, ever;yone is .r~aching into his historic .memory bank, qr epp t ing fGlr the proper historic disaster comparable to these icky days. Germqny 1933 .... Palmer raids of the '20's .... McCarthy .... The Albigensian Heresy .... Despite the many ,similerities,with any of these, it's difficult to find a proper comparison for Mitchell's sl ippery witch-hunt of the Seventies. It's a unique situation, one fhat reeks of petulant nastiness. Barely a week has passed since Jul ius The Just botched things up for Justice in Chicago when the long arm of the law groped out and again came up with a prize catch: Doctor Timothy Leary. Waving Volume 4 No. 43 of The EAST VILLAGE OTHER("Deal For_Real") as-fi l s prime exhibit, the Han. Byron MacMillan, Justice of the Supreme Court af the County of or anqe, State of Cal ifornia, gravely adjudicate,d: -It's time ta get him. Here he's got all these kids impressE1d with being a doctor. He's not a::'1JI9Gtor! He can't even write a preicription!" '_ Bang bang YGlu're dE1ad, Tim Leary. Or that's what they tnought they were doing they denied him bail and locked him up in the Orange county jail in Santa Ana, stone's throwaway frQm the Western White Hause. Barrawing a page from Julius Just, the judge,proceeded to designate Tim a public menace, and accused him of the l nd l scr lml nat e use of LSD. WHICHHE NEVERDID.!!! when just a the advocating
"Your honor, this has been taken out of context. Ther'e has been media distortion, because I never advocated indiscriminate use of lSD. I have never made such a statement, and perhaps naively; have always rei ied on the sanctity of the court and t he possibi 1-
'A remarkable response from a man fighting three s lmul t aneous judicial assaults. An even more remarkable symptom of the malaise besetting ,\merika. At a time when 40% of all males and 70% of all femar'es occupying space in the jails of Amerika are Junkies, what befits it more than the ambush of Tim Leary? Allen Ginsberg spoke far us all when he wrote to the judge:
"Pray release the pioneer psychologist Dr. Timothy Leary on normal bond till .ser t enc l riq; He is considered by many good people to hold honorable, if controversial, opinions, and it is notusef"! to deny bond and abruptly jail so conspicuously famous a theorIst for his unpopula r- views. Such an imprisonment is proper neither to science nor jurispl'""ud(m~e. Signed, Allen Ginsberg, Guggenheim Fellow Poet, National Institute Of The Arts And Letters
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"Ninety percent of the people. in jail are ~lack, althoup;h only ten percent of the people ~n the country are black. It's a verv sick system. ' . "As for obscenity, we have screamed, ye Ll.ed and stood on our heads to try to "lake UP America." On it went. Tom Hayden blamed the trial on old people how "do not know hO~1 to firht." Dave Dellenger called the judge the chief prosecutor in the trial, comparinr the runt to Georre III. Rennie Davis vowed to organize Foran's children. ' Before sentencing, Jerry gave 'Julius the Runt a present -- an advance copy of his first book "Do It - Scanar-Lo for The Revolution," Jerry personally inscrired the copy. The Runt smiled ruefully. Then the sentence came dcvm . The F.unt also ordered the conspiracy to pay 350,000, and the ,c:overnment' court costs. s One should remem1:er that three staff people, Frank Joyce, Bob Lamb and Sue Schultz, are beinp: t.r-i ed for asaau'l t.Lr;a federal marshals in court. They too ,.;1-11 serve time 'in 4ail. ' A "Ihole new ~g arne has started: the appeals ;same. Appeals, handled by liilton Stavis" Arthur Kinoy, and others for the case by the Center for Constitutional Rir:hts in New York, will 'be filing the follo't!ini letters. -,Appeal Bonds - fet the seven out of jail ':lh:Llehe appeal process is under way. t This must 1:,e done -f'or roth the contempt sentences and the conviction. Try to get Lee and John out before they serve their sent.ence s ~ry t40, keep Bill and Lenny from "oine; to jail J ,ay tn. To appeal the contempt sentences for the ent,ire Conspiracy 10. This llL£.,:1t FO all the way up, or down, to the "suoreme court." , Appeal the conviction; again, "this might nave to [';0 to the highest court in the land." Appeals could be based on a number of ' ed by the jury: "Juries are supposed to de Ldb-. erate until they all aETee on one verdict, tt A fe,,!jurors admitted to the press they reached a compromise verdict. The government's refusal to admit defense witnesses such as Ramsey Clark to testify, as well as the runt's behavior toward the defendants. Not only did t.he government's ,jury come "\'Je 're going: to dance on your grave, in with its verdict, the people's jury caIDe in motherfucker!" as well. Hof!~an started -days before the Anita Hoffman offered this cry as the wives, lovers and families of the defendants were sentencee came in. j\1assie demonstrations v removed f'r t.hs courtroom prior to sentencinf. cm ,across the country represented eveI'Y last "leek. Le avd.n= at.t.ornevs defendants, "au , shade of militancy. thorized" press in the courtroom to watch the Not only were massive demonstrations hangt n«, taking place in New York, Ann Arbor, Before the sentences were imposed, Judve Chd cago , ':Jashington and San Francisco, but Julius "Runt" Eoffrnan al.Lowed the five' defenin such places as Seattle, St. Louis, Boston dants convicted of' crossing- state lines with and Camondale, Ill. ~nen the appeals for nasty intent to make a final statement. Abbie funds went out, the public responded. Thousands Hoffman, after dra,,,inp: parallel petlt/eenthe of one do'LLar-bills have been coming: into t.he American court structure and that of the Nazis conspiracy 'office each day and seven thousand in the late 1930's, spoke about the nine picprotesters oontributed over 3 thousand dollars tures on the "lallbepind the bench. ' at the Chicago rally held in front of the "I know more about these men than you do ,Cook ,County Courthouse. Julie. I was there when Paul Revere said 'the UnfOrtunately, the money raised thus far pigs are coming.' Georp;e Washington grew' hemp, has not, yet met the fines let alone the appeal, today "10'),10. called a pothead. ' Ben Franklinbe or the court costs which are expected to go you talk about obscenity. You should have heard Franklin in Paris. He had 17 iliegi tiinatechil.d- into the millions of dollars!" into the millions of dollars! reno Abe Linc9ln would be ,arrested in Lincoln Contributions should be sent to the Consoir Park for what he said alcout the people's right acy, 21'\ East Jackson Boulevard, Chica,f!o, Ill. to dism~mher the fovernment." "" ,," 60604. Presents and letter,s.to the defendants ,Jerr-Y'-Rubin addressed the runt directly. could be sent' to the'same address. ' flJul~us Hoffman, you have, done mor-e to The circus has left to\</TI, hut the Condestr.oy the court system tnan a'1Y,ofus., '1 spiracY,l:attle has just begun. There is how, Tom Foran tells his kids his,' father one consolation, however ,.'tJe are through with "in jail. V-,'hat, 'Julius Hoffmlm sa,' ,th'e' does 'run;t., Our £'8:1;,e' 'is,,;n:o 'lon~er:, in,:his hands.', ?' Respect me ore1se; 01.1:(. fathers say,_
I am not gOing to respect you,
Kaimo~itz issued a statement condenming the loss of justice "in Chica[o, 'in New York, in ':,'ashin".ton, D.C., in this nat.Lon;" He concluded ~ith the hope that the six hundred b by RENFRED NEFF members of PLEA ",'oilldE' count.ed amonr those seekinr: to resurrect justice for the future. Jack Greenterr, representing the Lee-al Things were relatively quiet this week at Defense Fund (10 Columbus Circle, N.Y. 1001 q: the Panther trial, but then it "las only a twoJu--6':'S397), annnunced that his orpanization and-a-half day '\'Ieek .••in commemoration of Huey "Jill represen't Black Panther leacer Bobt y Newton's birthday, court was in recess on TuesSeale in the appeal of the fon.r-year contemnt day, 17 February, due to illness in the D.A.'s sentence meted out hy Judge Hoffman. LDF family, court was ad.iourned after Thursdav's is entering t.he case at the request of Flack morning session_and will l:::e recess until in Panther attorney Charles Garry and will work Tuesday morru.nrs,since ~~onday is George in collaboration with Garrv's office: "It is Birthing'ton's 'I':ashday. (There are no 'sessions important that the Panthers and their leaders "on Fridays; three defendants are members of be accorded the fullest protection of the Conthe Islam faith). The hearinrs on a mot.i on stitution at a time when too many public offto suppress evidence in the charges a.p'ainst icials are striving for shortcuts in law enforceMichael Tabor were completed •..Judge Murta.e;h witholding his rulings on the individual motions ment and the suppression of militant dissent. Because of the particular regard in ~hich Panuntil ell sixteen of them have teen heard .•. thers are held by many members of the b.1ack and testimony began into the charges against community, their treatment by law teaches defendant Ali Bey Hassan, also known as John more than a volume of preaching on constiJ. Casson and Iverson Burnett. tutional protection." Greenberg added that The only disruption occured on Thursday some of the points raised in Seale's behalf morning when Alvin Katz, a former student at are also applicable to the cases of the lawyers CCNY, jumped to his feet and, gi vini!,a fist and defendants" who have subsequently received salute, repeated the "Power- to the people" excessive contempt penalties from Judge Hoffman. greeting given hy the defendants at the beginnA momentary pause to wait for the newly ing of each session. ~~en sUIT~oned before-the awakened outrage to catch up and unite with the bench, the young man stated that this court rage of those who tried to alert it sooner. did not represent the people and he had no Those who chalked us up as troublemakers, respect for it •. -Kat.a was eent.enced to t.hd r-ty accusing us o.f bringing them down with our days in the country jail for contempt of cosmic paranoia, are. coming to understand that C0urt. Sanford Katz, one of the six attorneys what they refer to as "disturbances" we had for the Panthers and no relation to the young already connected as the shit hitting the fan. disrupter, asked that the defendant be permittThe only surprises out of Chicago were that e? the opportunity to obtain legal counsel, but the jury was capable of seperating the charges h1s request was denied and a recess was called and brin/dng in a verdict that carried a so that DA Joseph Phillips, prosecutor on the lesser maximum penalty and that the judge mellPanther case, could draw up the forms necessowed to the point of ruling that the contempt ary to remand t.he defendant to prison. v,~en sentences could rQ~ concurrently with those court reconvened ACLU lawyer Paul G. Chevi . ny , g attached to the .jurors' verdict. called in t.o represent Katz, asked for a .. But there is no cause for rejoicing in any postponement until Tuesday in order to prepare of it, and the moral shoddiness of the jury a defense, but ~,lasoffered instead