Rave Magazine No 1 February 1964 Beatles James Bond Billy Fury Cliff Crystals Adam Faith
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Rave Magazine No 1 February 1964 Beatles James Bond Billy Fury Cliff Crystals Adam FaithContents
RAVE No 1 FEBRUARY 1964 Copyright George Newnes Ltd
2-3 The Searchers • 4 Cliff Richard, Susan Hampshire • 29 Billy J. Kramer • 30-31 Cliff Richard • 32-33 The Beatles • 34 Paul Newman • 35 Adam Faith • 36 Gerry Marsden, Heinz • 62 Freddie Garrity • 63 Susan Maughan • 64 Billy Fury
22 James Bond adventure. 007 out to smash a drug racket. "Risico" by Ian Fleming
4 Cliff's own hate—frank talking as he films "Wonderful Life" 10 Beatles' secret dreams—when it's all over ... what then? 14 Iris a gossip?—yes, but not Louise Dunn 14 "Togetherness" in focus—fame ahead for "David Arvl Lisa" 15 Buddy will still be here in '74—there's a lot more Holly to come 16 Gerry's moment of truth—how long can he go on making No. l's? 18 Alan Freeman meets Billy Fury—first of a heart to heart, star to star series 20 Kathy Kirby's ideal—the kind of man she's looking for 25 "Instant Fame"—by Alan Field 26 Billy J's blue days—life wasn't always so good 30 Sun Soakers—share your holiday with the famous 39 "Leather Boys"—at last, a film that gives the facts 40 Kildare plays it tough—Richard Chamberlain shows a new face in his first starring film 44 Freddie the joker—why we must keep laughing at him 51 "Bonanza's" Little Joe at home—off the set, Mike Landon lazes 52 Presley's page—Elvis pull-out 58 Crystals get set—a whirlwind shopping spree for their British tour
42 Men—Dave Clark points the way 48 Girls—Dusty Springfield's secrets
8 Starbeat—Mike Grant's inside takes 46 Buyers' Survey—the best of the go-anywhere disc players 47 Starwise—are you a show biz expert? 55 Trends—the way things are moving 56 Highlights—what's happening in February 59 Letters—messages from friends
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