Underground weekly - Hitweek 1st to 4th volumes - 125 issues - Loose-leaf - First edition - (1966/1969)
- 1st volume (1966): 28 issues
- 2nd volume (1967): 43 issues
- 3rd volume (1968): 37 issues
- 3rd volume (1969): 17 issues
Old condition, sometimes an article has been cut out, yellowed.
The issues have been kept folded.
Hitweek was a Dutch underground weekly that existed from September 1965 to April 1969. It was then continued as Aloha.
Hitweek was launched as a youth magazine on 17 September 1965 by Willem de Ridder and Peter J. Muller, who also coined the name. Regular employees were André van der Louw, Laurie Langenbach, Pim Oets, Wim Bloemendaal and Peter Schröder. Later, Koos Zwart, Henk Bongaarts, Frits Boer, Jan Donkers, Arend Jan Heerma van Voss and Wim Noordhoek also made their contributions. From 1967 onward there was an editorial board (Van der Louw, Bloemendaal, Schröder, Oets, Zwart, De Ridder and Kuysten).
Hitweek often wrote about pop music from the Netherlands - consistently called Nederbiet. Groups such as Les Baroques, Motions, Golden Earrings, Outsiders, Q’65 and Cuby and the Blizzards owe their fame partly to this magazine.
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