a ten-minute is exposed on learning that three who held recess. When Chevd cny insisted that more time' out for acqui tt aL were f_inally swayed into "lOuld be necessary, Judge Murtagh refused and a compromise verdict when the majority upheld the 30-day sentence. Alvin Katz was convinced them that a hung jury, a mistrial the second spect?tor to receive a 30-day conno less, would be a waste of all that moriey tempt sentence sanca pre-trial hearings becan on 2 February. " " spent on the trial. Compromise, Economize, Penalize: the silent majority rides again. But the generally subdued mood in the It is completely in character that Hoffman courtroom this week reflected the shock and concluded the farrago by holdine the defendants dismay in the outcome of the Chica"o trial, liable for the exPenses of the trial and and perhaps Nurtarh's milder manner could be subjects them to possible further imprisonment attributed to judicial embarassment over the until the bill is paid. 1JThenfinally toted conduct of Julius the" Just. On Monday Murtagh up the cost will be astronomical, has saw fit to warn the thirteen defendants, all already been labled America's Nost Expensive members of the Black Panther Party, that their Trial, the government hosted it 1avishlessly conduct in the courtroom could nrejudice their if not tastefully, jurors and marshals lament ri7ht to a fair trial. He has so admond she d its end, but· we are curiously unimpressed by them numerous times in the past, l'ut today this final vindictive laceration. It is . no disruption had provoked t.he warninp', the anti-climactic, merely one more tiresome st0p-pickin,'C-on-me petulance wasn t t evident lapse of sanity. in his tone. It was a stern plea that illicited no rehuttal from the defendants as each For Hoffman has ",earied us) the unside appeared to h" takinz inventory of its concealed malnevolence_ and unrelenting own de"leted survival kit. rancor are nm~ tedious to contemplate: Fo.l Lowi.nc Thursday's early adjournment, even madman become boring. It is interrepresentatives of three orvanizations of esting to note that under 1;.resterman G la,~yers held a press conference at the Criminal law, carried.over from the constitution Court BulldinF. The National Conference of that once unified both Germanies, a deBlack Lawyers (112 ',,7. 120th se .. N. Y " 10027: fendant has the rig'ht to request" that 663-3700) issued a statement deploring the the psychiatric examination of a judge if excessive, il'!judicio1)s and unconstitutional he feel.s that the mental condition of 'the contempt sentences imposed upon the lawyers and l.atter is an obstruction in the former's defendants in the Chd cago conepd r-acy trial.' . right to a fair trial. The ironies are POSing the question "Who will judge the judg.e?", clear enough. its spokesmen condemned this harsh, repressive Horrified, frustrated by waitinr" the action as a "Threat to effective advocacy_and winds of rage are gatl!.erinp; force as America a blot upon our judicial system," and full sup- " each repressive move-polarizes port was voiced for all who would assemble in and solidifies its radical movement. "You radicalized more Y01m;! people than Washington on Saturday (21 February) in protest of Judge Hoffman's actions. we did. You're America's t,o~ Yippie ••." Speaking on 'behalf of the Poverty Lawyers Jerry Rubin to ulius Hoffman for Effective Advocacy (PLEA), Attorney Gabe
PLASTIC BOOTHS STUDIED TO END OUTBURSTS would Be Used for Isolation of Disruptive DefendantsDesign Group at Work IN COURT
A national committee of architects. judges. and lawyers is studying the possibility of redesigning courtrooms so that defendants who might disrupt trials could be kept behind soundproofpiasttc shields except when testifying, ' Judge william S. Fort at the Oregon Court of Appeals and chairman of the joint committee. which is called the Committee on Design of Courtrooms and Courtroom
Facilities, said two methods were under consideration ..
In Eichmann's case it was for his own protection, Louis Nizer, a leading lawyer. said plastic shields "would not be a complete remedy," He noted that a defendant would still be able to grimace or raise his fist, andsuggested that unruly defendants be jailed and then provided with daily minutes of the trial and be allowed to follow the proceedings on . radio or television, NY TIMES Feb., 13, 1970
Protect us 0 Lord from thieves in the night Rapers, sadists, terrorists of the soul from traducers, seducers, shouters Radio ~ollncers, pornocupimperasts Protect us 0 God from ravens, botulus from sonic BOOMS from taxis that wont stop from Life-Time guaranteed police clubs from electro-prods & the swinging bulb police stations in the back rooms of ugly movie-house toxins saved by Dick Nixon in the Mason Jars of night noisemakers, of false bargains arguers
But most of all Lord, God Protect us from computer courts & bought bailiffs & ambitious & from juiceless judges who mumble plastic obscenities & with the clearness of the microphone & DAs
of the gag
call it justice
who cut the balls off black men & call it truth who shit on the faces of children , & call lUo ve Tuli Kupferberg
SI. Valentines day 1970, Saturday afternoon somewhere in Middle
Middle. A lot of times I wonder
C·H A R LIEF
"We got to make sure that the
the studio during recording Have been left in. Its kind of the beatles
saying, "Yeah this is us-end this is
251i or 2 international coupons sent' stuff you see on late night TeeVee. to Arhoolie Records, Box 9195 But its of infinitely better Quality and content. Berkeley Calif. 94709 will get you The Roots of Arra-icas Music their complete catalogue. Money well Arhoole No. 2001 t2OO2. The four spent. sides of the album are, Country Blues, City Blues, Gospel and Jazz and c.ountry cajun and Folk. The list of artists are as follows: Fred I was talking to one of the guys I McDowell, Mance lipscomb, Black used to chum around with when I Ace, Alex Moore, Big Joe, Wi.llams, was back at school. He fell in love Lil son Jackson. John Jackson, Gitar and got married, and now has 2 kids Slim and Jely Belly, lowell Filson, and a booming radio teevee Mercy Dee, Juke BoV Boner, repairshop somewhere out there lightnin Hopkins. Big Momma among the trees. He's very happy. Thornton, Cliftin Chenier, larry Over dinner he told rna' bout the Wiliams and Johnny Yo~ng. Bukka Taevee radio repair buisness. White, Jasss Fuller, Rev. Dverstreet, "I cant seem to _figgure it out, Robert Shaw, Kid Thomas, Joe theres stuff happening that just dent Turner and Luna. J.E. Meinen make any sense at all at first glance Mountaineers, Del McCoury. The but when I have the same things time Hodges Brothers, luderin Oarbone and time again with increasing and the Hackberry Ramblers. Nathan frequency, theres more to it than Abshire, Alice Stuart, Crabgrass and meets the eye. , . Strange things have James Campbell. Thars' 31 cuts on 2 been coming into the shop lately. It records in one package, Not bad at looks like people are taking their TV all. ' sets and transistorised fm radios, tape Blues Roots Poppy records No. Psy players, turntables whatever you have 60003, 'The sslectlcns from this in the field of home entertainment album have been comprised from the electronic equipment, an working off catalog of Arhoolee records which their things on them. Like smashing has one of the finest traditional them on the floor, kicking out the folkblues catalogs in the United picture tubes with well aimed beer States' [liner notes] This is annother cans and just in general taking out all 4 sided album anthology with 26 cuts the stuff thats hanging them up on it. Although some of the artists on inside out on the machines. Theres a this record are tha'same as the other whole lot of folks out there in Middle one but none of the cuts are Middle who are- right on the duplicated. The album contains Fred borderline, not Quite there but McDowell, Joe Callicott, R.l. hanging way way out over the edge. Burnside. Joe Wiliams, Bukka White, Anything could touch the off and R.C. Smith, Mance lipscomb, lil usually does. Something in the 6 Son Jackson, Black Ace, Alex Moore, o'clock; news that upsetting or a lowell Fulson, Robert Shaw, wrunp weather report or anvthinq lightnin Hopkins, Guitar Slim and that strikes them wrong. The thing jelly belly, Jessee Fuller, Barbra thats causing it I think is that these Dane, George Coleman, Juke Boy clowns out there in their 75000$ Boner, Joe Turner, John little john, homes are screwing around with Mercy Dee Walton, Earl Hooker, electronic devices of one sort or Clifton Chenier, Johnny Voung, Big' -another but not really .knowing what Walter Shakey Horton and a cut that theyre actually doing. Theyre fooling has to be heard to be believed its 1m around with the secret of F.. Hn All Right with Big Momma TIME/DIMENSIDN Thornton, Vocal;, Otis Spann, piano, DISTANCE/ENERGV EXCHANGE. James Cotton, harmonica, Muddy Its like a funny kind of magic, the Waters and Samuel Lawson on guitar computer doesnt know or care who Luther Johnson has bass and Francis pushes the on button, and anyone Clay on drums (Continued on Page 19) horses and cows in the spring and there'll be cow shit all overthe front lawn." A dascrlp tion of the Masked Marauders' Dylan put-on "Cow Pie" broke them up. Along with Tracy's singing the most impressive part of their Peace Carnival set was Jimmy Day's steel guitar blues playing, since almost all 01 the st.. 1 guitar playing you hear is that typical twanging sliding country music sound."Jimmy: "I've been workin' orr it for 20 years. Steel guitar and steel guitar players have been around for a long time. But the rock groups that are using steel, they haven't any of them used a real good steel player y.et. It's either a sax man that's just playin' steel or a guitar player that's sittin' in playin' a little steel because they want the steel sound. None of them have cut with a good steel player yet." Tracy: "Mr. Day is a unique experience. " Jimmy: "Yeahl" Tracy: "Hey, man, do you realize we're playing in Nashville on the 21st?" Jimmy: 'Whai? Well, that'll be another first. All the groups I played with live out on the road. The only time we played in Nashville was on the radio, on the Opry or somethin'. We never played a public appearance of any sort in Nashville. Never." Tracy: "Is that good or bad?" Jimmy: 'Well, I think it's kinda weird. Nashville is the Grand Old Opry Town and you never can hear no live country music." With his startfinq album "Nashville Skyline" Dylan turned everyone's head south. And if there are waiting lists for the studios and the studio musicians'in Nashville, Memphis and Musl" Shoals, by and large the artists, both pop and rock, are just. swinfl'ing south to pick UP .on the "in" ceuntrv sound, The results are generally predictable and shan-lived. Mother Earth, by )iving and breathing with the mothers and fathers of Nashville may just turn out to tie the first Northern rock and roll group to shape the courftry sound into something original, personal and inspired. Up to now, it's been iust an ornament.
