No publication choreographed the adult life of Baby Boomers as well as Rolling Stone.
Reaching beyond music coverage, Rolling Stone stoked the imagination of America's social revolutionaries, while fueling the careers of brilliant writers and visionary photographers. Boomers, over the last forty years, have immersed themselves in the work of groundbreaking writers like Tom Wolfe, Hunter S. Thompson, Joe Klein, Cameron Crowe, P.J. O'Rourke and perceptive photographers including Annie Leibovitz, Mark Seliger and Baron Wolman.
Won't an exclusive 40-year searchable digital collection of every print edition of Rolling Stone (From 1967 to May 2007) be the perfect gift your favorite Baby Boomer?
The boomer generations' biggest ideas and icons, that shaped our lives and informed our opinions, were recorded in Rolling Stone---from Ellington to Elvis, Vietnam to the lunar landing, the Summer of Love to the season of grunge, Iran-Contra to Iraq. Now, these forty years of your history are available in a newly released set of searchable DVD-ROM box sets (with 98,000 pages of content from issues 1 through 1,025/1,026 in their entirety) along with a companion coffee table book that is filled with one-of-a-kind previously unpublished material of behind-the-scenes accounts and editor-selected highlights.
Rolling Stone Cover to Cover: The First 40 Years marks the first time its history will be available in digital archive form. Check out the customer reviews on Amazon.com and order now for that holiday gift for your special boomer.