Author: John Sinclair
Paperback, 364 pages
“Guitar Army” is a product of it’s time. To some, that would imply that this book is “dated”. That’s true, and that’s what makes it so fascinating. Few people still remember how organized certain factions of the counter-culture were (at least, in theory).
The writings of John Sinclair are not those of a naive stoner who’s pre-occupied with sex, drugs and Rock ‘n’ Roll, but of a well informed and carefully thought out intellectual who is preoccupied with the above. If every hippie/radical was as committed as Sinclair was, The Revolution might just have succeded.