where everyone is going in such a god awful hurry. subtle changes and. nuances of this our time of accelerated change, are not lost to the bright flash and ear shaTTERING Woosh from the energy created and used in bringing about The Interstellar Tourist Season. Only in this land
only in this dance Only this
how we do it."
america, only this trance," (Peter Whyze)
There's nothing happening here that's really out of the ordinary in the world of Music or more specifically poetry. A lot of people who have Ileen around for a while are polishing up their thing, casting away the illusions of american youth, and taking on the more serious aspects of existance as a work of art or music or poetry or being the best TV repair man in the city. I've got a spot in my head, where there is a time when I 'was there, (Did you ever live in a house with a pot belly stove?) or will be when ever I can Get Back. The Beatles latest project??? Something like that, The Book, the film, the record, it's all the same thing. Come on in and see how we do-It. Take your shoes off stay awhile. Its a movie of them cutting an album, just the way it happened, dig it on the silver screen or read the book all about it or get the record. Its a different kind of package that anything theyve ever attempted before, but with the beatles isint that always the case? Its going to sell a whole lot. Dreams, especially big ones are in great demand in the 70s, .but. remember f~lks, Only you can . dream the Biggest Dream and the Biggest Dream Wins. Three of the cuts, Get Back, Don't Let Me Dov.n and Let It Be have already been released and get lots 01 air time on the fm stations. The album is a whole different trip. All the talking between the cuts and the sounds of the film crew that was in
909. This is a train song, for tnose of you that like train songs. Written by john and Paul about 10 years ago before there were any Beetles. At-the end of this track Paul says, "Thanks Mo...... Just a minute boys." Then John and Paul dQ some of the Drifters old hit Sa~ the tsst Dance for 114>. Paul, "Do your own thing man!" John. "Give me the courage to came screaming in. Following this exchange is the B side of their latest single, Dont Let Me DoWl at the end of that john says, ''Well do Dig A Pony straight into lve Got a Feeling The first one is blues, John sings lr, the next one John and Paul do the vocal with Pauls incredibaly emotion racked voice in the beginning and John finishing up the song. After he mutters "I cocked it uP. trying to get loud." After this track Ringo taps on The drums and says "What does that sound !ike?" The last cut on the first side is their single Get Back. Billy Preston does some fine electric piano work on this and a few of the other songs on the album.
of the cut, ''That was Can Vou Dig it, now wed like to do hark the herald angels come." Following is LrN It Be, annother yeah-its going to be o.k. type song. More people should dig it cause when you really believe that its all going to work out life becomes a joy to live. The last cut is The Long Winding Road .. Paul finishes up the album with this slow sentimental number, sort of looking to go down that long winding road that we all travel on at one time Of ann other. Theta it. The New beetles album Get Back, or whatever name its going to be released under, you never know with these big time hurry up get the money promotion and distribution companies that are running the public music buisnes on this side of the atlantic. The Fourth Way is Michael Write, formerly with Sun Ra, Roland Kirk and John Handy, He plays the Amplified Wilkenowski Viplin. Ron McClure, formerly with Herbie Mann, Wes Montgomery and Charles lloyd, playing the amplified Fransiseo Ag~stus Homolko double bass, Mike Knock who has been with Yusef Lateef ,Steve Marcus and John Handy playing Fender Rhodes etectric piano and Eddie Marshal playing drums and recorder, he has been with Roland Kirk, Oione Warwick and Stan Getz. Thev all got together to do an album. The Sun and Mx1n have Come TOfI'ther. No. SKAO·423 on the Harvest label. Some of the best second generation new wave jazz to come along. Theyre useing this type of music a lot on the educational teevee networks specials and as back up for films. Vou never really notice it till your set blows a tube and all you get is the sound, look for it next time youre watching ·channel 13. look for the album too. Itil be out the last week of February. If youve got some extra money kicking around go out and blow it on an anthology. There are a couple of recording companies that have gotten into putting a lot of stuff together and releasing Z record sets. Its the same general idea as the
Side Two; This is one of Georges songs, its all about a chick or rather THE chick. Next is Teddy Boys, kind of a square dance number. Its a kind of ves-everyth ing-is-going-to-be-all· right·itll-all-work-aut-in-the-end song. They left in all the feedback that happened in the middle of the song. Following this is Too of Us On Our Mliy Home. Gening back and getting down to it. lazy afternoon dreaming the dream thing by John and Paul. Inbetween the tracks is a little bit 01 MJggie fitly, followed by Dig IT Everybodys got to dig someihing some time So come on and dig it, Geol'!Je says, "I can hardly keep my fingers still ... I want it I want it." John says, "Vou're going to ge it all right, 'get it good." Then at the end
For You Blue.
A JOY FUl N 0 I S E
by JAMES LICHTENBERG
of gospel, and well-as Tracy said during a very friendly about 7·way conversation at the Great Northern Hotel the night they split back to Nashville after playing at the Madison Square Garden Winter Carnival for Peace-"Itwas, man, forget it." With a flirt road so bumpy you can hardly drive over it, Nashville seems to offer them a fresh beginning, and 'if their set at the Garden didn't prevoke the kind 01 foot-stomping' en thus i asrn evoked by the phenomenal Voices of East Harlem it was musically together and finely focused rock and mil ccuntrv style. It may be south 01 the Mason Dixon line, and they may be 101l!l-hairs, but according their lead' guitar, Rob Caldwell, ''We're almost invisible ... no, the people are very nice and we haven't been hassled. In fact, we'~e· been helped. The people are very ~friendly." Tracy: "Rednecks ... yeah that's really an unfortunate co n notation.· I've run into more prejudice against country music up here than I've run into prejudice against people like us down there ... more exaggerated distortion. That's one situation where the thing is really reversed. It's like... like serious musicians and serious intellectuals would never have considered rock and roll to be this extraordinary musical form ten years ago, but now, it's the thing to do .. 1 guess the feeling about country music will change, too." And they are still living with the animals. Bob: "There are all these dogs.... and down the road there are all these cows that honk in the morning." Jimmy Day: "ThW honk their horns." Bob: . "Ok. .. moo. When you wake up they sound like they're right outside the window." Tracy: "Sometimes they are ... no, man, really. You know they are going to change pastures for the Since their formation 2 and a half years ago, and the release of their first earthy album, :'Living With The An-imals" (Mercury), Mothe'r Earth, gravitating around "mother" vocalist and spirit Tracy Nelson, have gone from California through a lot of changes of people and place. It seems that Mother Earth has lound a home near Nashville, in a house rented on a working farm where Tracy and a couple of the group live, and where . they all rehear~,work and get·Earth together. Along with their move to Nashville .ca... the additio>n "f , blue blood Nashv.ille Cat, Jimmy Day, . who with two decades of steel guitar playing under his ~elt'ravs "clean as country water" ana probably has been "playin' since they's babies". A man of stone country wisdom he starts the day with a joint and a beer. Lad fall, in another change, Mother Earth was at the Fillma.re complete with singer-guitarist Boz Scaggs, a bunch of Earth·ettes, a lot
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No one suggested, as the horny ole pasteup gang got themselves. t9gether enough to paste down Volume 2, No.7 of Kiss, that we were about to get oursel-ves and a lot of other people into hot water. It had been months, veritable eons, a vast stretch of time indeed since any of the other pornzines had been busted-not since Election Week, in fact, when a summary sweep ·of the stands had been made, Hizzonor's little way of saying he hadn't forgotten us in the heady flush of victory. How then was coverman Peter the Prince to know, as he cut the orange gelatin'
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nerves by the it needs space; it additional if it electricity chemically related
to evercume enough
(anti-organic) wrong perception anti-urqanlt electrical stimulates
the resistance makes
can also breakdown
nin and is the converted gets ate rat t han
get - s e rot serotonin
no r-adrenaline.zz nor-adrenaline
.the Loupe the victim body is
jump-the is used,
enough by becomes enough dopamine of and of flour or or
altered in an ",outlook.13 The second charge that to the organ hormone has (as been Nature adrenal secreting stimulates flows Lower Brain the If the should tissue.15 stomach Lower the needed proper nor-adrenaline of the in local this assist to activate ACTH,14 functioning intended) gland
victim If not to
secrete the properly body
gland which should then
Perkinson disease the
cas e Hochs treatment it from is synthetically fish velvet
pen u I tim "up·tightness.,,24 Norwich L-Dopa Parkinsonism; manufactured from the Labs for
have which The tissues most Brain for . flows Upper
of the been ACTH is stored
the to the charge
beans beans fed to h.orses.25 For those interested
to release of. which stimulating electrical an
the nnr-adrenaline it to produce
I olfer the lollowing .setf-tested recipe: Drop an Up Spansule-the
duration speeding. Spansule of Towards duration one The in turn, half coke their will personal tends The to be six hours amines into end of
organically some to
dlrecttv to the neurons
will release the
h.uge gmounts the the to hour upon snort brain. Up's and one's coke. in
Brain ionization.16 process to can ways; when additional synapse sufferer psychiatrist drugs process built bi-amphet stomach no r-adrenelina.V ingrediant halluciogens, an alkaloid.18 d but in effect at some around
.in several When the the the All
(the last hour depending metabolism) will trap receptor' long of the the cocaine tissue
it does the victim is said or psychotic. across fashion what as "stress." above paint electricity fails to get the
the Up's amines which,
thought-in-process in adequate endures identifies the
continua the release of the
past the normal Spansule. will slow in uptake In the the
nur-adrenaline duration addition nor-adrenaline
in its circular and Ups are
post-svnaotical neurons; so you'll be able to ball lor hours belore
reaching Norwich a climax. If Roche one or could market L-dopa
-a rnine ,
de x-amphet -arni ne , -emlne. Amines stimulate
tissue to The cocaine, and More our than have p oli c v research U.S. scientists hallucinogen heroin alkaloids release active as Downs, in is nine been upon has from alkaloid of
keep shooting it to body's nor-adrenaline , result last Tryingl!! half a day. or
replenish the supply-the more. Happy
might be a balling that would
1M. "Effects Stimulants Kerman of Chronic on and K. Unna, Administration
restrictive hallucinogenic prevented studying effects other Tile On the of
01 the Amphetamines
Pharmacology and Therapeutics,
in relation drugs such as actual one
to the effects
9 (Mar.-Apr., 19681, pp. 242·3. 2 J. Hamner, et al, "The Effect of
Eoca Leaf Chewing Mutosa of Aymara I ndians in Bolivia," on the Buccal anti Ilueehua Oral Surgery, Use of 28 the Ciba
of cocaine nature. the to of Inside the to the hormone, is the enables (inc(uding "stress" -as paragraph.
inside the brain uptake tissue.19 delay the body
is of a dual
it inhibits it tends
nor-adrenaline 0 n the other
the there which
(Aug., 19691, p. 288. 3R. Heizer, "The
Enema American Symposium,5 Among the Indians,"
sympathomimetic process inactive amine
inactivation amines.20 is acid to breaks the It down
a biosynthesis L-dopa,
(19441. p3SS'im. op. cit, p. 288.
