+ SHINDIG! MAGAZINE - Issue 40 The Music Machine

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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...

  • Featuring the 40 greatest records, bands, songs and genres in the Shindigverse.

  • The Music Machine burst out of LA and into the charts with their seminal 1966 single, ‘Talk Talk’.

  • Lenny Hesling talk talks to the surviving players about the complex and often misunderstood second album.

  • The Jayhawks came to national prominence in the early ’90s with Hollywood Town Hall and Tomorrow The Green Grass, a pair of albums that updated the classic sounds of Neil Young and The Byrds for the grunge generation, and saw the Minneapolis band heralded as champions of a spurious alt-country/ Americana movement.

  • Female vocal trio The Honey Cone crafted a string of sassy, soulful early ’70s pop symphonies for Holland-Dozier-Holland’s Hot Wax imprint, including a US chart-topper in the perennial ‘Want Ads’.

  • Nick Saloman has been making records and playing live as The Bevis Frond for nigh-on 30 years, during which time his endearingly mangled take on psychedelia and punk; songcraft and improvisation, has earned him a fanatical following and widespread critical acclaim.

  • After Barry McGuire’s recording of ‘Eve Of Destruction’ topped the US charts in September 1965, its author, Philip ‘PF’ Sloan, was thrust into an 18-month whirlwind of writing, recording and personal appearances.

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