Full Bibliography


  • A: [Books and Pamphlets]

     
    A01. [offprint] “The Rebirth of Joy”
    A mimeo edition of the article that Peter Owen left out of Joe Berke’s Counter Culture. nd. [1970?] unauthorised reprint, 1970.
     
    A02. A Catalogue of the William S. Burroughs Archive.
    Ollon, Switzerland and London: Am Here Books and the Covent Garden Press, 1973. 1/250 signed by Miles, Burroughs and Gysin. [special signed ltd edition 1/26 also issued in slipcase]
     
    A03. You Must Enter To See, A Description of the Paintings and Watercolours of Lilia Aaron as seen by Miles.
    4pp mimeo catalogue to Lilia Aaron painting exhibition in Ollon, Switzerland, 1973
     
    A04. Reich.
    London: Dragon Press. [unauthorised offprint of Image magazine article. Probably originating with Compendium Bookshop, Camden, 1974.]
     
    A05. [w/ Pearce Marchbank] The Illustrated Rock Almanac.
    London: Paddington Press, 1977. [Marchbank did the graphic design, words by Miles] Large format paperback, heavily illustrated.
     
    A06. Bob Dylan.
    London: Big O Publishing, 1978. [Paperback], illustrated.
     
    A07a. Bob Dylan In His Own Words.
    London: Omnibus Press, 1978. [Paperback] illustrated
     
    A07b. Bob Dylan In His Own Words.
    New York: Grey Fox, 1978. [Paperback] illustrated
     
    A08a. The Beatles In Their Own Words.
    London: Omnibus Press, 1978. [Paperback] illustrated
     
    A08b. The Beatles In Their Own Words.
    New York: Quick Fox, 1978. [Paperback] illustrated
     
    A08c. The Beatles In Their Own Words.
    London: W.H. Allen, 1982. [hardback]
     
    A08d. The Beatles In Their Own Words.
    [New edition, new cover] London: Omnibus Press, 1994
     
    A09. [w/ Joe Maynard] William S. Burroughs, A Bibliography 1953-1973.
    Charlottesville, Virginia: Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia Press, 1978. [signed ltd edition signed by Burroughs also issued]
    illustrated with photographs by Brion Gysin, frontispiece by Richard Avadon.
     
    A10. Rolling Stones, An Illustrated Discography.
    London: Omnibus Press, 1980. [paperback]
     
    A11a. Pink Floyd, A Visual Documentary.
    London: Omnibus Press, 1980. [paperback] Large format, illustrated.
     
    A11b. Pink Floyd, A Visual Documentary.
    London: Omnibus Press, 1980. [contains 16 page update] Large format, illustrated
    [some copies mistakenly issued with old cover. Rest of run destroyed]
     
    A11c. Pink Floyd, A Visual Documentary.
    New York: Quick Fox, 1980. [includes the 16 page update]
     
    A11d. Pink Floyd, A Visual Documentary. 21st Anniversary Edition.
    London: Omnibus Press, 1988. [further updated]
     
    A11e. [w/ Andy Mabbett] Pink Floyd, The Visual Documentary.
    London: Omnibus Press, 1994 [updated at end by Andy Mabbett]
     
    A12a. David Bowie In His Own Words.
    London: Omnibus Press, 1980. [paperback]
     
    A12b. David Bowie In His Own Words.
    New York: Quick Fox, 1980. [paperback]
     
    A12c. David Bowie In His Own Words.
    London: W.H. Allen, 1982. [hardback, self covers]
     
    A12d. David Bowie In His Own Words.
    [new edition, new covers] London: Omnibus Press, 1984 [paperback]
     
    A13a. David Bowie Black Book.
    London: Omnibus Press, 1980. [hardback, w/dust wrapper] [illustrated]
     
    A13b. David Bowie Black Book.
    London: Omnibus Press, 1980. [hardback, self covers: book club edition]
     
    A13c. David Bowie Black Book.
    London: Omnibus Press, 1980 [paperback]
     
    A13d. David Bowie Black Book.
    New York: Quick Fox, 1980. [paperback]
     
    A13e. David Bowie Black Book.
    [updated edition] London: Omnibus Press, 1984.  
     
    A13f. [with Chris Charlesworth] David Bowie Black Book [updated by Chris Charlesworth at the end] London: Omnibus Press, 2013 [paperback]
     
    A14a. John Lennon In His Own Words.
    London, Omnibus Press, 1980. [paperback]
     
    A14b. John Lennon In His Own Words.
    London: W. H. Allen, 1981. [hardback]
     
    A14c. John Lennon In His Own Words.
    [New edition, new cover] London, Omnibus Press, 1994.
     
    A15a. Pink Floyd. The Illustrated Discography.
    London: Omnibus Press, 1981. [hardback, self covers]
     
    A15b. Pink Floyd. The Illustrated Discography.
    London: Omnibus Press, 1981. [paperback]
     
    A16a. [as Kevin St. John] Cliff In His Own Words.
    London: Omnibus Press, 1981. [paperback]
     
    A16b. [as Kevin St. John] Cliff In His Own Words.
    London: W. H. Allen, 1981. [hardback, self covers].
     
    A17. The Jam. An Illustrated Biography.
    London: Omnibus Press, 1981. [Oversize paperback]
     
    A18. The Pretenders. An Illustrated Biography
    London: Omnibus Press, 1981 [Oversize paperback]
     
    A19. Talking Heads. An Illustrated Biography.
    London: Omnibus Press, 1981 [Oversize paperback]
     
    A20. The Ramones. An Illustrated Biography
    London: Omnibus Press, 1981 [Oversize paperback]
     
    A21. The Clash. An Illustrated Biography
    London: Omnibus Press, 1981 [Oversize paperback]
     
    A22. The Two Tone Book For Rude Boys
    London: Omnibus Press, 1981 [Oversize paperback]
     
    A23a. The Police, a Visual Documentary.
    London: Omnibus Press, 1981. [Oversize paperback]
     
    A23b. The Police, a Visual Documentary.
    [updated edition] London: Omnibus Press, 1982
     
    A24a. Mick Jagger In His Own Words.
    London: Omnibus Press, 1981. [paperback]
     
    A25a. Sex & Drugs & Rock ‘n’ Roll.
    London: Bobcat Books, 1985.
     
    A25b. Sex & Drugs & Rock ‘n’ Roll.
    London: Omnibus Press, 1985 [printed but not issued]
     
    A25c. Sex & Drugs & Rock ‘n’ Roll.
    [combined edition, with Chris Charlesworth’s second volume] London: Bobcat Books, 1993.
     
    A26a. Ginsberg: A Biography.
    New York: Simon & Schuster, 1989. [hardback, w/dust wrapper]
     
    A26b. Ginsberg: A Biography.
    London: Viking Penguin, 1989 [hardback, w/dust wrapper]
     
    A26c. Ginsberg: A Biography.
    New York: Harper Perennial, 1989 [Trade paper size for their own book club]
     
    A26d. Ginsberg: A Biography.
    New York: Harper Perennial, 1990 [paperback]
     
    A26e. Ginsberg: A Biography.
    London: Penguin, 1990 [paperback]
     
    A26f. Ginsberg: A Biography.
    [Revised, updated edition] London: Virgin Books, 2002 [uniform edition]
     
    A26g. Ginsberg: A Biography.
    [Revised, updated edition, new preface] London: Virgin Books, 2010 [new uniform edition]
     
    A26h. Allen Ginsberg Beat Poet.
     [Revised, new cover, new title, uniform edition] London: Virgin Books, 2010
     
    A27. Two Lectures on the Work of Allen Ginsberg.
    London: Turret Papers, 1992. [one of 500 copies, pamphlet]
     
    A28a. William Burroughs: El Hombre Invisible.
    London: Virgin Books. [hardback, w/ dust wrapper]
     
    A28b. William Burroughs: El Hombre Invisible.
    New York: Hyperion Books, 1993. [hardback w/dust wrapper]
     
    A28c. William Burroughs: El Hombre Invisible.
    London: Virgin Books, 1993. [paperback]
     
    A28d. William Burroughs: El Hombre Invisible.
    New York: Hyperion Books, 1994. [paperback]
     
    A28e. William Burroughs: El Hombre Invisible.
    London: Virgin Books, 2002. [paperback] [uniform edition]
     
    A28f. William Burroughs: El Hombre Invisible.
    London: Virgin Books, 2010. [paperback] [new uniform edition]
     
    A29. Zappa. A Visual Documentary.
    London: Omnibus Press, 1993. [illustrated oversize paperback]
     
    A30. Frank Zappa In His Own Words.
    London: Omnibus Press, 1993. [illustrated]
     
    A31. The Rolling Stones. A Visual Documentary.
    London: Omnibus Press, 1994. [illustrated oversize paperback]
     
    A32a. Paul McCartney: Many Years From Now.
    London: Secker & Warburg, 1997. [hardback w/dust wrapper]
     
    A32b. Paul McCartney: Many Years From Now.
    New York: Henry Holt, 1997. [hardback w/dust wrapper]
     
    A32c. Paul McCartney: Many Years From Now.
    London: Vintage, 1998. [paperback]
     
    A32e. Paul McCartney: Many Years From Now.
    New York: Owl Books, 1998. [paperback]
     
    A33a. [w/ Charles Perry] I Want to Take You Higher. The Psychedelic Era 1965-1969.
    San Francisco: Chronicle Books, in association with the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum. [hardback w/dust wrapper]
     
    A33b. [w/ Charles Perry] I Want to Take You Higher. The Psychedelic Era 1965-1969.
    San Francisco: Chronicle Books, in association with the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, 1997. [paperback]
     
    A34a. The Beatles, A Diary.
    London: Omnibus Press, 1998. [oversize paperback]
     
    A34b. The Beatles Diary. Volume 1: The Beatles Years.
    London: Omnibus Press, 2001. [New edition with extra material by other authors, redesigned paperback]
     
    A34c. The Beatles: A Diary.
    London: Omnibus Press, 2002 [Original large format edition, 34a, shrunk down to small paperback format.]
     
    A34d. The Beatles: A Diary.
    London: Omnibus Press, 2007 [Original large format edition, 34a, with new cover]
     
    A34e. The Beatles Phenomenon. [new title] [The text of The Beatles: A Diary incorporated into a large format sheet music book of the Beatles 100 greatest hits. ] London: Omnibus Press, 2008. [paperback. A slip-cased edition was also published.]
     
    A35a. Jack Kerouac, King of the Beats. A Portrait.
    London: Virgin, 1998. [hardback w/dust wrapper]
     
    A35b. Jack Kerouac, King of the Beats. A Portrait.
    New York: Henry Holt, 1998. [hardback w/dust wrapper]
     
    A35c. Jack Kerouac, King of the Beats. A Portrait.
    New York: Owl Books, 1998. [paperback]
     
    A35d. Jack Kerouac, King of the Beats. A Portrait.
    London: Virgin, 1999. [paperback]
     
    A35e. Jack Kerouac, King of the Beats. A Portrait.
    London: Virgin, 2002. [paperback][uniform edition]
     
    A35f. Jack Kerouac, King of the Beats. A Portrait.
    London: Virgin, 2010. [paperback][new uniform edition]
     
    A36. Jack Kerouac, Roi Des Beatniks.
    Paris, Editions du Rocher, 1999 [Entirely different text, only edition, in French]
     
    A37a. The Beat Hotel. Ginsberg, Burroughs, and Corso in Paris, 1957-1963.
    New York: Grove Press, 2000. [hardback w/dust wrapper]
     
    A37b. The Beat Hotel. Ginsberg, Burroughs, and Corso in Paris, 1957-1963.
    New York: Grove Press, 2001. [paperback]
     
    A37c. The Beat Hotel. Ginsberg, Burroughs, and Corso in Paris, 1957-1963.
    London: Atlantic Books, 2001 [hardback w/dust wrapper]
     
    A37d. The Beat Hotel. Ginsberg, Burroughs, and Corso in Paris, 1957-1963.
    London: Atlantic Books, 2003 [paperback]
     
    A38a. In the Sixties.
    London: Jonathan Cape. 2002. [hardback w/dust wrapper]
     
    A38b. In The Sixties.
    London: Pimlico, 2003 [paperback]
     
    A39a. Hippie.
    London: Cassell Illustrated, 2003 [hardback w/dust wrapper]
     
    A39b. Hippie.
    New York: Sterling Publications, 2004 [hardback w/dust wrapper]
     
    A39c. Hippie.
    London. Cassell Illustrated, 2004 [paperback]
     
    A39d. Hippie.
    New York: Sterling Publications, 2005 [paperback]
     
    A39e. Hippie.
    New York: Sterling Publications, 2005. [Trade paperback]
     
    A39f. Hippie.
    London: Cassell Illustrated, 2005 [Trade paperback]
     
    A40a. Frank Zappa.
    New York: Grove Press, 2004. [hardback w/dust wrapper]
     
    A40b. Zappa.
    London: Grove Atlantic, 2004. [hardback w/dust wrapper]
     
    A40c. Frank Zappa.
    New York: Grove Press, 2005. [paperback]
     
    A40d. Zappa.
    London: Grove Atlantic, 2005. [paperback]
     
    A41a. Bukowski.
    London: Virgin Books, 2005. [hardback w/dust wrapper]
     
    A41b. Bukowski.
    London: Virgin Books, 2006. [paperback]
     
    A41c. Bukowski.
    London: Virgin Books, 2009. [mass market paperback format]
     
    A42a. [with Grant Scott and Johnny Morgan (Mal Peachy)] The Greatest Album Covers Of All Times.
    London: Collins and Brown, 2005. [hardback w/dust wrapper]
     
    A42b. [with Grant Scott and Johnny Morgan (Mal Peachy)] The Greatest Album Covers Of All Times.
    London: Collins and Brown, 2006. [small format hardback w/dust wrapper]
     
    A43. Pink Floyd The Early Years.
    [paperback original] London: Omnibus Press, 2006.
     