"Kasman. ap. cit
n o r-a d r en al+n e .
BY DAVID CRAMEL
Searching through Psychological
weakness, apathy, introversion, incoherent speech and dullness," No
doubt at least some of the
teach onself the workings of the human central nervous system-it's
nice to know what to do to un-had
carnivorous man) described to deal
which mammal with
'Ibid, pp. 9Ibidd., p.
"The Psychobiology; Bases of Reticular The Behavior,.
Abstracts; Psvcho/5harmaco1ogy Abstracts, Chemical AlXitrac1S and
Index Medicus reveals the deplorable state of U.S. _ cocaine research.
symptoms are to be attributed to the Indians' poor diet.s Cocaine has been tested (between
1912 guinea monkeys. became and the present) pigs, rabbits, cats, The monkeys on rats, dogs and showed no the 11 jess there The
trip, to un-O.D. After rummaging around in medical and social science libraries for the last five years I have
developed the the nervous spine a simplified system. explanation top of of the way in which drugs act upon At the of nerves
in the previous
Cocaine, therators.. causes the user to undergo stress, but he grooves on it, tending to enjoy it. This is why cocaine is noted for powers-the coke-head into "killer with has angry. Often goes wrong. the biosynthesis The liver produces acids yet called lipids; isolated-controls serotonin in the is a hallucinogen process over one rut. Coke hsro!n, such a low hit you drug" confused Because stress its aphrodisiac literally goes the original and cocainist point he'll get him a la Anslinger the if you
Readings f.rom "Scie!}:rifi~ American" (San Francisen.' W.H. Freeman and Company, 1961), p.
Studies on the effect 01 this drug on
human control performance data; the last lack such adequate was in comes Andes;
and R. Moore,
The coca leaf, from which
desire lor the drug while the dogs
extremely species liking for addicted; developed it.6 Since overdoses." one's other addictive eventually drug often vastly powers; endurance withdrawal If one
is a bu ndle
SUbcortial IVIechanisms af Behavior; the Psychological Functions of Primitive Parts of the Brain (New York: Basic Books, Inc. 19651, pp. 25·8. 12S. Arlen, Interpretation (New York: of Robert !:chizophrenia
eucaine, grows in the approximately 10,000,000
American I nca tombs I ndians their - Dental studied from they report sallow often body people reveal
- ca lied the Reticular Formation (RF).10!'lt~e~ei-ves illlPuls'es from the various them sensory on nerves -and in passes two
is no tolerance
level all the animals to be- able to physical
chew it each day.2 the fact that -cocaine have many Indians
die from is reported increase
electrical charges-one going to the brain neocortex (Upper Brain), the other to the brain hypothalamus (Lower Brain):ll The electrical charge the in the Upper Brain becomes When between a thought-in-process brain neurons as it races along (nervesJ.12
by means surgeons
of an enema." recently' suffer
dogs. had their .swiming greatly enhanced." Upon from-the a does ~rugs I!rug cnlv habit.9 one should the
Brunner, 19551, pp. 428·30. BC. Stevens, Neurophysiology:
A Primer (New York: John Wiley & Sons, l nr., 1966), p. 3; see also: Arietir op.
the effects that
of coca chewing; muscular
dogs had aquirad
it gets to a space (synapse)
the amount of . body, Serotonin
cit, p. 194.
on Page 18)
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!'vIedia interference interactions of the past couple of days probably a week, 6 days; around there: The Grateful Dead, Love, The Allman Brothers, Ziibriskie Point The MJlky IiIIW The MJgic o,ristian, The DeOO again, plus Love and The Allman Bros a business party for Sly and Family Stone which was very crowded because food was being served and tables were grabbed, saved, nibsies etc.,-all the trappings
of cilJilization-so we ate on the floor, picnick style, joined by passersby in their hearts and waiters in the flesh (doesnt it sound like fun? Sure') and with some luck, Pharanh Sanckrs. This is Sunday afternoon,
and P. Sanders is for tonight, so anticipation has already set in. PllJS records: ow Kaleido$;ope~ New Lulu, The Velvet Underground, now and forever, Hamza EI Din, Notorious 8ryr1 Brothers, T-Bone
Walker, bootleg Stones," the first Dylan album in which he plays!! sprays Blue Cheer, the little brush d'amorel cello, ba ..... " til! talk guitar!! remember? Ken wuber, lives. Cool ... 1 I mean, I dont know, rhythm,?) whose electric battery cunningly about fTVTf! alburrt;; "Yeah. ";'ell, I'll Jake Holmes, part of the·good things reaily. The tie dye is incredible, 2. The Byrds. music to make love converts it into a hand vibrator; a be gain' in the studio next couple in life, part of a really wonderful everywhere; the paintings, creations, with and to sponge for. . whatever needs " of weeks ... It won't take very long. world called the World of Music near products of lives are all around: it 3. The Doors. Fucking music ah yeah Area Code 615, tune in channel 13, sponging. IIIbe a rock and roll star-a isn't enough. The Farm did make me 4. Beach Boys. we all know about It doesn't take me very long to make right after Sesame Street. INext think" uf wily/how communities and knee squeezes and rubbers. bridge between latter-day advent music. What takes a long time is ... families can work, could I make one 5. Buffalo Sprirlgfield. music to talk rock image and the original r&b well, in the past I had 4-5 an ...rer. week, it report, if I remember, on Sesame Streetl. And books: The New work, would I want to, what does the about it by sound of sweat, tits, and outlined I lookin' to consume everything I Indians by Stan Steiner, definition mean when I respond to 6. Pink Floyd. One source says head crotches under - satin stretch capri . could produce, to the point where it pants. AutobiographV of a Yogi, futzing it .. .! really slowed" me down. 'Crno!), we music. 1m not so sure. "Agreed that through lillian Roxon's need a snack: uh. how about a hit; Why not. Oa dODron ron. "I nterstellar Overdrive" is definitely how about a full dinner: a hit Why not. &!cyclopedia of Rock to check for giving head. but in general, they "1 live in a tent on tile farm ... yeah, album'-well, they've almost background information, Stand on you're able to be at peace, feel things .. are intimate touching music. Got it? consumed themselves by now. feel the elements, get closer. I got the Zanzibar, by John Brunner. 7. Country Joe: music to dig each +++++++ ++++++++ And the rest of a day's media Around the fat desks, the smoke is tent when it was left on the VW other by ... get high. rising, they're almost gone." People on the street; the little boy camper bus after the Indians l1eld a 8. Crosby Stills and Nash and Young. waving from it high window," HilI! I meeting on the Farm. We're near a ISandler and Young?) not music to John Sebastian wears sunburst see your dog! Is he nice?"; the get it up by; if you do, give yourself mountain which the Indians hold == pause =; typical peasant (babushka, missing "clothes, soft fur, the spectacles and , an extra lick. Maybe for 15 year old sacred .. ," his life "ally well, as though all were teeth and skin which never went (Moo: Oscar did a great rap on chickies. made for and by him beeau .. they "Back to traubadours, back to singers the chickens left by the Indians and 9. led Zeppelin. oh the big bang through American. public school lunches of variations-on-dough diets) were. John is . . . does Sebastian" and songs. Yaw for the shabbiest 10. Janis Joplin. Music to calm down the eventual conclusion that eating show on earth-that's us." "lady who trusts your friendly face need an introduction? No. W~ talked them would be fine but the killing of (or nerve up) 16 year old boys. (small; smiling; looks too stupid and about the upcoming album: "It's 11. Dionne Warwick. For holding them required special conditioning weak to be a hcedluml and asks pretty much an album ot-I've lost a "The Farm: Or, the Milton Drucker techniques none of the people hands. directions to a place around the good deal of perspeetivvnn it because Loves You Foundation, one of those 12. Johnny Mathis. Fim move in the possessled) so that the chickens were corner. Feel very knowing, allow it's been a year siAce dOing it ~.. but farmers came with Sebastian when make out kit. Should be only one offed by other means and strangers.! yourself 3 points because it is a nice it's a collection of 11 songs and we did the interview, Oscar Knox by needed. day; the Italian Pizza Place on the about that many moods and : name, O.K. for short lor. K.D. if you 13. Van Dyke Parks. White gloves We talked about a lot of other corner, asking for some milk, late one instrumental situations, y know? make it backwards) and thereupon and licorice smelling safes/ things; about Canal Street and the night, and trying not to feel schlocky What I did was, each tuna-as it hit, we discussed the price of shit in New 14. Deviants. Balling music, very wet , wonders of New York, about the IQ and immoral when you are given the got. finished and looked like a York, new york being one of the few noisy and not caring. machine at Nobody'., about M.e., last quart of milk because the Owner completed piece: I looked around to citlas in the world which has reached 15. James Brown. For homosexual Escher, about meditation, refuses to understand it is not for a see who among my friends would the level of sophistication where the releticnsbipa, consciouslnot, and I asked him what have a real good time in the studio shit is bought and paid for like any baby and you can't find words to 16. Otis. If you want a hard he thinks mak.es it all go around and • with it. And I would accumulate other commodity (Winston Tastes explain. deflowering to know it happened. he said, "I guess it goes around .. _ those people because-by now I Bond clap clap and the inherent 17. Sam Cooke. If you want it w~h because it feeds itself." So fit all this together and vou get know them-and each tune I treated levels of the last couple of phrases, silk and spats and honeybear tongues .: maybe 111 0 of the time passed in the quite separatelytatherthan·the other should you be wanting to make the 18. The Stones,: Well, this is Fucking space limitation given of, say, 6 Well. . .• saw P. Sanders, and approach, going in having 6 tracks connections, are there) The Farm: "is all right (Fuck king?