International Musician & Recording World Magazine July 1981 Pink Floyd Peter Tosh Richard Thompson
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International Musician & Recording World Magazine July 1981 Pink Floyd Peter Tosh Richard ThompsonInternational Musician July 1981 featuring Nick Mason of Pink Floyd, Peter Tosh, Richard Thompson etc.
NICK MASON 26
Tom Stock gets some of the answers
NAZARETH High Scottish power cornered in the US
PA COLUMN: STATUS QUO Ken Dibble gets down boogying
ELECTRIC MUSICIANS A-Z GANG OF FOUR Can musicians be political?
THE COLLECTORS: RICHARD THOMPSON Max Kay finds an unlikely guitar hero
PETER TOSH Reggae's leading light faces Peter Murphy
JOHN 'RABBIT' BUNDRICK Who's got the best keyboard gig then?
DRUMCHECK: TEMPO CHECK Drummer's portable time-keeper
SPEAKERCHECK 89 Ken Dibble concludes his current series
SOUNDCHECK: OHM COMBO 104 Nice graphic concludes Dave Mann
SYNTHCHECK: YAMAHA SK10 108 Excellent, inexpensive and pretty with it! GUITARCHECK: OVATION GLEN CAMPBELL 112 D.B. checks out Lyrachord SOUNDCHECK: SESSION 114 Dave Mann likes combo and monitors EFFECTSCHECK: T.C. 118 Superb, near studio quality units from Denmark STUDIO DIARY 121 STUDIO OF THE MONTH: TALENT MUSIC 122 ROLE OF THE PRODUCER 126 Gideon Koppel sets out to find out STUDIO TEST: P.S.E. REVERB 129 Ace value for money
STUDIO TEST: SOUNDCRAFT TAPE MACHINE 130 Try getting it back says Keith Spencer-Allen! PROFILE: DON RANDALL 133 DEALER OF THE MONTH: MACARI'S 135 TRADE NEWS 137
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.
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