(SOLD): VESGA, Ricardo. Paradiso Fox.

(Amsterdam): Paradiso, 1970.  First edition. Folio. Fantastic counterculture magazine publish under the auspices of the legendary Paradiso nightclub.  The Paradiso opened in 1968 it soon became synonymous with the hippie counterculture and the rock music of that era. It was one of the first locations in which the use and sale of soft drugs was tolerated. From the mid-1970s, Paradiso became increasingly associated with punk and new wave music, although it continued to program a wide variety of artists. Starting in the late 1980s, raves and themed dance parties became frequent. Glen Matlock played his last gig with the Sex Pistols there, and Keith Richards said that the Paradiso concerts were the best live shows the Stones ever did. And, as counterculture magazines go this has to been one of the best, a sophisticated ‘OZ’.  Includes psychedelic centre fold poster.  A very good copy, creased where folded.


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