-anvway.! days, ... while was not brought down was not laid down with the same people. So just a little plot of land; only thing 19. Quicksilver. Anyway you want it, ... and out of this, pick someone taken any place new. Why. Because· how you want it, where, when. the record came Out of a groovy we raise is ideas. It's where the point of reference worth discussing, jazz, and where it is going, ultimately mulch of feelings." tie-dye comes from, where Oscar Theyll root you on. in weekly allotment of print, more cernes from. And there's a lady on " will end by being my Fnvironrrr!Jflts" 20. The B.atles, Hard heov, kisses than another. Dr maybe just make up the farm who is Waterbaby Tie Dye record: side 2, the psychologically with your mouth closed, and that Great way to do it from the a fantasy out of this or other stuff, a ultimate Seashore. Womb music .squirmy feeling between your legs and Works and she taught almost song's viewpoint couple of them: There was an old when I am getting out of the world everyone un the farm how to and and .... peter out. spade named Tee-Tot who taught entirely. Womb music when I want tie-dye." 21. McCoys, "Hang On S(oopy". "ExacUy, exactly, that's what was Hank Williams how to play the fucking hair on the balls rock music. Bang. In Out Ouch Infinite McCoy,: important. It took a year to do it guitar, and Tee-Tot was pickin his (Aide: The farm has fresh air, This does not do Sanders and his Ummmm. Bailing. because of all the hassles; before the nose one day, used the soot for it careless thoughful nice vibes, seems group justice but then justice hardly 22. Jeff Beck. Ouch. Perversions publishing hassles, there were record pick and invented the soft boogie. figures in the world, and it is this· anyone" "? Torture first, to get this to be transient although everyone on hasstes, contracts-it was started Mo OK, Nick Perts, where are the it seems settled, is an amalgamation of world which is the basic criterion and way to pleasure.. Very involuted years "!Io." Tee-T at tapes .. ? talents and energies which work at % "is the nifty reason we have fave rave and not exactly toge11:er... Maybe selections and ilk. So here is a list of speeds. The good smells in the air and . . . III be a rock and roll star too by yourself . What's on it? in the house are all lovely, music groups and what they are good why net. i can wear tight tight 23. Animals. Crean:'! somewhere for: uncommitted, and there rather than "Cut part of it with a small group in leather, a see through top and moan. between big Ilang the rrv and fissure. III be billed as Bertha the Cleaning 24. Robert JOhnson.lt!cking music. New York; cut sessions in California happening. I mean, I don't know No A Consumer Guide L~dy and they will positively flock to with a big boogyin' band- 18 locks "on the doors, but I guess a lot Mmmhmm. 1. Grateful Oead. music to make love of people come to sightsee, so the ge close, to touch the real-enuff pieces-another with a baroque (Continued on Page- .20) with and to Iwhat else, given their naugahyde bottle of comet which ensemble: 3 viola de caccasl?) a viola people tend to keep locks on their
An enormous scandal is brewing Inside the art world, a scandal with
. should be paicf to the . to the artist. The an for into the third artist-technician the artist the air and work of artalw~ys'came -As the to this main that it less is prize was awarded married collaboration.
to high _ many been anything probably decided
to justify one reason that the this. This why even
And even' when artists have been able to find compatible technicians, no finished from E.A.T. applying, has successful the matching
is 1 main purpose of EAT's dismal open houses was simply to permit bored technicians artists' credit EAT the to meet and get to know Others with wives and girlfriends.
implications reaching' far be,yond it into. industry. finance, and the
future of man. The scandal concerns an organization known as E.A.T. (or
New York State Council
on the Arts
program activity open been it is worth
a work which shot
any artist much
Experiments in Art and Technology)
patterns-m this case the sale role of
seems color choosing
status of ·E.·A.T. was sucn that it could na longer provide it with a grant. Much of the criticism is
directed by those at EAT closest director to him, Billy even as Cluver who has been described,
.an attempt to artistic community
which was originally set up to play a middle-man role betwe~n artists
and technicians air -: the political
the benefit of industry or the C.I.A., but EAT hascome nowhere anyone's that brains and it or the industry
than has been claimed.
at the ribbon. succeeded in
near picking is doubtful
-;n a'nd busine~j: i leaving
(as well as between to' one implications of such
scandal apparent year's exhibits "Modern" story to.)eak awarded to
system occasion competition Brooklyn though
a unten, there are now people on all 'levels of knowledge who would' agree that E.A.T. has badly misusedthe. functions it has been given. Even those artists who most'jwcr
of this on the at the
became of last with and the prizes were
encouraging not collaboration between artists and technicians but hypocricy among applicants and grave doubts as to the validity of
"secretive," "pedantic," and "full of petty' resentments." There is no' doubt that there is plenty ..' of room for improvement.
C.I.A. would know what to do with the pickings. Et:lually irrational, though understandable, that has been the to , observation
all EAT seems
the E.A.T. system.
An equally unfair
of this has taken
a bit of time
'.. It was originally :hoped that EAT would be a live, constantly growing thing about in fact as well as a place where What open people could regularly their common resulted formal meet an~ talk problems. so-called
be devoted Rauschenberg, rumor EAT going keeps
to is helping Robert in his career. A~other the rounds two has it that rooms and reception
collaboration between art and technology(and feel it can produte rnaan
ingful results for the arts) have thelr about thet of from E.A.T. enough E.A.T. No should one be E.A.T. reservations believes chance changes against strong
(or no competition
at all) took
out. Ostensibily the for this competition solely
. place when artists were chosen. to go to 0 saka and operate the computer-controlled sound-and-light
constantly the other
one for artists of grants,
on tha basis of
E.A.T:s strict system, that all works
of art considered ~:t!:e~h:nP:~i~:ta~! In the prizes done. awarded was for the prizes were :o~a:ho~i:~iaOn~ three this in fact
Pallillion the ironic,
was. a series of dull
Given the nature particularly
disbanded, as long as there is any
making meaningful within, but the case activities as to so far is be practically
houses, mercifully held quite: infrequently and regretted by no one was who also ever attended going for artists surplus to one. put concerning EAT out available too never. a
segregates its visitors into one or the .other catgeory. This is hotly denied by EAT, but the how existence deeply of the alienated rumor shows
case of none of the
entire pavillion may be destroyed-by Japanese student protestors. Some artists have also
newsletter or cheap
tree . EAT has become from most artists.
But none of these speculations are needed to show the braadth.and depth of E.A.T.'s no doubting the f@ilure. T;~~~.~.is: necessit ....:.fo(ali
overwhelming. During has effort, prided its the fast two years E.A.T. itself punchcard in treating Yet only on one system major for to
. The first work created whom had technician E.A.T. artist . being to
prize was given to a by two artists, one of merely when claimed to be a applying. When this, it asked his pretence and appealed this of to.
possibility . environments areas encouragement, now about of
erecting in this
from large companies-this
materialized. But most important was the .role E~T might have pla~ed house ne~
discovered continue a technician
but have been met with scant
(and might stili playl as cleaflng
. . fO.r new d.evltes; an~ Ideas for devices, ~hlch could Immensely lives and change
matching artists with technicians
solve problems art works.
although E.4.- T. is set up a large·scale
organization evote to As original aims. EAT is quite evidently not carrying out is original aims. It has instead been diverted from these into a narrowly construed purpose, aggravated by administrative inadequacies, end. prove flexible reform itself unpleasant as alternative unacceptable. may and reached for a dead E.A.T. to It is important
y, 'E' "T'
the secrecy of both. The work that
won the second prize was. in fact created by a man who was both' artist the applied and course briefly technician, of his to another although work he technician in had
such matchings have been carried out during this period. As it is well-known found that ma.rty;.artists have the first technician they have
learning program about water buffalo for the benefit of villagers in India.
enrich . our
raised percent administrative There ,tIirectors
environ~ent. The lntermediarv role EAT could have played between. artist and industry in this regard has not emerged-it attempted. has never even been
the administration which salaries proof have that went
been matched with (or even the first two' or three technlclensl unable to help them, it is obvious fewer than six hundred matchings have actually that many grccessful taken place.
the budget of E.A.T.-almost
for some supplementary help. In . 'neither of these cases did. it prove helpful required that that E.A.T. contest rules money the full prize
and expenses. E.A.T.'s accomplished
It must of course be admitted some of the allegations against or even funny. that the one artist maintains
enough and thus from within, as this may De. The be even more
EAT are exaggerated Thus,
Rip Off Voice Dear EVO-Why not use some of your classified advertising space for. getting for bread ads about jobs in the need for about Movement, and for other kinds of jobs' people And who ads can't take working
wh ich can be good for people with high blood pressure. Also,
it lowers as much indicating treatment. preventing sm~1I doses. are a reas coordination priesthood the of smokers the body as temperature two degrees,
its use as a sunstroke THe can be great for epiliptic Finally, experienced actually when improve psychomotor stoned. in Peru are seizures, indications dope in in
communes, etc. Or is all
this taken care of by the grapevine? I seem to see ads like this in the Village Voice, why aren't you ripping off some of .their advertising? The Voice is good, but it's not exactly devoted .to the non-profit collective principle. Movement people shouhi try to stick together. help each other; live with each other. trade off with each other. Also, EVa. what a stupid thing that piece was the other week about how to become a tennybopper idol. You could have used the space better to give some advice and information on survival to tennybappers. Of course they're stupid, but this isn't
dropping like spit down an airshaft: only four enrollees so far this year, Paul .... (human) Also in Peru, a kidney was recently sold on the'
black market for $600, no questions asked. Not for nothing are they called feelthy Peruvians .... In North Carolina, where black in the people 68 last 60 years white is presently 206
have been executed as opposed a underway murderers,
going to make them any smarter.What the hell. their parents tell them they're stupid, they don't need this from somebody who purports to believe in or support the youth revolution. too. EVO needs a take-over
to get a 17·year·old
out of the slams, where
awaits execution. Miss Marie Hill was found gUilty last year of murdering a white store keeper
Ed.-Look, out and fuck, get ads, yau want to and hire a fleet of people employment for us to go
by a white judge and jury, on the basis of a confession made to a white sherrif before Miss Hill
obtained counsel. Although she later refuted the confession, and although the prosecution prcduced no scientific witnesses evids'n ce claimed when to and she the prove she was the mu rderer, although was in South Carolina
you can have
this fucking sheet.
