N.B. This magazine is a file copy from Harlan Ellison’s collection. In the late 1990s, Susan Ellison gathered surplus issues of magazines to which Harlan had contributed, bagged them with certificates signed by Harlan and bearing the seal of his library, and put them aside intending to offer them in a future issue of the Rabbit Hole. Twenty years later, while working on the Harlan Ellison Books Preservation Project, editor Jason Davis discovered the forgotten stockpile and reminded the Ellisons of its existence.
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This December 1965 issue of Cad features the first installment of Harlan’s record review column, featuring:
“Baby Breeze” and “Baker’s Holiday” – Chet Baker;
“Mirage”- Quincy Jones;
“Earl Hines: Spontaneous Explorations,” “Up to Date With Earl Hines,” “Grand Reunion,” “Fatha: The New Earl Hines Trio,” “The Real Earl Hines,”- Earl Hines;
“Symphony No. 7” – Dimitri Shostakovitch;
“Out of Our Heads” – The Rolling Stones.
The magazine comes with a HERC certificate signed by Harlan on 25 May 1998.