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Hit Parader. January, 1975

Hit Parader. January, 1975

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Hit Parader. January, 1975

by Robinson, Lisa et al

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Derby, CT: Charlton Publications, 1975. Wraps. Good. Color illustrated wraps. 66 pp. Color and black and white photos throughout. Single issue of this magazine devoted to rock music. With interviews or articles on Brian Eno, Jimmy Page, Smokey Robinson, the Eagles, etc. Centerfold poster of Elton John present. GOOD condition. Covers faded. Minor soiling. Some wrinkling and creasing, with a few small tears along the fore edge. Paper toned in the interior.

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Bookseller
Mare Booksellers US (US)
Bookseller's Inventory #
015085
Title
Hit Parader. January, 1975
Author
Robinson, Lisa et al
Format/Binding
Wraps
Book Condition
Used - Good
Quantity Available
1
Publisher
Charlton Publications
Place of Publication
Derby, CT
Date Published
1975
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Music;

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Dover, New Hampshire

About Mare Booksellers

Mare Booksellers specializes in punk fanzines, with interests in underground newspapers and art. Who are we kidding? We really like anything with printed or handwritten letters, whether paper, books, etc. (Okay, letters and words aren't really that important either).

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