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'SHINDIG!' MAGAZINE - Issue 38 Featuring Granny Takes A Trip, Linda Perhacs, Twink of The Pretty Things, John McLaughlin.

Brand: Shindig Magazine

Psych, Garage, Beat, Powerpop, Soul, Folk... For People who want MORE!

Shindig Magazine - The magazine for the hip and happening today! Focusing on Sixties Psychedelica, Mod, Beat, Freakbeat, Powerpop and Garage - and the bands - Shindig is ideal for anyone who wishes they could take a time machine back to the Swinging Sixties!

In this issue...

  • Granny Takes A Trip: London’s first psychedelic boutique, the iconic and chameleonic Granny Takes A Trip, Nigel Waymouth – along with Sheila Cohen and the young tailor John Pearse – would go on to create one of the definitive looks of the ’60s British underground.
  • Linda Perhacs: In 1970, dental hygienist Linda Perhacs created a unique, forward thinking album, Parallelograms, produced by one of her clients, avant-garde composer and film scorer, Leonard Rosenman. Now recognised as a psych-folk masterpiece, it’s a singularly heady, cosmic record, full of sunshine and rain and Topanga Canyon otherworldliness.
  • John McLaughlin: John McLaughlin remains one of progressive jazz’s pre-eminent figures. He worked alongside Miles Davis, Tony Williams’ Lifetime and Carlos Santana, became an international rock icon with The Mahavishnu Orchestra, enjoyed Top 20 albums, Grammy nominations and the universal esteem of his peers, before abandoning the rock world to pioneer world music with Shakti and espouse the path of Bengali mystic Sri Chinmoy. A new biography by Colin Harper reveals in detail for the first time the story of John McLaughlin’s incredible path through the golden age of British pop.
  • Mary Love: Mary Love's career spanned three decades but only produced a modest handful of recordings, most of which are now considered beacons of 1960s soul.
  • Twink: As the man who occupied the drum stool in The Fairies, The In Crowd, Tomorrow, The Pretty Things, The Pink Fairies and Syd Barrett’s Stars, who pioneered the use of mime and performance art in psychedelic rock, and who embraced punk like few of his ’60s peers, Twink has lived the life of 10 men. Here, the psychedelic renaissance man waxes lyrical on his formative years in Essex, the white heat of the London underground scene and converting to Islam.
  • ...Plus all the hottest new releases and reissues reviewed!

Its hip! Its happening! Its Shindig! SHINDIG MAGAZINE - ISSUE 38 Featuring Granny Takes a Trip, Linda Pheracs, John McLaughlin, Mary Love, Twink of The Pretty Things and more. Full colour Sixties Magazine, perfect for lovers of Retro, Psychedelia, Mod, Sixties Beat, Soul, Powerpop Music, Bands and lifestyle! Shindig Magazine: 100 pages from front cover to back page. Full colour.

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