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Rolling Stone May 24, 1973 -- Issue 135

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Dimensions: 10.875 x 8.375 x 0.125 inches
Publication Date: Thursday, May 24, 1973
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Death in the wilderness by Joe Eszterhas (cover) illustration

In this Issue:

  • Neil Young: His first effort as a moviemaker, Jouney Through the Past, premieres at the US Film Festival, dallas. "Basically," he said, "the film is about me" by Janelle Ellis

  • POW's Festival: You could count on one hand the number of POW's at the " Young People's Welcome Home POW's Rock Festival"; deputies "put the quietus" on the partyby towing away cars

  • John Prine: The Chicago city boy plays a West Virginia coal miners' benefit; they liked the one about the town called paradise by Wayne Slater

  • Slade: They're a big hit in Great Britain, but after tree shows in the US, the jury was still out...and it may never return by Stuart Werbin

  • Toni & Terry: The organic duo from Joy of Cooking searches fror new approaches, Toni By writing, Terry with a new band by Steve Moore

  • Humboldt County: A suspect is fatally shot in the back, and a narcotics agent becomes the first in BNDD history to be charged with homicide by Joe Eszterhas

  • Sonny & Cher: The frontstage & backstage ups & downs of Mr. and Mrs. Bono; a semi-exhilerating tale, but maybe you suspected that ...... by Chris Hodenfield

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