<London Babylon: The Beatles and the Stones in the Swinging Sixties>

416 pages, large format book stuffed with anecdotes, exotica and pictures

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The Missing Chapters

There are two missing chapters from the book; they concern two peripheral characters from the Sixties who though unknown deserve their place in the story.

The first is about Bruce Lacey, an absurdist performance artist who appeared in Beatles films, built robots and who may have been the inspiration for Dr. Who.
The second tells the story of a pop artist/beauty Pauline Boty the lost British Brigitte Bardot.

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Mick Jagger, Paul McCartney, Keith Richard, John Lennon, George Harrison, Brian Jones, Ringo Starr, Eric Burdon, Jimi Hendrix, Tara Browne, Anita Pallenberg, Suki Poitier, John Crittle, Nigel Waymouth, Guy Stevens, Peter Meaden, Ossie Clark, Chelita Secunda, Marc Bolan, June Bolan, Chris Blackwell, Tony Elliot, Chrissie Shrimpton, PJ Proby, Bongo Wolf, Chas Chandler, Peter Whitehead, Howard Marks, Jane Asher, John Dunbar, Marianne Faithfull, Charlie Richardson, Michael Hollingshead, Spanish Tony Sanchez, Derek Taylor, The Fool, Magic Alex, David Litvinoff, Martin Sharp, Robert Fraser, Christopher Gibbs, The Clermont set, Michael X, John Paul Getty, Talitha, Kenneth Anger, Bobby Beausoleil, Donald Cammell, Pauline Boty, Brion Gysin, Sir Mark Palmer, Dreamachine, Amanda Lear, Peki D’Oslo, John Bindon, Michael X, the jet set, the in crowd, Felix Dennis, Richard Neville, Oz magazine. the Indica gallery, Jeremy Fry, Jean de Breteuil, Hapshash and the Coloured Coat, Stash de Rola, Professor Bruce Lacey, Henry Herbert 17th Earl of Pembroke, Dennis Hopper, Billie Davis