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    Saturday 29 July 1967
    USA (CA)
    SAN FRANCISCO EXAMINER (page1B) KYA’S Top 30
    The Beatles Take Lead
    The Beatles are the new leaders of the weekly
    KYA Radio survey of Bay Area pop record sales.
    Here are the new standings with last week's in parentheses:
    01 (14) All You Need Is Love/ The Beatles
    Baby, You're a Rich Man
    02(02) Can’t Take My Eyes Off You Frankie Valli
    03 (01) Purple HazeJimi Hendrix Experience
    04 (02) White Rabbit Jefferson Airplane
    05(04) I Was Made to Love Her Stevie Wonder
    06 (05) Light My Fire Doors
    07(18) Pleasant Valley Sunday/Words Monkees
    08(08) Tramp Otis & Carla
    09(09)Mercy, Mercy, Mercy Buckinghams
    10(10) More Love Smokey & The Miracles
    11 (23) San Francisco Nights Animals
    12 (06) Windy Association
    13(07) Little Bit O’Soul Music Explosion
    14 (17) BluebirdBuffalo Springfield
    15(19) Livin' SoundIan & Sylvia
    16(18) A Girl Like YouYoung Rascals
    17(—) Ode to Billy Joe Bobbie Gentry
    18(11) Happy Sunshine Company
    19(24) Cold SweatJames Brown
    20(27) Silence Is Golden Tremeloes
    21(25) Gentle on My Mind Glen Campbell
    22(—) Come Back When You Grow Up Bobby Vee
    23(—) Soul FingerThe Bar-Kays
    24 (26) Blindman/All Is Loneliness Big Brother & Holding Company
    25(28) Ha, Ha Said The Clown Yardbirds
    26(29) Baby, I Love YouAretha Franklin
    27(—) Fakin' ItSimon & Garfunkle
    28(—) Thank the Lord For the Nighttime Neil Diamond
    29(—) Heroes & Villaus Beach Boys
    30(—) Mountain Donovan

    Saturday 29 July 1967
    USA (PA)
    SCRANTON TRIBUNE (page ) [full page B&W photo (2 teen mods & cool 20’s couple) ad]
    With-it crowd dispell your sorrow, CURRENT SCENE arrives tomorrow.
    the London Current
    The London Current, written by Don Short, record editor of The London Daily Mirror reports on the
    London scene and activities of English groups such as
    the Beatles and the Rolling Stones as well
    as visiting groups from outside the country. Tomorrow's column describes an interview with two of
    the
    Rolling Stones whose recent troubles with English Law have made headlines around the world.

    Who's Happening
    Who's Happening is about new artists as they break into the national scene . . .
    written weekly to scoop the fan magazines. Sunday's column talks about
    a new trio called the Jimi Hendrix Experience whose fame is spreading around the world.
    Like . .. Sees It
    Like . .. Sees It is written by a different guest artist or group each week and
    gives their personal feelings about things that are happening today. Tomorrow's column is written
    by Terry Kirkman of The Association. Terry describes the use and mis-use of some of the words which
    have come into our language via the youth group.

    The Current Scene will really “turn you on” every Sunday in Super Section V of the Scrantonian

    Sunday 30 July 1967
    USA (San Raphael, CA)
    INDEPENDENT JOURNAL (page 10) [B&W ad for ‘Longs Drugs’, inc. photo LP covers, AYE has black
    background]
    Jimi Hendrix Exp. Reprise Records. [also Doors, Surrealistic Pillow, rest are MOR]
    Frank Zappa: "Rock journalism is people who can't write interviewing people who can't talk for people who can't read."

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    Re: 1967 July Newspaper & Magazine Articles (Text Only)

    Sunday 30 July 1967
    USA (CA)
    LOS ANGELES TIMES (page?)Ben Shapiro presents
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    [Cartoon - text and images of The Mamas and The Papas]
    The Mamas and The Papas
    Jimi Hendrix Experience
    Scott McKenzie
    + More to come
    Hollywood Bowl
    Friday, August 18, 8:30 p.m.
    Presented by: The Hollywood Bowl
    And Sight And Sound Productions
    In association with KHJ Radio
    $6.00, 5.50, 5.00, 4.50, 3.50, 2.50, 1.50 at Hollywood Bowl, all offices Auto Club, Wallichs
    Music City Stores, all Mutual Agencies, all House of Sight & Sound Stores • HO 9-3151.

