Sterling Morrison [1969, Doug Yule photo]
The killer in color. And stripes.
Tuesday, September 5, 1961: A rare shot of the Today crew as seen from the perspective of the anchor desk. In a related story, I want a “Today’s Tigers” jacket.
- Eponymously titled
- Seminal influence
- Vinyl debut
- Rock scribe
- Scorching axe work (UK)
- Blistering fretwork (US)
- Wailing sax
- Throbbing bass
- Driving rhythms
- 10. Legendary blues giant
Taken from Spin, August 1985
1985 was the dark ages of rock journalism clichés. Most of these are so inoffensive they are quaint.
A survey of the last three years of would be way more hilarious.
I am looking at you Pitchfork!
Rebels of the Red Planet by Charles L. Fontenay, 1961. Ace Double F-113. Cover art by Ed Emshwiller.
Flipside is 200 Years to Christmas.
Q: "Was he man, mutant, or Martian?"
A: I don’t know, but whatever he is, it’s about to get sexy up in here.