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KicksIssue 1 ... Magazine
Kicks, 1979. New Copy ... $13.99
The first issue of one of our favorite music magazines of all time – the legendary Kicks, a publication that was years ahead of its time when it first hit the racks in 1979! Kicks is an important precursor to current magazines like Mojo, Flashback, Ugly Things, and Shindig – and like those, it does a wonderful job of digging far far back in the past – and providing very rich, very thorough coverage on overlooked corners of rock and roll. This first issue is black and white, and production is more of a zine-style – but the issue is super-thick, and filled with writing by later Norton Records legends Miriam Linna and Billy Miller – on artists who include The Shaggs, Vince Taylor, Flamin Groovies, The Raiders, Keith Allison, and The Velvets – plus lots more great bits in shorter articles too. Magazine
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✨✧ ShindigIssue 101 ... Magazine
Shindig, 2020. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
There's some shaggy-looking Beach Boys on the cover – part of a great feature that looks at their troubled-but-beautiful musical creations in the 70s – in an issue that also has nice features on The Box Tops and Tangerine Dream too! As with all issues of Shindig, the presentation is great – vintage photos and other images, detailed articles, and the kind of vibe that makes this important music from the past live again! Lots more too – articles on Left Banke, MGMT, King Khan, Stone Poneys, Cornershop, Steve Van Zandt, Chris Darrow, and others – plus record reviews and other news. Magazine

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✨✧ Straight No ChaserIssue #100 – Fall 2019 ... Magazine
SNC (UK), 2019. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
The 100th issue of Straight No Chaser – a fantastic book-size version of the magazine that was one of the most important inspirations for Dusty Groove back at the start! There's few folks that cover the kind of music we love as well as Straight No Chaser – and this time around, they really knock it out of the park – with long articles on Kahil El Zabar, Rosie Turton, Tomorrow's Warriors, Thomas Sayers Ellis, IG Culture & Steam Down, Shirley Tettah, and Brownswood Recordings – plus lot of shorter features and some great art prints too! The expanded issue also features some key interviews from the SNC archives – with Abbey Lincoln, Pharoah Sanders, Dr John, Yusef Lateef, Gary Bartz, Terry Callier, Fontella Bass, and McCoy Tyner. The issue is a hefty 140 pages, beautifully laid out and squarebound – beautiful! Magazine

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✨✧ Vintage RockVintage Rock Presents Sun Records Special Edition – Here Comes The Sun – A Celebration Of The World's Most Important Record Label ... Magazine
Anthem (UK), 2020. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A special tribute to the legendary Sun Records – that Memphis powerhouse of early rock, blues, and country! The issue is very vivid, with no ads at all – just loads of great features on Sun and plenty of photos and other images too – with a special look at female artists who recorded for Sun, the label's greatest 45s, artists in the shadows, label boss Sam Phillips, and the Million Dollar Quartet of Elvis, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, and Johnny Cash. 130 pages, all color, with loads of images and photos! Magazine

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✨✧ Wax PoeticsWax Poetics Special European Collector's Edition ... Magazine
Wax Poetics, 2020. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
The return of a classic – the legendary Wax Poetics, a publication that's maybe been one of the most important influences on Dusty Groove customers over the past 20 years! This special issue was put together for the European market, and it combines a small amount of new content with some of the best articles from long out of print issues – all presented here with the usual fantastic mix of well-penned words and beautiful images that's always made Wax Poetics so wonderful. The issue has a great rundown on the contemporary London jazz scene and its amazing array of talent – plus articles on Roy Ayers, Gary Bartz, Mainstream Records, and Acid Jazz Records – and special articles that detail famous breaks that built up a whole generation of contemporary music – including "Apache" by The Incredible Bongo Band, "It's A New Day" by Skull Snaps., "Impeach The President" by Roy C, "Midnight Theme" by Manzel, "Synthetic Substitution" by Melvin Bliss, and "Amen Brother" by The Winstons. 127 pages, squarebound, full color, and with hardly any ads at all! Magazine

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