Rolling Stone Cover to Cover -- the First 40 Years: Searchable Digitial Archive--every Page, Every Issue by Rolling Stone MagazineCelebrating its 40th anniversary this year, Rolling Stone stoked the imagination of Americas social revolutionaries and fueled the careers of brilliant writers like Tom Wolfe, Hunter S. Thompson, Joe Klein, Cameron Crowe, P.J. ORourke and visionary photographers including Annie Leibovitz, Mark Seliger and Baron Wolman.
Rolling Stone Cover to Cover is a backstage pass to four decades of popular culture--a DVD ROM-based, searchable digital archive of every issue of Rolling Stone magazine from 1967 to 2007. Browse issues 1 through 1026 – over 98,000 searchable pages, exactly as they first appeared in print--every story, review, interview and even every ad. This exclusive box set also comes with a photo-filled, 208–page page companion coffee table book providing a vivid behind-the-scenes look at the magazines history, from birth to today. Includes a bonus one-year Subscription to Rolling Stone (a $12.95 value). See certificate inside package for offer and rebate details.
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Fifty years ago, a year-old Berkeley College dropout and journalist named Jann Wenner was cobbling together a new kind of magazine that, in his words, would take rock music seriously. The first issue of Rolling Stone appeared in print on November 9th, Over the next 50 years, more than a thousand issues and counting would follow. Now celebrating its golden anniversary, the magazine is one of the few continuously-running chronicles of pop culture, politics, film, art in American history. The three-floor display includes a miscellany of items from hand-penned notes from Hunter S. Thompson to Charles Manson requesting a subscription from jail , audio files, rare photos and interview transcripts from rock stars to presidents.
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If you are a collector of vintage rock music magazines, then there are probably issues of Rolling Stone magazine in the archives of your collection. Many collectors still enjoy reading the past issues, starting from the 60s, as well as preserving them for music history. The issues have a sense of capturing that particular moment in history and culture - the shaping of a generation. Musicians weren't the only ones who coveted the front cover; actors, politicians, sports figures, and even fictional characters i. Eric Cartman from South Park knew that being awarded the front page meant they were relevant. It meant instant chart rise as well as record-breaking record sales.