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Viva was an adult woman's magazine that was launched in the USA in 1973 and ceased publication in 1980.

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John Lennon Talks About Music, Money, Marriage, and Fame

Interview by Loraine Alterman, Viva, March 1975

ONE OF JOHN Lennon's friends, Elton John, spends $5,000 for a pair of sunglasses and buys his manager a yacht for a birthday present. Another ...

Bob Marley & the Wailers, Judy Mowatt: Judy Mowatt: The Grateful Dread

Profile and Interview by Susin Shapiro, Viva, November 1977

IN CORNERS cut off from the rude-boy violence in poor black Jamaican communities, reggae music took seed, an offshoot of calypso, ska, R&B, and, further ...

Andrea True Connection: True Blue: Andrea True Connection

Report and Interview by Bruce Pollock, Viva, 1977

BACK IN THE prepubescent days of sex/rock, when I was but a novice covering the amateur porn scene like a groping middle finger, I rode ...

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