Ann Arbor Argus


Ann Arbor Argus was a radical, counterculture biweekly underground newspaper published in Ann Arbor, Michigan, starting January 24, 1969, and lasting until mid-1971 (wikipedia)

1969 June 19 - July 3

Vol. 1 No. 8


Zappa Interview
By Argus, pp 12-13, 23

In fact, when I did that convention in the Bahamas, Master, who used to be the President of MGM Records and is now the publisher of Billboard magazine, asked me if I would be the creative director at a festival of contemporary music, this coming October. And I’m going to put this monstrosity together. So what I’m going to do is hold it in Toronto. Get the Toronto Symphony and all these serious composers from Europe and then invite rock groups from around the world to lecture to the serious composers of the industry who never really understood the stuff that they were selling and also have these group explain what it is they do.  (read more)

Source: Javier Marcote