The first two issues of the sixties magazine 'The Flower Scene and the Love Generation', with Ringo Starr and son Jason on the cover of the first and Jimi Hendrix on the second, and articles on the Beatles, Pink Floyd, Velvet Underground, John Peel.
Both issues 32pp., small 4to. Both printed on art paper, and profusely illustrated with black and white photographs. The first issue with lilac cover, and the second with orange cover. Both in good condition, with slight spotting to the cover of the first. No. 1 has an editorial titled 'What It's All About', followed by articles on subjects including the 'Festival Of The Flower Children at Woburn Abbey'; the Flamingo Club in Wardour St; 'John Peel Gives His Views . . .'; 'leading the new wave of hippies today is for Arthur Brown'; Jefferson Airplane; The Pink Floyd (centre-page spread); Mothers of Invention; Jimi Hendrix; Scott McKenzie; The Doors; The Move; Eric Burdon; Keith West; with Anita Harris (!) on back cover. No. 2 includes articles on Biddu; Moby Grape; The Syn; The Herd; The Flowerpot Men; Procul Harem; Zoot Money; The Velvet Underground and Nico; The Beatles (centre-page spread and page of 'Beatle Talk . . .'); Nirvana; 'Sandy 'n' Dandy's Fashion Scene' (by 'Sandra Lloyd' and 'Dandy Richards'); Janis Ian and Tim Hardin; Family; Kaleidoscope; Julie Felix; with Nancy Sinatra on back cover. COPAC notes the magazine's presence at Cambridge and the National Library of Scotland, but does not give details; it is unlikely to have progressed far beyond issue 2.