    A44a. Peace. 50 Years of Protest 1958-2008.
    London: Collins & Brown, 2008. [hardback w/dust wrapper]
     
    A44b. Peace. 50 Years of Protest.
    Pleasantville, NY: Readers’ Digest, 2008. [hardback w/dust wrapper]
     
    A45a. The British Invasion
    New York: Sterling Publications, 2009 [hardback w/dust wrapper]
     
    A45b The British Invasion.
    The same book specially bound in leather, with three colour tooled design, with gilt edging and silk endpapers and bookmark in an edition of 100 copies by the Fraquito Group.
     
    A46a. London Calling: A Countercultural History of London Since 1945.
    London: Grove Atlantic, 2010 [hardback w/dust wrapper]
     
    A46b. London Calling: A Countercultural History of London Since 1945.
    London: Grove Atlantic, 2011 [paperback]
     
    A47. In The Seventies
    London: Serpent’s Tale, 2011 [paperback original]
     
    A48. [(with Mal Peachy) as Johnny Morgan] Disco
    New York, Sterling, 2011 [hardback w/dust wrapper]
     
    A49a. The Name Is Burroughs – Expanded Media – Barry Miles Collection
    Karlsruhe: ZKM/Museum of Contemporary Art, 2012 [exhibition catalogue, bi-lingual, of photographs in a Burroughs show taken from the Miles Collection.]
     
    A49b. [new title] Duke Street St. James’s. Some Photographs of William S. Burroughs.
    Karlsruhe: ZKM/ Museum of Contemporary Art, 2012 [one of 440 numbered copies in English]
     
    A50a Call Me Burroughs New York, The Twelve, 2014 [hardback w/dust wrapper]
     
    A50b William S. Burroughs, a Life London, Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 2014 [hardback w/dust wrapper. Same book but with different title for UK market]  
     
    A50c Call Me Burroughs New York, The Twelve, 2015 [paperback]
     
    A50d William S. Burroughs, a Life London, Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 2015 [paperback. Same book but with different title for UK market]

      A51 The Zapple Diaries, London, Peter Owen, London, 2015


  • B: [Anthologies, introductions, forwords and afterwords, books edited and long quotations.]

    B01. Darazt Anthology.
    London: Lovebooks, 1965 [edited, and contributed “Three Collages about sex suppression and repression, etc.” [one of  500 copies – never numbered]
     
    B02. Between the Lines.
    October 1965. The Ben Barka affair in news clips. Lovebooks [published with John Hopkins, helped with layout and printing]
     
    B03. Penguin Modern Poets 9.
    Harmondsworth: Penguin Books, 1967. [edited the Rexroth selection]
     
    B04. Special Pop 1-Numéro Special
    Paris: Albin Michel, 1967. [contributed Paul McCartney interview]
     
    B05. Some of IT [edited by David Mairowitz]
    London: Knuller, 1967. [contributed: “UFO” and “UFO Dies”]
     
    B06. Two Pieces, by Frank O’Hara.
    London: Long Hair Books, 1967 [edited, designed and published]
     
    B07. Revolutionary Letters, by Diane di Prima.
    London: Long Hair Books, 1967 [edited, designed and published]
     
    B08a. Notes From the New Underground, edited by Jessie Kornbluth.
    New York: Viking Press, 1968 [hardback w/dust wrapper] [contains interviews with George Harrison and Paul McCartney]
     
    B08b. Notes From the New Underground, edited by Jessie Kornbluth.
    New York: Viking Press, 1969 [paperback] [contains interviews with George Harrison and Paul McCartney]
     
    B09. Underground Graphics, edited by Graham Keen.
    Academy Editions, London, 1970. [contributed several drawings, taken from IT][second revised edition, only. Miles not in first edition.]
     
    B10a. Bamn: Outlaw Manifestos and Ephemera, 1965-1970. Edited by Peter Stansill and David Zane Mairowitz
    Harmondsworth: Penguin Books, 1971
     
    B11.  James Taylor, Sweet Baby James.
    poster, Warner Bros, Hollywood, CA. [reprints article on James from IT, April 24, 1970]
     
    B12. Am Here Books Catalog One, winter.
    Ollon, Vaud, Swiss: 1973. [Extract from the introduction to A Descriptive Catalog of the WSB Archive.]
     
    B13. Exterminateur! by William Burroughs
    Paris: Christian Bourgeois, 1974. [contributed an Introduction]
     
    B14. Zappa.
    Manchester: Babylon Books, nd [1974] [reprints three articles on Zappa from IT]
    [bootlegged]
     
    B15. The Rolling Stone Rock ‘n’ Roll Reader, edited by Ben Fong-Torres
    New York: Bantam Books, 1974 [reprints “Crosby Stills and Nash, in Search of Individuality” from Rolling Stone. [paperback original]
     
    B16. Eric Clapton.
    London: Wise Publications, 1975. [contributed a 16 page history and a discography to a song book]
     
    B17. Jimi Hendrix.
    London: Wise Publications, 1975. [contributed the discography.]
     
    B18. Le Métro Blanc by William Burroughs..
    Paris: Bourgeois/Seuil, 1976. [contributed an Introduction]
     
    B19. The Rolling Stones File.
    London: Music Sales/Essex Music, 1976. [made the music selection and contributed a 32 page illustrated text]
     
    B20. The Beatles. The Singles Collection 1962-1970.
    London: Wise Publications, 1976. [contributed research]
     
    B21a. The Illustrated New Musical Express Encyclopedia of Rock.
    [compiled by Nick Logan and Bob Woffinden] [hardback] Hamlyn – Salamaner, 1976. [contributed the entry on Zappa and many others]
     
    B21b. The Illustrated New Musical Express Encyclopedia of Rock.
    [compiled by Nick Logan and Bob Woffinden] [paperback] New Edition. Salamanar, 1977. [contributed the entry on Zappa and many others]
     
    B21c. The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Rock.
    [compiled by Nick Logan and Bob Woffinden] New Revised Edition. [paperback] Salamanar, 1978. [contributed the entry on Zappa and many others]
     
    B21d. The Illustrated New Musical Express Encyclopedia of Rock.
    [compiled by Nick Logan and Bob Woffinden] New Revised Edition. [paperback] Salamanar, 1982 [contributed the entry on Zappa and many others]
     
    B22. Rolling Stones 76
    London, 1976. [contributed: “Stones Don’t Float; Miles remembers Brian Jones” [to accompany the European tour, unofficial merchandising]
     
    B23. Stratosphere
    Tangerine Dream. European Tour programme Oct 20-Dec 15, 1976 [edited and written by Miles]
     
    B24. Stratosphere
    Tangerine Dream. North American Tour March 29-April 26, 1977 [edited and written by Miles]
     
    B25. Elvis Aaron Presley 1935-1977. The memorial Album.
    London: Wise Publications. Songbook, 1977 [life chronology and selected songs]
     
    B26. Elvis Presley. The Number Ones 1957-1963.
    London: Wise Publications, 1977. [Research and notes on the songs.]
     
    B27. Mersey Beat The Beginnings of The Beatles.
    London: Omnibus Press, 1977. [contributed: compiled the facsimile pages from Mersey Beat newspaper and edited the book, though this is credited to Bill Harry, the paper’s original editor.]
     
    B28a. Bananas.
    London: Quartet Books, 1977 [contributed: “Meeting Allen Ginsberg” taken from Bananas magazine] [hardback w/dust wrapper]
    B28b. Bananas.
    London: Quartet Books, 1977 [contributed: “Meeting Allen Ginsberg” taken from Bananas magazine] [paperback]
     
    B29. The Clash.
    London: CBS Records Press Office, 1977 [reproduces “London’s Burning Out” from NME March 19, 1977]
     
    B30. Elvis: His First and Last Hits. Sheet Music for Heartbreak Hotel and Way Down.
    London: Wise Pubs, 1977 [text by Miles] [with poster]
     
    B31. Gentle Giant Biography.
    London: Chrysalis Records Press Office, 1977.
     
    B32. Barbara Dixon Biography
    London: CBS Records Press Office, 1977.
     
    B33. Leonard Cohen’s Greatest Hits.
    London: Wise Publications, 1978. Songbook. [selected the songs]
     
    B34. The Anthology Series: Cat Stevens. Songbook.
    London: Wise Publications, 1978. [selected the songs.]
     
    B35. The Anthology Series: James Taylor. Songbook.
    London: Wise Publications, 1978. [selected the songs.]
     
    B36. The Anthology Series: Judy Collins. Songbook.
    London: Wise Publications, 1978. [selected the songs.]
     
    B37. The Anthology Series: Janis Ian. Songbook.
    London: Wise Publications, 1978. [selected the songs.]
     
    B38. The Anthology Series: Joan Baez. Songbook.
    London: Wise Publications, 1978. [selected the songs.]
     
    B39. Sex Pistols File, Now Updated, by Ray Stevenson.
    London: Omnibus Press, 1978. [contribution: extra eight pages added at end for the update] [edited all editions of the book]
     
    B40. Elvis The Ballads.
    London: Wise Publications, 1978. Songbook. [notes on the songs and selection of songs]
     
    B41. Elvis The Movies.
    London: Wise Publications, 1978. Songbook. [notes on the songs and selection of songs]
     
    B42. Elvis Rock ‘n’ Roll.
    London: Wise Publications, 1978. Songbook. [notes on the songs and selection of songs]
     
    B43. Elvis Religious Songs.
    London: Wise Publications, 1978. Songbook. [notes on the songs and selection of songs]
     
    B44. Elvis The Sun Sessions.
    London: Wise Publications, 1978. Songbook. [notes on the songs and selection of songs]
     
    B45. ‘67 Pink Floyd, The Early Years.
    London: Wise Publications, 1978 [selection of songs and a 10 page text]
     
    B46. Clash, edited by Paul Simonon and Mick Jones.
    London: Wise Publications, 1978. [managing edited, designed layout]
     
    B47. Bob Dylan, [official biog]
    London: CBS Records Press office, 1978.
     
    B48. The Best of the Byrds.
    London: Wise Publications, 1978. [selected the songs]
     
    B49 Word and Music: Emmylou Harris.
    London: Wise Publications, 1978. [9 page text and selected the songs]
     
    B50. Word and Music: Linda Ronstadt.
    London: Wise Publications, 1978. [9 page text and selected the songs]
     
    B51. Word and Music: Carly Simon.
    London: Wise Publications, 1978. [9 page text and selected the songs]
     
    B52. Word and Music: Gram Parsons.
    London: Wise Publications, 1978. [9 page text and selected the songs]
     
    B53. Word and Music: Santana!
    London: Wise Publications, 1978. [9 page text and selected the songs]
     
    B54. Word and Music: Lou Reed.
    London: Wise Publications, 1978. [9 page text and selected the songs]
     
    B55. Wise Publications Present Las Vegas Festival.
    London: Wise Publications. 1979. [compiled songbook and cover graphics]
     
    B56. John Lennon 1940-1980. The Big Hits from the Beatles and Solo Years.
    London: Wise Publications, 1980. [selected the songs]
     
    B57. Bob Dylan 40 Greatest Hits.
    London: Wise Publications, 1980 [selected the songs]
     
    B58a. The Rolling Stones. The First Twenty Years. Edited by David Dalton.
    New York: Alfred Knopf, 1981 [contributed: “Mick on meditation, Mutation and Millennium.” [hardback w/dust wrapper]
     
    B58b The Rolling Stones. The First Twenty Years. Edited by David Dalton.
    London: Thames & Hudson, 1981. [contributed: “Mick on meditation, Mutation and Millennium.” [paperback]
     
    B58c The Rolling Stones. The First Twenty Years. Edited by David Dalton. [identical to Thames & Hudson edition except a different cover. For English language European trade] [paperback]
     
    B59. The Final Academy, Statements of a Kind.
    London: Final Academy Programme, 1982 [contributed: “A Checklist of the Books of William S. Burroughs”]
     
    B60. Stiff, The Story of a Record Label by Bert Muirhead.
    Poole, Dorset: Blandford Press, 1983. [reproduces a facsimile letter]
     
    B61. The New Rock ‘n’ Roll – the A-Z of Rock in the ‘80s by Stuart Coupe and Glenn A. Baker.
    London: Omnibus Press, 1983. [introduction]
     
    B62. Best Minds: A Tribute To Allen Ginsberg edited by Bob Rosenthal and Bill Morgan.
    New York: Lospeccio Press, 1986. [Contributed “Peter Ginsberg’s Horses”] [hardback in black cloth; also in a signed numbered edition]
     
    B63a. Howl, Original draft facsimile, transcript & variant versions, fully annotated by author, with contemporaneous correspondence, account of first public reading, legal skirmishes, precursor texts & bibliography by Allen Ginsberg.
    New York: Harper & Row, 1986 [edited by Barry Miles, and “A Note on the Manuscript”][hardback w/dust wrapper]
     
    B63b. Howl, Original draft facsimile, transcript & variant versions, fully annotated by author, with contemporaneous correspondence, account of first public reading, legal skirmishes, precursor texts & bibliography by Allen Ginsberg.
    London: Viking, 1986 [edited by Barry Miles and “A Note on the Manuscript”] [hardback w/dust wrapper]
     
    B63c. Howl, Original draft facsimile, transcript & variant versions, fully annotated by author, with contemporaneous correspondence, account of first public reading, legal skirmishes, precursor texts & bibliography by Allen Ginsberg.
    New York: Harper & Row, 1986 [edited by Barry Miles and “A Note on the Manuscript”][paperback]
    B63d. Howl, Original draft facsimile, transcript & variant versions, fully annotated by author, with contemporaneous correspondence, account of first public reading, legal skirmishes, precursor texts & bibliography by Allen Ginsberg.
    New York: Harper Perennial, 1986 [edited by Barry Miles and “A Note on the Manuscript”][paperback]
     
    B64. Time Out Filofax Guide to New York
    London: Time Out / Filofax, 1988 [contributed numerous entries]
     
    B65. Time Out Filofax Guide to New York
    London: Time Out / Filofax, 1989 [contributed numerous entries]
     
    B66. Insight Guides: Tuscany.
    London: APA Publications, 1990. [“The Roman Legacy” and “The Pisan Style.”]
     
