A short-lived jazz and rock monthly spun off from Melody Maker in the late '60s and edited by Jack Hutton. Contributors included such MM and NME writers as Chris Welch, Alan Walsh and Bob Dawbarn.
Profile and Interview by Chris Welch, Music Maker, June 1967
POP NEVER loses its powers to produce surprises. Just as the community imagined themselves shock proof and immune to any new madness the Brethren of ...
Comment by Chris Welch, Music Maker, February 1968
CHRIS WELCH, who found worldwide fame as a drummer on the South London wedding circuit, defends the most maligned section of the pop and jazz ...
Profile and Interview by Alan Walsh, Music Maker, February 1968
LONG JOHN Baldry looked down on life below him in a crowded Fleet Street hostelry, sipped a Courvoisier and reflected on his tardy, though well-earned ...
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