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Monday, 24 February 2014

Derek Taylor: More Degs and Jack.

From the pages of Cheetah magazine, January 1968. Degs is held in high regard round these parts, and it's always great to see some "new" Fabs-related verbiage from him; so, a couple of pages and a long lost night from the first US tour, scanned by Richard Morton Jack of most excellent Flashback/Galactic Ramble fame, and all thanks to him for so doing. D & z, friends, d & z.

4 comments:

  1. I'd love to read this but I don't know how to download it! Help me, someone! I have a Mac.

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  2. control + click, view document. Then you can zoom.

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  3. Jan 68- still in Cynthia land. Quite a daring feature.

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  4. Thanks Ashley, I'll try that!

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