Beat Instrumental Magazine No 39 July 1966 Jeff Beck Mick Jagger Ronnie Lane Keith Moon

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Beat Instrumental Magazine No 39 July 1966 Jeff Beck Mick Jagger Ronnie Lane Keith Moon
Beat Instrumental Back issue No. 39 July 1966

CONTENTS 

SPECIAL ARTICLES 
Fats Domino Heavyweight of Beat 14/15 
Phil Franklin Drummer's Friend 15 
Nashville Sound 23 
Mystery Star? 24 
Jaggerantics Mick on his Movements 34 
MONTH'S FEATURES 
Barry Fantoni Fifth Kink? 4 
Stormsville Shakers Go Strong Geno Washington Ram Jam Band 5 
Big Band for Jeff Beck? 8 
Zealous Tony Hicks 10 
Mike Leander Record Producer II Jimmy Savile Zany DJ 13 
Hank Locklin Country Gentleman 18 19 
Mindbenders in Session 19 
Guitar King Steve Cropper 20 
Extrovert Keith Moon 21 
Echo Repeated Success! 22 
Don Spencer XL5 28 
Animal Talk 31 
Ike and Tina Turner 33 
A Vibrant Kink! 36 
Northern Star Jimmy Powell 39 
REGULAR FEATURES 
Player of the Month: Plonk Lane 6 
Alan Price Column Tutor 9 
One Nighter: Troggs 12 
Where Is Everybody? 16 
Instrumental News 24/25 
Getting the Best From Your Records, Part One 26 27 
Recording Notes 29 
Queries Answered/Instrumental Corner 30 
Session Man Johnny Pearson Songwriting Column 32 
Profile: Sandie Shaw 35 Tutors' Column 36 
Your Letters 37 Local Equipment Specialists 38 
Top 20 Five Years Ago 39 

Acceptable legible condition with heavy creasing to bottom right of front cover

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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