    B67. Moving Forward 2.
    London: Royal Festival Hall Poetry Reading programme. 1990. [contributed: “Biography of Allen Ginsberg”]
     
    B68. Bernard Stone, the Turret Bookshop catalogue 69.
    London: 1991 [compiled rare book catalogue]
     
    B69. Bernard Stone, the Turret Bookshop catalogue 70.
    London: 1991 [compiled rare book catalogue]
     
    B70: The End, The Death of Jim Morrison by Bob Seymore.
    London: Omnibus Press, 1991. [extreme copy edit, essentially rewritten] [*Dutch edition exists]
     
    B71. Insight Guides: Cote d’Azur.
    London: APA Publications, 1992. [“Brigitte Bardot”, “Artists”, “Writers”, “Picasso Country”, “The Fondation Maeght” and, with Rosemary Bailey, “Cagnes, Vence and the Var Valley”]
     
    B72. Insight Guides: Burgundy.
    London: APA Publicatons, 1992. [“The Romanesque Tradition” and “Cluny.”]
     
    B73a. Greenwich Village: Culture and Conterculture, edited by Rick Beard and Leslie Cohen Berlowitz.
    New York: Museum of the City of New York, 1993. [“The Beat Generation In The Village.”] [hardback w/dust wrapper]
     
    B73b. Greenwich Village: Culture and Conterculture, edited by Rick Beard and Leslie Cohen Berlowitz. New York: Museum of the City of New York, 1994. [“The Beat Generation In The Village.”] [paperback]
     
    B74. Skoob Directory of Secondhand Bookshops in the British Isles. Fifth edition
    London: Skoob Books, 1994. [“The Bookshops of Swinging London.”]
     
    B75. The Q/Omnibus Press Rock ‘n’ Roll Reader.
    London: 1994. given away with Q 91, April. [selections from various Omnibus titles]
     
    B76. Book ‘Im, 70 Years on the Game. A Tribute to Bernard Stone from his 
    Many Friends edited by Miles. 
    London: Friends of Bernard Stone,  1994. [Compiled by Miles and Martina Berne. Contributed “Amsterdam”]
     
    B77. Love Me Do! The Beatles Progress by Michael Braun.
    Harmondsworth: Penguin Books, [Penguin reprint, 1995] [back cover blurb]
     
    B78. Pink Floyd, Through the Eyes of… the band, it’s fans, friends and foes.
    London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1996 [review of “Saucerful of Secrets” from IT]
     
    B79. Recording Sgt. Pepper’s by Johnny Black.
    London: Tracks, 1997. [Paul McCartney interview – also mentioned in text.]
     
    B80. We All Shine On, the Stories Behind Every John Lennon Song 1970-1980 by Paul Du Noyer.
    London: Carlton., 1997 [contribution: help]
     
    B81. The Frank Zappa Compendium, Four Decades of Commentary, edited by Richard Kostelanetz.
    New York: Shermer Books [1994]. [“Frank Zappa”] [paperback]
     
    B82. Time Out Interviews 1968-1998. Edited by Frank Broughton.
    Harmondsworth: Penguin Books, 1998. [“Interview with The Clash”]
     
    B83. The Beatles Files by Andy Davis.
    London: Bramley Books, 1998. [ “Forword”] [hardback]
     
    B84a. The Beatles After the Break-Up, 1970-2001. By Keith Badman.
    London: Omnibus Press. [“Forword”] [hardback edition]
     
    B84b. The Beatles Diary, Volume 2: After the Beatles Break-Up, 1970-2001. By Keith Badman.
    London: Omnibus Press. [ “Forword”] [paperback]
     
    B85. Paul McCartney Paintings. [ed Wolfgang Suttner] Exhibition catalogue for the show “Paul McCartney Paintings” held at the Kunstforum Lÿz, Siegen, Germany, May 1 – July 25, 1999. Siegen: 1999. [In German. An English translation of all the text was inserted. Contributed “Exposure and Influences in the Paintings of Paul McCartney” and an interview with Paul McCartney.] Oversize art catalogue.
     
    B86. Time Out Book of New York Walks.
    Harmondsworth: Penguin, 2000 [“Eyeball Kicks” – Beat Generation New York.][paperback]
     
    B87. Paul McCartney. Paintings.
    Boston: Little, Brown and Co, 2000. [“Exposure and Influences in the Paintings of Paul McCartney.”][hardback w/dust wrapper]
     
    B88. Ginsberg In London, Photographs by John Hopkins.
    London: Andrew Sclanders, 2000. [“Forward”] One of 26 lettered copies only, signed by Hopkins and Miles. In a handmade portfolio by Cathy Roberts.
     
    B89. Days of Beatlemania: The Early Years.
    London: Mojo Special Edition, 2000. [“Paul Meets Jane”]
     
    B90. Days That Shook the World: the Psychedelic Beatles.
    London: Mojo Special Edition, 2000. [“John Meets Yoko”, “Paul Goes Underground”]
     
    B91. Days of Revolution: The Beatles Final Years.
    London, Mojo Special Edition, 2000. [contains: “The Launch of Apple Records”]
     
    B92. John Lennon.
    London: Mojo Special Edition number 9, 2000 [contains autobiographical statement + “Nemesis – Albert Goldman”]
     
    B93. Insight Guide: Southwest France
    London, APA Insight Guides, 2001. [“Romanesque Architecture.”4.
     
    B94. Drinking With Bukowski, Recollections of the Poet Laureate of Skid Row, edited by Daniel Weizmann.
    New York: Thunder’s Mouth Press, 2001. [“Bukowski at the Mic.”]
     
    B95. Beats á Paris, Paris und die Dichter de Beatgeneration 1957-1963. [photographs by Harold Chapman.]
    Hamburg and Düsseldorf: Edition Michael Kellner, Hamburg & OMC Düsseldorf. [Text in German with an English translation tipped in as an insert.] [“Harold Chapman – StraBenblicke” (“Taken On The Streets.)]
     
    B96. Sex, Drugs & Rock ‘n’ Roll edited by Jim Driver.
    London: Robinson, 2001. [“Clash of Interests”]
     
    B97a-. Naked Lunch by William Burroughs. The restored text edition. Edited by James Grauerholz and Barry Miles.
    New York: Grove, 2003. [“Editors’ Note” by Barry Miles and James Grauerholz.][hardback w/dust wrapper]
    [There are many editions of this in the USA and the UK, mostly paperback]
     
    B98. Brion Gysin, Tuning In To the Multimedia Age. London, Edited by Jose Ferez Kuri.
    London: Thames and Hudson in association with the Edmonton Art Gallery, Canada. [“The Inventive Mind of Brion Gysin.”]
     
    B99. The Sound and the Fury. 40 Years of Classic Rock Journalism.
    London: Bloomsbury. [“New York Dolled Up”] [paperback]
     
    B100. The Beatles, 10 Years That Shook The World. London. Edited Paul Trynka.
    London: Mojo/Dorling Kindersley. 2004. [“Brimful of Asher”; “The Real Acid Test”; “Going Underground”; “Your Move Yoko!”; “Strange Fruit”]
     
    B101. The High Times Reader. Edited by Annie Nocenti and Ruth Baldwin.
    New York: Nation Books, 2004. [“The untold, real, true, inside story of the Beatles’ Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.”]
     
    B102. Q Special Edition: Pink Floyd.
    London: Q magazine, [“Point Me at the Sky”] 2004
     
    B103. Counter Culture Collection.
    London: Virgin, 2005. [contains extract from Charles Bukowski.] [free sample chapters paperback]
     
    B104. Beat Collection edited by Barry Miles
    London: Virgin Books, 2005, [hardback w/dust wrapper] [contains long introduction by Miles]
     
    B105. Summer of Love. Art of the Psychedelic Era. Edited by Christoph Grunenberg.
    Liverpool: Tate Gallery Liverpool, 2005. [“At the Edge of Readability: the London Psychedelic School”]
     
    B106. The Rough Guide to Playlists.
    London: Rough Guides, 2005. [“Barry Miles Selects Frank Zappa”]
     
    B107a. 200 Trips from the Counterculture. Graphics and Stories from the Underground Press Syndicate by Jean-Francois Bizot.
    London. Thames & Hudson, 2006. [contributed the foreword.] Oversize paperback original [stiff cards]
     
    B107b. Free Press. Underground and Alternative Publications 1965-1975 by Jean-Francois Bizot.
    New York, Universe, 2006. [contributed the foreword] Oversize paperback original. American edition of “200 Trips” but with new title and new cover.
     
    B108. In Their Own Write
    [details to follow]
     
    B110. Riflemaker Becomes Indica.
    London: Riflemaker Gallery, 2006. [exhibition catalogue: contains quotes, many taken from In the Sixties, photographs, documents, etc.]
     
    B111. Walking the London Scene, Five Walks in the Footsteps of the Beat Generation, by Sydney R. Davies.
    Glasgow: Grimsay Press, 2006 [contains photographs and many references to Miles.]
     
    B112. The Art School Dance: Art Into Pop, Pop Into Art. Symposium at Tate Liverpool, 21 September. Liverpool: 2007. Programme. [contains biography, description of Miles archive, outline of talk, etc.]
     
     B113. Chelsea Hotel Manhattan by Joe Ambrose
    London: Headpress, 2007 [contains extracts from In The Sixties]
     
    B114. Futuresonic 2007
    Manchester: May 2007 [festival programme, contains outline Miles’s talk]
     
    B115. From the Hip. Photographs by John ‘Hoppy’ Hopkins 1960-66.
    Bologna, Italy: Daminani Editore. [essay: “Notting Hill Days’]
     
    B116. 4973: Berkeley Protest Posters 1970
    London: Francis Boutle / Maggs Bros, London, 2008. [“Radical Posters From Berkeley, California, 1970”]
     
    B117a. The McCartney Years.
    Essay in the booklet accompanying the three DVD boxed set of McCartney’s promotional videos. Los Angeles, Rhino R2285628  2008
     
    B117b. The McCartney Years.
    Essay in the booklet accompanying the three DVD boxed set of McCartney’s promotional videos. London, Warner Music Entertainment, 25264-69836-2   2008
     
    B118. Women by Charles Bukowski, Virgin, London, 2009. [ “Introduction”][paperback]
     
    B119a. Naked Lunch @ 50, Anniversary Essays, edited by Oliver Harris and Ian Macfadyen.
    Carbondale, Illinois: Southern Illinois University Press, 2009. [hardback] [contains: “The Naked Lunch In My Life”]
     
    B119b. Naked Lunch @ 50, Anniversary Essays, edited by Oliver Harris and Ian Macfadyen.
    Carbondale, Illinois: Southern Illinois University Press, 2009. [paperback] [contains: “The Naked Lunch In My Life”]
     
    B120. Stillsoho, Photographs by Carla Borel
    London: The French House, March 2009 [exhibition catalogue] [contributed introduction.]
     
    B121. Christine Keeler, My Life in Pictures
    London: The Mayor Gallery, 2010 [contributed: “Introduction. All I Wanted Was a Pound of Mandy Rice and What I Got Was a Keeler.”]
     
