Who Put The Bomp #5. Who Put The Bomp #6. Who Put The Bomp #7. Who Put The Bomp #8. Who Put The Bomp #9. Who Put The Bomp! # Who Put The. Who Put The Bomp was a rock music fanzine edited and published by Greg Shaw from to Its name came from the hit doo-wop song by Barry. It collects writings from the s-’70s run of Bomp! magazine, a worthy competitor of Creem and Crawdaddy as a rock mag that’s still fun to.
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About the Ephemera blog. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The book weighs in at pages and since the magazien are jam packed with stuff to read, much of it in small type, it will take you quite some time to read it.
Retrieved from ” https: The magazine was a departure from the mainstream and its writing style unique with its own opinion described as almost partisan.
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Later, the name was shortened to Bomp! Lady, That’s My Skull. Born in the Garage is a wonderful compilation of zines from a time long gone and is as educational as it is entertaining.
Restaurants, films, parties, exhibits, and more to help you avoid holiday-induced cabin fever on December Keep it on your coffee table or on your nightstand – or, if you’re like me and the bathroom is your reading sanctuary, keep a copy in there. The magazine chronicled bands that Shaw deemed worthy of covering. Dave Lambert – Hawaiian War Chant print ad: To be honest, I still haven’t seen that book, so I must imagine its pros and cons from the largely enthusiastic customer reviews at Amazon.
BOMP Magazine – Oktober 1978 – Frontpage
So much stuff falls into this category and there’s just a TON of great tunage on tap for discussion in this book’s generous offerings. Sort content by label audio vintage vinyl vintage graphics link YouTube advertising 95 cover tunes 83 Reasons To Be Cheerful 82 comics 61 video 57 78s fRom HeLL 55 movies 51 character actors 50 magazines 45 TV 44 illustrators 44 obit 39 cultural artifacts 36 cartooning 27 flickr 26 art 23 formerly at ‘Brief Window’ 22 vanity 22 In Crowd of the month 20 cartoons 18 cover gallery 18 fashion 18 CD review 17 Remember Those ’90’s?
Links to this post. Switch to the mobile version of this page. It could take you, like, forever, just to read through all this. I remember that Bomp cover well.
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Blues for the RedBoy. Who Really Cares, Anyway? And although Greg and I never gave up on the idea, we couldn’t manage to find the time and make the connections to do it right. Joe Biviano – N. Come on, dude, this stuff is from back in the day when fanzines didn’t have the internet.
I used to hang out at Bomp’s record store back in the 70s, along with a whole lot of other incipient punks. Greg Shaw died from heart failure at the age of 55 on October 19, Please e-mail me if you feel your toes bokp being stepped on, and I’ll happily rectify the situation.
It is pretty amazing how much of these tiny little zines were preserved over the years. Kliban cartoons circaand one concert Two Special Faces Photographed: Thursday, February 18, Video Watchblog. By Brianna Wellen Do You Speak English? The reviews are in… the best new game nowhere to be bop at Gencon !
That said, for many readers, the most compelling aspect of this retrospective may well be its collection of Shaw’s editorials which chart the growth of his brainchild as well as the scene it helped spawn, and the friction between mwgazine quixotic musical sensibilities and what was happening in music at the time and — something evidently omitted from the first volume — samplings from WPTB’s legendary letters pages, which includes correspondence from such luminaries and later luminaries as John Peel, Lester Bangs, Lenny Kaye, Greil Marcus, Kim Fowley, Richard Meltzer, Ed Ward and Jay Kinney.
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Who Put the Bomp
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