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Artist: FLASHBACK
Title: #1 Spring 2012
Format: Mag
Label: Flashback
Country: UK
Price: $10.00
"Flashback is a new full-color quarterly music magazine, covering 60s and 70s music in detail. The first issue is scheduled for April 2012. Edited by Richard Morton Jack (co-founder of Sunbeam Records and editor of the Galactic Ramble and Endless Trip books), it features writing from some of the worlds leading music authorities, including Richie Unterberger, Patrick Lundborg and Aaron Milenski. A4 in size (with a gloss cover), 208 pages long and full-color throughout, its packed with extensive new research, exclusive interviews and rare photos. The first issue includes: Mad River: the full story behind San Franciscos great lost acid rock band, by David Biasotti; David Axelrod: the great man talks us through his classic albums, one by one; Linda Hoyle & Affinity: an in-depth interview with the legendary vocalist, by Richard Morton Jack; "The 100 Most Under-Rated Guitarists Of The 60s & 70s" chosen by critics and the guitarists themselves; Fanny: a reappraisal of the pioneering female rock band, by Aaron Milenski. Montage: the Left Banke-related mystery is finally cleared up, by Richie Unterberger and 1950s Proto-Psychedelia: the origins of psych in 1950s exotica, electronic and avant music, explored by Patrick Lundborg, plus detailed reviews of CDs, LPs, DVDs & books, from household names (George Harrison, The Kinks and The Beach Boys) to cult heroes (Phil Ochs, Mellow Candle and Handgjort)." -Flashback.
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Artist: FLASHBACK
Title: #2
Format: Mag
Label: Flashback
Country: UK
Price: $17.00
"Edited by Richard Morton Jack (co-founder of Sunbeam Records and editor of theGalactic Ramble and Endless Trip books), it features writing from some of the worlds leading music authorities, including Richie Unterberger, David Wells, Patrick Lundborg, andAaron Milenski. A4 in size (with a gloss cover), 212 pages long, and full-color throughout, its packed with extensive new research, exclusive interviews and rare photos. Contents include:Tomorrow - Richard Morton Jack on Britains great lost psychedelic band, with all new interviews (including Steve Howe) and previously-unseen images. Morgen - at long last, the full story of everyones favorite hard psych album. 13th Floor Elevators - guitarist Stacy Sutherlands last interview. "Early Hard Rock" - Flashback nominates 100 of the best albums in the genre. "Yesterdays Papers" - a study of how vintage pop publications are preserved, and a guide to the best music mags of the 60s and 70s. Hullabaloo - an interview with Gerry Rothberg, editor of the legendary 60s pop mag. Ray Russell - the legendary guitarist talks us through his early albums in depth. Judy Dyble - a detailed interview with theFairport/Trader Horne singer. Dragonfly - the full story behind the legendary heavy psych band. Reviews - in-depth coverage of the latest CDs, LPs, and books." - Flashback.
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Artist: FLASHBACK
Title: #3
Format: Mag
Label: Flashback
Country: UK
Price: $17.00
"Edited by Richard Morton Jack (co-founder of Sunbeam Records and editor of the Galactic Ramble and Endless Trip books), it features writing from some of the worlds leading music authorities, including Richie Unterberger, Patrick Lundborg, and Aaron Milenski. A4 in size (with a gloss cover), 212 pages long, and full color throughout, its packed with new research, exclusive interviews and rare photos. Contents include Mighty Baby - Richard Morton Jack tells the remarkable tale of how Britains sharpest mods went psychedelic before embracing Islam, making two classic albums in the process. Includes extensive interviews and many rare and previously-unseen images. Syd Barrett - and the making of The Madcap Laughs. Tripsichord Music Box - at last, the tale is told of this mysterious SF psych band -- includes a rare interview with manager Matthew Katz. The Common People - the full story of this enigmatic Californian quintet, responsible for one of the late-60s best-loved cult LPs. "Singer-songwriters" - Flashback nominates 50 of the best-neglected albums in this crowded genre. Top Pops & Music Now - the intriguing history of Britains most obscure music weekly. Sandy Roberton - the famed folk-rock producer talks us through many of his productions. "Rock Memoirs" - Richie Unterberger investigates the rock memoir boom, and wonders how it might affect lesser-known artists. "MONO vs. STEREO" - Patrick Lundborg offers a fresh perspective on the debate that has divided audiophiles since the dawn of hi-fi. Reviews - in-depth coverage of the latest CDs, LPs, and books." - Flashback.

