Guitar Army, street writings / prison writings by John Sinclair, signed copy

£65.00

Signed copy of GUITAR ARMY contains the saga of the former “rock and roll guerrillas”, the MC5, who were managed by Sinclair until his imprisonment in 1969 for possession of two joints of marijuana.

A series of documents and underground newspaper columns from the era of the White Panther Party and its successor, the Rainbow People’s Party; heretical analyses and postulations regarding the emergence and development of what Sinclair calls “the rainbow culture”; over 100 photographs, posters, cartoons and other graphic documents of the rainbow rock and roll revolution all in a setting designed and executed by Rainbow People’s Party artist Gary Grimshaw.

Sinclair is called “the father of the midwest rock and roll scene”.

Douglas Book Corporation, 1972.

 

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Signed copy of GUITAR ARMY contains the saga of the former “rock and roll guerrillas”, the MC5, who were managed by Sinclair until his imprisonment in 1969 for possession of two joints of marijuana.

A series of documents and underground newspaper columns from the era of the White Panther Party and its successor, the Rainbow People’s Party; heretical analyses and postulations regarding the emergence and development of what Sinclair calls “the rainbow culture”; over 100 photographs, posters, cartoons and other graphic documents of the rainbow rock and roll revolution all in a setting designed and executed by Rainbow People’s Party artist Gary Grimshaw.

Sinclair is called “the father of the midwest rock and roll scene”.

Douglas Book Corporation, 1972.