ADVENTURES IN VINTAGE ROLLING STONE MAGAZINES PART 3

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The July 15th, 1976 issue of Rolling Stone featured a lengthy piece on the new show “Saturday Night”.

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I particularly enjoy old photos of Lorne Michaels.

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He was a babe. I also love how the show is repeatedly referred to as “SN” for Saturday Night, which beautifully, is also my initials. Coincidence? I think not.

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There were also great portraits of most of the cast members. I’d never seen this shot of Gilda before.

In other 1976 issues…

A goofy McCartney from the June 17th issue.

A goofy McCartney from the June 17th issue.

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A striking Hall and Oates full page ad from May 20th.

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Lou in the April 8th issue. Gotta love that yellow script typography.

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Dylan, March 11th. I could stare at this face for hours.

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I just like this Bose ad. It’s a pretty sassy lil’ ad.

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A February 12th, 1976 Patti Smith album review. All hail. Better than this? A full spread in the January 1st issue!

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February 12th. Bowie made all of the other covers between January and July look silly.

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Dylan and Ali in the January 15th issue.

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“Bob’s attitude is very similar to the Buddhist view of nonattachment.”

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And this gem from the January 1st issue. This is one for a caption contest.

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And last, but most certainly not least, a letter from “Lennono” in the January 1st issue.

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