Lot 225 of 725:
First 2 books written about the SF psychedelic music scene  

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Estimate:
$100 - $150

Title:
The first two books about the San Francisco psychedelic music scene

Author:

Place:
Various places

Publisher:

Date:
1969

Description:

Includes:

  • Doukas, James N. Electric Tibet: The Rise and Fall of the San Francisco Rock Scene. 191 pp. (8vo) wrappers. First Printing [Dominion Publishing], April 1969. A chronicle of the San Francisco Rock scene.
  • Gleason, Ralph J. The Jefferson Airplane and the San Francisco Sound. Wrappers. First Printing. Ballantine Books, [1969].

The first two books written about the San Francisco psychedelic music scene. Ralph J. Gleason was the long time SF Chronicle music editor.


Lot Amendments

Condition:
Lightly rubbed wrapper extremities; near fine.


 
Item number:
248585
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