Beat Instrumental Magazine No 27 July 1965 Dylan Who Them Lord Sutch Rolling Stones Seekers

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Beat Instrumental Magazine No 27 July 1965 Dylan Who Them Lord Sutch Rolling Stones Seekers

Beat Instrumental Back issue No. 27 Jan 1965 Beatles on cover.


5. Is Dylan Sincere?
6. Player Of The Month—Keith Moon of The Who
7. Bobbie Graham's Column
Thumb Pick Style by The Tutor
8. B.l. Portrait Gallery—Tom McGuinness
of Manfred Mann
9. Them Have A Songsmith Donovan's Thoughts
10-14 Devon Beat (A survey of the Beat Scene
in Devon by Tony Webster)
IS. On Stage with Screaming Lord Sutch
16. Where Is Everybody?
17. Quiz-Time With The ‘Sixth Animal”
18. Chilly Winds For The Seekers
19. The Five Sides Of The Ivy League
20. The Long Ladder (Part 6) Sink Or Swim!
21. Two Stoney Guitarists
22. The Holly “Legend” and Jimmy Gilmer
23. Men Behind The Instruments—Dennis
Gillard of Boosey and Hawkes
24. Instrumental News
25. Your Local Equipment Specialists
26. More Instrumental News
28. Are Covers Dead?
29. Have You Heard? By The Beatman
30. Recording Notes
32. Your Queries Answered and Instrumental Corner
33. The Who—First Album Completed
34. How The Berries Have Changed
35. Profile on The Everly Brothers
36. Clem’s Still In Orbit
37. Your Letters and Beat Nits
38. B.I. Price Guide
39. B.I. Price Guide

Very Good condition with some staining as seen.  Will be posted in a strong cardboard envelope.

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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