Masochism: I open the can. It turns and the lid separates from the can. The orange thick liquid 002es out. coloring again. Campbell's I stir the caramel Some of the beans are hard but I eat them anyway-carefully avoiding the taste. Great from caramelshit. It has no News and liberation I eat quickly, me. unaware of the heat of the food or its smell-only Sad Tragedies into the conditions of his black tenant farmers .... In Finland. same scientist dude has invented device a new which anti-damenstration police in with an FBI raid on the local Panther headquarters. "A great many people are about raids," having second thoughts Gestapo-type midnight accordlnq to . ten years in in be to
murder happened, she was convicted and sentenced to death. For the last year she has been kept in solitary ccnfjnement; her mother in .the meantime has died. Some Carolina
shoots a cone of ~iftly (The .fuam t-:thawt;!d out bearing Afro-American Association Sulzberger brow .... Seattle, hardens by fruit:
beans and the caramel shit lrolls off and reveals their white slug bodies. Color of people who're popular because of it. Not me. Uncover me or cover me in fat. Eat. love. The taste is unbearable. Sickly sweet. I add garlic powder, nutmeg,
foam for distances of up to heat.... the
News Service this
Mayor Ullman. . . . Studies conducted ago at the Edgewood Maryland, that extremely numerous Grass lowers temperature for recently spite of all, persuasively marijuana phvsical
fuckers in South ripped off. The Jones' Oklahoma. survived although Box is the underground They their
week, folks ....
First olf, LNS itself
Arsenal released could
Family Grandchildren paper' of Norman, have first just smut now bust,
has been notified by the Chemical Bank New York Trust Company that Senator records account. Eastland's pertaining Senate to Internal the LNSI Security Subcommittee has asked for
. Aiken's organising at the NY Times is Employees Great applause his
is already wrinkling the
one staffer, Mike Skinner,
pepper. I'll smell. Truthfully-so
won't have to wonder
disorders, body." 36 hours,
. still faces charges. Send money to
if I do like
always. Repulsive. Repelled by smell.
Eastland may JLJstbe afraid hard eye of LNS might look
to Mayor Welsey C. Ullman of
who refused to tilrow
2237, Norman, Oklahoma.
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there are fifteen groups that hit the Dear EVa -My reasons for writing encouraged to be fingerprinted at record company for a $10,000 are twofold. Some months ago I their local station houses, just in case advance, waste three hundred hours someone had to identify their bodies. wrote, telling you to temporarily (C()ntinued fr-om Page 15) in the studio (at an average cost to discontinue sending EVa, because of The information thus gathered during Filthy, smelly beast. I'm going to the company of, say, $500 an houri the war years is still in dossiers wilich mail difficulties. Now, the difficulties punish you. Eat. come up with shit an~ break up have been corrected.and myoid man I believe, are in the files of the B.S.S. This is my thirty-fifth meal in a before the company can make a dime and I can, again, enjoy our paper. I have no way of knowing whether week. Small snack-like meals hut on them. When there is money to be We've missed it! Enclosed is the name information on All NYC residents is deadly creamed cakes, ice, candy, made, the group gets part of it. label, if you have any trouble finding still being accumulated. lots sugar for the meet heart of a When money is lost, it is the record I n recent years, 6.S.S. has been it. singing coronary. company alone that' loses. Even recruiting black and Puerto Rican Also, I have quite a problem There are more beans left. I pour groups that are eventually successsful which I hope you can graciously take detectives from other departmental cost money to begin with: something them into my bowl carefully care of. Enclosed, also, is a letter. I commands, particularly narcotics. li.ke 90% of all singles and 70% of all would appreciate it if someone would avoiding, spilling the caramelshit. I Emphasis has been on Cuban groups, More Park eat hurriedly. black militants. For more info & mail it for me. To make a long story Dear EVD-I believe that you should albums released lose money. Fact 4: Most pop musicians are a I dump the rest in the toilet. I am give more coverage to the Earth short, this person and I have been names of Bureau members, page sated, Momentarily disgusted, royal pain in the ass to work with. through current back issues of People's Park idea, thru other articles having a wild, involved affair, which repentant for being so ugly, fat, They think that because they copped "Spring·3100" at the' N.Y. Public in your "burnt out" newspaper. has caused me hassles. I .tcld him dumb and generally unappealing to Library. Coverage in Vol. 5 No. 10 issue was a few B.B. King licks and can get an I was returning home, (which Forest Doth sexes. II I could identify the lieutenant erection on stage at the Fillmore they good (an entire page), but nobody Hills really is) and that we'd never I open the eld-fashiuned cap of the know how to make records. They 'seems to be stressing the extreme meet again. I hate to deceive him, but mentioned above, I am sure my bottle. It tastes like soda anyway. need for this environmental idea. don't. There is a big distance between I am a coward, and courage isn't my remarks would be more credible. I Lemon Citrus fruit remember he was a close personal HopefuJly you will continue to give it playing your ax and marketinq a virtue. something-citrate of Magnesia. It'Il its proper coverage. Let's see an saleable finished product, but most I would be so very grateful if EVa - friend and neighbor of Captain make me shitfully do penance. I drink article at least once every two weeks artists refuse to understand, with the would help me. The letter is dated . Gallagher in Bellaire, Queens. I'll ask it from an artful, green long stemmed concerning its progress and its result that record companies have to February 18th, so if you do mail the around and send you more dirt, glass like lemon champagne. I'll force (Unsigned, Hartford, Conn.! hardships. This should be one of the put up with their incompetence in letter, he will receive it this coming myself to drink it all. I would prefer. Ed.--Thanx and a tip of the hat. most important articles in your the studio, which casts Time and Friday or Saturday. If there's any 10 eat pussy. I wish for a call from newspaper, since it will concern Money. way to repay you, please let me We'll be waiting for that dirt. anyone beckoning me to feast on soft Even the stars are not exempt: many. of our lives in times to come. know. smooth labia with whitesauce topped Rolling Stone gave a beautiful. Laura Nyro insisted on producing her Thanks! with a cherry-clit. Having had an account on what's happening with last album for Columbia all by Sincerely, hour session-a tasteful experience. the whole gig. Quote from John da herself; it ended up costing $150,000 Sister Jan But no one wants me for this deep Swede's article on E.P.P.: "But then, for a record that could have been Ed.-Well, for proper pink & dark red warm loving. It's E.P.P., like peace, will come when made for ten grand. Jimi Hendrix rerrwneration \IIe'1I have to refer because I'm fat, 155 or 165 Ibs. of 5' recently spent three monts in the enough people believe in it and want you to D.A, Latimer, who is 6" fat. I just feel ugly. Maybe I'm it and make it." What the fuck is studio (at a cost of $100,000) and usually here between six and not. Well, what in hell is the matter everybody waiting for? If this fails, came up with nothing. In contrast, midnight on most days. Call with me? where can we possibly turn? For Don Costa, an "establishment" 228-8640 and ask for Big Dean. Oral more information on E.P.P. 'please arranger (over thirty and bald) can go Maledicat ilium Deus Pater into a studio and cut eight tunes with Ed -Beats us. You got piles, call (212) 245·5587-(The Wortoke Conceml=or (212).643-1931; or an eighty piece orchestra in six hours. Qui Hominem Creavit maybe? Bad breath? Athlete's write Earth People's Park, Box 313, What it boils down to is Dear EVO-I would' .just like nr say foot? Body dirt? What the fuck 1230 Grant Avenue, San Francisco, - professionalism. God knows I would that if Judge Hoffman prays a lot are you complaining about, Calfornia 94133. Contributions rather listen to Jimi Hanrix than Don maybe God will forgive him yet. His anyway? You think you got should be sent to Earth People's Costa any day, but the fact is, when sente-ncing of the Chicago 7 was a problems, dig what sort of Park, Santa Fe, New Mexico. it comes to the business of making perfect example of blind.Justice. "Ifmadman must have composed Love, records, most rock musiciaJ,ls are.< you canno~ listen to the ,~oic~ of th.e this NEXT letter: Alan G~ry insufferable amateurs, and th~t Cost~.:~eople silence them, IS_, hIS ··M·oney.Ano as long as there~re bill#': inadequate motto in life. Quo.te: Wretched Reaction To Rap in this world, the people who, run .Judge Hoffman, 19]0, it should be to se~. your Dear EVD-Recently have had a gig Dear EVO-Glad courageous publication lashing out so them up are going to be the ones·wh&;': engraved ·in his tombstone when he is which has placed me in the various put to rest. Judge Hoffman, fearlessly against the evils of the rock end up paying them. palaces of pig power. These midtown If you want to improve the state philanthropist, God! May his soul rot and roll business. It occurs to me, towers of architectural obscenity however, that as' an afterthought to of the art and the conditions thar in hell. house 95% of the members of the your stirring display of idealism, you .pop musicians are "forced" to put up James A. See monolithic capitalist conspiracy. My may well forgive him just might be interested in some with, for the love of ChriSt, don't go Ed.