+ SHINDIG! MAGAZINE - Issue 43 The Prisoners

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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...

  • In barely five years The Prisoners punched a hole through the artifice of the music business, lighting up the barren landscape of ’80s rock ’n’ roll like no other and profoundly touching the lucky few who witnessed their coruscating live shows and bought their records.

  • Dana Gilespie's singing career was launched in the white heat of Swinging London, where she was courted by the hippest musicians of the day.

  • Renegade musician Scott Fagan enjoyed a dreamlike boho upbringing, was courted by New York musical giants Doc Pomus and Bert Berns, recorded scores of demos for Screen Gems Music and created the first rock opera to be staged on Broadway, one which lambasted the music industry and resulted in Fagan being blacklisted.

  • Starry Eyed Were Laughing were four guys on a mission to restore the pioneering 12-string jangle of The Byrds to its rightful place as one of rock’s most gloriously original and exciting sounds.

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