"Fugs Fuzzbomb Fizzles", a report from Walter Bowart on a rainy day Fugs concert in Tompkins Park and the police harassment it attracted, followed by double-page centrespread cartoon satirising the "Fug-filled battle with the forces of suppression", in THE EAST VILLAGE OTHER #19 (NY: 1st September, 1966). The FUGS.
"Fugs Fuzzbomb Fizzles", a report from Walter Bowart on a rainy day Fugs concert in Tompkins Park and the police harassment it attracted, followed by double-page centrespread cartoon satirising the "Fug-filled battle with the forces of suppression", in THE EAST VILLAGE OTHER #19 (NY: 1st September, 1966).
"Fugs Fuzzbomb Fizzles", a report from Walter Bowart on a rainy day Fugs concert in Tompkins Park and the police harassment it attracted, followed by double-page centrespread cartoon satirising the "Fug-filled battle with the forces of suppression", in THE EAST VILLAGE OTHER #19 (NY: 1st September, 1966).
"Fugs Fuzzbomb Fizzles", a report from Walter Bowart on a rainy day Fugs concert in Tompkins Park and the police harassment it attracted, followed by double-page centrespread cartoon satirising the "Fug-filled battle with the forces of suppression", in THE EAST VILLAGE OTHER #19 (NY: 1st September, 1966).
"Fugs Fuzzbomb Fizzles", a report from Walter Bowart on a rainy day Fugs concert in Tompkins Park and the police harassment it attracted, followed by double-page centrespread cartoon satirising the "Fug-filled battle with the forces of suppression", in THE EAST VILLAGE OTHER #19 (NY: 1st September, 1966).
"Fugs Fuzzbomb Fizzles", a report from Walter Bowart on a rainy day Fugs concert in Tompkins Park and the police harassment it attracted, followed by double-page centrespread cartoon satirising the "Fug-filled battle with the forces of suppression", in THE EAST VILLAGE OTHER #19 (NY: 1st September, 1966).

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"Fugs Fuzzbomb Fizzles", a report from Walter Bowart on a rainy day Fugs concert in Tompkins Park and the police harassment it attracted, followed by double-page centrespread cartoon satirising the "Fug-filled battle with the forces of suppression", in THE EAST VILLAGE OTHER #19 (NY: 1st September, 1966).

Tabloid newspaper format. Also: "Interview With a Realist" (Paul Krassner); the vogue for psychedelic buttons; back cover by Richard Aldcroft (USCO). Newsprint slightly tanned, o/w Very Good plus.

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