    B122. Bernard Stone’s Books
    London: Maggs Bros Catalogue 1456, London 2012 [contributed “Forword”]
     
    B123. Rock Photography Cover Art, From The Beatles to Post-Punk, edited by Paul Edwards
    Paris: Ouphopo Editeur, 2011 [contributed: “In conversation”] [proceedings of a conference held at the University of Paris] [one of 200 copies]
     
    B124. Sur La Rouite d’apres Jack Kerouac
    Paris: Trois Couleurs hors serie, 2012. [special edition on the film of On the Road] [contributions throughout text]
     
    B125. Cut-Ups, Cut-Ins, Cut-Outs: The Art of William S. Burroughs.
    Wien: Kunsthalle Wien, 2012 [contributed: “The Future Leaks Out: a Very Magical and Highly Charged Moment.”] [exhibition catalogue]
     
    B126a. London, Portrait of a City by Reuel Golden.
    Köln: Taschen. Oversize hardback. [contributed all the picture captions – i.e. more than half the book]
     
    B126b. London, Portrait of a City by Reuel Golden. 
    Köln: Taschen. [trade-size paperback]. [contributed all the picture captions – i.e. more than half the book]  
     
    B127. The Mammoth Book of the Rolling Stones  Edited by Sean Egan
    London: Constable and Robinson, 2013. [contributed “Mick Jagger International Times Interview”]
     
    B128. Power To the People, The Graphic Design of the Radical Press and the Rise of the Counter Culture, 1964-1974  Edited by Geoff Kaplan
    Chicago: University of Chicago, 2013 [hardback, illustrated][contributed cover blurb]
     
    B129. Trolleyology
    London: Trolley Books, 2013 [contributed “Trolley Books History”] [hardback, and in special custom cloth edition]
     
    B130. William S. Burroughs / Cut
    Karlsruhe, Germany: ZKM, 2013 [contributed photographs of WSB] [ltd edition of 1000 copies, paperback]
     
    B131. Kiss My Asbo by Alistair Fruish
    n.p [London]: Lepus, 2013 [paperback] [contributed cover blurb]
     
    B132. Raw Material by Jörg Fauser
    London: Clerkenwell Press, 2014. [contributed cover blurb] [paperback]
     
    B133. Nina Fowler. Works. London: Dadiani Fine Art. [exhibition catalogue  25 November 2014-31 January 2015] [contributed “Nina Mae Fowlker: Cracks in the Carapace of Fame.”] 
     
    B134. Epiphanies, Life Changing Encounters With Music Edited by Tony Herrington
    London: Strange Attractor /Wire, 2015. [contributed: “Barry Miles On Experiencing The Beatles’ Group Mind And Studio Smarts Firsthand.” [paperback]
     
    B135. Chipman’s African Adventure by Jim Anderson
    Bellingen, NSW: 2015. [paperback] [contributed cover blurb]
     
    B136. International Poetry Reincarnation. Programme of the poetry festival at the Roundhouse, 30 May 2015. [contributes: “World Declaration Hot Peace Shower” ] reprinted from In the Sixties.
      
    B137. The Groucho Club: Our First 30 Years, London: Preface – Penguin Random House / The Groucho Club, 2015 [contributed an untitled piece on Allen Ginsberg at The Groucho Club, p. 215]
     
    B138. Nina Mae Fowler, Measuring Elvis. London. The Cob Gallery, 2015 [contributed ‘Cracks in the Carapace’ p.180]

    C: [Periodical Appearances]

    1956
    C1 The Cirencesterian. Summer. [by B. Miles, 2B] [“The Old Canal”].
    [magazine of Cirencester Grammar School]
     
    1960
    C2 Tree. Cheltenham, July. [edited and contributed: “editorial” [with Barry Lohan] “A Cyclic Fragment”, Two Poems: “A Cut Up”, “Prose Passage from City”]
     
    1961
    C3 Tree 2. Cheltenham, [edited and contributed: “The Monster” [cut-up], “Their Memories”] 
     
    1963
    C4 Slate 2. October 11. [magazine of Gloucestershire College of Art.][ “How To Undress a Painting.”] 
     
    1964
    C5 Teamwork, West Indian Affairs. v2. 19. March [designed cover]
     
    C6 Night Train London, May [co-edited]
     
    C7 Horde 1. December. [co-edited with Johnny Byrne, Lee Harwood and Roger Jones [ “Hill Street Poem No. 2” and designed and drew cover.] 
     
    C8 Link, Cheltenham, June 1964 [contributed: “How To Undress a Painting”] 
     
    1965
    C9 Long Hair 1. [edited: contributed cover drawing]
     
    C10 The London Magazine, v5.7 October 1965. [Letter to the editor.]
     
    C11 Isis 1497. Oct 20. Oxford. [ “Further Indications” – interview written as a news article]
     
    C12 Origins Diversions 9. Sutton, Surrey. Jan 1965 [Letter to the editor]
     
    C13 Tzarad [1] London  August [“Character Armouring Is The Enemy of Art”]
     
    C14 Poetmeat 9/10  Blackburn, Lancs. summer  [contributed: “This is not an advertisement, this is not an advert, this appears to be some kind of notes about Better Books.”]
     
    1966
    C15 The Global Moon Edition Long Hair Times
    [co-edited with Hoppy] [for-runner to International Times, April 1966 to coincide with the CND Aldermaston March.]
     
    C16 International Times 1. October 14. [column: “The Emerging Scene”]
     
    C17 International Times 2. October 28. [literary column: “Miles”]
     
    C18 International Times 3. November 14. [column: “Fulcrum Press”; review: “The Penguin John Lennon.”]
     
    C19 International Times 4. November 28. [artwork Badge Boutique ad.]
     
    C20 International Times 5. December 12. [artwork Indica ad.]
     
    1967
    C21 International Times 6. January 16. [“Miles Interviews Paul McCartney”]
     
    C22 The Paper v11,13. Jan 23, East Lancing, Michigan. [“The Turned on Beatle an interview with Paul McCartney”]
     
    C23 International Times 7. January 30. [column: “UFO”; artwork Indica ad.]
     
    C24 International Times 8. February 13. [“Miles Interviews Pete Townshend”
     
    C25 The Fifth Estate v1 No 24. Feb 15. [Detroit] [“The Turned On Beatle: Miles Interviews Paul McCartney.”]
     
    C26 Berkeley Barb v4.5 issue 77. Feb 3 [“Inside Paul McCartney.”], 
     
    C27 International Times 10. March 13. [artwork Indica ad.]
     
    C28 International Times 10.5 [Easter, emergency issue] [“News”, police raid on Indica] 
     
    C29 The Royal’s World Countdown v2. 7 [“Paul McCartney Interview”]
     
    C30 Pianeta Fresco 2/3. Milano, spring. [“McCartney Interview”] [Italian, designed Ettore Sotsass]
     
    C31 Image. London Spring. [“Wilhelm Reich – Early Work”]
     
    C32 New Statesman February 24, [letter: “Psychodelphic Oracles.”]
     
    C33 International Times 11. April 21. [column “East Village Other”; “Miles Talks to a Holly” (Graham Nash)]
     
    C34 East Village Other, May 15. [London column about 14 Hour Technicolor Dream]
     
    C35 International Times 13. May 19. [“The Way Out Is In: Miles Interviews George Harrison”; (statement with others) “Censorship Backlash Backlash”] 
     
    C36 Monterey International Pop Festival  program. as The Royal’s World Countdown v2.10 [“The Way Out Is In , Miles Interviews George Harrison” Part 1]
     
    C37 The Royal’s World Countdown. v2.11 Hollywood. [“The Way Out Is In, Miles Interviews George Harrison.” Part 2] 
     
    C38 Hit Week. 37. June 1. [Amsterdam]  [“Interview Met Paul McCartney.”] 
     
    C39 Hit Week  38, June 9. [Amsterdam]  [“Interview met Paul McCartney.”] 
     
    C40 Hit Week 41, Juni 30. [Amsterdam] [“George Harrison Interview: Interview met de stille Beatle.”]
     
    C41 Hit Week 42, July 7, [Amsterdam] [“George Harrison Interview: Interview met de stille Beatle”]
     
    C42 Love 2. Copenhagen. Oktober, [George Harrison interview]
     
    C43 Bazaar 1, Mars 10,  Stockholm [“Miles Intervjuar Paul McCartney.”]
     
    C44 International Times 14. June 2. [artwork Indica ad.]
     
    C45 International Times 15. June 16. [“Censorshit Backlash Three”; artwork Indica ad]
     
    C46 International Times 16. June 30. [column “Miles Trip”; artwork (with Paul McCartney) “This Is An Ad For Indica.”]
     
    C47 The Fifth Estate v2 No 7. July 1. [Detroit] [“George Harrison Interview”].
     
    C48 International Times 17. July 28. [column: “Objections to the Third World”
     
    C49 International Times 18, August 31. [‘Miles’ literary column]
     
    C50 Vogue Sept 1, “Views and Reviews” [a monthly column w/changing contributors] [about psychedelic posters]
     
    C51 International Times 22. December 15. [uncredited contributions to news section.]
     
    1968
    C52 International Times 23. Janaury 5. [‘Miles’ literary column]
     
    C53 International Times 24. January 19. [“Haiku, Babylon, Karma, Vision, Times. Book News” – uncredited]
     
    C54 East Village Other v3.8 January 26, [column: “L5O2N8D0ON”]
     
    C55 International Times 26. February 16. [“Mararishi and Me” by Allen Ginsberg, based on letter from AG to M for publication]
     
    C56 International Times 27. March 8. [“Design for Positive Effectiveness” essay]
     
    C57 East Village Other v3.17 March 29, [column: “London”]
     
    C58 International Times 29. April 29. [“UFO is Dead, Long Live UFO”]
     
    C59 International Times 30. May 8. [designed wraparound cover collage]
     
    C60 International Times 31. May 17. [“Jagger Interview”; “Miles” album review column.]
     
    C61 International Times 33. June 14. [“Miles” literary column]
     
    C62 Open City 57. Los Angeles, June 21, [“I Can’t Say ‘Fuck Off’” Mick Jagger  interview]
     
    C63 International Times 34. June 28. [“USA review; “Pyramid Perspective”– essay; record reviews]
     
    C64 Superlove 9.  Juli.  Copenhagen [“Jagger” [interview reprinted from IT]
     
    C65 International Times 35. July 12. [“Miles” literary column; “Lumpy Gravy” Zappa]
     
    C66 International Times 36. July 26 [“From the Waste Land” music; “Soft & Naked” WSB review; Pink Floyd “Saucerful” and other reviews. “More to Read” Literary column]
     
    C67 International Times 37. August 9 [“Literary Things” column; music reviews]
     
    C68 International Times 38. August 23. [“Literary Things” column; “The Phragmented Philosophy” essay]
     
    C69 Book Collecting and Library Monthly 5. London, September 1968 [“Notes On Compiling A Bibliography of William S. Burroughs” 
     
    C70 International Times 39. September 6. [“The Doors”; “Literary Things” column; “Music Notes” reviews.]
     
    C71 International Times 40. September 20 [“Zap Zap Total Assaut” Fugs; “Apple Blossom” Music; “Literary Things” column; book review]
     
    C72 International Times 41. October 4. [“Literary Things” column; “Cheap Thrills” review]
     
    C73 International Times 42. October 18. [“Literary Things” column; “Zappa”]
     
    C74 International Times 43. November 1. [“Music From the Electric Century” essay]
     
    C75 Teaspoon Door v1. 13. San Diego  Nov 8, [“Cheap Thrills” reviews of Big Brother, Deep Purple, Fever Tree and Rolling Stones Street Fighting Man. reprinted from IT.] 
     
    C76 International Times 44. November 15. [“Magic Music, Nova Music and Pink” essay; “Things Literary” column]
     
    C77 International Times 45. November 29. [“The Doctor & the Captain”; “Things Literary” column; music reviews; “Multi-purpose Beatle Music”]
     
    C78 International Times 46. December 13. [“Literary Things” column; “Bugger Britain Buy Imports” reviews; “The 1955 Zappa”]
     
    1969
    C79 International Times 47. January 1. [“Literary Things” column; “Big O”; “Deviants”; “Super Group Stills Nash Crosby” article; “Taylor’s First”]
     
    C80 International Times 48. January 17. [“Lit Bits” column; “Pop” reviews]
     
    C81 International Times 49. January 31. [“Lit Bits” column; Buddy Miles review; “Invisible Insurrection” Burroughs.]
     
    C82 Rolling Stone 26. San Francisco,  Feb 1, [“Happiest Sounds You Ever Heard” Crosby Stills and Nash.]
     
    C83 International Times 50. February 14. [“From the Ergot Fields”; music reviews; “Things Literary” column]
     
    C84 International Times 50. February 14. [“From the Ergot Fields”; music reviews; “Things Literary” column]
     
    C85 Fusion 27. Boston. Feb 20, [“John and Yoko, Give ‘em a chance”]
     
    C86 International Times 51. February 28. [“Rape, Bad Karma, Pollution, Mugging, Swamp New York: Seek Spare Change” article]
     
    C87 Circuit 7, Spring. [“The Class, a space mythology”]
     
    C88 International Times 52.  March 14. [“Internal Combustion City Has No Legs, No Weather” article]
     
    C89 International Times 53.  March 28. [“It’s All Over On Haight Street” article; “Love to Sarah In Hospital” graphic (my secretary); record reviews]
     
    C90 International Times 54. April 11. [“Sounds” record review section]
     
    C91 International Times 55. April 25. [“Two Thirds Nice” interview Keith Emerson, Lee Jackson; “Mantra Rock” essay; “Sounds” record review section; “Merry Acid Prank” Wolfe book review]
     
    C92 International Times 56. May 9. [“The Who: Tommy”; “Frank Zappa Versus the Teenage Archetypal American Theme (Part 6)” article; “Sounds” music review section; uncredited literary column]
     
    C93 International Times 57. May 23. [“Tommy, The Who. Townshend Interview Part 1”; “Sounds” music reviews.]
     
