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TATE, Joe
TATE, Joe
TATE, Joe
TATE, Joe

TATE, Joe

Now [G.I. Joe]

San Francisco: Valhalla Music, 1967. [4]pp.; illus. Single sheet folded to form four 8-3/4 x 6-1/2 in panels. Silk-screened, in color to front and rear; front cover featuring a graphic of a marijuana plant growing out of an army helmet. Very good or better, with light handling wear, soiling to rear.

The four-verse lyrics to a song, here titled "Now" but ultimately recorded as "G.I. Joe" by short-lived Bay Area psychedelic rock band Salvation and included on their self-titled first LP of 1968. Tate was the founding guitar player of the group, who called themselves New Salvation Army Banned until a legal challenge from The Salvation Army charitable organization forced them to shorten it to Salvation.

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