Creem Magazine June 1974 David Bowie Angie Bowie Roxy Music Mott the Hoople Deep Purple
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Creem Magazine June 1974 David Bowie Angie Bowie Roxy Music Mott the Hoople Deep PurpleCREEM June 1974 David & Angie Bowie Volume 6, Number 1. Uncencored Diamond Dogs poster intact.
THE CHRISTGAU CONSUMER GUIDE doldrums by Robert Christgau ... 13 ROCK 'N ROLL NEWS .... '15 THE BEAT GOES ON . ............ 18 ELP Go Nekkid; John Lennon, Lush; Norman Greenbaum Mellows In; And More! DON'T TOUCH THAT DIAL Locomotorvatin' with those Three ex Terry Knightsers who just keep on commbuzz diddling by Dave Marsh...26
Roxy Music: THE Bryan Ferry STORY, A HOLLYWOOD PRODUCTION Get ready, world, because this is The Next Big Thing. prognostication by Simon Frith...
FRIENDLY SEX WITH MARIA MULDAUR
There's more here than meets the eye, girl scouting by Michael Goodwin...32
TRANSCENDENCE OF THE ORGASM: Field Tripping With Deep Purple It's fun, and so are they, but this smart-ass interviewer keeps getting in the way. skydiversion by Le.ste- Bangs 34. LIFE WITH BOWIE: When Will Those Clouds All Disappear Not necessarily subtitled - I Married an Astral Foot.- Rebel meets rebel, double trouble. hard facts by Charles Shaer Murray . . . .
CREEM MATE OF THE MONTH: THE. NAKED BOWIE . AS YEARS GO BY: The Confessions of Marianne Faithful! It ain't such a gas being a Sixties casualty. death rock by Andrew Tyler... David Essex: A Rock & Roll Dropout Finds His Way Home Blue eyes aren't everything.But they help. starkgazing by Richard Cromelin .
ELEGANZA Maggie Bell & Wayne County: Woosc.frne Twosome? wornanticizatior7 by Lisa Robinson ... 50
PLAY IT LOUD Take your mike and milk it throat by Guitar Arnie ... 52
REWIRE YOURSELF How to become Todd Rundgren in your own living room. tape decadence by Richard Robinson . . . . 54 LETTER FROM BRITAIN Pop Renaissance Anglo Style, or Yankee Go Home. prescient preen by Nick Kent . . . UTTER TRASH inky jets by Mike Baron
LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT: Stabbing Your Way to a Fortune by Wayne Robins; IVIAME by Jean Uhelszki; CONFESSIONS OF A FILM FOX;and MORE BOOKS. . . . . 62 THE EVER (reviewed' by Kathy Miller); THE BLACK BOOK (reviewed by Ed Ward). RECORDS MOTT THE HOOPLE by Ben Edmonds; Bob Dylan by Greil Marcus; Humble Pie by Ed Naha; Slade by Robot A Hull; and MORE!
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