Trouser Press Magazine June 1980 Public Image Beatles Squeeze Tourists Romantics
Trouser Press No. 51 June 1980 Volume Seven, Number Five
The Blues Magoos have electric suits; by Jim Shahin
8 ANGEL CITY
Martha lost one of her Vandellas; by Fim Green
Mickey Dolenz saw Samantha Juste the other day; by Harry George
11 OFF BROADWAY
Brian Epstein and the Beatles have their own jet; by Jon Young
The Beach Boys took a holiday in Hawaii, by Jon Young
Have the Bill Wymans gone pfffft?; by Nicholas Schaffner
20 PUBLIC IMAGE LTD.
Bert Lahr is covering Moby Grape’s “Omaha’”’, by Scott Isler
The Ringo Starr's had a baby boy in August; by Dave Marsh
28 JOAN ARMATRADING
George and Patti visited Haight-Ashbury, by Marianne Meyer
Good+ condition with some creasing to cover.
Trouser Press was a rock music magazine started in New York in 1974. As the 1970s music scene transformed, so did the magazine's editorial focus. From 1976 on, Trouser Press frequently centered on the growing punk movements in London and New York. Trouser Press provided in-depth articles on bands like the Sex Pistols, Boomtown Rats, The The Clash, The The Damned, The Ramones, Television, Blondie and many other similar groups, long before other U.S. music publications did. It continued through the early 1980s focusing almost exclusively on new wave, alternative rock, and underground rock from both sides of the Atlantic until it ceased publication after the April 1984 issue (#96).
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