International Musician & Recording World Magazine April 1979 Stranglers Byrds Billy Cobham

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International Musician & Recording World Magazine April 1979 Stranglers Byrds Billy Cobham

International Musician January 1978 featuring Dave Greenfield of the Stranglers, The Byrds, Billy Cobham, Herbie Hancock, Gruppo Sportivo, Brian Bennett etc.

Special Features 
29 £2,000 PA Competition Answer four easy questions and win a massive prize. 
31 McGuinn, Clark & Hillman Roger, Gene and Chris are back on the road again. John Adali-Mortty reports from the roadside. 
44 82 
Herbie Hancock David Lawrenson talks synthesizers with the king of the Vocoder. 
Billy Cobham The drummer's drummer talks about his past, present and future to Joel Siegel. 
88 Dave Greenfield David Lawrenson meets the man behind the Hammond behind the Stranglers. 
93 Playing: Guitar By Mitch Holder 95 Playing: Drums By Dave Mattacks 
97 Playing: Pedal steel By Dave Hayward 99 Playing: Harmonica By Paul Rowan 
102 Brian Bennett After 17 years in the Shadows, he still enjoys the limelight. Eamonn Percival discovers why. 
124 Gruppo Sportivo Sean Hogben runs the gauntlet of a bunch of Dutch satirists. 
188 Frankfurt 79 A pictorial review of the trade fair. 
201 Sax maintenance Handy horn hints from Alan Holmes. 
Test Section 
49 Guitarcheck I Any new product from Gibson is always of interest, and with the Paul Stephen Delft may well have come across a collector's item of the future. 
53 Keyboardcheck Tony Hymas discovers the best of both worlds in a Hohner Duo. 
54 Soundcheck I Mark Sawicki turns his attention to a Turner B302 power amp, a model which should please many artists. 56 Synthcheck For those of you with two ears, Dave Simmons and rockin' Robin Lumley combine to bring you a report on the EMS Universal Sequencer in glowing stereo. 
60 Guitarcheck II A second helping from Stephen Delft who launches into an Antoria Apollo 24. 
63 Guitarcheck III Stephen completes his hat-trick with a look at a Raimundo Requinto. 
64 Effectscheck An MX R 31-band graphic EQ finds itself effectively tested. 
68 Soundcheck II Mark Sawicki rolls his screwdriver over a Roland GA 120. 
70 Drumcheck A Tama Superstar 5 kit takes some heating. 
73 In Brief What with Piggy amps and a Bird Brothers flightcase, the IM offices grow more like Noah's Ark every day. 
Recording World 
157 Studio Diary Who's recording what, where ... 
159 The Producers: John Cale Steve Weitzman quizzes the weird Welshman in New York. 
165 Sound Workshop Offer Learn your way around the recording studio at half price! 
167 Studio of the Month Rock City, Shepperton. 169 SES spells success You want studio equipment? This firm supplies it. 
Regular Features 
15 Letters Top of the bill this month is the heavyweight guitarist contest between Jeff Beck and Gary Moore. 
132 Albums The good, the bad and the indifferent, no disc is left unturned by the IM staff. 
139 Queries IM's problem page for instruments and equipment — eat your heart out, Anna Raeburn. 
180 Buzz New bands, general news and info. 
184 Guitar Workshop Stephen Delft on adjusting beginners' guitars. 
196 Understanding Synthesizers Tony Horsman explores three synthesizer modules in his latest instalment. 
225 Ad Index and Competition Entry Form 

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