Vintage Advertisements / by Deborah Clague

Spooky Tooth 'You Broke My Heart, So I Busted Your Jaw' album release:
(Rolling Stone issue 136, June 1963) 

HearMuffs™ Headphones:
(Rolling Stone issue 137, June 1973)

Copy reads: "The worst thing you could take to bed when you're feeling warm and cuddly are cold, lumpy headphones...HearMuffs don't look like headphones; they look more like a giant fuzzy doughnut with a bite missing."

Gibson Guitars:
(Rolling Stone issue 151, January 1974)

Fender Guitars:
(Rolling Stone issue 169, September 1974)

Holy phallic symbol!

"Wipe Your Face, You Just Swallowed My Soul" written by Hugh Prather:
(Rolling Stone issue 174, November 1974) 

Believe it or not, this is billed as a philosophy book. I'm surprised the title hasn't been used in a Nickleback song...yet.  

Winston cigarettes:
(Rolling Stone issue 175, December 1974)