Artist: FLASHBACK
Title: #5
Format: Mag
Label: Flashback
Country: UK
Price: $22.00
"Issue #5 of Flashback, Summer 2014. Edited by Richard Morton Jack (co-founder of Sunbeam Records and editor of the Galactic Ramble and Endless Trip books), it features writing from some of the worlds leading pop music authorities. A4 size (with a gloss cover), 212 pages long, and full-color throughout, its packed with new research, exclusive interviews and rare photos. BLOSSOM TOES - This late 60s London quartet made two classic albums, gigged prolifically (including several fabled festivals), and even ventured behind the Iron Curtain. Richard Morton Jack gets their story straight, with the help of many rare and previously-unseen images. JUKEBOX - Luke Haines on twelve tracks that have inspired him. ALBUM BY ALBUM - Pioneering UK independent producer Vic Keary talks us through many of his productions, from pop and jazz to folk and prog. WORLD COUNTDOWN - At long last, the story behind Americas great lost underground paper and its enigmatic English proprietor, Charles Royal. ARCADIUM - An exclusive on the mysterious British prog/psych rockers, by Austin Matthews. OLAV WYPER - A rare audience with the man behind the Vertigo label -- and much more besides. FIRST PERSON - Fairport Conventions close friend Kingsley Abbott describes their early days. WALLY RICHARDSON - The fullest ever interview with the renowned session guitarist, by Scott D. Wilkinson. ROOM - The cautionary tale of the quintet behind the British prog classic Pre-Flight. CULPEPERS ORCHARD - The celebrated Anglo-Danish folk-rockers, by Claus Rasmussen. INTRODUCING ESOTERICA - Patrick Lundborg explains the concept of "esoteric appreciation." EUROPEAN ROCK - Fifty classic albums no collection should be without. ROBERT PLANT - A rare and revealing 1970 interview with the Led Zeppelin frontman. CRYING TO BE HEARD - The great lost Honeybus album, Recital. REVIEWS - Thorough coverage of recent CDs, LPs and books, taking in household names (The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin), cult heroes (Badfinger, Davy Graham, The Zombies) and ultra-obscurities (Mormos, Staff Carpenborg and Thors Hammer), with exclusive Q&As about certain items under review."

Artist: FLASHBACK
Title: #6 - Winter 2014
Format: Mag
Label: Flashback
Country: UK
Price: $22.00
“Edited byRichard Morton Jack (co-founder of Sunbeam Records and editor of the Galactic Ramble andEndless Trip books), it features writing from some of the worlds leading pop music authorities. In this issue: Sam Gopal: The full story of the British underground enigma. Despite recording frustratingly little, this groundbreaking Malaysian tabla virtuoso had a powerful impact on Londons late 60s underground rock scene. Richard Morton Jack tells his remarkable tale in full for the first time. Jukebox:Cathedrals Lee Dorrian on 12 tracks that have inspired him. Album By Album: The renowned producer and bassist Tony Reeves revisits several of his productions and performances. TeenSet: The story behind this pioneering 1960s American rock magazine. First Person: The reclusive singer-songwriter Bill Fay offers some rare insights into his unique music. Aardvark: At long last, the taxonomy of this elusive British progressive beast. The David: The remarkable tale of these precocious Californian teens. Margo Guryan: A detailed interview with the singer-songwriter behind 1968s wondrous Take a Picture album. James Williamson: An in-depth audience with the legendary Stooges guitarist.Jimmy Page: His fullest ever interview about The Yardbirds, unseen since early 1969. International Albums: Forty intriguing LPs from the furthest reaches of the rock world. Spinal Tap: A rare reprint of Polymer Records 1984 Smell the Glove press kit. Crying to Be Heard: Dick Hamiltons sole album -- the most enjoyable Dylan imitation of the 1960s. Reviews: Thorough coverage of recent CDs, LPs, and books, taking in household names (Bob Dylan,George Harrison, Small Faces), cult heroes (The Artwoods, Soft Machine, Marc Brierley), and ultra-obscurities (Min Bul, Tickawinda, Hot Knives), with exclusive Q&As about certain items under review.” - Flashback.

Artist: FLASHBACK
Title: #7 (Summer 2015)
Format: Mag
Label: Flashback
Country: UK
Price: $23.00
“Issue #7 of Flashback, Summer 2015. Edited by Richard Morton Jack (co-founder of Sunbeam Records and editor of the Galactic Ramble and Endless Trip books), it features writing from some of the worlds leading pop music authorities. In this issue: Vashti Bunyan: In the summer of 1968, Vashti Bunyan set out for the Western Scottish Islands in a horse-drawn wagon. The album she made en route -- and the journey itself -- have become the stuff of legend. Here she tells her story in greater depth than ever before... Jukebox: Wolf Peoples Dan Davies and Tom Watt on 12 tracks that have inspired them. Album by Album: Dave Green and Trevor Tomkins were perhaps the leading rhythm section in 1960s/70s British jazz. Here they talk us through several of their classic recordings. Phonograph Record Magazine: The history of this groundbreaking newspaper and its enigmatic founder-editor, the late Martin Robert Cerf. First Person: Bill Evanss late sister-in-law Pat describes the brilliant pianists unique relationship with her husband Harry. Placebo: The fullest account yet put together of Marc Moulins pioneering early 70s Belgian jazz-funk outfit. Raw Material: Responsible for two of the most sought-after LPs of the progressive era, this British quintets story is finally told. Euphoria: Having met on the Sunset Strip in 1964, William D. Lincoln and Hamilton Wesley Watt Jr. conceived one of the more audacious and extravagant albums of the decade. The Beach Boys: A long-overdue reprint of Michael Vosses eyewitness account of the genius and chaos of Brian Wilson as he toiled on the doomed Smile album. Fuzzy Duck: They were together for less than a year, but Fuzzy Duck made one of the most enduring hard rock albums of their era. Oriental Sunshine: Late 60s Norway was far from pops cutting edge -- but this sitar-toting trios sole album is a lost classic. Jimmy Page: A long-lost interview from September 1970, just before the release of Led Zeppelin III, exhumed from the pages of Rock magazine. Van Morrison: Two illuminating articles that appeared shortly after the release of Astral Weeks, and have barely been seen since. Down Underground: Fifty classic antipodean LPs from the heyday of underground rock. Crying to Be Heard: The sole release by Shaun Davey & James Morris, unheard since 1973.” - Flashback.

