BLACKHILL BULLSHIT #1, #2, #4-7 (London: Blackhill Enterprises, November 1969 - March [?] 1971).
BLACKHILL BULLSHIT #1, #2, #4-7 (London: Blackhill Enterprises, November 1969 - March [?] 1971).
BLACKHILL BULLSHIT #1, #2, #4-7 (London: Blackhill Enterprises, November 1969 - March [?] 1971).
BLACKHILL BULLSHIT #1, #2, #4-7 (London: Blackhill Enterprises, November 1969 - March [?] 1971).
BLACKHILL BULLSHIT #1, #2, #4-7 (London: Blackhill Enterprises, November 1969 - March [?] 1971).
BLACKHILL BULLSHIT #1, #2, #4-7 (London: Blackhill Enterprises, November 1969 - March [?] 1971).
BLACKHILL BULLSHIT #1, #2, #4-7 (London: Blackhill Enterprises, November 1969 - March [?] 1971).
BLACKHILL BULLSHIT #1, #2, #4-7 (London: Blackhill Enterprises, November 1969 - March [?] 1971).
BLACKHILL BULLSHIT #1, #2, #4-7 (London: Blackhill Enterprises, November 1969 - March [?] 1971).
BLACKHILL BULLSHIT #1, #2, #4-7 (London: Blackhill Enterprises, November 1969 - March [?] 1971).
BLACKHILL BULLSHIT #1, #2, #4-7 (London: Blackhill Enterprises, November 1969 - March [?] 1971).
BLACKHILL BULLSHIT #1, #2, #4-7 (London: Blackhill Enterprises, November 1969 - March [?] 1971).
BLACKHILL BULLSHIT #1, #2, #4-7 (London: Blackhill Enterprises, November 1969 - March [?] 1971).
BLACKHILL BULLSHIT #1, #2, #4-7 (London: Blackhill Enterprises, November 1969 - March [?] 1971).
BLACKHILL BULLSHIT #1, #2, #4-7 (London: Blackhill Enterprises, November 1969 - March [?] 1971).
BLACKHILL BULLSHIT #1, #2, #4-7 (London: Blackhill Enterprises, November 1969 - March [?] 1971).
BLACKHILL BULLSHIT #1, #2, #4-7 (London: Blackhill Enterprises, November 1969 - March [?] 1971).
BLACKHILL BULLSHIT #1, #2, #4-7 (London: Blackhill Enterprises, November 1969 - March [?] 1971).
BLACKHILL BULLSHIT #1, #2, #4-7 (London: Blackhill Enterprises, November 1969 - March [?] 1971).

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BLACKHILL BULLSHIT #1, #2, #4-7 (London: Blackhill Enterprises, November 1969 - March [?] 1971).

4to. Stapled wrps., unpaginated (each 8pp.-16pp.). Illustrated. Printed on different colour papers in different colour inks. Blackhill Enterprises, founded by Pink Floyd managers Andrew King and Pete Jenner, managed several artists in the late 1960s/early 70s (among them Kevin Ayers and the Whole World, the Edgar Broughton Band, Roy Harper, Al Stewart, Dr. Strangely Strange, Martin Carthy, Bridget St. John, The Third Ear Band, Michael Chapman, and Pete Brown & His Battered Ornaments), and their magazine was distributed fee to concert promoters and agents in order to publicise them.


After the first couple of issues (edited by Hugh Nolan), Adrian Boot took charge as editor, and designed the layout and artwork (the work of Robert Crumb, Kim Deitch, Simon Deitch, Wally Wood, Skip Williamson and Fred Pipes also appeared regularly).


The first two issues feature Mick Farren's pared-down autobiography, as well as Chris Welch on Ron Geesin, Pete Jenner's report from LA, features on the Battered Ornaments, Edgar Broughton, John Martyn and others, plus news of concerts, tours, and Implosion at the Roundhouse.


Issue #4 announces Pink Floyd's July 1970 free concert in Hyde Park, and prints a full-page ad. for Phun City, with artwork by Ed Barker, and issue #5, amidst numerous, irreverent comments on the music scene, reports from various rock festivals, including Phun City ("One long boring rip off").


Issue #6 features a three-way interview with Edgar Broughton, Steve Broughton and Pete Jenner, and #7 solicits help for Bullshit's "massive legal costs…We're constantly being plagued with writs, constantly being sued for libel" (these included an obscenity case after apprentice vicars in Bristol were sent the magazine: IT #124 reported that "It is rumoured that the lovely Lyn of Blackhill didn't exercise her discretion quite enough when mailing out the mag, and the young vicars received a nasty cultural shock").


All issues Very Good or better; #4 has a biro phone number and letters to the front cover; and #7 bears the mailing label to Felix Dennis (at Ox [sic] Publications), from whose archive these issues were obtained.


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