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Article from Making Music, April 1986

My lords, ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the party to celebrate the first issue of Making Music, the finest and biggest musicians' magazine in the known cosmos. May I introduce Mr and Mrs Socket and their dirty son Jack. Mr and Mrs Synth and their lovely daughter Polly. Editor Paul Colbert. Mr and Mrs Singh-Desk and their well-laid-out son, Mick. Mr and Mrs Spedal, whose daughter Cora has unfortunately been delayed. Assistant Editor Tony Bacon. Mr and Mrs Woodfingerboard and their dusky offspring Rose. Mr and Mrs Plingkeyboard and their s-s-stuttering s-s-son, S-S-Sam. Reviews Editor Jon Lewin. Mr and Mrs Tom and then-imaginatively-named son, Tom. Mr and Mrs Output, Master Output, and their pet horse Trigger. And of course the office nun, Mother Keyboard.

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