    C94 Aum June. v5.5  Hollywood, CA. [“Zapple”] 
     
    C95 Superlove 20, Juni. Copenhagen. [“The Nice.”]
     
    C96 AD 6 Architectural Design. June. “Treasure Island” seelcted people’s favourite buildings.  29. [“Barry Miles. British Museum Reading Room.”]
     
    C97 International Times 58. June 13. [“Pete Talks About Tommy” (Townshend Interview Part 2); “Sounds” record reviews.]
     
    C98 Mayfair v4.5  July  [contributed: “The Naked Ambush” [as Charles Lohan]]
     
    C99 International Times 59. July 4. [“Sounds” music reviews]
     
    C100 International Times 61. August 1. [“Letter From America” (uncredited as IT was doing an anonymous writer thing); “Sounds” record reviews (uncredited)
     
    C101 International Times 62. August 15. [“Discs” review section (anon)]
     
    C102 International Times 63. August 29. [“ZappaRap” interview; “Sounds” reviews]
     
    C103 Fusion Sept 5, Boston  [“Interview Zappa”]
     
    C104 East Village Other v4.41 September 10, [“Bob Dylan at the Isle of Wight Music Festival”]
     
    C105 International Times 64.  September 12. [“Bob Dylan at the Isle of Wight Music Festival”; “Discs” reviews]
     
    C106 International Times 65. September 26. [“Discs” reviews]
     
    C107 Zigzag Oct 6, [:“It’s the Blimp, It’s the Blimp. Captain Beefheart”]
     
    C108 Intrepid 14/15 Buffalo  [“On Burroughs” in the Special Burroughs Issue.]
     
    C109 Running Man v1. 3/4/5 London. [“An Act of Obscene Publications”] 
    C110 International Times 66. October 10. [“Sounds” reviews include Deviants]
     
    C111 International Times 67. November 6. [“Jack Kerouac Dies in Florida”]
     
    C112 International Times 68. November 21. [“Outback Feedput Sounds” reviews]
     
    C113 International Times 69. [“Discs” reviews]
     
    1970
    C114 Mayfair v4.11 January [“Sleeping Business Partners” (as Charles Lohan)]
     
    C115 Georgia Straight Vancouver Jan 7, [“Zappa Rap, Goodbye Mothers.” [reprinted from IT] [G.S. Pop Supplement]
     
    C116 International Times 71. January 14. [“MusicIt” reviews]
     
    C117 Kaleidoscope, Milwaukee, Wisc. Jan 16,  v2.25 issue 51 [“Lennon: Only Interested in Pure Sound.”]
     
    C118 International Times 72. January 28. [“Charles Olson”; “Disques” reviews; “American Collage: Nathan’s Hotdogs Reach Hollywood; Rats; The Jefferson Airplane”]
     
    C119 International Times 73. February 12. [“Notes on Clark Hutchinson”; “Timothy Leary, the Politics of Ecstasy”]
     
    C120 International Times 74. February 27. [Edited issue. contributed: “Alice’s Restaurant film review”; “24 Hour City” article; album reviews.]
     
    C121 International Times 76. March 27. [“Cut Up the Word, the Original Hamburger Mary Speaks!” review of Gysin’s Process; album reviews]
     
    C122 Arts Lab Newsletter 7. April, [reprints a section from “Rebirth of Joy”]
     
    C123 International Times 77. April 9. [“The Mothers of Invention, their Achievements and Last Albums”; album reviews]
     
    C124 International Times 78. April 24. [“ISB concert review”; “Gary Snyder versus Miles” article; album reviews.]
     
    C125 Circular v2. 10  Warner Bros. Burbank. May 15. [“John and Beverley Martin”]
     
    C126 Crawdaddy. Vol IV. No 6 NYC  May [“McCartney’s Misgivings.”] 
     
    C127 Crawdaddy. Vol IV. No 7 NYC  June 1, [“Mother’s Day with the Mothers Frank Zappa”]
     
    C128 Crawdaddy. Vol IV. No 8 NYC June 8, [“The Process of Beatlification”]
     
    C129 Crawdaddy. Vol IV. No 9. June 22, [“Crosby Stills Nash and Young, Naked In New York”]
     
    C130 Crawdaddy. Vol IV. No 14. August. [“From the Marquee to the Met: Watching the Who”]
     
    C131 International Times 89. October 8. [“Leary: letter from Hiding” article]
     
    1971
    C132 International Times 96. January 28. [“Zappa: 200 Motels. File Under Popular” interview]
     
    C133 Changes v2.22  New York, March 1, [“Zappa on 200 Motels”]
     
    C134 International Times 100. March 25. [article on women’s liberation, page 11, but the title and byline were accidentally left off]
     
    1973
     
    C135 Hot Ratz Times v1.3. Zurich, 1973. [“Frank Zappa Versus the Teenage America Architypal Theme (Part Two)”]
     
    C136 International Times 145. January 11. [ “Lost In the Ozone”]
     
    C137 International Times 147.  February 9. [“The Instant Imortality Racket”]
     
    C138 International Times 148. [“They Simper At Times” article on NY Dolls]
     
    C139 International Times 150. March 22. [“Lettuce Boycott” article on Chavez]
     
    C140 International Times 151. April 5. [“Leary Floating Free” article]
     
    C141 International Times 157.  June 28. [“Do Bears Shit In the Woods?”]
     
    C142 International Times 158.  July 12. [“Baba Ram Dass Says ‘Have a Nice Day’; “Miles’s New York Report”]
     
    C143 Village Voice Oct 11, [“Too Much Dharma Spoils the Karma, Buddhist Seminar.”]
     
    1974
    C144 Time Out 213 March 29, 1974 [book review: “The Exterminator!” by William Burroughs]
     
    C145 International Times v2.1 May. [“A Day In The Wilhelm Reich Museum”]
     
    1975
    C146 Bananas 1, January  [“Eras are written into existence”] 
     
    C147 Bananas  2, early summer [“Burroughs on Guns, Charles Olson.”] 
     
    C148 Claridad. 790, San Juan, Puerto Rico June 14, [interview: “Agee habla para Puerto Rico.” Interview with Philip Agee by Miles, attributed to Ann Buchanan.]
     
    C149 New Musical Express [NME] 27 Sept [“Dylan does his first radio interview in ten years…”]
     
    C150 New Musical Express [NME] 4 Oct [“They’re even rockin’ in Cuba.”]
     
    C151 New Musical Express [NME] 18 Oct [“Jimi Hendrix, Crash Landing”]
     
    C152 New Musical Express [NME] 25 Oct [“Edgar Froese: Epsilon in Malaysian Pale”]
     
    C153 Morning Star November 12, [“That Little Bit extra” review Hector Lavoe Orchestra at the Nashille Rooms.]
     
    C154 New Musical Express [NME] 15 Nov [“He’s So Fine” Loggins & Messina]
     
    C155 New Musical Express [NME] 22 Nov [“Frank and the Captain”; “Gong at Imperial College”; “Hector LaVoe Orchestra at the Nashville”]
     
    C156 The Coldspring Journal 6. Cherry Valley, NY, March. [Introduction to “The Last Interview in Black and White” Miles and Victor Bockris interview Claude Pelieu and Mary Beach.]
     
    C157 New Musical Express [NME] 29 Nov [“T. Dream by Miles” (interview); “Tangerine Dream, Ricochet”]
     
    C158 Time Out 323. [Review: Willard and his Bowling Trophies, by Richard Brautigan] [Dec 1975?] 
     
    C159 New Musical Express [NME] 6 Dec [“Dylan, Old Pals Revisited”; “Linda Lewis, ‘Not a little girls anymore’; “Osibisa/Moon at Imperial College”][Also long quote from NME article in Tangerine Dream ad]
     
    C160 New Musical Express [NME] 20 Dec [“Secret Oyster, Sea Sun”; “Banco at the Marquee”]
     
    C161 New Musical Express [NME] 27 Dec [“Vangelis, Heaven and Hell”; “ELO, Face the Music”; “Linda Lewis at Ronnie Scott’s”]
     
    1976
    C162 New Musical Express [NME] 3 Jan  [“Van Dyke Parks, Clang of the Yankee Reaper”; “Kraan, Let it out”; “Someone Gave Eno a Record Label for Christmas”; “Beefheart / Zappa retrospective”; “The Strawbs at the New Victoria”]
     
    C163 New Musical Express [NME] 10 Jan [“Hot Tuna, Yellow Fever”; “A Letter from Eno and Miles’s reply”]
     
    C164 New Musical Express [NME] 17 Jan [“The Kinks, Cowboys in Disgrace”]
     
    C165 New Musical Express [NME] 24 Jan [“Decameron in Greenwich”]
     
    C166 New Musical Express [NME] 31 Jan  [“Ron Geesin at the Cockpit”; “Kraftwerk, Exceller8”; “Clearlight, Forever Blowing Bubbles”; “The Fania Allstars live (album).]+ 2 credited news-stories in the Thrills section.
     
    C167 New Musical Express [NME] 7 Feb [“Carole King, Thoroughbred”; “Henry Cow at LSE”]
     
    C168 New Musical Express [NME] 14 Feb [“Julie Tippett, Sunset Glow”; “The Salsoul Orchestra”; “Frip and Eno, Evening Star”; “It’s skinny, it’s dangerous, and it drinks cheap Spanish wine” feature on the Fania All Stars.]
     
    C169 New Musical Express [NME] 21 Feb [“Blood Sweat & Tears Greatest Hits”; “Vangelis at the Albert Hall”
     
    C170 New Musical Express [NME] 28 Feb [“Leon Redbone, On the Track”; Maria Muldaur, Sweet Harmony”; “National Health at the LSE”]
     
    C171 New Musical Express [NME] 7 March [“Kate and Anna McGarrigle”; “Julie Tippetts at Kings College”
     
    C172 Race and Class vXVII.4  Spring 1976. [Book Review of  “Notes on the Puerto Rican Revolution” by Gordon K. Lewis]
     
    C173 New Musical Express [NME] 3 April [“Kevin Ayers, Revived 35” interview
     
    C174 New Musical Express [NME] 10 April [“Gong at the Hammersmith Odeon”]
     
    C175 New Musical Express [NME] 17 April [“Archive Fun, Velvets”; “The Enid, in the region of the summer stars”]
     
    C176 New Musical Express [NME] 24 April [“Dylan’s first tape, an archive fun special”]
     
    C177 New Musical Express [NME] 1 May [“Kevin Ayers, Odd Ditties”; Kevin Coyne, New London Theatre Drury Lane.”]
     
    C178 New Musical Express [NME] 15 May [“Games For May, early history of the Pink Floyd”; “Mallard, Mallard”]
     
    C179 New Musical Express [NME] 22 May [“At Last, the Lower Manhattan Show” interview Patti Smith; “Attitudes, Attitudes”; “Caravanseraighton: Caravan, Blind Dog at St Dunstans””]
     
    C180 New Musical Express [NME] 5 June [“Elton John, Here and There”; Wigwam, the Lucky Golden Stripes and Stars” ; “Mechanical Giants still Make it” Gentle Giant; “The Outlaws” Charlton festival report by NME regulars.]
     
    C181 New Musical Express [NME] 12 June [“Go Go Go …  Stomu B. Goode” Interview Stomu Yamashta and Stevie Winwood”; “J.A. and the New Rock Books”]
     
    C182 New Musical Express [NME] 19 June [“This could be the Genesis of something big” Genesis at Hammersmith Odeon”]
     
    C183 New Musical Express [NME] 26 June [“Tangerine Dream at the Royal Albert Hall”]
     
    C184 Soft Need 9.  [Introduction to “The Last Interview in Black and White” Miles and Victor Bockris interview Claude Pelieu and Mary Beach.] Bonn, Spring.
     
