Sound International incorporating Beat Instrumental Magazine October 1980 Blondie Human League
Sound International incorporating Beat Instrumental Back issue Oct 1980
17 Good evening I'm from FX:2
Roger Phillips tiptoes through even more
ADT and Chorus) pedals and plays
Double Tracks of My Tears.
22 Vdeo: an Encyclopideo.
Opening up a section linking sound and
vision in a hitherto unimagined way.
Richard Dean pokes around behind the
om off button and presents his treatise. Is
this thing called video an expensive
gadget. a tiresome hurdle for your band or
a Valuable medium?
30 Fun with Deborah and Christopher.
Rob Mackie hangs around in the front
parlour of Chris ‘Scorpion’ Stein and
Debbie ‘Cheekbones’ Harry and discovers
a thing or two about the Hans and Lotte
Hass of terra firma.
39 Jon Roseman.
Rock video from the producer’s end: not
just the top-budget Superfiash artistically
edited end, but also whether it’s
worthwhile getting a £250 Super-8
Camera and trying to interest an A&R
man from another angle. By Ralph
BBC's Old Grey Whistle Test TV's answer to VTR.
David Sinclair talks to the Old Grey
Whistling Testicle’s long-time producer on
the eve of BBC’s Rock Week - almost
worth buying a video recorder for.
50 Exit the future enter the Human League.
John Monrish enters Shefheld and finds
himself enmeshed in the strange world of
the Human League, whose heroes ap-
pear to include David Attenborough, Gary
Glitter and Steve McGarrett.
59 Al Cooper (who?)
Fred Dellar has a chat with the diverse
adventurer amid the blips and brrrts of
space invaders machines. Read this
New To You: Olympia’s British Music Fair 10
News: Small guitar makers, Around the studios 13
Road Works: The Blades 48
Sound Reviews: Slits, Reggatta d’Eté, albums 78
Guitar: Aria Gerry Cott —- Roger Adams 61
Bass: Schecter — John Knox 64
Keyboards: Moog Liberation -Dave Crombie 66
Drums: Ludwig Carmine Appice— Richard Burgess 69
Equipment: Four stereo tape machines — Mel Lambert 73
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