Beat Instrumental Magazine No 26 June 1965 Kinks Yardbirds Keith Richards Rolling Stones

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Beat Instrumental Magazine No 26 June 1965 Kinks Yardbirds Keith Richards Rolling Stones
Beat Instrumental Back issue No. 26 June 1965'

CONTENTS

6. Player of the Month—Butch Baker of the Barron Knights.
7. Bobbie Graham's Column. Guitar Technique by The Tutor.
8. B.l. Portrait Gallery—John Steele of The Animals.
9. Kinky Sounds.
10-15. Brum Beat—A survey of the Beat Scene
in Birmingham by John Emery.
16. Where Is Everybody?
17. Star Balancing with Norman Smith.
18. Tom McGuinness and Mike Hugg Open Out. Drifting Since 3 E.P.
19. The Long Ladder (Part 5)—Count Down
To Disc Debut.
20. Unit Four Plus Two—Folk Enthusiasts.
22-23. Buying and Caring For Your P.A. Equipment by The Barron Knights.
23. Men Behind The Instruments—No. 8.
Fred Della-Porta of the Premier Drum Co.
24. Instrumental News.
26. More Instrumental News.
27. Your Local Equipment Specialists.
28. Recording Notes.
29. Goldie Can Play Guitar Too!
Have You Heard? By The Beatman.
30-31. What Would They Do Now?
32. Your Queries Answered and Instrumental Corner.
34. The Walker Brothers Are Not!
35. Profile on Keith Richard.
36. Great “Sounds” on the “B” Side
37. Your Letters and Beat Nits. .
38. Jeff Beck Supplies That ‘‘Oriental”’ Touch.
39. Secretive Searchers.

Good condition - with moderate signs of use. 5/10

Launched in May 1963 as Beat Monthly. By issue 18 it had changed it's name to Beat Instrumental Monthly, and then shortened to Beat Instrumental from No 37. Emphasizing musical instruments and equipment (it billed itself as "The World's First Group & Instrumental Magazine"), Beat Instrumental was possibly the first magazine to publish interviews with famous musicians regarding their equipment and live gigs throughout the 1960's and 1970's. It also defined pop and beat music more widely than many of it's contemporaries. Later on, the magazine progressed from beat music and psychedelic groups to rock and progressive rock and eventually new wave when it folded in 1980.
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