Sound International Magazine Jan 1980 Steve Howe Yes Robert Fripp The Motels
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Sound International Magazine Jan 1980 Steve Howe Yes Robert Fripp The MotelsSound International Magazine January 1980 with the following content...
18 SI turnkey competition The 4-track Portastudio can be yours: over £500 of Teac for under 500 wordsworth of record review. 19 Avon Calling Ding-dong! West indies examined by John Morrish. Part one - Heartbeat records. 23 Three guitarists Ebanks, Howe and Palmer form a new supergroup (henceforwards known as EHP) just for your delight in SI's special guitar-shaped decade-launching issue.
26 Eric Portastudio and Nyree Dawn Portastudio in a Mel Lambert production.
28 New Realism; Robert Fripp observes the music business waiting for its platinum ship to come in, while the music stays healthy.
30 Eight oriental guitars tested The Oriental invasion - from Aria to Westbury - examined by decadent Western SI strumming team (lots of people).
43 Robin Millar gives an individual's view of a
50 Mel Lambert tells the story of Canned highly individual luthier - John Diggin Rock's self-produced and self-financed (pictured right). albums.
7 News: Live Music Competition winners; plus instrument and studio news 15 Etcetera: Peter Ker, the Motels 54 Drums: Tama Swingstar kit - Peter Randall 55 Bass: Yamaha BB1200 - Steve York 67 Keyboards: ARP Quadra - Dave Crombie 60 Sound Reports & Views: The Jam, drum tutor, UK, albums of '79 60
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