Mike Curb is getting heaps of credit for those unforgettable biker flicks and sound-track LPs that he wrote or produced in the '60s. But everybody's overlooking one of his major cultural contributions--LP liner notes!
Take his now-famous "Teenage Rebellion" album, with classic Curb cuts like "Pot Party," "The Gay Teenager" and "Orgy Around the World." Here are some excerpts from liner comments by the ex-Lt. Gov. (and hopeful again):
\o7 "Not satisfied with the world they have been born into, teenagers are no longer content to sit by and wait for things to happen. Unafraid, they group together in clubs, political parties and even mobs, and make themselves heard. . . .
"Ban the bomb! Make love not war! Freedom for four-letter words! Fighting for big changes or little changes, the teenager is revolting against society. . . .