Over at Mother Jones website there is a review of 2 new books
featuring photos from the New York city underground punk scene
from the 1970's.
"Two notable recent books from Glitterati Incorporated take readers deep into New York City's 1970s punk underground. Playground: Growing Up In the New York Underground by Paul Zone, with Jake Austin (of Roctober fame!), features photos and firsthand accounts from a foot soldier in the rock and roll wars waged in the city's now infamous clubs, including Max's Kansas City and CBGB. White Trash Uncut, meanwhile, comes out of Andy Warhol's factory scene and, as you might expect, takes an artier look at the New York scene."
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Two New Books of Vintage Photos of New York City's 1970s Punk Playground Reviewed by Tom Ray on 10:30 AM Rating: