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Issue 103

    Features:
    Carole King, The legendary song-smith’s transition from writer to singer

    Mike Hurst Amazing tales from the producer’s chair

    Amanda Trees Hendrix accomplice tells all

    Eric Burdon & The Animals Farewell Newcastle Brown. Hello LSD. The psych years

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

    Thoughts & Words Your letters, tweets and emails

    It’s A Happening Thing Paul Weller, Bob Stanley, Tim Burgess, The Eighteenth Day Of May, Paul Orwell, Man Man, Marie LaForet, Spring, Bobby Conn, Fire In Her Eyes.

    Happening Right Now Brand new music from Sairie, Surprise Chef and The Bobby Lees

    Family Album France Gall’s 1968

    Deep Cuts Roy Wood tunes

    Songbook Chip Taylor and Al Gorgoni’s majestic ‘Picture Me Gone’

    20 Questions Iain Matthews 50+ years in the business: The Pyramid, Fairport Convention, Matthews Southern Comfort, Plainsong and his enduring solo career

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

    Vinyl Art Marvin, Welch & Farrar’s Second Opinion

    Prize Crossword Bag yourself a copy of Bob Stanley & Pete Wiggs’ wonderful new Occasional Rain compilation

    Shindig!

    Issue 102

      Features

      Barnabus Warwickshire ’70s heavies unearthed

      The Hollies Bobby Elliott’s Californian memories

      Neil Innes The remarkable career of a singular talent

      Rod McKuen The many sides of a true musical maverick

      Supersister Brilliantly bonkers prog, Dutch-style

      Regulars

      Shindiggin’ What’s hot on the turntable

      Thoughts & Words Your letters, tweets and emails

      It’s A Happening Thing Espers, The Sonic Dawn, Michael Rault, A Girl Called Eddy, Eyelids, elvinyl, Pink Floyd, Jack Sharp, Saba Lou, competition

      Happening Right Now Brand new music from The Small Breed, Extraa and Magick Brother & Mystic Sister

      Family Album The Rain Parade’s influential 1983 LP Emergency Third Rail Power Trip

      Deep Cuts Sixties Cat Stevens

      20 Questions Graham Day’s modest recollections of The Prisoners and beyond

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

      Vinyl Art Astrud Gilberto’s I Haven’t Got Anything Better To Do

      Shindig!

      Issue 101

        Features

        Hypnotic Bridge Sampler Contemporary psychedelia to download and keep

        Chris Darrow Remembering the country-rock pioneer

        The Box Tops The Memphis blue-eyed soul hitmakers

        Tangerine Dream Peter Baumann discusses the kosmiche German’s early ’70s ascension

        The Beach Boys The end of pop stardom: the Brother years

        Regulars

        Shindiggin’ What’s hot on the Shindig! turntable

        Thoughts & Words. Your letters, tweets and emails

        It’s A Happening Thing.

        Jonathan Wilson, Cornershop, King Khan, Mapache, Heliocentrics, The New Tweedy Brothees, RPM Records, Hangman’s Beautiful Daughters, Le Beat Bespoke

        Happening Right Now.

        Brand new music from Emile, Moon Attendant and The Homesick

        Family Album MGMT’s career-changing 2009 album Congratulations

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

        Vinyl Art. Simon & Garfunkel’s Bookends

        Shindig!

        Issue 99

          Shindig! is an eclectic cornucopia overflowing with obscure TV and film, psychedelia, folk, garage rock, folk rock, progressive rock, funk and soul. Contributions from its team of international expert writers ensure that new and intriguing tales about influential artists fill every issue. Shindig has established itself as a cutting edge forum and critique of the glories of 60s and 70s music, film and culture.

          Shindig!

          Issue 72

            Shindig! is an eclectic cornucopia overflowing with obscure TV and film, psychedelia, folk, garage rock, folk rock, progressive rock, funk and soul. Contributions from its team of international expert writers ensure that new and intriguing tales about influential artists fill every issue. Shindig has established itself as a cutting edge forum and critique of the glories of 60s and 70s music, film and culture.
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            Into the darkness, the early days. In this issue, we look at how four working class lads from the tough Aston district of Birmingham defined heavy metal and brought the Dark Side to the masses.


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