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Shindig! Issue 145

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Harold Bronson: The record reviewer who founded Rhino Records.

20 Questions: Pop star, writer, curator and unabashed music nerd Bob Stanley.

Pete Molinari: From Kentish folk blues to soulful sounds in Rome.

Locomotive: The Brum blue-eyed soul/ska boys who became harbingers of prog-psych.

Dave Evans: The forgotten great of the ’70s folk scene.

LA Freak Scene: Weirdos assemble! Zappa, Beefheart, Kim Fowley, Vito Paulekas, WCPAEB and the extended cast of LA’s pre-hippie freakout.

The Blues Magoos: New York’s sharp garage/psych legends’ prime years and their legacy re-assessed.


Thoughts & Words: Your letters, tweets and emails.

Shindiggin’: What’s hot on the Shindig! turntable.

Subscribers’ Prize Draw: Subscribe to enter a Vanity Mirror/Electric Looking Glass draw.

It’s A Happening Thing:  Billy Tibbals, Barrence Whitfield & The Savages, Nightmares In The Afternoon, Donovan, Harp, Hutch, Strangers In A Strange Land, Paul Chastain, Uncanny, Doc ’n Roll Festival.

Family Album: Clydie King’s 1970 funk/soul outing Direct Me.

Songbook: “The greatest out-take of all-time?” The Who’s ‘Pure And Easy’.

Deep Cuts: Session pianist supreme Nicky Hopkins’ lesser-known moments.

Reviews: The best in reissues, new releases, books and live shows.

Prize Crossword: Win Wig Out! Freak Out! 2-LP comp.

Vinyl Art: The Bar-Kays’ Do You See What I See?

Vinyl Clicks: Terry Friend & Friends’ Come The Day

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