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International Musician & Recording World - July 1986

Editorial
Editorial

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Buzz
News

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Animal House
Interview

The Ramones

10 years on, and nothing's changed, including Chris Holland-Hill's underwear

Workbench
Feature

Go Active!

Phil Walsh promotes an active life

The Hippest Way
Interview

Hipsway

'If you can't come from Chicago, come from Scotland', reasons Tony Reed

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Competition

International Musicians Of The Year Competition; £20,000 worth of prizes to be won; this could be your big chance

The Famous Five
Feature

Guitarchives

Five aging axes exhumed by Paul Trynka

The Musical Micro
Feature

Take It From The Top

Tony Mills with more up and downmarket software

Tale Of A Trick
Interview

Joan Armatrading

Joan alone with Joan, Wilf Green plays fly on the wall

PA Column
Feature

The Waterboys

Dave Cottam takes the plunge with The Waterboys at Hammersmith Palais.

Idol Hands
Interview

Billy Idol

William Tells all to Philip Bashe

Feelers on the Dealers
Feature

Paul Gee Music

Wiliam P visits Paul Gee Music — a small shop with a big stock

Hofner 457 E2
Review

GuitarCheck

Dave Burrluck welcomes back an old name that never disappeared

Vision Effects Pedals
Review

EffectsCheck

Visions of the future, from a man called Bass

Casio CZ-230S
Review

SynthCheck

'Jack of all trades, master of none'? Tony Mills explains himself

Simmons SDC200 Drum Amp
Review

Ampcheck

A drum amp with a Symbol channel. Bob Henrit logs another innovation from Simmons

Simmons SDS1000
Review

DrumCheck

The black cat widdles in the white cat's eye: Bob Henrit explains

Aria RS Cat Guitar & RSB Cat Bass
Review

GuitarCheck

Another feline foray from Aria. Nice one(s) proclaims Dave Burrluck

Linko Acoustic Kit
Review

DrumCheck

Bob Henrit plays absolute beginners

Akai S900 Sampler
Review

SamplerCheck

Paul Fishman gets weird — again

Article Group:
Recording World

Studio Diary
Feature

Sex, decadent Rock Stars and Mediterranean Batik — it's all here for your delectation

The Producers
Interview

Barry Andrews

Uncle Chas de Whalley talks to Barry Andrews about life with Auntie

Studio Of The Month
Feature

The Strongroom

Tony Reed gives a hand at Strongroom Studio — almost

Home Taping: Tom Robinson
Feature

Tom Robinson

Tony Reed gets Turbot charged

Vesta Fire MR-1 Multitrack Recorder
Review

Studio Test

Jim Betteridge gives it a damp reception

APRS 86 Exhibition Preview
Show Report

What to expect at the Big Show in June

Roland SBX-10 Sync Box/Converter
Review

Studio Test

Curtis Schwartz meets The Master Controller and lives to tell the tale

MTR Dual Noise Gate
Review

Studio Test

It's cheap, it's fast, it's sensitive — it's Jim Betteridge

Track Record
Feature

Level 42

Jim Betteridge takes a lesson in love

News
News

Tomorrow's information as soon as you read it

International Musician & Recording World - Copyright: Cover Publications Ltd, Northern & Shell Ltd.

 

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