-God first impression of their interiors was facts ... how realistic they are- in reflecting around telling them to "grasp' the. but it's obvious he's going to have trouble with the rest of us. Fact 1: Our society runs on significance of their power", they're their class structures and the dehumanizing exploitation of the 'money. Distasteful as that may be, unbearable enough_ egomaniacs as it no society has ever run successfully is. Tell them instead to learn a little Dear EVa, peons ~ho slave away their lives on About Ray Schultz's article in ,on anything else (trust, love, etc'! about the cold, hard facts of business the twelfth floor. Recprd companies, being a part of (a, differentiated from rmsicl before EVa, February 4, on the Bureau of My next flash of ensmic awareness society, also run on money. So do they sign with a record company and Special Services, N.Y.P.D. came to rna, as I was entering the During World War II, the squad musicians (I didn't notice Stevie proceed to drive producers, engineers executive offices of Kraft Food,. Winwood Hushing any of his tainted and accountants up a wall. If rock was skippered by Captain George After passing a twelve foot Old Glory duilars down the toilet ... .I musicians would have the humility Gallagher (aec.), who infilt.'ated red and a portrait of old man Kraft Fact 2: As all know, anybody who and common sense to submit to a cells with mtormants and turned up himself, I came upon the plastic wears a coat and tie and works regular one-hour lecture on the economics of some reds in the Board of Education . . princess of public relations. After hours is a VICIOUS, cheating, what they are getting into before More important than this is some assuring her that I wasn't a disciple of money-grubbing capitalist swine, they get into it, record companies little- known work carried out by one Charles Manson I demanded to see whereas anybody who has lang hair and musicians would both be a lot of his lieutenants, an Irishman whose someone who would give me, in name escapes rnelif I remember it, I'll. happier. And richer. and smokes dope, especiallv detail, a description of all the let you know). All precinct detective rnusieiars (G'od bless 'em) is sainted, Anonvmous Record Producer. chemicals used in Kraft products. squads began dossiers on all residents Fact 3 there, where Even though I was unable to see ~ faultless, and determined to take over Ed.-About respective the world. Far be it from me to it's so piteously difficult to get a living with in their someone immediately (theV were precincts. This work was organized dispute this truth, especially since I decent very paranoid) I did succeed in .return on one's by the above B.S.S. under tile guise have wng hair, smoke dope, and am a . investment-man, messing up their routine to some if every of civil defense organizing, every musician. However, there is another, degree. fucking one of you anonymous huusehcld was, interviewed and mu ch unfonunate distinction: most coats record producers went fucking So with my latest response I began ....... IEIIS, I)f;CKORMCltEVt)!I[)(II.PAY-'8.l TO "FILLMORE data obtained. Air raid block wardens and ties Know What They Are Dong; broke and were reduced to fantasize about hundreds of freaks Wr,"IM2PdAV£..UC,IOOO3,EMClOSESElF·AOOIlESSEO: to were usually police informants . .. STMIPEOEPM'lOP£&SP£CINDAY.o.m&!0II1,l,30SftI)W. most longhairs, especially musicians peddling your asses on 72nd invading these vestibules of vestigal ... B1M11511AYf _. SIIIIWn.r..IlEL§lTlIIlllfflCL la[JSJlSO., ..... ( ... 11IIrlaJ~sIIiM): Citizens criticizing the war effort, (God bless 'em) D. Not Know What street, vituperaton and bombarding their then there miWit be ......uMBO. _ SlrRi ~ 3rd Awnue.jllp!.ttiu). 121 .... Strftl.trItlitlCW0i5Irid},YllLAG£OlOI(S.I~9BIecIu=, associating with aliens, and so on They Are Doing. banality with all sorts of inquiries justice in this world. As for the (l.IpstJirs~ .atdIettIr·SYIII'ItONJ MUSIC SHDP. 28 P:a!isIIIes .." were reported to precinct squads and Fact 3: The result is that making mu 51clans-most that any angered consumer might of them 382 EI5I Fort!him SIr.eI. FornI Hills rock_records is a tedious, arduous, wouldn't be hired to call cows if the information entered in their heve. _nOlDE IslllldAftnue .... J. dossiers. Ostensibly for purposes of It might not have that great effect frustrating and often money·losing there wasn't all that money in l'anmus;THE"tASTSTRAW, identification, NYC residents were .proposition. For every Blind Faith, rock music . on the constipated construction of carnage, but it does have a soothing effect and the buildings are heated. 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2 (1954), pp. 122-6; see also: Woolley, "Involvement of the
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14McLeary,op. cit., p_ 35. Perfused Artery [of a rabbit earl; 15A. Carlsson, M. Lindqvist and Comparative Effects of Cocaine, T. Magnusson, "On the Oenervation, and Serotonin," Biochemistry and Possible Functions Circulation Re!X!arch, 21 Isuppl. 3; of Dopamine and Noradrenaline in Il ac., 1967), p, 177. See also: Ross, the Brain," Adrenergic Mechanisrrs, op. cit.,passim eds. J. Vane, G_ Wolstenholme and 20S. Kalsner, et al, "Mechanism M. O'Connor ("elba Foundation Symposium;" Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1960), p. 432; see also: H. Weil-Malherbe, "The Passage of Catechol Amine, Through the Blood-Brain Barrier," Adrenergic Mechanisms, etc..... p. 423. of Oocaine Potentiation of Responses to Amines," British Journal of Pharrmcologv, 35 (Mar., ,1969(. pp. 428-9. 21 D. Woo" e v, .. So me Neurophysiological Aspects of _Serotonin," British Medical Moumal, .
Emotion, ed. D. Glass ("Proceedings at a Conference Under the Auspices of Russell Sage Foundation and the Rockefeller University;" New York: Rockefeller University Press, 1967), pp.115-6. 221bid 2~Arieti. op. cit, pp, 428.30. 24A. _Fangman and W. O'Malley. "l-Dopa and the Patient with Parkinson's Desease," Alrerican Jasretot Nursing, 69 INa 7, JuIV, 1969k passim. 2'lbid, p. 1455.
16Arieti,op. cit., pp. 197·8; see ... also: S. Ross and A. Renyi, "Uptake of some Tritiated Svmpath-rmirnetic ~~i;:: bY,n Mo~sietr!:~in ,~;~::
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To be specific, strips-of white tape had been laid over a collage by Joseph Stevens. on page 7, to obfuscate a pair of breasts which were being strenuously fondled by a set of masculine hands. Ptesu~blY the printer, appalled, had called in his attorney to inspect the flats, and this worthy, having heard somewhere that the D.A. was down on 'body contact' this season (as distinguished from, say, exposed clits. or defecation. or S&M, or lipsticked cigarette buts. or some other taboo), had drawn the tape across all points where the fingers of one person touched the body of another. But taping it was fruitless, for on Thursday, two days after she hit the stands, KI-SS was ripped off once again bv tile D.A.'s men, and the publisher, Jay Feb. went to the slams for eight hours. With him went a few newsdealers, plus Peter Leggerie of The Gothic Blirrp Mhrks, Stan Goldstein of For Adults Only, and Gary Thier of Rat. Yo listen to people talk, you'd think all these people from ·their ~ildly disparate walks of life went to jail because \ printed one little killer cover. And it certainly does cause one to · wonder why all of a sudden four papers are ripped off the stands at once, it causes one to think in terms of some great conspiracy. And when vou add to this the knowledge that for several weeks now the big porn distributors have been getting severely tucked over by the Fads, well, then you know something's Lip.But why blame it all on Jay Fab of Kiss, as so many people do? - let's look at it from another slant. Maybe a few months ago some prominent official in the executive branch of the Federal government happened across a copy of Rat. Imagine the colouring of his face, the swelling of his neck, as he sat there at his great maple desk looking over this shoddily produced insurrectionary phamplet. 'Something ought to be gone about this!' he probably exclaimed thundrously, hurling th~ copy into his out box. Whereupon,· who knows, some fastass young crewcut returning from the cafeteria with crullers and coffee saw all this happen, and decided to pick up some brownie points for himself by wiping out Rat: 'Get Rat,' he could have told an old college buddy new working under the New York City D.A. That's the way these things work, you know. 2/16/70 So this kid in New York D.A.'s office, he would have picked up 11 copy of the last male edition of Rat, published a month ago 11$ their special 'Pornography end Masturbation Issue'. In this one then, besides the usual accounts of faction fights between SDS and PlP, Rat published a few articles with titles like 'Female Masturbation', and 'The Myth Of The Vaginal Orgasm'. Nothing too exdting here, but it might just have shocked a mlddle-eged bureaucrat. 'Officer Malarkey,' one can almost hear some Assistant D.A. ordering, 'it's your bounden duty as a civil servant and a Catholic fo find whoever's doing this stuff and make him stop. Pick up a few others while you're about it, and we'll hand~' " whole pile of it to the judge. He'll go CTaZy!' . · That's how it could have happened. The thing is, nobody : knOVL6 how it came to pass that four separate periodicals were simultaneously removed from the public view on the complaint I of Obscenitv. The most salient feature of The Gothic Blirrp t.1brks was a compendium of the works of EVO artist Spain Rodriguez, about four months' worth of vintage Trashman tales-maybe somebody big has it out for Spain, who knows? Or could it be that somebody doesn't'want Stan Goldstein infecting American folklore with his insipid ideas about sexuality? The thing is three of these papers were clearly busted primarily to make a solid case~by-a~so~iation against the fourth paper, Eiizr;rre':" ;;orlJ of wo~d .._,f~e-:,.;ck5; whichever one that is. And this is dirty pool. Just like handing ""'Y I i.vi,·9,T,iFFi~'5·~eo';j (OFS' tour-veer contempt sentences to defense lawyers is dirty pool. And to fail to protest against this sort of thing, eut.uf culd feet or disdain for the subject matter of these periodicals, is to lend those motherfuckess an arm up against everybody. As long as Rat's still on the stands, things aren't yet too depressing in this
Sly and Family. Time to turn off radio. Interrupted coitus. Ricky Nelson. Nostalgia and maybe jerking each other off in. a 25. Velvet Underground. 3rd Album. very nice friendly fashion. \ For 'resolution.' First album: for 35, Richie Havens. Auto eroticism if reaching plateau-any plateau you are he is into a guitar thing, otherwise capable of. 3rd album definitely for forget it. after you have seen the light, stars or 36. Cream. If you are not high, ok otherwise. for foreplay when you want your 26, Amboy Dukes. If you have a mind to get set. Otherwise you will peculiar rhythm, '·2, '·3·4. .•. be higher than this so forget it. 27. Lovin Spoonful. For ballinq. 37. Muddy Waters. For partyin' and 28. Steppenwolf: Interrupted coitus makin luv, baby. turn off radio. 38. Lulu. One of the great fucking 29. The Band. For sitting around the right records of all times. Any critic fireplace wanting it. or writer about music who has not 30. Procol Harum. For balling' even yet come out and stated that New making love to. Route; on Atlantic is one of the 31. Fleetwood Mac. Yeah, baiting. alltime records is a suckoff, hasnt 32. Steve Miller. For making love to. listened to the record and should not Or fucking. _
