Broadside was an influential early music magazine put together with a typewriter and mimeographed. Pete Seeger and Bob Dylan were among a small group of publisher/writer/editors of “Broadside”: The National Topical Song Magazine during the 1960’s in New York. Also See: Broadside Magazine – Publishes Bob Dylan – 1964
The exterior album sleeve looks a lot like The Beatles “White Album” cover. However, “Great White Wonder” is another type of musical animal. A rare double LP album in a plain white sleeve with no markings but a title stamped to the upper right hand album cover, is one of the most famous bootlegs of […]
In this issue of Broadside Magazine, “The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll”, by young songwriter Bob Dylan, is published – April, 1964. This issue also included “Remember Me” by Phil Ochs, “It isn’t Nice” by Malvina Reynolds and “I Can’t Help But Wonder” by Tom Paxton.