Beat Instrumental Magazine No 43 November 1966 Small Faces The Who Keith Moon Stones
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Beat Instrumental Magazine No 43 November 1966 Small Faces The Who Keith Moon StonesBeat Instrumental Back issue No. 43 Nov 1966 The Who's Keith Moon on cover & John Entwistle full page article/interview entitled Floppy Mouth Entwistle, The Stones then and now, Eric Burdon's America interview/article, Alan Price - Player of the month, Troggs Reg Presley song book,, Jim McCarty interview/article, Spencer Davis tries again article/interview, Jack Bruce explains Cream policy interview/article, Small faces keep the LP quiet, Motown modernises Isley Brothers sound, Walker Brothers, 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.
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Launched in May 1963 as Beat Monthly. From issue No 18 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. 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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