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bopping by on their way home knew it also. But the few cops who were left on the scene, the small group to (Contin-ued from Page 13) the other, hard ice at the cops, The the north, and those on the a day salary, then set them at each crowd had completely spilled onto courthouse steps V'i!ti"e in legitimate other, the cops and the kids for a big the streets now, and they were danger. They were in trouble, I tell Up against the wall, technicolor scene all in fun, just like confrunting the cops at the north end you. One was down. the rest were they did with Officer Obie, but that where the police truck was, and the motherfucker! getting bru ised and pelted. They were east end, the criminal court building, Up against the· wall, ain't usually the way it happens. scared, too. Ever so often the Indian and the south end, where motherfucker! Meanwhile, there were several cops whooping would begin, and it always 16MM· FULL COLOR ·ADUL TS ONLV .. Up against the wall, sounded like the charge of a brigade, motherfucker! and the cops always stiffened when Free the Panther 13, Power to they heard ·it, it was wierd. It was tense. We knew it was coming. the People! Snma cars were trying to get Free Huey! Free Bobby! Free the Chicago 10! Power through, some cops were trying~ to to the People! get them through, the cars were being The snowballs continued flying smashed, the cops were being and most of the cops withdrew from smashed, and the Captain turned to the steps of the court building, but his men at the north end of tile the ones who stayed were pelted street, the same who had retreated continuously, they were bobbing, before, and told them, "Come on, weaving, jumping. dlJcking, doing men, let's get these people. Come on. everything in their power to avoid Come on." And suddenly the cops the snow and keep their tempers, and broke the line, they began running one of them on the left steps took a for the crowd, a shout of terror went snowball, and iceba!l, to the eye up as clubs were drawn, and the cops Ii\.I?orrp!, and he went over like a rustled into the screaming, jumping dead man. A scream went up, this crowd. Some of them were now could be it, the cops sure were wearing shiny blue helmets. waiting for $Orrethi,!g, and his They broke right in and began buddies rushed to his aid, he was forcing people back, but not too down for the count, God, and the rour'Y it must be said. Nothing in snowballs didn't stop, it was a real comparison with Chicago. They were offensive, and the cops were up trying to catch one or two people, age ins the wall, motherfucker. evidently: and keep the rest of the Now we all naturally assumed that people moving, that's all. They the cops would break it up shoved their way in, west into the _ eventually, I mean cops aren't known parking lot and the crowd sort of ·to just stand there and take that kind filled in around them. After a few of punishment unnecessarily. I mean minutes of scattered slugging and they had the power to reverse ttie running, they withdrew lnte the trend, and they knew it, and we street and the snowballs kept flying. knew it, and the well-dressed lawyers Then, someone threw part of a and Wall Street clerks who were barricade at one of them, and they rushed into another part of the crowd, a little to the south. This time it took longer. The crowd in the street was "UNFORGETTABLE! broken up now, one. part on the DON'T MISS 1T!" sidewalk in front of the court building, one part retreating into the parking lot on the other side of the street. People were running like mad N,V.Times in every direction. A new contingent "AGEMI" . of cops with helmets began coming .. BernardL. Drew .. down the block from the north and forcing the people in front of the VEIIICE fiLM fESTIVAL courthouse ........ around the corner SAN FRANCISCO fiLM FESTIVAL shoving and prodding them on. The SAN SEBASTIAN fiLM FESTIVAL crowd in the pilrking lot retreated a LONDON fiLM FESTIVAL good bit, and the cops withdrew NEW YORK FILM FESTIVAL
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re-enforcements were arriving, and the rear was open to the west, a parking lot. The crowd was getting wild now, very restless, they were 'whooping like Indians, and chanting at the police:
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agairL For all the motion, there was never any real battle at this point. The front of the enurtheuse was clear. Small crowds of people stood on the southeast carner of the block, i watching. Several cops stood in the street and kept their eyes on the parking lot. I moved over there, flashing my press card with all sort. of disdain, and was no sooner talking to a friend I met when a hail of snow, ice and broken glass went hurtling through the air towards the·tops, Wow! The crowd milling·.around the parking lot, very angry, It didn't , look good. Suddenly a shout went up, and sure enough, a new force of cops were DR their way in. They drove the crowd up to the next block then split them into three pans with the most amazing tactical contrn! I have ever seen. It _waslike herding 'eattle. 'p~odding and. jabbing forWard, they dro,ve:_onegroup down the block 111ft frorn).he parking lot,
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had tried to get-together. The cops were on top of all it. They cleared the
from Page 21)
get smart." do you mean, 'don't take get you
"That's "You're "Don't better to foot-cop is in that joined the the photographer.
not public you
group straight ahead from just had joined,
lot, and another group subway peox;e'soon course,
with photographer entrance
Joe Stevens who I I was forced down a bv a moving herd of of
smart?' " "You heard in."
have somerespect." me. We'll gLJys have anything stand here?" a do than
just sort of disintegrated into several smaller groups arou nd the parking lot itself, like water. Every time they tried to regroup. the cops would move in again, a new force from the courthouse end of it. Of course, it was pretty rough. I saw a girl get hit in the ribs with, club for not moving fast enoupll, but she survived to move on. I mys: jf was shoved by a cop, shimmed into another cop. was desperately groping for my press card to bail myself out when the second cop grabbed me by the shoulders and threw me on the ground. I sort of had the feeling 1 was under arrest, cashed in for the dJY, and I stayed on the ground so the cop would have to pullme up, which he did, and I dropped the press card,
but he only gave me another shove
a's we hit the steps,
"Don't pay the fare!" And I assumed we would all rush through the gates,but
we began screaming the station was letting' was narrow, them go and one cup one bV one one
"For what!" the kid said. "For' disobeying the directions of a pnliceman." "What lawful direction?"
''We told you to move on." "You're out of your mind," . kid said. "I was coming way, that's
asked us. bus, He's my brother. cops and I became He a
"Hev," Stevens said, "My brother
We still drink together.
out of the of
through the turnstyle,
cop was standing in this narrow in front hole,
subway to go on my legal and lawful
my right as a citizen I'm an American, this city, move _on you'll just and I'll "me, for
HEY LARRY!!!" "HEY LARRY!"
waving at the bus.
shouted, SEE YOU
exit gate. There were at least 35 kids
LATE R," Ste~ens shouted.
legal and lawful way, if stop harrassing
"Don'tpay the fare" but nobody had the nerve to try it at that point, It was cold and slushy out, and the sun
was down, and everyone was· tired
and disgusted with the whole thing. One by one, they paid the fare, and
Christ's sake." "WELL GET MOVING!" the cop shouted, and the kid got moving. "What do you want?" the cop asked me. "I'm press," I said. "This IS
official." Face it, the thing was over, Except
"WE'LL MEET YOU AT THE BAR!" I shouted. • "YOU SURE SHOWED THEM
HIPPI ES!" Stevens shouted.
back up the steps repartee Outside with the
to the street. The person-to-person the cops was beautiful.
for assorted stagglers, the thing 'was
broken up now, and it was cold, and to eat. saw a it was time to get something the courthouse, then we
"YOU SURE DID!"I yelled. "THEY'LL GET WHAT THEY DESERVE: JAI Li" 'THAT'S RIGHT. JOE, JAIU" "JAIL. RAY!" "THAT'S WHAT THEY DESERVE!"
"FUCKING LONGHAIRS!" "GODOAMNED KOOKS'" 'THEY DONT HOLO A CANDLE TO OLD IKE, DO THEY RAY?" "NOT ON YOUR LIFE, JOE!" "MY OAOSERVEO UNER IKE IN THE BIG ONE, RAY!" . . "W·WII,JOE!" "THE BIG ONE!" "THAT'S RIGHT!" "EVERY TIME I SEE ONE OF THESE CREEPS I WANT TO STOP THE CAB ANO GIVE THEM A HAIRCUT EVEN IF I HAVE TO TURN OFF THE METER, RAY!" "BELIEVE YOU ME, JOE, AS TRUE AS GOO IS MY JUDGE, MAY I BE STRUCK OEAD RIGHT" HERE ON THE SPOT IF I'M NOT TELLING THE TRUTH ... " "HEAVY STUFF, RAY!" . 'THAT'S IT. JOE. THESE COPS GET TOP DOLLAR." "TOP DOLLAR. RAY!" "TOP DOLLAR!"
into the middle of next week, and I subway, a kid was trying to go north, and two had to struggle my way back to towards the courthouse, retreive the card. I was sort of cops stopped him.
embarrased by it, falling that, hut nobody about Street, it, that's for sure, down to Federal down like "I'm trying to go that way," the was saying anything
Joe Stevens and I walked back past
bus-load of uniformed cops waiting
"Well go that way or. go down in the subway," "Weill the cop said. will if you cets'tlleave me
to go home. We couldn't resist. "Hey," we shouted to them, "how's it going?" at us, and gave us the They jeered
I snaked my way back to Centre
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l~l_was·arrested\iorobscenity in San Francisco for using a . ten-letter word which is sort of chic. It starts with a ~~c~' . They said it was vernacular for a favorite homosexual practice __ whlch is weird, ca-use I don't relate that word to homosexuals. It relates to any contemporary woman I know or would know or .would love or would marry;' .
FROM LENNY BRUCE'S PRIVATE TAPE STASH: THE RECORD OF ALL THE TRUTH HE WAS BUSTED FOR
by PIP Records, a Division of Pickwick
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