The Fugs – 1965 Cross Country Vietnam Protest Caravan Handbill +

A very rare 2 page release announcing the "Fugs Cross Country Vietnam Protest Caravan" of October, 1965." The Ed Sanders written text describes how the Fugs were going to visit James Dean's Grave, The Kinsey Institute, William Burrough's birthplace, and more, all the while playing gigs and protesting the war. There is also a one page Fugs Bio included; everything was printed by Ed Saunders legendary FUCK YOU PRESS, and is in excellent condition.(br)These came from the collection of Ralph J. Gleason, the late and legendary music editor of the San Francisco Chronicle, co-founder or Rolling Stone Magazine and arguably the most important music critic ever. Gleason was a very early supporter of the Fugs and a corrispondent of Ed Sanders.

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