Shindig! Magazine Issue 123 (January 2022) Spiritualized

Shindig! Magazine Issue 123 (January 2022)

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Shindig! Magazine Issue 123 (January 2022) Spiritualized

Brân  The Welsh musical collective’s side projects and spin-offs
Lord Tim Hudson  The story of American’s “first British import disc jockey” and his brush with fame
Steppenwolf  From Canada to LA via the NYC folk scene, SF garages and celluloid immortality. Leader John Kay grants a rare interview
Nilsson The singer-songwriter’s journey takes him a little too close to the sun. “We did ‘Without You’ because my career was on the wane and we wanted something to make a hit. You have to have hits. I don’t care who you are. If you don’t have hits, fuck you”

20 Questions Musician, writer, curator and rock ’n’ roll fan Lenny Kaye
Thoughts & Words  Your letters, tweets and emails
It’s A Happening Thing  CAM Sugar, Black Ivy, David Christian, Pixy Jones, Julie Doiron, Cheval Fou, Tom Shotton, The Violet Mindfield, Big Legal Mess/Bible & Tire, Joe Harvey-Whyte, Madmess, Glenn Fallows & Mark Trefell, Ger Eaton, Regal Worm, Andrew Gabbard, Estranhos Românticos, Scrounger
Shindiggin’ What’s hot on the Shindig! turntable
Family Album  Duncan Browne’s ill-starred 1968 debut Give Me Take You
Song Book  How Van Dyke Parks’ ‘High Coin’ became a folk-rock standard
Back To Back  ‘The Last Thing On My Mind’
Deep Cuts Anatolian rock
Reviews  The best in reissues, new releases, 45s and books
Prize Crossword Win David Crosby’s If I Could Only Remember My Name
Vinyl Art  Strawberry Alarm Clock’s The World In A Seashell

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