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You are looking at a digital download of Flashback - the world's most detailed rock history magazine.
This is issue #2, and includes the following in its 212 pages:
Steve Howe, Keith West, Junior Wood, Twink and friends tell the full story of the UK's great lost psychedelic band
Ethan Miller of Howlin Rain on the tracks that have inspired him, from the Troggs and Terry Reid to Randy Holden and Les Rallizes Denudes
Richie Unterberger on how vintage pop publications are preserved, and how access can be gained to them, with insights from experts at the British Library, the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame and elsewhere
Yesterday’s Papers Part 2
A rough guide to the most useful UK and US music publications of the late 60s and early 70s
Album By Album
Ace guitarist Ray Russell talks us through his early career in detail, including gigging with John Barry, touring with Jimi Hendrix and recording with Bill Fay
Gerald Rothberg discusses his groundbreaking magazine in depth, one of the earliest to take pop seriously
An enigma for decades, at long last we present the full story of everyone’s favourite hard psych album, via a thorough interview with Steve Morgen and many rare images
Gordon Jackson on meeting Eddie Cochran, gigging in Hamburg’s Star Club, jamming with Traffic, hanging out with Viv Stanshall and making a cult solo album
Nick Warburton on Canada’s provocative 60s rock experimentalists, whose sole album is a worldwide cult fave
A new interview with the Fairport Convention / Trader Horne singer, by David Wells, complete with several rare original newspaper reprints
Aaron Milenski offers and exclusive interview with guitarist Randy Russ about the pioneering US hard rockers, whose jaw-dropping album appeared in October 1968
Patrick Lundborg presents the full text of the 13th Floor Elevators’ guitarist’s fascinating final interview, conducted shortly before his untimely death
Early Hard Rock
Flashback nominates 100 of the best albums in the genre, from the UK, the US, Germany, Finland, Australia, Israel, Argentina, Japan and elsewhere
Crying To Be Heard
Patrick Lundborg on the Perth County Conspiracy’s tremendous Does Not Exist LP, which appeared in Canada in November 1970 and has never been reissued
Our panel of experts offer thorough coverage of recent CDs, LPs and books, spanning household names (the Kinks, Jimmy Page, the Small Faces), cult heroes (Nick Drake, the Action, Harold McNair) and ultra-obscurities (the New Dawn, Le Système Crapoutchik, John Killigrew). There’s also a round-up of recent reissue 45s, an audiophile section, and exclusive Q&As about several of the items under review.