International Musician & Recording World Magazine August 1979 Thin Lizzy Jim Burns Jeff Berlin

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International Musician & Recording World Magazine August 1979 Thin Lizzy Jim Burns Jeff Berlin

International Musician Aug 1979 with lots of extras including the Jim Burns story.

Special Features

22 Sinceros
David Lawrenson talks to a new band
that can play pop music — as it really
should be played.

30 Brian Robertson
Eamonn Percival hears about Brian’s
travels — from Thin Lizzy to Wild

40 Dave Edmunds
Ira Kaplan dives into the Rockfile on

46 Iron Curtain Rock
We take a look over the Berlin Wall.

92 Jeff Berlin
Bill Stephen gives Jeff a chance to ex-
plain why he reckons ‘‘Nobody plays
like me!”’

112 Taj Mahal
Scott E. Kutina gets to the Roots of the
rebirth of the Delta blues.

124 Jim Burns
Yes he’s back! The ‘British Leo Fender’
tells his story and shows IM his new
crop of wares — which should raise a
few guitarist’s eyebrows.

167 Anemone Artists Register
We take a look at a new computerised
agency that can get you ‘‘off the

Test Section

52 Guitarcheck
A punchy verdict on an Aria SB 1000
bass from Stephen Delft.

56 Guitarcheck
Stephen plugs in an Ovation Preacher.

60 Soundcheck
Mark Sawicki reports on the vefsatility
of the Traynor TS25 combo.

65 Synthcheck
The limitless possibilities provided by
the Minimoog, examined by an enrap-
tured Robin Lumley.

68 Drumcheck
Henry Roberts gets to grips with the
new Yamaha YD222 set.

74 Speakercheck
Ken Dibble tests the high performance
Shure SR112 and _ SR 116

77 Speakercheck
More from Ken on compression drive

86 Soundcheck
Chris Rogers monitors the performance
of an Allen & Heath SR 20 mixer.

International Musician was a UK musicians magazine published from 1974 to 1991. During the 1970s, the International Musician Magazine contained extensive interviews with many well-known rock, pop, jazz, metal and indie recording artists. Interviews focused on the recording techniques, recording equipment and instrumentation favoured by the artists interviewed.

Excellent condition - 9/10

All items are professionally packed in high quality rigid all cardboard mailers. We do not use board backed paper envelopes. Magazines are placed in cellophane bags and then taped inside the mailer to keep it free from corners where damage can occur.

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