    Sunday 30 July 1967
    USA (Santa Rosa, CA)
    PRESS DEMOCRAT (page?) Teens Today[psyche text]
    KPLS TOP 35
    Starting this week The Press Democrat will be printing
    the KPLS Top 35 on a once-a-month basis. The Top 10
    will be continued on the first three Sundays of the month.
    1—WHITER SHADE OF PALE—Procol Harum
    2—STEP OUT OF YOUR MIND - American Breed.
    3—WHITE RABBIT—Jefferson Airplane
    4—I WAS MADE TO LOVE HER—Stevie Wonder
    5—OUT AND ABOUT—Tommy Boyce & Bobby Hart
    6—PICTURES OF LILLY—The Who
    7—SILENCE IS GOLDEN—Tremeloes
    8—LOVE IS—Bobby Goldsboro
    9—GIRL LIKE YOU—Young Rascals
    10—TO LOVE SOMEBODY—Bee Gees
    11—BLUEBIRD—Buffalo Springfield
    12—8:05—Moby Grape
    13—ALL YOU NEED IS LOVE—Beatles
    14—THANK THE LORD FOR THE NIGHT TIME Neil Diamond
    15—WINDY—Association
    16—OMAHA—Moby Grape
    17—GOOD FEELING TIME—Yellow Balloon
    18—THE BOAT THAT I ROW—Lulu
    19—DO IT AGAIN, A LITTLE BIT SLOWER — Jon & Robin
    20—SHE MAY CALL YOU UP TONIGHT—Left Banke
    21— PLEASANT VALLEY SUNDAY-WORDS — Monkees
    22—LIGHT MY FIRE-Doors
    23—FLYING ON THE GROUND—Cascades
    24—PURPLE HAZE—Jimi Hendrix Experience
    25—SUNNY GOODGESTREET—Tom Northcott
    26—DON’T LET THE RAIN FALL DOWN ON ME —Critters-.-
    27—IT’S THE LITTLE THINGS—Sonny & Cher
    28—GET THE MESSAGE—Brian Hyland
    29—BABY I LOVE YOU-Aretha Franklin
    30—TRULY RIGHT—Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
    31—ODE TO BILLY JOE-Bobbie Gentry
    32—COME BACK WHEN YOU GROW UP—Bobby Vee
    33—GET TOGETHER—Youngbloods
    34—SAN FRANCISCAN NIGHTS—Eric Burdon
    35—MY MAMMY—Happenings
    ----------------------------------
    ‘Put Frizzle In That Hair!’
    [Joan Deppa’s widely syndicated AP piece about Jimi’s hairstyle being the thing in London]
    Frank Zappa: "Rock journalism is people who can't write interviewing people who can't talk for people who can't read."

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    Re: 1967 July Newspaper & Magazine Articles (Text Only)

    Sunday 30 July 1967
    USA (PA)
    THE SCRANTONIAN (page 7A) Jimi Hendrix Experience Rocks Stage’
    It’s a long trip from Seattle to New York, even for a talented performer. It’s an even longer trip when
    you have to go by way of London and points East.
    Jimi Hendrix, born in Seattle 21 years ago, made
    the trip to England at the behest of former
    Animal Chas Chandler, who matched singer-guitarist
    Jimi with a drummer Mitch Mitchell and bass player Noel Redding, a pair of local boys, to form the
    trio that is rapidly getting known around the world as
    the Jimi Hendrix Experience
    The Experience on stage is a mass of seething, jumping writhing action. Hendrix throws his guitar
    up, down and all around. He picks the strings with everything including his teeth, he has even been
    known to smash his instrument in the frenzy of a closing number. At the recent
    Monterey Pop
    Festival
    Hendrix burned his guitar to the roar of the crowd.
    Jimi’s first release in England was “Hey Joe,’’ a song that has hit both there and here in the U.S. in
    the recent past,
    The Experience's record went e straight into the Top 5. Their second release,
    Purple Haze,” written by Hendrix, was the first record released in England on the Track label and
    it went to the top and while it was there
    Track released “The Wind Cries Mary,” a song that the
    Experience
    had cut as an afterthought at the "Purple Haze,” session in a total of six minutes
    including rehearsal, and for the B first time since the Beatles had done it a new group had a pair in
    the English Top 10.

