…the revolting youth at the LSE, May 1969. He got a bit of a roasting, apparently.
FZ: “People are really thrilled about rioting in the street. It’s this year’s flower power.”
This pic comes from the 1969 issue of The History of Rock, a route march down memory lane produced by Uncut from the NME and MM archives, which comes to me courtesy of my Readly subscription (see references passim). Yet again, something I probably wouldn’t have shelled out for, but when it magically turns up on my iPad I can’t resist.
I dimly remember FZ getting a rough ride at the LSE. I remember the Mothers at the Albert the following week much better, though, because I was there.1