The Los Angeles Free Music Society didn’t just fly beneath the cultural radar in the 1970s; it roared beneath it, as low to the ground as it could possibly get, like a nitro-swilling, flame-belching, drag-racing funny car. And maybe that bit of era-specific, Southern California imagery is apt. These guys weren’t like other collectives in 1973, spouting polemics or Jesus Freakin’ and living off the land. They were running amok through the concrete fields of Los Angeles, just plain Freakin’. In 1973, brothers Joe and Rick Potts and friend Chip Chapman inadvertently became the generous and... Read More
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