The Smith Tapes is a kickstarter that is looking to release a collection of rare music interviews by Howard Smith:
Between 1969–1972, Howard Smith recorded interviews with scores of rock stars and cultural icons. As a Village Voice columnist and radio personality on WPLJ FM, Smith sat down for revealing, personal conversations with Eric Clapton, Andy Warhol, Jim Morrison, Buckminster Fuller, Janis Joplin, Jerry Garcia and Hugh Hefner, to name just a few. He interviewed John Lennon and Yoko Ono no less than five times, and called in live dispatches from his Winnebago parked stage-side at Woodstock. Smith was at the center of culture during an era of extraordinary transformation.
Check out a video on the project and as well as a clip from Smith’s rare interview with John Lennon and Yoko Ono on the breakup of The Beatles:
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