Artist: FLASHBACK
Title: #8 (Spring 2016)
Format: Mag
Label: Flashback
Country: UK
Price: $23.00
“Issue #8 of Flashback, Spring 2016. Edited by Richard Morton Jack, Flashback covers overlooked 60s and 70s music in depth, with expert writing, original research, and many rare and previously unseen images. In this issue: The Koobas: This Liverpudlian quartet released numerous 45s; toured with The Beatles; gigged with Jimi Hendrix, The Who, and Pink Floyd; made a fine album in 1968; and became stars in Switzerland -- but success at home proved hard to find. Richard Morton Jack tells their story for the first time. Jukebox: Michael Tanner of The A. Lords and United Bible Studies on 12 tracks that have inspired him. Album by Album: David Hitchcock oversaw classic records for Caravan, Genesis, Camel, and many others. Here he talks Flashback through his productions one by one. Time Out: Starting in August 1968, Time Out quickly became the most important source of information about what London had to offer, musically and otherwise. First Person: Robert Calvert recalls the short and intense career of Catapilla, with contributions from his bandmates Hugh Eaglestone, Brian Hanson, and Ralph Rolinson. Paternoster: Swiftly recorded and only released in their native Austria, Paternosters sole album is one of the most despairing and enigmatic recordings of its time. Stephan Szillus tells its tale for the first time. The Human Beast: Though this Edinburgh trio disowned their weird, hard-rocking LP, it has gone on to become a firm favorite around the world. Richard Morton Jack speaks to them. George Martin: A long-lost and revealing 1968 interview with The Beatles producer, conducted by the late J. Marks and exhumed from the pages of Eye magazine. The Evolution of Rock Critics: Aaron Milenski explores the changing tastes of rock critics -- and how they shaped his own tastes as a teenager. Mushroom: These Dublin teens had a big hit in 1973, toured Ireland relentlessly, and made one of the best "Celtic rock" albums of all time. Richard Morton Jack gets their story straight. Tamam Shud: Tamam Shud was one of the first Australian bands to embrace late 60s acid culture. Ian McFarlane tells their story. The Parlour Band: This Jersey quintet made one of the most highly regarded progressive pop albums of the early 70s. Austin Matthews gives their full history. British Private Pressings: Fifty of the best privately released albums from the heyday of British underground music. Reviews: Thorough coverage of recent CDs, LPs, and books, taking in household names (The Beatles, David Bowie, Van Morrison), cult heroes (Captain Beefheart, Procol Harum, Françoise Hardy), and ultra-obscurities (Robbie The Werewolf, Fuchsia, Lucifer). Crying to Be Heard: The enigmatic Day Breaks by John Wonderling, lost since 1973.” - Flashback.

Artist: FLASHBACK
Title: Flashback #4 Winter 2013
Format: Mag
Label: Flashback
Country: UK
Price: $18.00
"Edited by Richard Morton Jack (co-founder of Sunbeam Records and editor of the Galactic Ramble and Endless Trip books), it features writing from some of the worlds leading pop music authorities, including Richie Unterberger, David Wells, Patrick Lundborg, and Aaron Milenski. A4 size (with a gloss cover), 212 pages long, and full-color throughout, its packed with new research, exclusive interviews and rare photos. The cover stars this time round are UK folk-rock heroes Trees, and the epic accompanying feature includes interviews with all the band members, as well as numerous associated figures, and is illustrated with much rare and unseen material. Also featured are in-depth articles on Beverley Martyn, U.S. psych rockers Mandrake Memorial, Wilkinson Tri-Cycle, and Fraction, cult UK psych faves July, 50 intriguing albums in the notorious exploito genre, an exploration of proto-punk, and part two of Patrick Lundborgs investigation into mono vs. stereo, as well as a thorough CD, LP, DVD and book reviews section." - Flashback.

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