    C185 New Musical Express [NME] 3 July [“Soft Machine at Hammersmith Palace”; Tangerine Dream, Zeit”; “Number one with a bullet”; “Yes, it’s make it or break it time again” (interview Kevin Ayers)]; “Southerly Last Summer” (interview with The Outlaws)]
     
    C186 New Musical Express [NME] 17 July [“James Taylor, In the Pocket”; “Back Street Crawler, Lyceum Ballroom”]
     
    C187 New Musical Express [NME] 24 July  [“Leaving Coffins Outside Dressingrooms Is Sick” Interview with Backstreet Crawler’s Terry Slesser ; “Next Noel Coward Limbers Up” Kevin Ayers, Yes we have no Mananas”; Karlheinz Stockhausen, Ceylon Bird of Passage”; “Automatic Men at the Marquee”]
     
    C188 New Musical Express [NME] 31 July [“Automatic Man” (interview and gig review at the Marquee); “Kiss Me till my mouth gets numb” (interview with the McGarrigle Sisters); “Daevid Allen with Euterpe, Good Morning”; “Kraan, live”; “Al DeMiola, Land of the Midnite Sun”]
     
    C189 New Musical Express [NME] 7 Aug [“Henry Cow, Concerts”; “Landscape at the 100 Club”]
     
    C190 New Musical Express [NME] 14 Aug  [“Entire Population of China, at the Hope & Anchor”]
     
    C191 New Musical Express [NME] 21 Aug  [“LA v JA, Linda Ronstadt Bounces Back” (Hasten down the wind)]
     
    C192 New Musical Express [NME] Sept 11 [“Can, unlimited edition”; “The Enid, at the Marquee”]
     
    C193 New Musical Express [NME] 18 Sept [“Ooop shoop shoo-be doop …” [with Roy Carr] (large feature on doo-wop);”Passport, Infinity Machine”; “Mallard Takes Off,” Mallard at the Roundhouse; “Can Even John Reid Help Kevin Ayers to Stardom?” Kevin Ayers and Soft Machine at Edinburgh Playhouse” (interview)]
     
    C194 New Musical Express [NME] 25 Sept [“Last year cocaine, this year politics” (with Max Bell); “Linda Lewis, two originals”; ]
     
    C195 New Musical Express [NME] 2 Oct [“Vangelis, Albedo 0.39”;  “Arlo Guthrie, Amigo”; “Rusty & Doug Kershaw, Louisiana Man”; “Hank Williams, Live at the Grand Ol Opry”
     
    C196 Bananas 6 autumn [“Meeting Allen Ginsberg”, “Bathroom Notes”(on Burroughs) ]
     
    C197-198-199  Sunday Times Magazine Oct 5, 12 and 19, 1976 [contributed to “The Rock Report,” three part series, contributed unknown number of entries]
     
    C200 New Musical Express [NME] 9 Oct [“Bonnie Bramlett, Lady’s Choice” “Vangelis, L’Apocalypse des Animaux”; “BeBop Delux, Miles witnesses Peerless Display” (at Hammersmith Odeon)
     
    C201 New Musical Express [NME] 16 Oct [“Krautwerk: This is what your fathers fought to save you from…” Kraftwerk / National Health at the Roundhouse.”; “Hawkwind / Tiger at Hammersmith”]
     
    C202 New Musical Express [NME] 23 Oct [“Fania All Stars, Delicate & Jumpy”]
     
    C203 New Musical Express [NME] 6 Nov [“The Moon, The Stars, and Ouzo and Thee… Miles and Vangelis” (Interview); “Rock Against Racism”; “Cannibalism at Clash Gig” (Clash at ICA)
     
    C204 New Musical Express [NME] 13 Nov [“Montrose, Jump on it”; “American Flyer, American Flyer”; “Radical Box: Henry Cow, Southend”]
     
    C205 New Musical Express [NME] 20 Nov [“Beefheart Discovers World’s Greatest Band Sensation”; “Cher, I’d rather believe in you”]
     
    C206 New Musical Express [NME] 27 Nov [“Zing go the strings of my art” (Miles interviews Brian Eno – cover story); “Bobby Rydell, best of”; “John Otway, Miles gets to grip with the Aylesbury Anarchists” (Dunstable)]
     
    C207 New Musical Express [NME] 4 Dec [“Miles Scoops the Poop on Uncle Frank” (Zappa interview); “Grinderswitch, Pullin’ Together”; “Keith Christmas, Stories from the Human Zoo”; “Masrshall Tucker, Bonnie Bramlett, Grinderswitch, at Hammersmith”; “Miles finds the Jess Roden Band in fine form” (Drury Lane)]
     
    C208 New Musical Express [NME] 11 Dec [“Eighteen Flight Rock, and the sound of the Westway” (interview with the Clash); “Tangerine Dream, Paris”; “Heart in Oxford (interview)]
     
    C209 New Musical Express [NME] 18 Dec [“Destabilization, that’s the name of the game. The CIA in Jamaica (with Neil Spencer); “God Flows From Every Mouth” (interview with Carlos Santana); “Split Enz in Brighton”]
     
    C210 New Musical Express [NME] 25 Dec [“Get Down, Get With It, and Get Closer: Rock Against Racism, Royal College of Art”]
     
    1977
    C211 New Musical Express [NME] 1 Jan [contributed many of the quotes in the “Best of On the Town from 1976” section
     
    C212 Time Out  356. Jan 14, [review “The Hawkline Monster” by Richard Brautigan.]
     
    C213 New Musical Express [NME] 15 Jan [“Wet pumps down Boogie Street” Status Quo in Stafford.]
     
    C214 New Musical Express [NME] 22 Jan [“Not only the whole story of rock but a killer whale too…” (Alberto & Lost Trios Paranoias); Pasadena Roof Orchestra, Isn’t it Romantic”; “Kaz Lux and Jan Akkerman, Eli”. “The Surprise Sisters at the Rock Garden”; “Salt at the Marquee”]
     
    C215 New Musical Express [NME] 29 Jan [“Floyd in Barnyard Takeover”]
     
    C216 New Musical Express [NME] 5 Feb [“Gong, Gazeuse”; “Allan Holdsworth, Velvet Darkness”; “Phil Ochs, Chords of Fame”; “David Bedford at the Royal Festival Hall”]
     
    C217 New Musical Express [NME] Feb 12 [review of Burlesque]
     
    C218 New Musical Express [NME] 19 Feb [“Torture Mama & the Open Brain” (Zappa at Hammersmith); “Ultravox at the Nashville Rooms”]
     
    C219 New Musical Express [NME] 12 March [“Newbeats, Bread and Butter”]
     
    C220 New Musical Express [NME] 26 March [“ ‘Truck store drug drivin’ person returns” (Roger McGuinn’s Thunderbyrd in NYC); “Window at the Golden Lion”
     
    C221 New Musical Express [NME] 2 April [“Great Feats of Outside People. Gentle Giant at Avery Fisher Hall, NYC”; “Flying Hearts at the Other End, NYC”; “Talking Heads at CBGBs”; “Alex Chilton at CBGBs”.]
     
    C222 New Musical Express [NME] 9 April [“The Mumps at Max’s, NYC”]
     
    C223 Time Out 368 April 15, [review of Sombrero Fallout by Richard Brautigan.]
     
    C224 New Musical Express [NME] 16 April [“Sex Kitten sharpens claws…” Blondie at Max’s] 
     
    C225 Musik Express 7. Juli. [contributed: “Laser-Trip durch Amerika. Tangerine Dream.”]
     
    C226 New Musical Express [NME] 23 April [“This is a Minimalist Headline… Miles looks at New York Hot Shots Talking Heads”
     
    C227 New Musical Express [NME] 30 April [“Klause Schulze at the London Planetarium”;  “The Dead Boys at CBGBs”; “McLaughlin Goes Decadent. John McLaughlin and Shakti in NYC”] 
     
    C228 New Musical Express [NME] 21 May [“Ratledge scores for Lib”; “Beatle Freak: Lennon Talks”; “Dead End Kids at Shuffles, Glasgow”]
     
    C229 New Musical Express [NME] 2 July [“For Dylanologists only… otherwise v. boring”]
     
    C230 New Musical Express [NME] 9 July [“US Punk Mecca Hippie Origins Discovered”]
     
    C231 New Musical Express [NME] 16 July [“Stones: Got duff chord changes if you want”; “The 120 Decibel dream: warning, this page is heavy”
     
    C232 New Musical Express [NME] 23 July [“Floyd Blow up cars as fans lob fireworks.” Pink Floyd at Madison Square Garden, NYC. ; “Willie the Mink: street elite, just cruisin’ on the neat beat.” Mink de Ville at the Bottom Line, NYC.]
     
    C233 Traveler’s Digest. v1.1 Summer 1977 [“Aboard the Concorde”]
     
    C234 New Musical Express [NME] 6 Aug. [“Roll over, Rimbaud” Patti Smith at the Village Gate, NYC; “Little River Band” in Central Park.]
     
    C235 New Musical Express [NME] 13 Aug [“Just Another Tough ‘n’ Render Street Poet Outta New Yawk” Mink de Ville cover story.]
     
    C236 New Musical Express [NME] 20 Aug [“BT Express at the Felt Forum, NYC”]
     
    C237 New Musical Express [NME] 27 Aug [“Nils Lofgren, Johnny Winter in Dallas, Texas.”]
     
    C238 New Musical Express [NME] 3 Sept [“Ash Ra in Regent’s Park”]
     
    C239 New Musical Express [NME] 17 Sept [“After the Fire in Bristol”]
     
    C240 International v4. 1 Autumn 1977. [“Bowie, another view.”] 
     
    C241 New Musical Express [NME] 8 Oct [“NME Consumers’ Guide to the 70s” w/ Nick Logan and Dick Tracy.]
     
    C242 New Musical Express [NME] 15 Oct [“Ramones Schemexclusive”; “NME Consumers’ Guide to the 70s” w/ Nick Logan and Dick Tracy part two.]
     
    C243 New Musical Express [NME] 22 Oct [“NME Consumers’ Guide to the 70s” w/ Nick Logan and Dick Tracy part three.]
     
    C244 New Musical Express [NME] 29 Oct [“NME Consumers’ Guide to the 70s” w/ Nick Logan and Dick Tracy part four.]
     
    C245 New Musical Express [NME] 26 November [“LA Folksy cool for cool folk” Karla Bonoff at the Bottom Line]; “Dwight Twilley Band at the Bottom Line”]
     
    C246 New Musical Express [NME] 10 Dec [“Renaldo Zimmerman and the Cubist Movie” ]
     
    C247 New Musical Express [NME] 17 Dec [“Dylan for far East bash but not Europe”]
     
    C248 New Musical Express [NME] 24 Dec [“Live from Fort Worth, Texas, Johnny Winter Talks to Miles”]
     
    C249 Traveler’s Digest v1.2 Winter 1977 [“I Was In Cuba”] 
     
    C250 Socialist Challenge. Dec 15, [“Presley Died When He Joined the Army”]
     
    1978
    C251 Time Out. 452, December 15-21 [“The Clash, Guerrillas In Retreat?]
     
    C252 New Musical Express [NME] 7 Jan [“Andy Pratt at the Bottom Line, NYC” and “Joanie returns as Bobby, Joan Baez at Hammersmith Odeon.]
     
    C253 New Musical Express [NME] 14 Jan [“Iggy meets poet for loft rub out” (Ginsberg)]
     
    C254 New Musical Express [NME]  25 Feb [“Roll over Wordsworth Extravaganza” Wilko etc at the Roundhouse.]
     
    C255 New Musical Express [NME] 4 March [“Is everybody feelin’ all RIGHT? (Geddit?)] [interview with Rush]
     
    C256 New Musical Express [NME] 11 March [“Alex Harvey at the London Palladium”]
     
    C257 New Musical Express [NME] 1 April [“Gloria Mundi at the Marquee”]
     
    C258 New Musical Express [NME] 8 April [“Cheap Trick at the Roundhouse”]
     
    C259 New Musical Express [NME] 20 May [“Hands Across the Water”]
     
    C260 New Musical Express [NME] 3 June [“Gloria Mundi’s Encounter Group Therapy”]
     
    C261 New Musical Express [NME] 17 June [“Grace Slick’s Super Starship”]
     
    C262 New Musical Express [NME] 24 June  [“Sweets to trip your taste buds”]
     
    C263 New Musical Express [NME] 1 July [“The Lonesome Death of Emmett Grogan”]
     
    C264 New Musical Express [NME] 2 Sept [“Vee hav vays of makink you experiment’ (on Ultravox).]
     
    1979
    C265 Time Out. 461 February 16-22 [“They Can’t Keep Time In Helsinki” article & interview w/Frank Zappa.]
     
    C266 CBS News. Feb 16, [“Sheik Yer Frank”]
     
    C267-292  Time Out. 469, April 13-19; 470, April 20-26; 471, April 27-May 3; 472, May 4-10; 473, May 11-17; 474, May 18-24; 475, May 25-31; 476, June 1-7; 477, June 8-14; 478, June 15-21; 479, June 22-28; 480, June 29-July 5; 481, July 5-12; 482, July 13-19; 483, July 20-26; 484, July 27-August 2; 485, August 3-9, 486, August 10-16; 487, August 17-23; 488, August 24-30; 489, August 31-September 6; 490, September 7-13; 491, September 14-20; 492, September 21-27; 493, September 28-October 4; 494, October 5-11; 495, October 12-18; 496, October 19-25; 497, October 26-November 1. [edited the magazine] [26 issues]
     
    C293 Time Out 481, July 5-12 [“Instant Entertainment” article on pre-recorded videos.] 
     
    C294 CBS News. Aug 24. [“Slow Train Coming. . . Bob Dylan.”] 
     
    C295 Intervision catalogue [August] [“Instant Entertainment” reprinted from Time Out]
     
    C296 High Times 50. October. [“How The Beatles Turned On The World, the True Story of Sgt Pepper”]
     
    C297 New Musical Express [NME] 12 May 1979. [“Letter to the editor”]
     
    1980
    C298 New Music News v1. issue 1. May 10. [“Another Music In a Different Toilet. McCartney’s Actually”]  feature on McC’s new album. 
     
    C299 New Music News v1. issue 3. May 24. [review ‘Willie Nile’]
     
    C300 New Music News v1. issue 4, May 31. [review Jayne County; review ‘Emmylou Harris’]
     
    C301 New Music News v1. issue 5, June 7. [“Gentlemen Prefer Wands” interview with R. Fripp.]
     
    C302 New Music News v1. issue 6, June 14. [“Sisters of Mercury” interview with The Roches; review Sex Pistols Great Rock n Roll Swindle; review Kevin Ayers / Little River Band at the Rainbow.]
     
