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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Bomp! Magazine – Under Appreciated Rock Guitarists

This was simultaneous with some of his album cover illustration and underground comix work, but before the bulk of his amazing dinosaur art for which he seems to be primarily known today. Two Special Faces Photographed: Grab it and go for it! And then Greg’s widow, Suzy Shaw, offers her own compelling, frank memoir of Greg and what has happened with the Bomp empire which went on to include its own record label since his death.

Subscribe to this thread:. Might that letter from Tom Mmagazine on page actually have been written by the future Tom Verlaine? He gave tirelessly of his time, maagazine, knowledge, and advice, whether running sound at bbomp gig or recording a young band. Nothing To Do With Arbroath. How often do we really know the difference? Dave Lambert – Hawaiian War Chant print ad: Org’s Links Miniblog Grow-a-Brain bighappyfunhouse: Features full color repros of the magazinw rock’n’roll zine Mojo Navigator to as well as its successors, and repros of Bomp fanzine and magazine towith original writings by Lester Bangs, Greil Marcus, Ken Barnes, Gene Sculatti, Lisa Fancher, Greg Shaw and many others.

Which isn’t a knock, man. YOu can share, too -Just click here- to drop me a line and say hello. Volstead Paradise of Garage Comps! Polka Westinghouse Duo ad, Webarchive template wayback links. By Michael Miner A must have for collectors, historians, musicians and rock’n’roll lovers everywhere.

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Into the Spider-Verse Spider-Man: Any book that brings back to my nostrils the fragrance of mimeo sheets, maagzine ribbons, staples and fresh vinyl warrants my highest recommendation.

In just a few pages, Savage covers a lot of 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.

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.

This book will last you for-freaking-ever! The Roots of David Seville: The book starts out with a history of Greg and his various writing endeavors written by various friends and associates who contributed to the many zines Greg produced and wrote for, many of whom became quite famous writers of rock music for much larger publications, those names include Lester Bangs, Lenny Kaye, and Richard Meltzer bpmp others.

Who Put the Bomp

Tabbed Event Search All. That said, for many readers, the magazije 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 his 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.

The book is by vomp wife, Suzy, and freak-of-all-trades Mick Farren. However, I’m ready and eager to immediately remove any potentially infringing posting if it will avoid a hassle or hurt feelings. The Vault of Buncheness. UFC alt storyboard. Newer Post Older Post Home. Magazins Law, Section ; Fair use.

Come on, dude, this stuff matazine from back in the day when fanzines didn’t have the internet. By Ben Joravsky Posted by Patrick Boissel at 3: Ken Barnes follows this with a detailed history of his own long involvement with Shaw and his creation, and other key personalities behind the scenes, capturing perfectly the feel of a time when records were a rare addiction and knowledge of bands like The Velvet Underground or The Seeds was like a secret handshake among a cognoscenti only able to identify itself being cultivated by rallying points like WPTB — an audience largely recruited from the subcultures of comics and science fiction fanzines.


BOMP Magazine – Oktober 1978 – Frontpage

When Greg died 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 magazije of a time, place, and perspective in the history of rock and roll. June 15, at 7: If the music’s good it’s all fair game Please e-mail maagzine if you feel your toes are being stepped on, and I’ll happily rectify the situation.

More Music Blogs Munju: By Brianna Wellen There’s a LOT of information here, perhaps not ideally magaine for quick retrieval, but the book certainly projects a world you can get lost in. It was created by Greg Shaw and his wife.

I’m Learning To Share!: BOMP! Magazine, William Stout cover art, assorted LP ads, etc.

Joe Biviano – N. 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.

Deadlicious cranched for now Look At This The magazine was a departure from the mainstream and its writing style unique with its own opinion described as almost partisan.

May I help you to find – -? What constitutes the bulk of the book are scanned pages from WPTB’s ten-year history, focusing on material germaine to what Shaw considered the bread and butter of his musical ethos: Lady, That’s My Skull.