Beat Instrumental Magazine No 35 March 1966 Kinks Pete Townshend Eyes George Harrison Keith Richard
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Beat Instrumental Magazine No 35 March 1966 Kinks Pete Townshend Eyes George Harrison Keith RichardBeat Instrumental Back issue No. 35 March 1966 with interviews and articles on The Kinks George Harrison Keith Richard Pete Townshend, Songwriters column, and other features including equipment reviews, guitar keyboards and amplifier adverts, musicians classifieds, instrumental news, Your queries answered, Letters page and record LP reviews etc
6. Player Of The Month - Pete York
7. The Trio Who Came In From The Cold
8. Promoters Stuck By Blue Jeans
9. The Alan Price Column 'The Tutor
10. TV Pop Shows
II. Making Your Own Recordings - Pete Townsend
12. George Harrison Talks About The Indian Sound
13. On Stage With The Kinks
14. The Mariachi Sound
16. Where Is Everybody?
18. Those Days In Hamburg
19. St. Louis Union Started On The Blues Kick
20. Piano Competition Results ; Overlanders Have Put In Lot Of Work
22. Keith RichardMusic Brain Behind The Stones
24-25. Instrumental News
26-28. Songwriting Now. Part 3: Demonstration Discs
29. Recording Notes
30. Your Queries Answered; Instrumental Corner
31. The Session Men, No 8. Paul Jones.
33. Have You Heard?
34. In The FactoryMaking A Keyboard
35. Profile On Tom Jones
36. A Pint-Sized Proby?
37. Your Letters
38. Your Local Equipment Specialists
39. Top 20Five Years Ago/An Opening For The Eyes?
VG condition 7/10 - Has average signs of use. Will be posted in a strong cardboard envelope
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, emphasizing instruments and production equipment in it's interviews and moving to progressive rock in the late 1960s and 70s.
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