Beat Instrumental Magazine No 32 December 1965 Spencer Davis Small Faces Keith Relf Bill Wyman

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Beat Instrumental Magazine No 32 December 1965 Spencer Davis Small Faces Keith Relf Bill Wyman

Beat Instrumental Back issue No. 32 December 1965 The Who on front cover.

2. “BI” Portrait Gallery—Steve Marriott of The Small Faces
6. Player Of The Month—Spencer Davis
7. Bill Wyman’s Column'More About Reading Music On Guitar by The Tutor
8. It’s Second Time Round For Brian Gregg
9. Ivy League On The Look-Out For Talent
10. A New Small Face/Chris Andrews Never Gave Up
12. When Is A Showband Not A Showband?
13. Ben’s Not Drifting Anymore/Fortunes Stick To Their Instruments
14. Teens Flip Over Fats
15. On Stage With Unit Four Plus Two
16. Where Is Everybody?
18. Standout Steenhuis
19. The Buddy Holly Legend
20. The Who Thought They Were Going Downhill
22. It’s All Happening Again‘In’Liverpool
23. Sounds Will Not Be Moved From Their Instrumental Society
24-25. Instrumental News
26. Paul Simon, The Folk Singer Who Really Sings/The Transatlantic Label
27. Bruce Welch Talks About The Shads
28. Recording Notes
30. Your Queries Answered and _ Instrumental Corner
31. The Session Men. No. 5. Roy Willox: Tutors Column
32. Have The Animals Done The Right Thing?
33. Have You Heard?
34. Stones—Brian Jones On Grammar/Recording In Hollywood
35. Profile On Keith Relf of The Yardbirds
37. Your Letters
38. Your Local Equipment Specialists
39. Problems For Sir Douglas 5

Very Good condition - has some light orange looking stains on the top margin of some 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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