    C303 New Music News v1. issue 7, June 21. [“Up Against the Wallpaper, Eno’s ‘s Designs for Living.”; review Dylan’s “Saved”; review of “Odd Bods Sods Mods”]
     
    C304 New Music News v1. issue 8, June 28. [review “Marty Thau Presents’]
     
    C305 New Music News v1. issue 9, July 5. [review “The Pop Group”] 
     
    C306 New Musical Express [NME] 8 Nov 1980 [Letter]
     
    1981
    C307 Greatest Hits 1. Feb. [“The Beatles and the Hamburg Connection”]
     
    1982
    C308 New Musical Express [NME] 30 Jan 1982. [“Letter” p43]
     
    1983
    C309 History of Rock v7. issue 75 [“Zappa. Surreal Anarchy from the Mother Superior” ]
     
    C310 History of Rock. v8. issue 94 [“Too Much Too Soon, Success Bred Excess for the New York Dolls”]
     
    1984
    C311 Details New York, March, 1984 [“Mum’s The Weird”] 
     
    C312 Details New York, April 1984 [“Bandstand/ Newstand”]
     
    C313 Details New York, May 1984 [“Roll Over Poindexter”]
     
    C314 Tatler v279. 5 May  [“Rabid Burroughs, Burroughs’s 70th Birthday”]
     
    C315 Details New York, June 1984 [“The Ballyhoo Over Gary Who?” (Gary Glitter interview).]
     
     
    1988
    C316 The Telegraph [Dylan magazine] 29, Spring. [did photo research]
     
    C317 The Kerouac Connection 15, spring. [“Letter From Allen Ginsberg to John Clellon Holmes, introduced and annotated by Barry Miles.”]
     
    C318 The Telegraph [Dylan magazine] 30, Summer. [“A Gossip with John Bauldie”, also a number of photographs from Miles collection.]
     
    C319 The Telegraph [Dylan magazine] 31, Spring. [did photo research]
     
    C320 Beat Scene 2, mid-summer. [“Beat Farm in Texas.”]
     
    1989
    C321 The Telegraph [Dylan magazine] 32, Spring. [“Interview with Patti Smith”]
     
    C322 The Telegraph [Dylan magazine] 33, Summer. [did photo research]
    1990
    C323 Beat Scene 9. Nd. [contributed: “Down at the Club” interview w/WSB]
     
    C324 Beat Scene 12. Nd [contributed interview with Michael McClure.]
     
    1991
    C325 Country Living. August. [contributed: “My Country Childhood.”]
     
    1992
    C326 Evening Standard. April 23. [contributed: “Taming of the Literary Outlaw”, article & interview w/WSB]
     
    C327 Esquire. May. [contributed: “At Home With William Burroughs” article and interview w/WSB]
     
    C328 Vox. August. [contributed “Dazed and Infused”- in Summer of Love suppliment]
     
    1993
    C329 Sunday Times Books Section. August 29. [contributed:“The Addictive Power of Junk Mail” a review of “The Letters of William S. Burroughs 1945-1959.”]
     
    C330 Mojo 2, December. [contributed “Drop Out Boogie” article Capt. Beefheart.]
     
    1994
    C331 Mojo 4, March [contributed: “Dr. Zercon’s Secret Lab” 11 page feature on Zappa; interview with Cal Schenkel; Interview with Jerry Schatzberg; “Some People Crave Vanilla or Strawberry / But that Black Walnut Is What I Love.”; Dandy Shaw review; Linda Ronstadt review; Lucky Peterson review; Blondie review.]
     
    C332 Mojo 5, April. [contributed “Lif eof a Ladies’ Man” Leonard Cohen article]
     
    C333 Mojo 6. May [contributed: “It was Jack’s 50th Birthday and he could do anything he wanted,” article Jack Bruce.]
    C334 Mojo 7, June [contributed: “Double Fantasy?” Albert Goldman obit; David Toop & Max Eastley review; The Seeds review; Big Joe Turner review; Amos Milburn review; Liane Foley review. ]
     
    C335 Mojo 8, July [contributed: The Damned review; The Four Seasons review; The Mumps review; The Return of the Del-Fi & Donna Story review; “Blood From A Stone” review of all the Brian Jones biographies.]
     
    C336 Mojo 9, August [contributed: Floyd Miles review; Joe Jones review;The Cookies review; Rod Bernard review.]
     
    C337 Mojo 12a, December [contributed: “A Natural Woman” Carole King article; John Cale review; Electronic Eye review.]
     
    C338 The Telegraph [Dylan magazine] 50, Winter. [loaned all the Dylan in Greenwich Village pictures by David Gahr.]
     
    1995
    C339 Mojo 18, May [contributed: “Ruben & The Jets, For Real Con Safos”; “The Move, The BBC Sessions”]
     
    C340 Mojo 20 July [contributed: Dragnet, internet column as The Mojo Navigator]
     
    C341 Mojo 21 August [contributed: Dragnet, internet column as The Mojo Navigator]
     
    C342 Mojo 22 September [contributed: Dragnet, internet column as The Mojo Navigator; Four Seasons review; Carl perkins review; Mo Foster review; The Crickets review; Sonny Burgess review.]
     
    C343 Mojo 23 October [contributed: Dragnet, internet column as The Mojo Navigator]
     
    C344 Independent Magazine October 28. [contributed: “With the Beatles, 30 Brief Lives.”]
     
    C345 Mojo 24 November [“He Went Thataway” article on George Harrison; “My Blue Period” article on John Lennon.]
     
    C346 Musikexpress 11, November. [Munich] [contributed: Interview with John Lennon.]
     
    C347 Mojo 25 December [contributed: Dragnet, internet column as The Mojo Navigator]
     
    1996
    C348 Mojo 26 January [contributed: Dragnet, internet column as The Mojo Navigator; The Fugs With Allen Ginsberg & Friends review.]
     
    C349 Mojo 27 February [contributed: Dragnet, internet column as The Mojo Navigator]
     
    C350 The Dig 5. February/March. [Tokyo] [contributed: Interview with John Lennon.]
     
    C351 Mojo 28 March [contributed: Dragnet, internet column as The Mojo Navigator]
     
    C352 Mojo 29 April [contributed: Dragnet, internet column as The Mojo Navigator]
     
    C353 Mojo 30 May [contributed: Dragnet, internet column as The Mojo Navigator]
     
    C354 Mojo 31. June [contributed: “Dragnet” internet review]
     
    C355 Mojo 32 July [contributed: Dragnet, internet column as The Mojo Navigator]
     
    C356 Mojo 33 August [contributed: Dragnet, internet column as The Mojo Navigator]
     
    C357 Mojo 34 September [contributed: Dragnet, internet column as The Mojo Navigator]
     
    C358 Q, September [contributed: “The Laughing Gnome” on Albert Goldman’s Lennon biography]
     
    C359 Mojo 35 October [contributed: Dragnet, internet column as The Mojo Navigator]
     
    C360 Mojo 36 November [contributed: Dragnet, internet column as The Mojo Navigator]
     
    C361 Mojo 37 December [contributed: Dragnet, internet column as The Mojo Navigator]
     
    1997
    C362 Mojo 38 January [contributed: Dragnet, internet column as The Mojo Navigator]
     
    C363 Mojo 39 February [contributed: Dragnet, internet column as The Mojo Navigator]
     
    C364 Mojo 40 March [contributed: Dragnet, internet column as The Mojo Navigator]
     
    C365 Mojo 42 May [contributed: Dragnet, internet column as The Mojo Navigator]
     
    C366 Mojo 44 July [contributed: Dragnet, internet column as The Mojo Navigator]
     
    C367 Mojo 46 September [contributed: Dragnet, internet column as The Mojo Navigator]
     
    C368 Minutes of the Charles Olson Society, 21. September [Vancouver, B.C.] [contributed: “Maximus Poems IV,V,VI” (Book review from IT) “Some Notes on the Recording” (sleeve notes from Charles Olson Reads from Maximus IV, V, VI)
     
    C369 The Observer. September 14. [contributed: serialisation of Many Years From Now: “Paul McCartney In His Own Words, The Only Version of Yesterday You Haven’t Heard.”]
     
    C370 The Observer. September 21. [contributed: serialisation of Many Years From Now: “McCartney in Love, Love, Love.”]
     
    C371 The Observer. September 28. [contributed: serialisation of Many Years From Now: “John and Paul, Their Last Night.”]
     
    C372 Mojo 47 October [contributed: Dragnet, internet column as The Mojo Navigator]
     
    C373 Mojo 49 December [contributed: Dragnet, internet column as The Mojo Navigator]
     
    C374 Art Monthly 212. Dec/Jan 1998. [Contributed: “Yoko Ono In London.”]
     
    1998
     
    C375 Mojo 50 January [contributed: Dragnet, internet column as The Mojo Navigator]
     
    C376 Mojo 51 February [contributed: Dragnet, internet column as The Mojo Navigator]
     
    C377 Mojo 52 March [contributed: Dragnet, internet column as The Mojo Navigator]
     
    C378 Mojo 53 April [contributed: Dragnet, internet column as The Mojo Navigator]
     
    C379 Mojo 54 May [contributed: Dragnet, internet column as The Mojo Navigator]
     
    C380 Mojo 55 June [contributed: “Linda McCartney” obit; Dragnet, internet column as The Mojo Navigator]
     
    C381 Mojo 56 July [contributed: Dragnet, internet column as The Mojo Navigator]
     
    C382 Mojo 58 September [contributed: Dragnet, internet column as The Mojo Navigator]
     
    C383 Mojo 61 December [contributed: Dragnet, internet column as The Mojo Navigator]
     
    1999
    C384 Mojo 62 January [contributed: Dragnet, internet column as The Mojo Navigator]
     
    C385 The Review of Contemporary Fiction, Spring. Vol XIX. No 1. Normal, Ill. [Contributed: “An Interview with Ed Sanders, 1 October 1968.”]
     
    C386 Mojo 66 May [contributed: Dragnet, internet column as The Mojo Navigator]
     
    C387 Mojo 71 October [contributed: Dragnet, internet column as The Mojo Navigator]
     
    2000
    C388 Mojo 74 January [contributed: Dragnet, internet column as The Mojo Navigator]
     
    C389 Mojo 77, April [contributed: Dragnet, internet column as The Mojo Navigator]
     
    C390 Mojo special edition: John Lennon. Winter 2000. [contributed: “I Am the Walrus”]
     
    2003
    C391 Rolling Stone 12, December. German edition. [contributes: “Agent Provocateur. Frank Zappa, Burger und Schreck.”]
     
    C392 NME Originals 14. reprints “Cannibalism at Clash Gig” from. NME 6 November 1976. p43
     
    2004
    C393 Jazzwise 80. October. [contributes “Albert Ayler”]
     
    C394 Q Special Edition: Pink Floyd, the Whole Crazy Trip. September 2004. [contributes: “Point me at the sky”]
     
    2005
    C395 Q Special Edition: Psychedelic! February Miles listed as one of the ‘heads’ with biog.
     
    2006
    C396 The Times Books Section. June 17. [contributes: “Quite a Performance” Donald Cammell biography review.]
     
    C397 V&A Magazine 10. Summer. [contributes: “On the Road to Oz” Psychedelic graphics.]
     
    C398 Mojo 152, July. [contributed “The Tripping Point” long feature on Revolver]
     
    C399 Musikexpress August. [contributes “Die Reise beginnt”] translated from Mojo on Revolver.
     
    C400 The Grove, August 2006. [contributed “Notting Hill Map Collage”
     
    C401 The Wire 274, December. [contributes the “Epiphanies” column on back page.]
     
    C402 Blueprint 249. December. [contributed: “Riflemaker Becomes Indica.”
     
    2007
    C403 Jazzwise 112. September [contributed: ‘We All Wanted to Be Beats.’] P42.
     
    C404 The Guardian 4 October. [contributes: ‘Michael Henshaw Obituary’]
     
    2008
    C405 The Times Books Section. April 12. [Contributes ‘Paperback Writer’]
     
    C406 Le Gun 4. November. [contributes ‘Burroughs in London’]
     
    C407 After-Math 11. Brian Jones Fan Club [contributes: ‘You know my name, look up the number’] [from Many Years From Now, + review.]
     
    2009
    C408 Time Out 2003, January 8 [features – with Rosemary Bailey – in the double page group portrait of the members of the London ‘pataphysical society.]
     
    C409 The Times, special sectionGuide to the Beatles. September 12, 2009. [contributes “Still Fab After 40 Years”]
     
    C410 The Plectrum 2, [contributes “Carla Borel’s Still Soho” [April] 2009
     
    2010
    C411 The Daily Telegraph 2 July [contributed: “Paul Bowles: a Profile”]
     
    C412 Mail on Sunday 15 August [contributed: “It All Started in the the Swinging Fifties” review Capital Affairs by Frank Mort Yale.]
     
    C413 Parallax 56, [contributes: “It just says ‘yes’ … a memoir” on John & Yoko.]
     
    C414 Mojo Classic: Zappa. [contributes: “Inside Dr. Zurcon’s Secret Lab”]
     
    2011
    C415 Plectrum 8. March/April 2011 [contributes: “14 Hour Technicolor Dream”]
     
    C416 The Guardian [G2] 31 January 2011
    [contributes “The 60s Rebel”]
     
    2012
    C417 Speak Up 322. Gennaio. Italian English language mag for foreign language students. Includes text and recording of Miles on CD.
     
