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Human Be-in; Cover: Psychedelically body-painted girl; announcement of the first UK Human Be-In at Alexandra Palace; Chinese Red Guards; Prostitution in London Raymond Durgnat; Barry Miles interviews Graham Nash of The Hollies. it12 April 28 May 12 1967: IT presents a 14-hour Technicolor read-in issue The last issue edited by Tom Mc Grath, celebrating 24-hour Technicolour Dream at Alexander Palace (29th April); Split fountain, full-colour cover.

This edition is in a smaller format than the usual (15 rather than 17 inches high) and printed on slightly glossy paper.

John Wilcocks Other Scenes; Jean Paul Sartre is discussed by Emile Henry mentioning everything from Dada to Artaud to Jime Dine to Peter Brook; LA Provosmoke; P. Proby talks to Norman Pilkington; The Living Theatre; Censorship; Tuli Kupferberg When the mode of the music changes the walls of the city shake; David Mairowitz discusses how Swinging London might or might not be..swinging; Homelessness The People exposed; Clayton Eshleman, Burn Baby Burn; Alexei Nikolaevich Kosygin non-interview; Psyching in the New Age by Peter Stansill; Vietnam; Alexei Kosygin; Mal Dean cartoon; Ad for "Academic Freedom Night" at the Roundhouse with Pete Brown, Ian Campbell Folk Group, George Melly, Adrian Mitchell, Lionel Ngakane and Annie Ross; Ad for Anti-Apartheid Folk Song Concert with 3 City Four, Roy and Val Bailey, Stan Kelly, Dave and Dave and Barrie Beattie; Ad for Pink Floyd and the Soft Machine at UFO; Announcement for Tjebbe van Tijen Happening in the Museum of Modern Art; -16 ppit10 Mar 13 - 26 1967: Police raid on Indica Books & IT; Frank Zappa interview (East Village Other); Pink Floyd versus Psychelphia; Jeff Nuttall letter re.

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A prison correspondent writes about Fitting Up; Phil Parsons on the People Show theatre group; John Peels Perfumed Garden column; London Free School formed; Berlin Commune; Ad for Pink Floyd, Tomorrow, Move, Denny Laine and Eric Burdon and the Animals at UFO Festival. Chicago Yippies and the Democratic convention; Stockholm, phallic magicians open fire at moon event; a guide to macrobiotic food; Rome Full-page advert for the First European International Pop Festival with performers scheduled to include Crazy World of Arthur Brown, Zoot Money's Dantalion's Chariot, Brian Auger and Julie Driscoll, Dragonfly, The End, Pebbles, No To Go, Robati, Samurai, Ten Years After, Traffic, Soft Machine Family, Nice, Soft Machine, Pink Floyd, Traffic, Fairport Convention, Ten Years After and many others including the unconfirmed Big Brother and the Holding Company, Country Joe and the Fish, Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane etc.; Yoga, Sex and the Magic Mushroom; The Hyde Park Diggers; Perfumed Garden column by John Peel.

