Cover Art #7

"Hey Rube!" #1

The Last Time #3

The Doors final show, thanks to Jim's onstage breakdown
(New Orleans; December 12, 1970)

Home Is Where the Heart Is #16
Patty Andrews dies at 94

Because they're no squares, the Andrews Sisters harmonize at home on a round bed.

Meanwhile, Patty Andrews has gone on to sit with her sisters under that big old apple tree in the sky. Read the New York Times obit here.

And Then It Was Ephemera: #52

Bezark #27

Esther Williams

And Then It Was Ephemera #51

The Best of... Huh? #15

Artists in Action #748

James Dean hangs

Life During Wartime #8

Original Caption:

San Francisco -- Navy Machinist's Mate Third Class Edward D. Olsen, 26, who was killed in an automobile accident is buried with a Navy honor guard and the rites of the Satanic Church which consigned his soul to the devil, Dec. 11, 1967. High priest Anton LaVey, holding the Sword of Power and the Book of Black Magic, presided over the service while a Navy bugler blew taps. At the foot of the casket is a floral wreath representing the symbol of Satan. (1967)

The Art of the Panel: Marvel #32

from How Do You Find a Boy of Your Own?
(by Stan Lee, Gene Colan and Sal Buscema)
(My Love #6; July, 1970)

Soul Stirrers #26

Dionne Warwick

In the Studio #111

Tammy Wynette

Twins #5

They Were Collaborators #793

The cast of Rashomon

American Dry Spell #18

Original Caption:

Congressman Serves Illegal Drink to Crowd.

Baltimore -- Congressman J.P. Hill, of Baltimore, Maryland serves cider made in his own backyard, and allowed to reach an alcoholic content of 2.75%, to guests at his "party" at which he defied Prohibition authorities to take action against him. (1925)

Seminal Image #1073

Whatsoever a Man Soweth
(Joseph Best; 1917)

Twilight of the Dreamboats #61

Asheville, NC

Annals of Crime #114

And Then It Was Ephemera #50

Snow Crystal Motifs, Japanese postcard, Late Meiji era, Artist Unknown

Sydney Mugshots #2

Nellie Cameron was one of Sydney’s best-known, and most desired, prostitutes. Lillian Armfield, Australia’s first policewoman, said Cameron had an ‘assured poise that set her apart from all the other women of the Australian underworld’. Aged 21. Part of an archive of forensic photography created by the NSW Police between 1912 and 1964.

Behind the Scenes #23

Bo Diddley and The Clash on their tour bus (1979)

The Gunslinger Guide to Barbara Steele #12

Modernist Ungapotch #4

Late 19th C Fire escape

The Gunslinger Guide to Barbara Steele #11

Black Sunday, 1960, Mario Bava

The Art of the Panel: That's Bizarre #6

Revenant #1

The Art of the Panel: Warren #2

from The Tell-Tale Heart
Story by Archie Goodwin (Edgar Allan Poe adaptation), Art by Reed Crandall
(Creepy #3; June 1965)

When Legends Gather #750

Louis Armstrong and Miles Davis

The Gunslinger Guide to Elizabeth Taylor #8

And Then It Was Ephemera #49

Artists in Action #747

Sid Vicious cuts a rug with a fan.

Before and After #295: Ernest Tubb



Radio Free Gunslinger #34: Rockabilly Holiday

Your host for this edition of Radio Free Gunslinger, entitled 'Rockabilly Holiday,' is Huey P. Newton.

The Content

First Sequence:
Sonny Burgess - Find My Baby for Me
The Morgan Twins - TV Hop
The Miller Bros. - Loco Choo Choo
Curtis Johnson - Baby, Baby
The Collins Kids - Mercy

Second Sequence:
Lou Josie - Breezin' Out
Alan Wingate - What Else Could I Do?
Billy Eldridge - Let's Go, Baby
Gene Brown - Big Door
Ricky Nelson - Believe What You Say

Third Sequence:
Art Adams - Dancing Doll
Jerry Allison - Real Wild Child
Ronnie Dawson - Rockin' Bones
Ronnie Allen - Juvenile Delinquent
Joe Clay - Sixteen Chicks

Fourth Sequence:
Narvel Felts - Cry Baby Cry
Johnny Powers - Long Blond Hair, Rose Red Lips
The Atmospheres - The Fickle Chicken
David Ray - Lonesome Feeling
The Suedes - Don't Be Shy

Jerry Lee Lewis - Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On (live)

Modernist Ungapotch #3

The Dictascrivener' , 1898 'The Patterson-Armitage Dictascrivener of 1898 was an early attempt to perfect a method of effecting transfer of thought to paper without program or mediation. The gentle voltage passing through the barrel of the Dictascrivener emitted a vibratory stimulus which would allegedly trigger a discharge of dazzling revelations.'

An Illustrated History of Race Relations in America #12

Elvis Presley meets with reporters (1956)

Welcome to Show Business #54

The Yardbirds (Eric Clapton at far left;1963)

Before and After #294: Muddy Waters



And Then It Was Ephemera #48

Anne Frank, 1934

Seminal Images #1070

Stanwyck and Blondell, Night Nurse
(William A. Wellman; 1931)

Modernist Ungapotch #2

Unknown photographer, 1935, Dr. F.G. Benedict's Apparatus for Measuring Metabolism

Bezark #26: by Ferenc Berko

Modernist Ungapotch #1

Emblem motorbike ad

Bezark #25

The Art of Cinema #539

The Deep End
(Jerzy Skolimowski; 1970)

Studying One's Craft #12

Kurt Cobain practices

Artists in Action #746

The Clash in Vietnam, having agreed to a color album cover