London: Allen Lane The Penguin Press, 1970. First edition. Olive colour cloth-covered boards. 245pp. A firsthand account of popular culture in Britain during the 1960s, encompassing music, art, fashion, TV, theatre, the underground press and the changing attitudes to drugs. Melly, who had previously contributed to The Observer's December 1967 colour supplement special on London's underground scene, borrowed the book's title from a line in Thom Gunn's poem, "Elvis Presley" (1957). Near Fine in price-clipped dw., with slight wear at head and tail of spine panel and extremities.