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A Movie For David Geffen

Al Aronowitz, The Blacklisted Journalist, 1 July 1997


WHEN I TELL people that Bobby Neuwirth was one of the hippest men I ever knew, they say, "Who?" They want to know didn't I know Bob Dylan? Didn't I know the Beatles? Didn't I know Allen Ginsberg and Jack Kerouac and Neal Cassady? They want to know who the hell was Bobby Neuwirth? The answer, my friends, is that Bobby Neuwirth has turned out to be one of the best-kept secrets of the '60s.

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