Shindig! Magazine Issue 103 (May 2020)
Eric Burdon & the Animals: Farewell Newcastle Brown. Hello LSD. The psych years.
Carole King: The legendary song-smith’s transition from writer to singer
Mike Hurst: Amazing tales from the producer’s chair
Amanda Trees: Hendrix accomplice tells all
Shindiggin’: What’s hot on the turntable
Thoughts & Words: Your letters, tweets and emails
It’s A Happening Thing: Paul Weller, Bob Stanley, Tim Burgess, The Eighteenth Day Of May, Paul Orwell, Man Man, Marie LaForet, Spring, Bobby Conn, Fire In Her Eyes.
Happening Right Now: Brand new music from Sairie, Surprise Chef and The Bobby Lees.
Family Album: France Gall’s 1968
Deep Cuts: Roy Wood tunes
Songbook: Chip Taylor and Al Gorgoni’s majestic ‘Picture Me Gone’
20 Questions: Iain Matthews 50+ years in the business: The Pyramid, Fairport Convention, Matthews Southern Comfort, Plainsong and his enduring solo career
Reviews: The best in reissues, new releases, books and live shows
Vinyl Art: Marvin, Welch & Farrar’s Second Opinion
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