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New Wax PoeticsIssue #51 – Master P/Shabazz Palaces Cover ... Magazine
Wax Poetics, 2012. New Copy .... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Wax Poetics goes nearly all hip hop for this issue – covering original game-changers and the best contemporary revisionists alike – with cover features on Nas, Danny Brown, Master P and his No Limit legacy, and Shabazz Palaces! Wax Poetics, tasked with following up their decade milestone issue, pulls that off brilliantly here. It's got one of the best, realest interviews with Nas we've ever read, a great look at Master P's No Limit and the Beats By The Pound production empire, a resurgent El-P, the legendary Kurtis Blow, Killer Mike, Oddisee, THEESatisfaction, Cities Aviv, modern jazz great Robert Glasper and much more! Magazine
(2 covers for Issue #51: this one has Master P on the front and Shabazz Palaces on the back.)

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New Wax PoeticsIssue #38 – December/January 2009/10 ... Magazine
Wax Poetics, 2009. New Copy .... Out Of Stock
Curtis Mayfield graces the front cover – a film funk and soul focused issue #38 of Wax Poetics! This issue features a great piece on Curtis and the Superfly legacy, with Re:Discovery section profiles of soundtracks from Marvin Gaye's Trouble Man to John Carpenter's Assault On Precinct 13 and more, the resurrected Brotherman soundtrack to the never-made film from Chicago's Final Solution, a profile of Black Dynamite composer Adrian Younge, Gangs On Film from the South Bronx of 1979 documented in 80 Blocks From Tiffany's, articles on library music, Iceberg Slim, the funk era animation of Ralph Bakshi, Spike Lee, Numero's Light On The Southside and much more! This definitely going on our top shelf of favorite issues of Wax Poetics! Magazine
(Issue #38 features 2 covers – both have images of Curtis Mayfield on the front cover. Some have back covers featuring a still of Ralph Bakshi's Coonskin, while others have a shot of Radio Raheem from Spike Lee's Do The Right Thing.)

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New Wax PoeticsIssue #38 – December/January 2009/10 ... Magazine
Wax Poetics, 2009. Used .... Out Of Stock
Curtis Mayfield graces the front cover – a film funk and soul focused issue #38 of Wax Poetics! This issue features a great piece on Curtis and the Superfly legacy, with Re:Discovery section profiles of soundtracks from Marvin Gaye's Trouble Man to John Carpenter's Assault On Precinct 13 and more, the resurrected Brotherman soundtrack to the never-made film from Chicago's Final Solution, a profile of Black Dynamite composer Adrian Younge, Gangs On Film from the South Bronx of 1979 documented in 80 Blocks From Tiffany's, articles on library music, Iceberg Slim, the funk era animation of Ralph Bakshi, Spike Lee, Numero's Light On The Southside and much more! This definitely going on our top shelf of favorite issues of Wax Poetics! Magazine
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New MojoIssue 244 – March 2014 (with bonus CD) ... Magazine
Mojo, 2014. New Copy .... Out Of Stock
The Mojo cover nod goes to Small Faces in this issue – for a great feature that details the mid 60s mod legends' unlikely ascension to pop stardom, and their subsequent search for artistic freedom – with a ton of other excellent articles, too! Includes look at the Everly Brothers legacy with Robert Plant, Paul McCartney and other legends, Al Green and Hi Records, The Who, Beck, The Beatles in America and much more – and a 150 reviews. Includes free CD – Small Faces & Friends – with Rod Stewart, Nico, The Nice, PP Arnold, Humble Pie, Murray Head, The Fleur D Lys, Amen Corner, Nicky Scott, Chris Farlowe and many more. Magazine

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New ShindigIssue 35 ... Magazine
Shindig, 2013. New Copy .... Out Of Stock
The reach of The Beatles was mighty strong in the 70s – so much so that even after the breakup of the fab four, their influence was felt in countless strands of music on both sides of the Atlantic! This rich issue of Shindig traces that post-Beatles legacy – with great articles on solo Paul McCartney, Harry Nilsson, Klaatu, Simones, The Deviants, Stackridge, and even the famous parody group The Rutles! The issue is one of the most unified we've ever seen from Shindig – amost a book, really – and comes in full color, complete with the usual great run of reviews, too. Magazine

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New Wax PoeticsIssue #51 – Nas/Danny Brown Cover ... Magazine
Wax Poetics, 2012. New Copy .... Out Of Stock
Wax Poetics goes nearly all hip hop for this issue – covering original game-changers and the best contemporary revisionists alike – with cover features on Nas, Danny Brown, Master P and his No Limit legacy, and Shabazz Palaces! Wax Poetics, tasked with following up their decade milestone issue, pulls that off brilliantly here. It's got one of the best, realest interviews with Nas we've ever read, a great look at Master P's No Limit and the Beats By The Pound production empire, a resurgent El-P, the legendary Kurtis Blow, Killer Mike, Oddisee, THEESatisfaction, Cities Aviv, modern jazz great Robert Glasper and much more! Magazine
(2 covers for Issue #51: this one has Nas on the front and Danny Brown on the back.)
 
 
 



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