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Features ‘Eve Of Destruction’

The epochal 1965 protest song

Kraftwerk

Their heavy and hairy beginnings

Lilys

American indie oddballs’ ’60s inspired mid-90s cult LPs

Les Disques Pierre Cardin

The design icon’s early ’70s record label

Byzantium

Talented UK lads who bridged West Coast rock, prog and pop

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The Mamas & The Papas The sunshine-pop forefathers’ (and mothers’) tempestuous and harmony laden first year 70 “I made suggestions, like putting Cass and Michelle on one side and Denny and John on the other side. What I found out is that if you put the guys close enough together, they’ll play better” – Bones Howe, engineer

ISSUE 113 , MARCH 2021

Regulars Thoughts & Words

Your letters, tweets and emails

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It’s A Happening Thing

The Coral, Triptides, Timon, Teenage Fanclub, Nigel Planer, Fruit Bats, TSPTR, Danny Kroha, Biker Flicks, Cory Hanson, Natalie Bergman, Mason Lindahl, Meg Webb, Mike Edison & Guadalupe Platter, Sonic Flower, Gábor Szabó, Wendy Martinez, Frankie & The Witchfingers, Stapley Markstein

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Shindiggin’

What’s hot on the Shindig! turntable

Family Album

Gary Higgins' Red Hash

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Deep Cuts

36 UK ’60s femme pop

20 Questions

Norton Records’ Miriam Linna: a life obsessed with rock ’n' roll

Reviews

The best in reissues, new releases, DVDs and books

Prize Crossword

Win The Love Affair & Steve Ellis Best Of LP

Vinyl Art

Love’s Forever Changes

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