    2015
    C418 Stone Age 6 [contributes: ‘untitled’, about Brian Jones in Cheltenham.]
     
    C419 Beat Scene 77, Early summer, 2015 [contributes “Fulcrum, Gary Snyder and the Mean Machine” [reprinted from International Times]
     
     
     

     D: Foreign Editions

     
    1979
    [Japanese] Bob Dylan In His Own Words. Toyko: Stardom. [Quick Fox Japanese series]
     
    [Japanese] The Beatles In Their Own Words. Toyko: Stardom. [Quick Fox Japanese series]
     
    1980
    [Japanese] Pink Floyd, A Visual Documentary. Tokyo: Tuttle-Mori. [includes the 16 page update] 
     
    [German] Pink Floyd, Ein Blick Hinter Die Mauer. Schaan: Drei Sterne. [includes the 16 page update]
     
    1981
    [French] John Lennon par lui meme. Paris: editions Dynamisme Presse. [issued as Music Geant hors serie No. 3.]
     
    1982
    [Japanese] The Beatles In Their Own Words. Tokyo: Shinko Music Pub. Co. [issued with and without a dust wrapper] both here
     
    [Japanese] David Bowie In His Own Words. Toyko: Shinko Music Pub. Co
     
    [Italian] Pink Floyd, il Profilo Biografico del Mitico Gruppo Rock Inglese. Roma: Fratelli Gallo Editori. [includes the 16 page update]
     
    [Italian] The Police, la Biografia Originale. Roma: Fratelli Gallo Editori. 
     
    1985
    [Italian] Sex & Drugs & Rock ‘n’ Roll. Roma: Fratelli Gallo Editori. [same as UK edition, not translated, modified cover]
     
    1988
    [Japanese] Mick Jagger In His Own Words. Tokyo: Shinko Music Pub. Co.
     
    1989
    [Japanese] Sex & Drugs & Rock ‘n’ Roll. Tokyo: Byakuya Suba. [paperback]
     
    1990
    [Italian] Pink Floyd, La Storia Illustrata. [np] Kaos Editori. [hardback, redesigned]
     
    [Japanese] The Clash. Tokyo: JICC. 
     
    [Dutch] John Lennon autobiografisch. Amsterdam: Loeb, 
     
    1993
    [Japanese] William Burroughs, El Hombre Invisible. Tokyo: Takaaki Iido. 
     
    [Czech] Mick Jagger Jeho vlastnimi slovy. Bratisava: Champagne Avantgarde
     
    [Slovak] Mick Jagger Jeho vlastnymi sloami. Bratisava: Champagne Avantgarde
     
    [Czech] Frank Zappa Jeho vlastnimi slovy. Bratisava: Champagne Avantgarde 
     
    [Slovak] Frank Zappa Jeho vlastnymi sloami. Bratisava: Champagne Avantgarde
     
    [Czech] The Beatles Jejich vlastnimi slovy. Bratisava: Champagne Avantgarde 
     
    [Slovak] The Beatles Ich vlastnymi sloami. Bratisava: Champagne Avantgarde
     
    1994
    [German] William S. Burroughs: Eine Biographie. Hamburg: Kellner Verlag.
     
    [Slovak] Sex & Drogy & Rock ‘n’ Roll. [combined edition, with Chris Charlesworth’s second volume] Bratislava: Champagne Avantgarde. [hardback].
     
    [Japanese] Frank Zappa In His Own Words. Toyko: Blues Interactions. [hardback]
     
    [Finnish] Frank Zappa Omin Sanoin, Helsinki: Tammi [paperback]
     
    1995
    [German] The Rolling Stones. Die Komplette Chronik von 1960 dis Heute. Schweiz: HEEL Verlag.
     
    1996
    [Czech] William Seward Burroughs, Neviditelny Muz. Prague: Votobia. 
     
    [German] Frank Zappa In Eigenen Worten. Heidelberg: Palmyra Verlag. [with an introduction by Vaclav Havel.
     
    [German] John Lennon In Eigenen Worten. Heidelberg: Palmyra Verlag.
     
    [German] [w/ John Tobler] The Clash. Revolution Rock. Die Gang aus Brixton. Augsburg: Sonnentanz Verlag.
     
    1997
    [Italian] Paul McCartney: Many Years From Now. Milano: Rizolli. [hardback]
     
    [German] Paul McCartney: Many Years From Now. Munich: Rowholt [hardback]
     
    [Swedish] Paul McCartney: Many Years From Now. Stockholm: Natur Och Kultur. [hardback]
     
    1998
    [Japanese] Paul McCartney: Many Years From Now. Tokyo: Rockin On. [paperback]
     
    [German][Edited] Allen Ginsberg: Howl / Geheul. Hamburg: Edition Michael Kellner,. [hardback] 700 numbered copies.
     
    1999
    [Swedish] Paul McCartney: Many Years From Now. Stockholm: Natur Och Kultur. [paperback]
     
    [Argentine] Paul McCartney: Many Years From Now. Buenos Aires: Emece. [paperback]
     
    2000
    [Portuguese] Paul McCartney: Many Years From Now. Sao Paulo: Dórea Books.. [paperback] 
     
    [German][Edited] Allen Ginsberg: Howl / Geheul Hamburg: Rogner & Bernhard. [paperback]
     
    [French] Les Beatles Chronique. Paris: Les Editions, Hors Collection. [paperback]
     
    2003
    [Spanish] Los Beatles dia a dia. Ma Non Troppo. Barcelona: Ediciones Robinbook,. [paper]
     
    2004
    [Italian] Hippy, Miti, Musica e Cultura Della Generazione Dei Figli Dei Fiori. Modena: Logos. [hardback]
     
    [German] Hippies. Munchen: Collection Rolf Heyne. [hardback]
     
    [French] Hippies. Paris: Octopus/Hachette.. [hardback]
     
    [French] Paul McCartney, Many Years From Now. Les Beatles, Les Sixties et Moi. Paris: Flammarion. [trade paperback original]
     
    2005
    [Hungarian] Hippik. Budapest: Jószöveg Mühely Kiadó,. [paper]
     
    [German] Zappa. Berlin: Rogner & Bernhard,. [hardback]
     
    2006
    [Italian] Frank Zappa. La Vita La Musica di un Uomo Absolutely Free. Milano: Kowalski Editore
     
    2007
    [Italian] Il Beat Hotel. Parma: Ugo Guanda Editore, 2007 
     
    2008
    [Dutch] Vrede. Amsterdam: Meteor Press International, 2008. [oversize paperback ed of “Peace”]
     
    [German] Pink Floyd die Frühen Jahre, Höfen 2008 
     
    2010
    [German] Zappa. Berlin: Rogner & Bernhard. [paperback]
     
    2011
    [French] Beat Hotel. Allen Ginsberg, William Burroughs & Gregory Corso à Paris, 1957-1963, Paris: Le Mot et le Reste. 
     
    2012
    [Italian] London Calling, La Controcultura a Londra Dal ’45 a Oggi. Torino: EDT [paperback] 
     
    [French] Ici Londres! Une Histoire de l’Underground Londonien Depruis 1945, Paris: Editions Payot & Rivages, 2012 [trade edition]
     
    [French] Ici Londres! Une Histoire de l’Underground Londonien Depruis 1945, Paris: Editions Payot & Rivages, 2014 [l’edition de poche]
     
    [Portuguese] Jack Kerouac, King of the Beats, Rio de Janeiro: José Olympio, 2012 
     
    [German] Duke Street and Elsewhere. William S. Burroughs. Fotos aus den frühen 70er-Jahren. Karlsruhe: ZKM / Museum fuur Neue Kunst, one of 440 numbered copies. 2012 
     
    2013
    [Russian] The Beat Hotel: Allen Ginsberg, William Burroughs & Gregory Corso in Paris, 1957-1963
    Moscow: AHO, 2013 [hardback]
     
    2014
    [Italian] I Settanta. Milano: Il Saggiatore, 2014 [In The Seventies]

    E: [Recordings produced]

    1 – Produced by Miles

    1965
    E1 Allen Ginsberg – Allen Ginsberg at Betterbooks. Better Books 001. [produced by Miles]
     
    E2 Lawrence Ferlinghetti – Lawrence Ferlinghetti at Betterbooks. Betterbooks 002. [produced by Miles]
     
    E3 Allen Ginsberg, Gregory Corso, Lawrence Ferlinghetti and Andrei Voznesensky at the Architectural Association. Lovebooks Records 001. [produced by Miles, also sleeve design by Miles]
     
    E4 Lawrence Ferlinghetti: Tyrannus Nix? Assassination Raga, Big Sur Sun Sutra and Moscow In the Wilderness. Fantasy 7014. Berkeley 1969
    [three of the four tracks produced by Miles] 
     
    12” acetate Lawrence Ferlinghetti: Assassination Raga. Golden State Recorders, San Francisco, single side test mix. Produced by Miles.  Zapple 5
     
    1970
    E5 Allen Ginsberg: Songs of Innocence and Experience by William Blake Tuned by Allen Ginsberg MGM Verve Records FTS 3083, NYC 1970 [produced by Miles].
     
    E6a Richard Brautigan: Listening to Richard Brautigan. EMI Harvest ST 424 [USA] [produced by Miles]
     
    E6b Richard Brautigan: Listening to Richard Brautigan. Collectors’ Choice Music EMI CCM-540-2 [CD] [USA] [produced by Miles]
     
    1974
    E7 The Master Musicians of Jajouka. Adelphi Records. AD 3000 [engineered and remixed by Miles]
     
    E8a Charles Olson: Charles Olson Reads From Maximus Poems IV, V, VI. Folkways Records FL 9738. NYC 1975 [produced, edited and recorded by Miles]
     
    E8b Charles Olson: Charles Olson Reads From Maximus Poems IV, V, VI. Smithsonian Folkways Archives  FL 9738. Washington DC, 2007 [produced, edited and recorded by Miles]
     
    1975
    E9 Allen Ginsberg: Archetype. Reissue of the Blake album  as MGM M3F 4951 with new title and sleeve. Same tracks and sleeve notes.
     
    1978
    E10 The Adverts: Safety In Numbers / Those Who Wait  Anchor Records ANC 1047 [produced by Miles]
     
    E11 The Clash: Tommy Gun / 1-2, Crush On You  CBS 6788. B-side mixed by Miles
     
    1994
    E12 Allen Ginsberg: Holy Soul Jelly Roll. Rhino Word Beat series, R2 71693  a 4 CD boxed set. [“Re Blake Recordings” in enclosed booklet. Miles produced 14 of the tracks, many of which were on the Blake album, E4.] 
     
    1998
    E13 Charles Bukowski – At Terror Street and Agony Way. King Mob, London. Double CD. [produced by Miles]
     
    2005
    E14 Listening To Richard Brautigan. Collectors’ Choice, EMI Special Markets. CCM 540-2 [produced by Miles] [Reissue with booklet of E5. Essay in booklet by Miles]
     
    2007
    E15 William Burroughs: Real English Tea Made Here. Audio Research Editions ARECD301. Liverpool [produced by Miles with essay by Miles in booklet] 3 CD boxed set. 
     

    2 – sleeve notes by Miles

     
    Clark-Hutchinson: A=MH2. Decca Nova series, SDN-R2 , London 1969, sleeve notes by John Peel, Ian Sippen and Miles. 
     
    Caravan: Caravan. Verve Forecast  SVLP 6011. London 1969. Miles sleeve notes
     
    The Deviants: Ptooff! The Deviants Underground LP. Underground Impressarios IMP 1 (IT girl logo) Miles and John Peel sleeve notes. Peter Broxton sleeve opens out to six square feet poster in full colour.
     
    Various Artists sampler: Begin Here, Elektra Records, UKS 7262. Quote about David Peel and Lower East Side. [1969]
     
    Marty Wilde: Marty Wilde EMI NUT EP Series, EMI 2854 [1978]
     
    Paul Raven: Paul Raven. EMI NUT Series EMI 2855 [1978]
     
    Peter and Gordon: World Without Love. Charley Records/See For Miles CM106. Miles sleeve notes [1978]
     
    William Burroughs: Call Me Burroughs. Rhino Word Beat R2 71848  CD [1995]
     
    Pete Brown and Michael Horovitz: The Live New Departures Jazz Poetry Septet. Blues For The Hitchhiking Dead (Jazz Poetry Superjam No. 1), Gearbox Records, London 2013 [box set with 32 page book]. Contains extract fromIn The Sixties.
     
    Paul McCartney: Venus & Mars, DeLuxe edition box set. Starcon, Beverley Hills, CA, 2014. [Text plus interviews with Paul McCartney, Dennie Laine, Joe English, Tony Dorsey, Howie Casey and designer Aubrey “Po” Powell from Hipgnosis.]
     
    Paul McCartney: Wings At The Speed of Sound, DeLuxe edition box set. Starcon, Beverley Hills, CA, 2014. [interviews with Paul McCartney, Dennie Laine, Joe English, Tony Dorsey, designer Aubrey “Po” Powell from Hipgnosis and engineer Alan O’Duffy.]