And Then It Was Ephemera #96


New York City (1963)

8 comments:

Pribek said...

If you showed that beside an equivalent current newspaper page, it would be like those creepy then-and-now photos of Detroit.

la peregrina said...

OMG! Who's got the time machine.

bill chinery said...

Miles Davis and Blossom Dearie...what I would not give to have seen that in person.

WillyC said...

Pribek, you may be on to something there.

I. M. Clarke said...

I mean, even look at the fine print...It's crazy with talent...Chad Mitchell (John Denver's future gig), Ruby and the Romantics, Bill Monroe, the Halifax 3 (thing Denny Doherty), Flip Wilson...in one area, in one night?...please, the mind boggles...

a-natural-man said...

BROTHER THEODORE !

Baby, The Rain Must Fall

Richard Gould-Saltman said...

Flip Wilson opening for Roland Kirk. The mind boggles, even more than Blossom Dearie on the bill with Miles....

swac said...

Nice to see the Halifax III in the middle of it all (I live 10 minutes from Denny Doherty's Halifax childhood home). What I wouldn't give to see Sam Cooke though.