OZ Magazine, 47, April 1973


Oz magazines give a fascinating insight into British culture in the 1970s.

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OZ Magazine, Number 47, April 1973

This Oz Magazine is full of its usual political comment as well as music reviews. Yoko Ono features in the issue with the release of her album ‘Approximately Infinite Universe’. There is an unkind illustration of her holding John Lennon on a leash with him as a cockroach. It’s interesting to see how the view of Yoko Ono and John Lennon’s relationship has changed. In the recent movie ‘Above Us Only Sky’ we see how good their relationship was and how she influenced him creatively. Her role in the writing of the album ‘Imagine’ is acknowledged.

Other articles include the photographer Charles Harbutt and a review of Joe Cocker‘s album ‘Something to Say’.

The OZ Magazine Mail Order pages are fascinating. Oz had established itself by 1973 and there are lots of ads that show the culture of the 1970s in detail.

The outside cover of this magazine is scuffed. The inside pages are clean.

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