Fabulous Magazine 14 November 1964 Rolling Stones Brian Jones Eric Burdon Gene Pitney

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Fabulous Magazine 14 November 1964 Rolling Stones Brian Jones Eric Burdon Gene Pitney

Fabulous 14 November 1964 

HERE’S WHERE TO FIND WHAT YOU WANT

SIMON SCOTT..................................... COVER
PHOTOGRAPHER DAVID STEEN

H! FAB/STARGAZING WITH JOHN LEYTON.. Pages 2/3
CILLA TURNS QUIZ QUEEN.................. Pages-4/5
MOIRA’S DATE WITH AARON................ Page 6
FAB PIN-UP: AARON WILLIAMS............ Page7
PHOTOGRAPHER FIONA ADAMS

HOW TO SUCCEED ON A DATE WITHOUT

REALLY TRYING BY FAB’S SHEENA.......... Pages 8/9
FAB PIN-UP: RINGO STARR.................. Page 10
PHOTOGRAPHER FIONA ADAMS

RINGO’S DOG/RECORD TIME WITH KEN BOW Page 11

WHY I'M SUCH A PROBLEM TO GIRLS BY
RICHARD CHAMBERLAIN.................... Page13

FAB PIN-UP: BRIAN JONES.................. Page 14
PHOTOGRAPHER PICTORIAL PRESS

FAB PIN-UP: GENE PITNEY.................. Page 15
PHOTOGRAPHER RON COHEN

WHO WOULD YOU RATHER DATE ?—DAVE
BERRY OR PAUL JONES...................... Pages 16/17

TELEDATE WITH ERIC BURDON BY FAB’S
SYLVIA..................................................... Page 18

FAB PIN-UP: ERIC BURDON.................. Page 19
PHOTOGRAPHER NICHOLAS WRIGHT

FASHION WITH GILL.......................... Pages 20/21
FAB PIN-UP: HERMAN’S HERMITS............ Page 23
PHOTOGRAPHER MICHAEL DARLING

WHAT A HONEY BY FAB’S SYLVIA STEPHEN Page 25

TONY HALL’S LETTER BOX/WHO’S WHO THIS
WEEK .................................................... Page 27

FAB PIN-UP: MIKE SMITH.................... Page 28
PHOTOGRAPHER RALPH HOWARD.

© Fleetway Publications Limited, 1964

VG+ condition - issue number written in biro on top margin

Fabulous was a British pin-up magazine launched in January 1964. It later changed it's name to Fabulous 208 after a few years & then again to Fab208 in the 70s. 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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