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Dylan in Durango

Read the full article 0n page 41 in the July 1973 issue of Rock Scene magazine Kris Kristofferson, Rita Coolidge, James Coburn and Bob Dylan in the motion picture "Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid"

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All That Glitters – Gary Glitter ..Do you want to touch him? – July 1973

Read the full article on page 38 in the July 1973 issue of Rock Scene magazine Gary Glitter on TV show in England called "This Is Your Life" in 1992 Gary Glitter - The Real Gary Glitter : Documentary - This hour documentary shows Glitter as a child to current day  (2002) when this was aired on TV. He was  convicted of child molestation and went to jail.

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Runt grows up Hot Toddy – May 1973

Read the full article on page 50 in the May 1973 1973 issue of Rock Scene magazine Intersection 1972 featuring Todd Rundgren & Wolfman Jack This is an experimental film that was made while I was an undergraduate at the UCLA Film School in the early 1970s.  My Marin County partners in crime, Jessica Roth and Bruce McCauley, brought the vision of this era into reality...they lived it!  I regret Bruce died before the invention of UTUBE.  This film was…

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Rockin’ with Jethro Tull – May 1973

 Read the full article on page 81  in the May 1973  issue of Rock Scene magazine JETHRO TULL SNIPPETS FROM “A PASSION PLAY” TOUR USA. 1973 This rare footage from 1973 shows Jethro Tull performing on the east coast of the U.S. in support of their sixth studio album, A Passion Play. With this album the band began moving further into the progressive rock genre. A Passion Play reached Number 1 on the charts in the U.S. and Canada.  …

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Cherry Cola: Ray Davies in America – May 1973

Go to page 10 and read cover story interview with Ray Davies in the May 1973 issue of ROCK SCENE magazine. The Kinks perform "Waterloo Sunset" live in London in 1973. The song was written and produced by lead vocalist Ray Davies and appeared on their album Something Else by the Kinks. It is one of the bands most well-known songs and was their first single to be released in true stereo. The cover story of this issue of…

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Hey Wolfman “The music today is a downer freaks, and I’m an upper.” – May 1973

  Go to page 28 to see the full article in the May 1973 issue of Rock Scene magazine In this scene from the 1973 film, American Graffiti, the character Curt (Richard Dreyfuss) visits a radio station and receives some advice from Disc Jockey Wolfman Jack, (played by himself). The DJ pretends to be someone else, and when asked where the Wolfman is, replies, "The Wolfman is everywhere." An article on page 28 describes his involvement in the film, "Wolfman…

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