International Musician & Recording World Magazine October 1976 Herbie Hancock Kiss Strawbs

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International Musician & Recording World Magazine October 1976 Herbie Hancock Kiss Strawbs

International Musician October 1976 featuring Herbie Hancock, Kiss, the Strawbs etc

13 Letters Edited by Eamonn Percival 
14 Herbie Hancock Tony Bacon discovers some Secrets — strictly off the record, of course. 
20 Guitarcheck Stephen Delft reviews two acoustic guitars 
24 Soundcheck Mark Sawicki probes into a Turner power amp and an Allen & Heath mixer 
32 Drumcheck  36 Keyboardcheck  40 Kiss 46  The Strawb  52 Build A Square Wave Generator 
Bob Henrit hammers a Hamm kit 
W.L.M.'s Trip organ, as scrutinized by Rod Argent 
Puckering up to success 
Not a typographical error, but an interview with Dave Cousins 
A tasty piece of test equipment from Mark Sawicki 
56 Synthesizer Unravelled: Part 4  60 The Family Of Mandolins 67 In Brief  69 News 
Graham Hinton sheds further light on the darkest of keyboards 
Stephen Delft's genial geneology of the eight-stringed instrument 
Short reviews of instruments and equipment 
What's happening in the business 
70 Build a Loudspeaker Cabinet   76 Bill Nelson 88  Phoenix  90 Dealer News 
Part 2 of Ken Dibble's series 
Be Bop Deluxe guitarist talks to Tony Bacon 
Ray Hammond looks at the launch of a new band 
91 Dealer of the Month Hessy of Liverpool 
94 Music Trade News 
97  Albums  99 Studio Diary 102 I mpakt Percussion Synthesizers 106 Buzz: Herts and North Middlesex 
Reviews of the latest albums 
Bon Henrit looks at the percussion of the future 
A look at the musical life of the Home Counties 
117 Market Report: Kernble-Yamaha A look at the Japanese acoustics 
127 Lighting Survey The best of the brightest in Britain 
132 BMITF Photo Review 
145 London Trade Shows 147 Price Scanner 
156 Dealer Guide 
156 Studio Guide 156 Hire Guide  158 Classified 
161 Reader Service 

During the 1970s, the International Musician Magazine featured extensive interviews with many well known rock, prog, pop and jazz recording artists, such as The Who, ELP, George Benson, Jaco Pastorius, Frank Zappa, Iron Maiden and a host of others. Interviews usually focused on the recording techniques, recording equipment and instrumentation favoured by the artists interviewed.

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