    Now Reprise Records, in the U.S. has signed the homecoming prodigal son and has quikly released
    The Winds Cries Mary” and “Purple Haze” as the group’s first single.
    The Experience itself, in order to kick off its first U.S. release, is currently on a nation wide tour along
    with the Monkees, and the fans’ first reaction to the sound and fury of
    the Experience recalls the
    shrieks and moans that some years ago greeted a little known Southern named
    Elvis Presley.
    The future book of the Experience is filled with return engagements requests from Paris’ Olympia
    and Stockholm’s Tivoli
    [sic, ‘Green Grove’] and the whole range of Theatres and clubs in England, but
    we’ve been assured that after touring the U.S. and fulfilling international dates
    Jimi Hendrix, Mitch
    Mitchell
    and Noel Redding will return their musical experience to these shores.

    Monday 31 July 1967
    Denmark
    VI UNGE [‘We Young’] (page 30) [B&W photo in ‘Hussars’ jacket]
    ‘ForJimi Hendrix the uniform was not for fun’
    Jimi Hendrix the mad[ly] looking, the madly performing, the madly talented Seattle-American, who
    with his group
    Experience (which means ‘erfaring’) sent the Falkoner Centret in Copenhagen into
    such crazy and oblique [?] behaviour earlier this year, likes to perform in a special veterans-uniform.
    Many young people today like this. –

    Jimi: We are all anti-war, it’s only the colours we like. We are walking pop art.’
    - But Jimi Hendrix who sometimes tells very crazy stories about himself, has a true story to tell
    about himself and his uniform -

    Jimi: ‘I used to wear a uniform in seriousness, I did my military service in the famous
    American Screaming Eagles Airborne Division, and that was no joke, but I got through it
    early and voluntary. Then happened what happened to me, I was record-discovered
    through England and Decca and all that stuff, and listen carefully what happened to me,
    one night I was walking through the streets of London in my old silly uniform.

    One of the police cars pointed at me with their flashlight, and the police officer started
    questioning me, ‘What is this uniform?’ didn’t I know that this uniform used to be serious
    for a man who exposed himself to death in that uniform etc. And what else did I do for a
    living, and who I worked for?
    The Experience? Who did I think I was, talking about
    experience’?’
    After a long time, I showed them my passport and told them that the uniform was
    from 1898, and that it used to belong to an officer in the - Veterinary Corps. And that I
    used to wear a uniform that was bloody serious to me in the USA. And that by
    experience
    I meant that I had
    experienced quite a lot. ‘A lot of what?’ one of the officers asked quietly.
    ‘Harassment,’ [I said, and the two split.]”
    says the singer-guitarist.

    [Late] July 1967
    USA
    GO (#??) (page?) ‘Hendrix quits Monkees tour’:
    The Jimi Hendrix Experience have left The Monkees' tour because of adverse reaction to their
    performance from both adults and Monkees' fans.
    Noel Redding, one of the Experience, told GO:
    "It has nothing to do with The Monkees personally. We really like them and they like us."

    The problems apparently arose because mothers who saw the show objected to
    Jimi's act a
    representative for
    Hendrix said it was similar to the problems Elvis Presley had with his gyrations in
    the early days of rock 'n roll.

    "We received many letters of protest from people and decided to call a halt to the whole affair," he
    added.

    Jimi says he is not worried about leaving the tour. He has a single out and wants to spend as much
    time as possible pro
    -moting it,
    After leaving the tour the group worked dates in New York City to capacity crowds, then flew to
    Seattle last week
    end for a Mamas and Papas concert appearance.
    Hendrix joined The Monkees' tour after working at The Monterey Pop Festival and Central Park in
    New York.

    At first, his reception by Monkees fans was not what he would have liked and he received little
    advance publicity when the tour was advertised.
    Frank Zappa: "Rock journalism is people who can't write interviewing people who can't talk for people who can't read."

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    Re: 1967 July Newspaper & Magazine Articles (Text Only)

    [Late] July 1967
    UK [USA?]
    [UNKNOWN paper] (page?) [title?]
    THE MONKEES are in Palm Beach doing their movie [‘Head’]; so far they've filmed war scenes, a steam
    bath sequence, and pad scenes. They're playing themselves, but not quite like they played themselves
    on the telly. Which probably means that instead of playing a starving rock group, they will portray a
    RICH rock group.


    Peter has written a song for the movie, called "Can You Dig It?" no doubt inspired by his recent
    grooving with
    the Jimi Hendrix Experience. (Peter sat atop Noel Redding's amplifier during the
    performance.)
    Frank Zappa: "Rock journalism is people who can't write interviewing people who can't talk for people who can't read."

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