The First Issue of In Your Ear


This issue features write ups on The Grateful Dead, Fleetwood Mac and The Flock. It also has advertisements for Far Out - "Groovy clothes for Groovy People" and Tape City USA "High Quality 8 Track Unit $39.95" This copy was provided by Tony Green a local artist and musician who sat with us for an interview. Thanks Tony.

4 comments:

  1. so cool! site looks great babe!

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  2. Some friends of mine had their car stolen in front of "The FarOut" circa 1972. They had a lid in the glovebox :(

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  3. As a pre-teen, I attended quite a few concerts at the Warehouse via the purple school bus that Lil Joe drove from the French Quarter. Does anybody remember when Grand Funk Railroad appeared and the sold out concert provoked the fans outside to break thru the brick walls with sledge hammers?? We knew Bill & Don so the tickets were always free for me, after all my mom owned FAR OUT(corner of Bourbon/Orleans),which was spawned from selling Tie Dyes at the New Orleans Pop Festival and evolved into one of the premier head shop/boutiques of the era and of course a ticket sales point for some of the best concerts a 12/13 year old could ever imagine. In retrospect, 40 years later, this was a great scene at a great time, until my mom split from her old man & took me to a commune in Oregon, sadly never to return to NOLA again. Great memories, awesome concerts,some I do not remember due to some interesting "Side Trips". It was really cool before the Smoke Patrol was formed. hahaha!.................Steve

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