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Editor: Richard Neville. Deputy Editor: Paul Lawson. Business Manager: Peter Ledeboer. Design: Jon Goodchild. Photography: Robert Whitaker. Art: Martin Sharp. Staff: Andrew Fisher, Ian Stocks Newman, David Reynolds, Louise.
Contents: Angello Quattrochi - ‘Wog Beach Shock’ + graphics. ‘What’s So Good About Dylan?’: An Attempt at Analysis by Michael Gray 6p+ with graphics and transcription of ‘Song to Woody’. Nov 1st National Drop-Out Day ad. Other Scenes by John Wilcock. ‘Cock Up Spaniels’ by David Widgery. ‘Michael X and the Flower Children’ interview + photos by Horace Ove + notes from Malik’s pre-trial. 2p ‘Nothing But Flower Children’ photostrip. ‘In Bed With the Americans’ by Polly Peachum. Film ad for How I Won the War. Ad for Penthouse and its “5,000-word celebration of hippiedom” (this issue’s editorial notes a “reciprocal advertising arrangement with Penthouse” and condemns the fact that the OZ ad was censored because “Penthouse has exclusive rights to British obscenity”). IT subscription. Ad for The Mothers’ Freakout. ‘Blueprint for a Beautiful Community’ by John Wilcock. The Science of Being and Art of Living by His Holiness Maharishi Mahesh Yogi reviewed. 2p ‘Delusions’ cartoon by Hama. Back cover: ‘Had a Good Holiday?’ - Andrew Fisher’s indictment of sunbathing + Medusa graphic.
OZ Publications Ink Limited, London, 28p
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Neville, Richard, (1967), OZ 7, OZ Publications Ink Limited, London, 28p.