Saturday, 6 March 2010
Bucketfull Of Brains 74 is now available
The new issue highlights Rowland S. Howard with a super Bleddyn Butcher photo on the cover, an interview carried out last autumn by Hugh Gulland, recollections of Rowland and Buffalo Bill by Jeremy Gluck, and a review of the superb Pop Crimes album.
There is a long interview with Jason Falkner by Mick Dillingham. Simon Wright talks to Nick Kent. Rob Symmons tells Phil King more tales of the Subway Sect. Barry Gutman talks to former Cherry Twister Michael Giblin about Parallax Project. Gerry Ranson is kept in the loup by the Wolf People. Professor Jud Cost takes a trip with boatclub and The Green Pajamas. And Nick West hears how Danny Wilson came off the road and got back on the streets.
Bucketfull Of Brains was founded in 1979 by Nigel Cross. It has published continuously since that time under a series of editorial teams. It covers a wide-range of musics; an erstwhile sub-title listed "rock, garage, psych, folk-rock, pop, rock’n’roll”, and to that can now be added country, soul and glam and probably more. Throughout its life it has retained an affection for songs with guitars and thus bands like the Barracudas, the Flamin’ Groovies, the Dream Syndicate, the Long Ryders and the Green Pajamas hold a special place in its affections.
The NEW ISSUE is available immediately from us.
It’s £3.25 to the UK, £4.50 to Europe and £5.50 to the USA and ROW
Buy a SUBSCRIPTION for three issues starting with #74 and it’s £9.00 (UK), £12.00 (Europe) and £15.00 (USA/ROW)
Please note all orders placed by end of office hours Tues 9th March will be dispatched by return. From 10th March to 26th BoB Towers is on hiatus and further orders will be dispatched (and normal service resumed) after that.
Posted by Nick Bob at 15:16
Tuesday, 2 March 2010
By this time next week copies of the new issue of BoB will be winging their way to subscribers. Turned round in record time (certainly this century) it's another cracking issue featuring:
Rowland S. Howard - One of his final interviews, plus personal recollections from Jeremy Gluck
Danny And The Champions Of World - an interview with Danny Wilson (or more strictly speaking, two interviews with Danny Wilson)
The Green Pajamas and boatclub - an account of their west coast jaunt
More tales of The Subway Sect
among other things
Buy the issue now:
Or take out a three issue subscription starting from #72, #73, #74, (or #75) - tell us which or we'll assume #74
Posted by Nick Bob at 17:18