Omaha Rainbow Magazine No 31 Autumn 1982 Jim Dickinson Butch Hancock Little Steven Eric Taylor
Omaha Rainbow Magazine No 31 Autumn 1982
2...O'BSESSIONS WITH JOHN STEWART - Special thanks to
Jennie Tomlinson, Marge Stewart, Molly Swan, Rod and
Judy Wilson, John Parisi, Ben Blake, Peter Kuester,
John Delgatto and Mike Shergold.
4..-LITTLE STEVEN aka MIAMI STEVE VAN ZANDT,
interviewed by John Tobler in the EMI (UK) Board Room
in Manchester Square, London, on Monday 25 October
1982. Special thanks to Ray Still.
8..."Deliverence From Nowhere" - TOM RUSSELL looks
into Bruce Springsteen's "Nebraska" for Omaha.
10...ERIC TAYLOR, interviewed by Peter O'Brien in the
number two studio at Gideon Sound in Krum, Texas, on
Tuesday 31 August 1982. Special thanks to Aileen and
Elkin Thomas for technical assistance, while not
forgetting Bubba and Susan's remarkable hospitality
and Mister Mink's watchdog services,
14...JIM DICKINSON, interviewed by Mart Sinnock in the
band rest area at the Hammersmith Odeon, London, on
Saturday 29 May 1982; and at the Pavilion Gardens in
Brighton, Sussex, on Friday 4 June 1982. Special
thanks to Obscuro Enterprises.
18...BUTCH HANCOCK - "Wind, Words, and the West Texas
Waltz," by John T, Davis. This story was first
published in the June 1982 issue of Third Coast - The
Magazine of Contemporary Austin. It is published here
with the full permission of Publisher, Chris Hearne,
Editor, John Taliaferro, and John T. Davis who lives
in Austin, but knows Mr.Stubbs personally. Thanks to
all three, plus special thanks to Len Joseph for
making the connections and pulling the right strings.
22...RICHARD DOBSON - Don Ricardo's Life and Times. The
first in a new series, Hello and goodbye to Poor
23...The LOMAX GOLD Record Collection.
The cover photograph of Eric Taylor is by Steven Dean
Moore. The photograph of Little Steven on page 4 is
courtesy of Debbie Bennett at the EMI America Press
Office in London, The photograph of Bruce Springsteen
and the E Street Band on page 9 is courtesy of Sharon
Wheeler and Terry Lott at CBS Records in London. The
photograph of Eric Taylor on page 10 is courtesy of
Tom and Carol Southwick and Peatherbed Productions, as
is the photograph of Nanci Griffith on page 12. The
photograph of Jim Dickinson on page 14 is by Mart
Sinnock, The photograph of Ry Cooder on page 16 is by
John Ward. The photograph of Richard Dobson on page 22
is from his personal collection. The photograph of The
International Submarine Band in OR30 was from the
archives of David Cundy. Thankyou one and all.
Excellent condition - clean pages throughout
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