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Flip Magazine was one of the best magazines of its era and definitely jumped on the British Invasion bandwagon quickly. Consequently it featured lots of stories and photos of all the great artists of the time.
This is the February, 1969 issue.
So what's inside?
Articles and features on:
Flip's Underground Newspaper - in a case of classic late 60's schizophrenia, Flip attempts to juggle the incoming TV Stars and teen idols with the emerging heavy music scene. Quite cleverly, they have incorporated this feature, with articles on Deep Purple (GREAT interview article), Jefferson Airplane, Arthur Brown, The Nice and Blue Cheer
The Beatles - Part one of a great, exclusive interview with author Hunter Davies who had written the very 1st Beatles biography, "If You Think You Know The Beatles, Read This!". Fans will want this.
Full page color pinup of Michael Cole of The Mod Squad
The Monkees - features including full page color pinup of Davy and Peter
Leonard Nimoy of Star Trek- full page color pinup, plus more Star Trek features
Maurice Gibb of The Bee Gees - feature article
The Mod Squad with Peggy Lipton article by Aaron Spelling
Keith Allison - "Why I Became a Raider"
Terry Kirkman of the Association
Sajid Khan and the beautiful Angela Cartwright - on the cover plus more photos inside
Full page color pinup of Mark Lindsay plus more Raiders features
All the latest news and gossip from the UK and Hollywood.
Don't miss Keith Altham's British Beat column with items and photos on Joe Cocker, Mary Hopkin, Mick Jagger and others
and much, much more !
CONDITION: This magazine is in Very Good Plus condition. It is complete and intact with no cutouts or missing pages. There is some typical light wear as one might expect of an item of this vintage including a filled-in crossword, plus light cover, corner and edge wear as can be seen in the photos ( PLEASE see photos ). Nothing to detract from its readability or your enjoyment.