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Okorok. [Ham]. # 2, 4-5, 1 (6), 2 (7), 1-3-8, 10.
1989. In original illustrated wrappers. In good condition, slightly stained on the covers, worn on the spines, small losses and cracks on the spine (# 2 and 10). # 2 - unbound, in blue ink.<br /><b>First Belarusian underground rock magazine.</b><br /># 4-5 - Limited to 1000 copies.# 10 - Limited to 999 copies.<br /><i>Okorok</i>magazine was published in Mogilev, the center of Belarusian rock movement, in 1989-1994 (# 10 was the last one). The editors collaborated with the local printing house (bribed with vodka) and became the only regular underground rock magazine in the USSR for a short time. These issues consist articles about Belarusian, Ukrainian and Latvian rock, events and festivals, album reviews (for ex. <i>A Star Called Sun</i> by <i>Kino</i>), interviews with rock musicians (leader of <i>Grazhdanskaya Oborona</i> band, Egor Letov; co-founder of <i>Aquarium</i>, Boris Grebenshchikov; bluesman Yuri Naumov), history of <i>Zvuki Mu</i> band, extracts from <i>In His Own Write</i> by John Lennon and verses (<i>I Sat Belonely</i>, <i>Good Dog Nigel</i>, <i>The Moldy Moldy Man</i>), brief biography and photos by Joel-Peter Witkin, one of the most controversial contemporary photographers.<br />
Bookseller: Biblionne [Russian Federation]
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