Altamont: Death of Innocence in the Woodstock Nation
Editor: Jonathan Eisen
Publication date: 1970
A collection of photographs, interviews and articles about Altamont with a long introduction by Eisen.
From the rear cover:
Altamont is now said by some to mark the end of the Age of Aquarius - the death of the counter-culture of rock, of grass and acid, of peace and love. It is at least a watershed event, forcing a new and clearer look at the meaning of our extraordinary times. And that is what Jonathan Eisen and a dozen other observers offer in Altamont: Death of Innocence in the Woodstock Nation.
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