Ad for Social Deviants, Louise, Chicago N/W System, Pollen People, Mable Greers Toyshop, San Gopal at Happening 44; Graham Bond Organization, Social Deviants, Shiva's Children at Middle Earth. Centres and Lines of the Latent Power in Britain by John Michell; Aleister Crowley the proto-hippie; Alex Trocchi; Continuous Drawing from London to Amsterdam; LSD gene damage & acid report; Alex Trocchi; Jefferson Airplane, Surrealistic Pillow ad, and Yoko Ono at Lisson Gallery ad; ad for Jimi Hendrix / Arthur Brown at the Saville Theatre, ad for Nexus Film Festival at Royal Festival Hall; John Peels Perfumed Garden; Song For International Times Kevin Ayers; IT means quotes; Author Leslie Fielder busted by the police; Ad for the Jimi Hendrix Experience, John's Children, Crying Shame and the Crazy World of Arthur Brown at the Saville; Ad for the Art's Lab; Ad for Denny Laine and the Knack, Soft Machine, Fairport Convention, Vanilla Fudge at UFO; Hieronymus Bosch; Reader responses on articles on Aleister Crowley in IT 17 and It 18; Continuous painting from Amsterdam to London; Nothing Hill Festival; Ad for Social Deviants, Sensory Amarda, Doctor K's Blues Band, South East Blues Band, Louise and Tintern Abbey at Happening 44; 20 pp. A Diet for Friends (part 1) Body as implement; Centre-spread on Tantric Sex is reprinted from the November 1967 edition of the Oracle of Southern California; advert for the first issue of The Running Man magazine; Ad for Albion Awakening at Middle Earth with Fairport Convention, Action, Pete Brown Poetry Band, Third Ear Band, Dreamboat, Jeff Dexter, Dave Tomlin, Occurrences; Ad for The Crazy World of Arthur Brown, John Mayall, Tim Buckley, Alexis Korner, People Show, Arlo Guthrie, Soft Machine and Release benefit ball with Action, Attack, Blossom Toes, Doc K's Blues Band, Fairport Convention, Family Fusion, Pete Brown's Poetry Band, Piccadilly Line, Pretty Thingsit29 April 19 May 2 1968: Cover by Francis Vasseur.

Led to complaints from his estate in IT 3.; The Living Theatres Frankenstein script; William Burroughs film script Towers Open Fire; Robert Fraser Gallery; Open letter from Peter Brook (of the RSC) to Charles Mairowitz, followed by his reply; Morton Feldman; Man of Grass - George Andrews, see IT 3 for comment on this drug piece; Interpot Report No 3; Underground Film Festival Supplement - run-down of underground movies of the time including Emile de Antonio, Ray Durgnat, Andrew Meyer and Dutch Provo films and London Film Makers Co-Op; Andrew Meyer - US filmmaker; Kim Fowley Portrait of a Freak; Censorship and/or Pornography; cartoon strip by Jeff Nuttall (Sodall), Berlins Living Theatre; Stockholm's Fylkingenit3 Nov 14 - 27 1966: William Burroughs first appearance of The Invisible Generation 1) - continued in IT 5.5 and IT6; Ray Durgnat -Rubber with Violence ; interview with Morton Feldman; American War Crimes in Vietnam by Bertrand Russell; ad for Yoko Ono exhibit at the Jeanette Cochrane Theatre; ad for Merce Cunningham and John Cage at the Saville Theatre; US composer Morton Feldman interview, and Pink Floyd; Pat Jones, Poets in Public Vs The Arts Council; Seedy Bee cartoon strip by Criton Tomazos (Jeff Nuttall ); Julio Le Parc. An offset reprint from International Times #3, produced and distributed by International Times after Trocchi's request for a contribution from Burroughs to his Sigma Portfolio was not forthcoming.it4 Nov 28th Dec 11 1966: Mastheads by Marijke Koger (of The Fool) despite the constraints of letterpress, IT is turning psychedelic.....; Dick Gregory interview; John Taylor, The Fletcher Case. Miles' Paul Mc Cartney interview, transcribed from a taped conversation in which they discuss fame, spirituality, drugs, and electronic music (considered to be the first rock interview in IT, though preceded by the self-publicising Kim Fowley interview, "Portrait of a Freak" in issue no.2); ads for Granny Takes A Trip, Hung On You, and UFO club.it7 Jan 30 - Feb 12 1967: Arrest the Home Secretary the Fletcher Case; Outer / Inner space issue; 'Hendrix is Here to Stay' and 19 according to his press handout; Allen Ginsberg: Public Solitude an address on LSD delivered at Boston, 1966 (two pages); UFO underground event; and UFO's - ''Flying saucers as a portent of the revelations which will attend the opening of the Aquarian age by John Michell; South Africa; Moscow; Provo White women plan; Vietnam; Chet Helms (Avalon Ballroom) in London; Mushroom (Danish Music scene); Hare Krishna; Censorship; Ad for Timothy Learys Psychedelic Prayers; Interpot;; John Wilcocks- Other Scenes; Munich Newsletter, A Liverpool story by Brian Patten; Traverse Theatre Company; Censorship/erotica by Alex Gross, Paul Francis; Interpot drug report by Bradley Martin; Physiodelics by Jeff Nuttall featuring Seedy Bee; A War Story by Bill Butler; A Scottish Soldier by Tom & Maureen Mc Grath; Halliwell Done by Michael Kustow about The Experiment; Ads for Indica books and the Poet Speak Festival 2 with Stevie Smith, Mike Horovitz, Adrian Mitchell, Brian Patten, Alan Sillitoe.

