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James Brown: Outasight

Interview by uncredited writer, Hullabaloo, November 1966

On stage, there are a dozen musicians and a few dancers, gyrating to a rock tempo. The conductor is tall and he smiles toward the ...

The Rolling Stones

Report and Interview by uncredited writer, Hullabaloo, November 1966

RELAXING IN my pad. . . Not much to do in the days and weeks ahead. In fact, I'm ready to go on vacation.... ...

The Lovin' Spoonful: A Taste Of The Spoonful

Report by Henry Diltz, Hullabaloo, December 1966

IT'S A BEAUTIFUL day to be flying somewhere. Just above a floating sea of white clouds the silver wing sticks out into vast baby blue ...

Herman's Hermits, Peter Noone: Herman's Hermits: After Noone In Hollywood

Interview by Danny Fields, Hullabaloo, March 1967

Can a straight cat from England find happiness in America the beautiful? Tune in to day's heart-warming installment: Alone With The Hermit, By Danny Fields. ...

The Mamas and The Papas, Velvet Underground: Mama Cass: Andy Warhol And the Big Bird — Pop Pope Casts Cass

Report by Danny Fields, Hullabaloo, May 1967

SHE HAD ALWAYS BEEN FASCINATED WITH HIM... AND HE HAD ALWAYS WANTED TO MEET HER ...HULLABALOO SAW THEM TOGETHER, SAW HER POSING, SAW HIM FILMING ...

The Lovin' Spoonful: An Interview Sort Of With Zally

Report and Interview by Ellen Sander, Hullabaloo, June 1967

HE TILTED his head back and let out a howl. Bewildered, we asked him what it was all about. "A shreik of hate" he retorted. ...

The Doors

Report by Danny Fields, Hullabaloo, October 1967

It was a different New York they returned to this time, and the underground they remembered seemed almost as remote as the subways in which ...

Electric Flag: A Between-Sets Interview With Buddy Miles Of The Electric Flag

Interview by Ellen Sander, Hullabaloo, October 1968

HULLABALOO "takes five" with one of the most exciting drummers in rock! ...

The Doors: An Interview with Jim Morrison and The Doors

Interview by Jacoba Atlas, Hullabaloo, October 1968

THE DOORS' OFFICE is in a brightly painted yellow stucco building set back off Santa Monica Boulevard. Located over an antique shop, it boasts a ...

The Band: On The Horizon: The Band

Profile and Interview by Al Aronowitz, Hullabaloo, October 1968

BIG PINK IS ONE of those middle-class ranch houses of the type that you would expect to find in development row in the heart of ...

Tim Hardin

Profile and Interview by Jacoba Atlas, Hullabaloo, October 1968

He says that if he doesn't die, he'll be rich and famous. Probably, all things being equal. In most instances, the legend looms larger than ...

The Doors: An Interview with Jim Morrison and The Doors, Pt 2

Interview by Jacoba Atlas, Hullabaloo, November 1968

Q: Are you doing anything with films at the moment? ...

The Doors: An Interview with Jim Morrison and The Doors, Pt 3: A Doors Rap

Interview by Jacoba Atlas, Hullabaloo, December 1968

Jim, Ray, Robby, and John rap about the similarities and differences between rock and jazz, commercialism, Waiting for the Sun, singles, and the Jim Morrison ...

Arthur Brown: The Crazy World of Arthur Brown

Profile and Interview by Jacoba Atlas, Hullabaloo, December 1968

ARTHUR BROWN is after your soul. As he is lowered on stage by a thin wire that tempts fate, his full-length robe whips about him ...

Steppenwolf: John Kay #1

Interview by Jacoba Atlas, Hullabaloo, January 1969

JOHN KAY, lead singer and songwriter of the fast-emerging Steppenwolf, wears dark glasses and has been called by one pop reviewer the logical alternative for ...

Jimi Hendrix #1

Interview by Jacoba Atlas, Hullabaloo, February 1969

THE JIMI Hendrix Experience just spent six weeks in Los Angeles, ensconced in a rambling home in Benedict Canyon that was once occupied by the ...

Steppenwolf: John Kay #2

Interview by Jacoba Atlas, Hullabaloo, February 1969

ATHOUGH HERMANN Hesse could never have imagined him, Steppenwolf's John Kay is fast becoming a culture hero via printed words (his own, naturally). Here, Kay, ...

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