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OZ 37

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Content: Angry OZ / A World of Young Love. (Issue inverts itself half way through, both covers are ‘front’ covers) Ad for Traffic. R.D. Laing ad. Ink ad. Angry Brigade Communique 6. ‘Grass?’ by Andrew Cockburn + full page ‘I crossed my fingers and took my first puff of marijuana’ graphic + 2p ‘They Said I was Out to Lunch’ cartoon. Ike & Tina Turner ad. William Morris The Wood Beyond the World ad. BAMN: Outlaw Manifestos and Ephemera 1965-70 ad. LP reviews: The Who Who’s Next, The Mothers Fillmore East June 1971, Jack Bruce Harmony Row. Ad for Tony Palmer’s The Trials of OZ. ‘Tyger’ by David Widgery + Blake illustration. ‘The Cannock Chase Murders’ poem by Judge Argyle QC + MacKinnon graphic. Film ad for Taking Off. OZ mail order. Full page Elastic OZ Band ‘God Save Us’ ad in front-page tabloid form. ‘Another OZ scoop – We Meet Ronald Biggs’. Ad for Yoko Ono’s Grapefruit. ‘Under Whose Thumb’ Mary Strong/Andy Levine on the Rolling Stones, macho, egoism & cocaine + Jagger/Nazi torture montage. ‘Good Little Bad Girl’ – Harry liked his wife in lingerie but everyone else did too! Sandy Denny ad. Full page graphic + thanks to the one juror who thought OZ 28 not obscene and the Judge who granted the editors bail. ‘What UCS?’ – Stanislav Demidjuk on the Upper Clyde Shipbuilders. ‘Not So Much Oppression More a Way of Life’ – Roger Hutchinson on the north and STYNG. 2p text and graphic sequence on ‘pig law’. ‘How to Deprave & Corrupt’ – Warren on the OZ trial & sexual freedom + pics of couple. Full page ‘big ladies’ ad for Who’s Next. Letter from Fulham Women’s Liberation Workshop. Transatlantic Records ad – “We don’t think Mr. Justice Argyle would like our new releases either”. ‘Internment’ – Northern Ireland by Brian Trench. ‘Rage of Innocence’ – James McCann, Crumlin Road jail escapee. Polydor/Atlantic records ad. ‘One Big Frame Up’ – Angry Brigade: The prison letters of Jake Prescott and Ian Purdie. Full Page Mothers Fillmore East ad. ‘Go Home Ozzies’ – Garth on deportation.

Publisher

OZ Publications Ink Limited, London, 48p

Comments

Please be advised: This collection has been made available due to its historical and research importance. It contains explicit language and images that reflect attitudes of the era in which the material was originally published, and that some viewers may find confronting.

Rights

Reproduced by permission of Richard Neville. This material is made available for the purposes of research and study. Commercial use is prohibited.

OZ 37

Publication Date

September 1971

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