Some articles from 1960s music magazines

Here’s some more interesting stuff from (mainly American) music magazines from the 1960s.  They’re in no particular order:

The Electric Prunes

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The Beach Boys

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Buffalo Springfield

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Nancy Sinatra

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Jefferson Airplane

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The McCoys

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The Strawberry Alarm Clock

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The Blues Magoos

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1910 Fruitgum Company / The Lemon Pipers

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The Byrds

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The Turtles


Nico (or should I say Nicky?) with some bloke…


The Cryan’ Shames

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The Standells


The Box Tops / The Hollies

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The Troggs


Jimi Hendrix

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“Ten Groovy New Groups”

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These articles / photos are taken from the following magazines:  Movie Teen Illustrated July 1967, February 1968, July 1968, October 1968; Teen’s Top Ten March 1967; Datebook February 1967; Teen World February 1966; Music Echo 9 April 1966.

Lost and Found: Young Girl’s Autograph Book from 1970

My friends know how much I like collecting oddities and so Mr & Mrs Stickwell very kindly bought me this lovely autograph book:


I thought it would be nice for me to collect autographs in but in fact it’s already used.  Apparently it used to belong to a young lady called Julia Page who probably went on to music school in the early seventies.  I’ve scanned some of the contents but I’ve not included any of the addresses, although the majority of those who provided addresses were from Streatham, Manchester, Ramsgate and Sheffield.  It’s funny how innocent the contents appear today.  Here they are, just for fun:


Sorry, Sarah, looks like that devil Jane Peacock was the last in the book…