Rolling Stones and a Rocky Night in Paris
Geoffrey Cannon, Los Angeles Times, 15 November 1970
PARIS — "Funny," said Philippe Paringaux (chief writer for Rock 'n' Folk), "how English freaks refer to pop festivals in Britain as psychedelic concentration camps." He had it wrong. The man who got on stage at Afton and made that accusation was Jean-Jacques Lebel, the French Situationist (Situationist roughly equals Yippie). Phillipe and I were standing outside Paris' Palais des Sports to see the Rolling Stones.
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