Omaha Rainbow Magazine No 23 Spring 1978 Ian Dunlop Lee Clayton Alvin Crow The Shadows Cliff Richard

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Omaha Rainbow Magazine No 23 Spring 1978 Ian Dunlop Lee Clayton Alvin Crow The Shadows Cliff Richard

Omaha Rainbow No 23 1978 includes Honky Tonkin' mail order catalogue

2...O'BSESSIONS WITH JOHN STEWART. Special thanks to
Ton at the Virgin Record Store in Leeds, Martha Laurie
at the RSO Offices in London, Tom De Lisle in Malibu,
Roger Scott at London’s Capital Radio, Lee Simmonds at
RCA, London, and Debbie Bennett at Capitol Records press
Office in London.

4...ROXY GORDON & AMANDA. Originally published in
Picking Up The Tempo 9 in July 1975, and revised by Roxy
in January 1980 for this issue of Omaha Rainbow.

5...RICHARD DOBSON - Poor Richard's Newsletters. The
sixth in a continuing series.

7...BOBBY BARE, interviewed by Richard Wootton at the
Royal Gardens Hotel, Kensington, on Sunday 27 October
1979. Special thanks to Simon Frodsham and Suzie Rome at
the CBS Press Office in London.

9... LEE CLAYTON, interviewed by Peter O'Brien in the
Capitol Records Press Office in London on Tuesday 5
February 1980. Special thanks to Debbie Bennett,
Pete Frame's Rock Pamily Trees, published in March 1980
by Omnibus Press. Everyone who reads this magazine
should purchase a copy of Pete's book. The ISBN number
is 0.86001.414.2 and the Order Number is OP 40294,

14..IAN DUNLOP, interviewed by Colin Hill in Ian's
converted Barn/Studio somewhere on the desolate Lizard
Peninsula in Cornwall on Saturday 22 September 1979, and
later at Colin's home in Launceston, Cornwall, on
Thursday 1 November 1979.

19..JOHN STEWART, interviewed at John's home in Malibu,
California, by Rich Wiseman for Songwriter Magazine.
This interview is gratefully reprinted with the
permission of the Len Latimer Organisation, Limited;
copyright 1979; all rights reserved. Special additional
thanks to peter Kirkpatrick. Songwriter Magazine's
address can be found on page 22. Send £2.50 for a sample
copy. The magazine is well worth investigating.

23..The LOMAX GOLD Record Collection.

OR24 will contain an extensive interview with Texan
songwriter, Butch Hancock, who was recently over here
with the Joe Ely Band. Meanwhile, I urge you to purchase
his new double album, "The Wind's Dominion,” on
Rainlight RLT 1644. Available here from GI Records,

30b Raeburn Place, Edinburgh FH4 1HN, Scotland. £7-10,
including postage. In the USA write direct to Rainlight
Records, 210 Post Road Drive, Austin, Texas 78704, USA.

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