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Ed Sanders

Ed Sanders

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Ed Sanders (1996)

Interview by Barney Hoskyns, Rock's Backpages Audio, 30 August 1996

Ed Sanders – Fug, poet, agitator and all round rebel-about-town talks about his life from the early '60s Lower East Side Bohemia to the late '60s LA of Charlie Manson

File format: mp3; file size: 50.7meg, interview length: 52' 48" sound quality: ****


Ed Sanders: We Reach The Moon

Interview by Nick Tosches, Fusion, 17 October 1969

This interview between Ed Sanders and Nick Tosches took place on Labor Day evening, 1969 at Ed Sanders' Lower East Side apartment in New York ...

Charles Manson: Stalking Manson – The Sanders Saga

Essay by Nick Tosches, Fusion, 24 December 1971

Ed Sanders spent the summer of the Tate-LaBianca murders yodeling the ditties that were to come to comprise Sanders Truckstop into an overhead mike at ...

Ed Sanders: Beer Cans on the Moon

Review by Lenny Kaye, Rolling Stone, 26 October 1972

It could be that I’ve been spending too much time lost within the darkened pages of The Family lately, but more than anything else, this ...

Ed Sanders and the Fugs

Profile and Interview by Barney Hoskyns, MOJO, December 1996

Lester Bangs called The Fugs "the first truly underground band in America". 30 years later, their leader is waging war against Newt Gingrich... ...

Ed Sanders: The American Bard Takes On Katrina

Essay by Michael Simmons, Huffington Post, 1 April 2008

THERE IS A GIANT in our midst and his name is Edward Sanders. Ed was born in 1939 in Kansas City, Missouri. He moved to ...

see also Fugs, The


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