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THE LITTLE SANDY REVIEW No. 22

Author: Pankake, John and Paul Nelson (eds.); Bob Dylan
Price: $225.00
Publisher Location: Minneapolis
Publisher: LSR
Year Published: 1962
Book Condition: Very Good in Wraps
Edition: First edition
Stapled mimeograph little magazine. 12mo. 54 pp. [Dylan pp. 12 - 18.] Influential folk magazine that lasted from 1960 until 1968, beginning as a monthly and becoming more irregular over time (34 numbers published). This issue with a review of Dylan's first album BOB DYLAN, and reportedly the first source to reveal him as Robert Zimmerman. Of course, the editors knew him well, it was from Nelson's folk record collection that Bobbie Zimmerman first learned of Woody and other great blues and folk artists, and it was from his collection that he "helped himself" to a couple of dozen records. Nelson in this issue and at SING OUT! where he defended Dylan turning electric and then at ROLLING STONE was one of Robert Zimmerman's biggest fans. An important issue of a scarce folk mag. Joseph C. Hickerson's copy (his name in ink on the front cover) - Hickerson was the longtime archivist and head of the Archive of Folk Culture, LOC. A few check marks in pencil, light toning and foxing; very good in illustrated wraps.