Alexander Trocchi and Sigma; anti-Vietnam demos; happenings in Amsterdam; Alternative Moscow, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, India, Rome, New York; Paul Butterfield Blues Band; Beatniks of Berlin; Kenneth Coutts-Smith, Takis: Safari into the invisible: Takis at the Indica; reviews of Albert Ayler, Fahrenheit 451, guide to Soho strip clubs; cartoon strip: Jeff Nuttall (Jeff Farkall); ad for Pink Floyd at the Round House. Editor: Tom Mc Grath; Asst Ed: David Mairowitz; News Editor: Maureen Mc Grath; Art Editor: Mike Mcernnery; Operations: Peter Stansill Co-workers: Christine Uren; Nigel Samuel; Janet Morris; Chris Rowley; Geordie Redpath; Emergencies: Ian Iachimoe Editorial Board: Tom Mc Grath; James Jesper; Michael Henshaw; John Hopkins; Milesit8 Feb 13 - 26 1967: Editors letters: Tom Mc Grath and David Mairowitz address their respective approaches...

; Marion Brown The New Music - Albert Ayler and Marion Brown write; The Congo scene; Alex Gross on Berlin Theatre; Geoffrey Shaw on his work with pneumatics.it10.5 Easter 1967: Emergency Broadside issue; red on mustard coloured paper, with psychedelic artwork by Mike Mc Innerney.

Double sided single A3 issued partly to make money to cover the legal cost of Its first police raid and also to give update on countering the police action; with Paul Mc Cartney (who donated 500 to the relief fund); R.

Ad: Bristol Arts Centre A call from papers being printed Thurs morningarrange transport Phone Bill, what weight is it mate? Transit arrangedit will mean overloading but what the hell My fault if it goes wrong.. Pink Floyd free in Hyde Park in the Afternoon and The Nice in concert in the Evening.

(Blackhill Enterprises.-Half Page Week-end Ticket-2.00) Pyramid Perspectives; Copenhagen news - 20 pp At Hornsey a microcosm of society changed totally, the people who took over had to challenge the inner organisation, to change its relationships with the outside world, and to change themselves.

-12pp it5 Dec 12 25th 1966: Message to the Queen; Interview with Claus Oldenburg: London: male city; Little Richard performance, Pink Floyd and Move reviews; Jim Dine: Indecent but not obscene...; Tom Mc Grath writes about being arrested for trying to steal the Crown Jewels; John Wilcocks Others Seens [sic]. Pete Townsend interview - two pages; Jeff Nuttall comic strip; report on race in Cuba; Alan Ginsberg feature 'Reflections on the Mantra'; Gary Snyder feature 'Buddhism and the Coming Revolution'; The Diggers Mystique; Censorship; where the new 'underground' is going and what its priorities should be......; John Wilcocks report on a San Francisco Love-In.; Tom Mc Grath on Junk and drug-related matters; Tom Mc Grath writes about Racism in Cuba; Raymond Durgnat, rave or stiff upper lip; Alex Gross on Sex Supermarket in Germany; C. Traill-Hill on of human bondage about corruption; A newly developing eastern- inspired counter-culture art emerging.

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