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    Shindig! - Shindig! 138 - Magazine

    Shindig! – Shindig! 138 – Magazine

    The King’s Road The birth of Swinging London’s epicentre
    The Heavy Metal Kids The pre‐punk, glam‐adjacent rockers who almost made it.
    The Masters Apprentices Part One of our in‐depth appreciation of the influential, shape‐shifting Aussies.
    The Byrds Country‐rock, soundtrack infamy, megalomania and awkward reunions. Inside their tumultuous final years.
    The Lemon Twigs The preternaturally ...

    Shindig! - Shindig! Compendium

    Shindig! – Shindig! Compendium

    Hello, and a big warm welcome to the Shindig! Compendium,
    Although I suspect longtime readers will have bought this handsome edition to file alongside a hundred or more Shindig! Publications in their collections, there will also be many casual punters who have no idea who we are, and they picked up ...

    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, ...

    Shindig! Magazine - Shindig! 139

    Shindig! Magazine – Shindig! 139

    The Rain Parade LA’s early ’80s psyched guitar heroes go back on the road.
    Trifle Nineteen‐Seventy jazz‐fusion from both the underground and the mainstream.
    The Masters Apprentices The second half of our exclusive story of the shape‐shifting Aussi rockers.
    The Sonics The first? The wildest? The best? The Northwest legends who blew garage‐punk.
    wide ...

    Shindig! Magazine - Shindig! 141 - Magazine

    Shindig! Magazine – Shindig! 141 – Magazine

    Nick Drake Biographer Richard Morton Jack dispels the rumours.
    Alex Harvey Before he was “sensational”. The working musician’s ’60s Adventures.
    The Wicker Man We celebrate the totemic folk‐horror musical’s 50th birthday.
    Yusuf / Cat Stevens Exclusive interview! From Tin Pan Alley to pop stardom and the dawn of a new era. Plus, his ...