Fabulous Magazine 13 March 1965 Rolling Stones/Charlie Watts Beatles Kinks Dusty Springfield Bobby
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Fabulous Magazine 13 March 1965 Rolling Stones/Charlie Watts Beatles Kinks Dusty Springfield BobbyFabulous 13 March 1965
Fabulous WISH COMES TRUE
Paul McCartney ... photographer RALPH HOWARD.
P. J. PROBY photographer STEVEN THOMPSON.
The Kinks ... photographer JULIAN HANN.
DUSTY SPRINGFIELD . . . photographer BILL FRANCIS.
CLIFF BENNETT . . . photographer MAX STEINER.
CHARLIE WATTS . . . photographer MICHAEL DARLING.
THE FOURMOST . . . photographer DEREK BERWIN.
BOBBY JAMESON . . . photographer FIONA ADAMS.
Cliff Richard . . . photographer PICTORIAL PRESS.
MARIANNE FAITHFULL'S always wanted to visit Norman Hartnell'sFAB has granted her wish . . . THE FOURMOST love snails so we gave them a snail feast . . . snails may not be your favourite dish but The Beatles are everyone's so we have 50 NEW FACTS about the Famous Four . . . for FAB readers who want to meet the stars we've granted several wishes including CLIFF BENNETT ... BOBBY JAMESON tells you about the wish he wants to come true, and so does P.J. PROBY . . . Also includes CHARLIE WATTS in the first of a super poster-sized series of THE Rolling Stones in KING SIZE COLOUR as well as pin-ups of Paul McCartney, P.J. PROBY, The Kinks, DUSTY SPRINGFIELD, CLIFF BENNETT, THE FOURMOST, BOBBY JAMESON, Cliff Richard.
© Fleetway Publications Ltd, 1965
Very Good condition. Will be posted in a cardboard envelope...
Fabulous was a British pin-up magazine launched in January 1964. It later changed its name to Fabulous 208 after a few years & then again to Fab 208 in the 1970s. Fabulous 208 magazine was one of the top selling UK teen magazines of the 60s and early 70s. It's larger size of 13x10 inches made it extremely popular as many pages consisted of full colour shots of pop, beat, psychedelic groups and musicians of the time. Many of the full page pin-ups were cut out and stuck to bedroom walls so complete issues are becoming increasingly hard to find.
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