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NME Summer Special

The Animals: Animals: Sure, We're Really Animals!

Interview by Keith Altham, NME Summer Special, Summer 1966

THE TITLE 'ANIMALS' was given to the group by Radio Caroline chief Ronan O'Reilly, who felt it summed up the group's wild attitude to rhythm-and-blues ...

The Rolling Stones: This Is A Stone Age!!

Report and Interview by Keith Altham, NME Summer Special, Summer 1966

THE ROLLING STONES are a five-man revolution in the pop world. When they first appeared on the disc scene in 1962 they proceeded to defy ...

The Walker Brothers

Interview by Keith Altham, NME Summer Special, Summer 1966

HEAVILY DISGUISED as a member of a longhaired beat group, an American balladeer has infiltrated the British beat scene and emerged victoriously among the top ...

Donovan: 'I Put Myself Into My Music'

Interview by Keith Altham, NME Summer Special, Summer 1968

Donovan is the gentle giant in the pop world. He is largely responsible for shattering the conventional image of the folk singer satirized so beautifully ...

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