Beat Instrumental Magazine No 28 August 1965 Jimmy Page Keith Richards Moody Blues Donovan

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Beat Instrumental Magazine No 28 August 1965 Jimmy Page Keith Richards Moody Blues Donovan

Beat Instrumental Back issue No. 28 August 1965.

Beat instrumental Portrait Gallery: Peter Townsend
6. Player Of The Month—Chuck Botfield of The Rockin’ Berries
7. Bobbie Graham’s Column and Musicianship by The Tutor
8. The Long Ladder (Part 7) 100 Hints And
Rules For Rung Climbers
9. What's A Jug Band?
10-13. Yorkshire Beat (A Survey Of The Beat
Scene In Yorkshire By John Emery)
14. On Stage With Herman's Hermits
16. Where Is Everybody?
18. “I’m not satisfied with ‘Satisfaction’ Says Keith Richard
19. Moodies Song-writing Team
20. “We'd Record ‘Baa Baa Black Sheep’ If He Asked Us"’ Say Peter And Gordon
21. Colour Photo Of The Beatles On Stage
22. Bl. Finds The ‘‘Hidden"” Member Of Unit Four Plus Two
23. The Johnny Gus Set and Men Behind The Instruments No. 10:
Dr. Otto H. Myer, of Hohner Concessionaires
24. Instrumental News
25. Your Local Equipment Specialists
26. More instrumental News
27. The Two Bacharachs |
28. What's Their Secret? |
29. Have You Heard? By The Beatman '
30. Recording Notes
31. Donovan Survives D-Day
32. Your Queries Answered and
Instrumental Corner
33. Session Men No. 1 Jimmy Page
34. The Original Originals
Solomon Digs Stones
35. Profile on Wayne Fontana
36. In The Factory. Making A Snare Drum
37. Your Letters
38-39. B.I.'s Drum Price Guide

Good+ condition - with some orange like staining along bottom margin of most pages but still fully legible.

Beat Instrumental was a monthly UK pop and rock based publication aimed at musicians & readers interested the music industry. First published in May 1963 as the smaller sized Beat Monthly magazine it became Beat Instrumental Monthly with issue 18 and Beat Instrumental from issue 37. Unlike the weekly music press it was predominantly aimed at musicians but also catered for music fans emphasizing instruments and production equipment in it's interviews shifting it's focus to progressive rock in the late 1960s and 70s.


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