Oz Magazine, Number 26, February 1970

£70.00

At the start of the 1970s Oz Magazine focussed on women’s liberation, wrangles with the police, world hunger, sex, drugs and American politics.

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Oz Magazine, Number 26, February 1970

At the start of the 1970s Oz Magazine was full of strange articles about women’s liberation, wrangles with the police, world hunger, sex, drugs and American politics.

Music reviews in this issue covered Tim Buckley, Taj Mahal, Miles Davis and Renaissance. John Lennon and Yoko Ono‘s single ‘Instant Karma’ is advertised along with bands and artists now established at the start of this decade.

It is fascinating to see how sexual freedom is portrayed in the small ads pages. Compared to what is available on the internet now it is interesting to see ads for ‘unretouched nudist books’. How things have changed.

The pages are full of 1970’s graphics, some adapted from Robert Crumb.

This copy is in good condition. The cover is very slightly scuffed. The inside pages are clean and bright.

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