Shindig! - Shindig! 112 - Magazine

Shindig! – Shindig! 112 – Magazine

Serge Gainsbourg Histoire de Melody Nelson, the second instalment
The Ventures How America’s biggest pre‐Beatles act changed with the times
Steve Ellis The 10 years that followed Love Affair
Nancy Sinatra
The singer, actress and go‐go icon reflects onRegulars
Thoughts & Words Your letters, tweets and emails
It’s A Happening Thing Dana Gillespie, Cool Ghouls, Bill …
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Shindig - Shindig! 114 - Magazine

Shindig – Shindig! 114 – Magazine

‘Booker T & The MG’s Creative rebirth after the darkness of 1967. Steve Cropper speaks
The Who The making of The Who Sell Out in their own words
The Association Beards, good vibes and the end of the ’60s
Nico From the Velvets to The End

Thoughts & Words Your letters, tweets and emails
It’s …
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Shindig - Shindig115 - Magazine

Shindig – Shindig115 – Magazine

Rare Bird The dual‐keyboard driven proggers who flew high
Reigning Sound Kings of the “Memphis Sound”, 20 years on
Tommy James & The Shondells Beyond the hits: bubblegum stars or serious contenders?
Tony Joe White The trails of The Swamp Fox
Thoughts & Words Your letters, tweets and emails
It’s A Happening Thing Delia Derbyshire, …
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Shindig - Shindig 116 - Magazine

Shindig – Shindig 116 – Magazine

Acid Jazz A thoroughly modernist ’90s institution
Nervous System Unheard tales from The British Underground
Global Village Trucking Company Communal living and good‐time music
The 5th Dimension From Motown rejects to Grammy winners

Thoughts & Words Your letters, tweets and emails
It’s A Happening Thing Tiny Tim, Monster Magnet, Joe Bourdet, The Hanging Stars, Maston,
ER …
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Shindig! 117 - Magazine

Shindig! 117 – Magazine

Goldie & The Gingerbreads America’s first all‐playing, all‐female pop sensations
French Revolutionary Rock Underground bands ushered in by the events of 1968
The Fugs Greenwich Village’s original angry beats
Thoughts & Words Your letters, tweets and emails
Laura Nyro
The unique singer‐songwriter who influenced
a generation
It’s A Happening Thing Be With Records, The Murlocs, The Unclaimed, …
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Shindig! - Shindig! 122

Shindig! – Shindig! 122

Brân The Welsh musical collective’s side projects and spin‐offs
Lord Tim Hudson The story of American’s “first British import disc jockey” and his brush with fame
Steppenwolf From Canada to LA via the NYC folk scene, SF garages and celluloid immortality. Leader John Kay grants a rare interview
Nilsson The singer‐songwriter’s journey takes …
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Shindig - Silverback Publishing - Magazine

Shindig – Silverback Publishing – Magazine

David Axelrod Our in‐depth account of the the influential composer/arranger/producer
The What’s New The changing face of the little‐known ’60s US folkies
Ira Cohen The Mylar Chamber photographs, NYC 1967‐71
Michael Nesmith Into the ’70s with the First and Second National Bands and beyond

Thoughts & Words Your letters, tweets and emails
20 Questions The …
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Shindig! - Shindig! 125 - Magazine

Shindig! – Shindig! 125 – Magazine

John Otway Eccentric, pop star and born‐again success story celebrates his 5000th gig
Robert Margouleff And Malcolm Cecil The unlikely brains behind the TONTO synthesiser and its admirers
Hoodoo Gurus From Sydney garages to the US college‐rock circuit… and back!
Lindisfarne The roots, formation and initial impact of the mercurial Tyneside

Thoughts & Words …
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Shindig! - Shindig Issue 126 - Magazine

Shindig! – Shindig Issue 126 – Magazine

Nektar Not krautrock! Floydian Brit proggers conquer Germany
Brian Auger Into Oblivion. Experimentation and fusion in the ’70s
Neil Young His defining masterpiece Harvest and the rocky road that led him there
Ye Ye Girls Our guide to the early ’60s French pop explosion and the records that define it

Thoughts & Words Your …
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Shindig! - Shindig! 127 - Magazine

Shindig! – Shindig! 127 – Magazine

Ride Oxford quartet’s growth from shoegaze stars to
elder statesmen
Johnny Harris The flamboyant producer, arranger and conductor’s
glory years
Dave Davies The Kinks’ second son reflects on his own career as
a songwriter and recording artist
Gong Daevid Allen’s unplanned
French and Balearic voyage
Thoughts & Words Your letters, tweets and emails
Shindiggin’ What’s hot on the Shindig! …
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Shindig! - Shindig! 128 - Magazine

Shindig! – Shindig! 128 – Magazine

New Age Travellers On The Road: A chronicle. From shackle‐free early
’60s beatniks to ’80s bus living
Diesel Park West From Leicester with love. The return of the out‐of time
jangle‐pop obsessives
The Staple Singers How the first family of gospel‐soul became hit
recording artists and figureheads for Black self empowerment
Blondie Pure pop inspired by …
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Shindig! - Shindig! 129 - Magazine

Shindig! – Shindig! 129 – Magazine

’90s Albums The Shindig! team pick their favourite under‐theradar
long‐players from The Decade That Doesn’t Fit
Deaf School The second most important band to come out of
Liverpool? Let’s find out
Godley & Creme Their ’60s pop roots and late ’70s and ’80s
grand ambitions
Zal Yanovsky How The Lovin’ Spoonful’s talented
guitarist and zany charmer fell …
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Shindig! - Shindig! 130 - Magazine

Shindig! – Shindig! 130 – Magazine

Herb Lester Maps and guides for the switched‐on traveller
Andy Ellison The stunt rocker briefly becomes a solo artist and film editor
Kikagaku Moyo The Japanese psych‐rock troupe bow out gracefully
The Sons Of Adam The explosive story of the darlings of The Sunset Strip
Helen Love “Bubblegum‐punk‐disco” from Wales?
You better believe it
Hatfield And …
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Shindig - Shindig 131 - Magazine

Shindig – Shindig 131 – Magazine

Cheap Trick An early episode in the story of America’s ’70s pop anti‐heroes
Arthur Brown Out of the fire and off to Kingdom Come and who knows where?
Misty British prog‐poppers’ album sees the light of day after 53 years
The Lemon Pipers How a US #1 hit derailed the Ohio psych‐blues outsiders
Marianne …
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Shindig! - Shindig132 - Magazine

Shindig! – Shindig132 – Magazine

Hector When glam-rock met The Beano.
Joyce The international breakthrough that didn’t happen…until now?
Fleetwood Mac In search of a new identity: the transitional ’70s years.
Charles Stepney The Chicagoan who gave soul-jazz a hip, psychedelic slant.
Gypsy From Minnesota to LA and a big budget double-album debut.
Dungen, The Swedish psych-rock warriors, look back …
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