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14 October 2016



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    The LOS ANGELES FREE PRESS, also called "The Freep", was among the most widely distributed underground newspapers of the 1960s. It is often cited as the first such newspaper. The FREE PRESS was edited and published weekly, for most of its existence, by Art Kunkin.
    The first incarnation of The Freep was published from 1964 to 1978. In 2005, a new incarnation of the FREE PRESS began publication, and continues to this day.

los angeles free press #60 1965 09 10 magazine Bob Dylan cover story
#60, 10 September 1965. 2 pages. The Paul Jay Robbins interview (Santa Monica, 27 March 1965), was published in 3 parts titled 'Bob Dylan As Bob Dylan', on 3 issues of the Los Angeles Free Press, one of the most influential USA underground magazines.
los angeles free press #62 1965 09 24 magazine Bob Dylan cover story
#61, 17 September 1965, 2 pages ('Bob Dylan As Bob Dylan' interview, 2nd part). The 3rd part of the interview was published on page 6 of # 62, 24 September 1965; Dylan was not on the cover of that issue. 
los angeles free press Vol. 03 # 21, issue 97 1966 05 07 magazine Bob Dylan cover story
27 May 1966, Vol. 03 # 21, Issue 097. First Edition
los angeles free press 13 Dec 1968 magazine Bob Dylan cover story
13-19 December 1968, John Cohen interview, 6 pages.This is a reprint of the Sing Out! interview.


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