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.
|Published (Last):||1 December 2014|
|PDF File Size:||10.87 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||19.12 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Blues for the RedBoy. It then reprints the best of his various zines that pre-date the s punk rock explosion.
Amgazine Greg mgazine I knew it was the most important job I had, as this book is not just the story of BOMP and Greg Shaw, but a unique document of a time, place, and perspective in the history of rock and roll.
Might that letter from Tom Miller on page actually have been written by the future Tom Verlaine? Any book that brings back to my nostrils the fragrance of mimeo sheets, typewriter ribbons, staples and fresh vinyl warrants my highest recommendation.
That said, I found myself completely and utterly absorbed in reading its articles and perusing its discographies, first as a reader and music buff, but foremost as a former fanzine publisher myself.
A must have for collectors, historians, mafazine and rock’n’roll lovers everywhere. It was created by Greg Shaw and his wife. The label has featured punk, pop, power pop, garage rock, new wave, old school rock, neo-psychedelia among other genres.
BOMP Magazine – Oktober 1978 – Frontpage
About the Ephemera blog. Retro Styling and Performance: Into the Spider-Verse Spider-Man: Includes amazing photos, many previously unseen. Thursday, February 18, Video Watchblog. Active in science fiction magaziine as a young man, he became bop with fanzines. A new book exposes the perfidy of their sons’ wives. It is pretty amazing how much of these tiny little zines were preserved over the years. More Music Blogs Munju: A significant amount of writers that wrote for the magazine went on to greater things.
Retrieved from ” https: Boml memories bubble up leafing through Bomp’s record reviews and charts and print ads from a couple of issues I’ve had for ages. A magazine, a store, a label, and now a book Posted By Monica Kendrick on Volstead Paradise of Garage Comps! Bomp Records — Greg Shaw: May I help you to find – -?
Bomp! Records – Wikipedia
Records is headed by his ex-wife, Suzy Shaw. Get the Mini Site Translator widget and many other great free widgets at Widgetbox!
A self-titled LP, cover art magazinr R By Leor Galil Magazind Chicago-area native dished tabloid-style gossip here for almost a decade. Famous for photographing Michael Jordan and other celebs, the wheelchair-bound artist is working his way back photographing families as part of a Groupon deal. I remember that Bomp cover well.
Restaurants, films, parties, exhibits, and more to help you avoid holiday-induced cabin fever on December There’s a LOT of information here, perhaps not ideally organized for quick retrieval, but the book certainly projects a world you can get lost in. Who Really Cares, Anyway?
Bomp! A magazine, a store, a label, and now a book | Bleader
Copyright Law, Section ; Fair use. In just a few pages, Savage covers a lot bkmp frontal ground and also subtle subtext, such as how Shaw’s enthusiasm was dissipated over time by the fluctuations of what was happening in music in the present tense, as a business and as a mutating beast of the music he loved.
But, of course, that wouldn’t be fair, given the power and significance of the rock. Joe Biviano – N. By Michael Miner June 15, at 7: Born in bmop Garage is a wonderful compilation of zines from a time long gone and is as educational as it is entertaining.
I used to hang out at Bomp’s record store back in the 70s, along with a whole lot of other incipient punks.