Angel Hair, 1970. Item #666
Side-stapled wrappers, mimeographed. This is from an edition of 200 copies, signed by the author who notes Neil Young was "an assemblage-poem that was in fact more like a critical exercise. I'd extracted and thematically re-arranged seventy-five snippets of primal statement from the songs of the Canadian-born folk singer after whom the work was named—my favorite artist for a period of some months of that Bolinasian Phase of the Great Cultural Deglaciation we were all convinced was then going on." (The Angel Hair Anthology, p. 580) The same year (1970), Tom Clark and Lewis Warsh edited the one-shot magazine, Sugar Mountain, titled after the Neil Young song. Very good to near fine, random age darkening to back cover, shallow bump to lower right corner. Clean and sharp.