Nuggets Magazine No 7 John Martyn Frank Zappa Lou reed Mike Heron Big Star Southside Johnny
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Nuggets Magazine No 7 John Martyn Frank Zappa Lou reed Mike Heron Big Star Southside JohnnyNuggets Magazine No 7 April/May 1977
SOUTHSIDE JOHNNY & THE ASBURY JUKES The first article is another Me William last-minute special this time featuring Asbury Park's second son Johnny Lyon. He's known to you as Southside. Plus lots of pictures. JOHN STEWART Now we know Omaha Rainbow has told you everything about John Stewart from his album serial numbers to his inside leg measurement. However for a concise over view of the man's music look no further than guest writer Spencer Leigh's critique. JOHN MARTYN Ace shu Herman Eugen Beer (of CAMRA?) rapped briefly with the revitalised John Martyn recently. Here s what went down. BIG STAR DWIGHT TWILLEY BAND THE RASPBERRIES Famed correspondent of Creem Magazine Peter Langley has come up with his first piece for us at last. The Big Star/Raspberries/Twilley angle has been covered elsewhere, but Pete gives this field of American music a new and perceptive treatment. MIKE HERON Mike Heron has been steadily building a second stage to his career over the last few years. If he's escaped your attentions then catch up with Mike Davies of his solo activities. FRANK ZAPPA On Air - four page article. SHAVE THE DONKEY Features (on 2 pages) fewer reviews but some good grist on ASHLEY HUTCHINGS. Since the very first issue we've been promising you A Lou Reed article, so it’s fitting that it should appear on our first birthday. Dave Seal never got round to writing it, nor did Dave Smith, but His brother Martin DID (he of Spector series fame). Inside is a candid appraisal of the man’s activities this decade. The Velvet Underground article? Well maybe next year. 4 PAGES OF REVIEWS AFTER HOURS
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