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Shindig 37

Shindig! No.37
Published 13 February 2014

THE RASPBERRIES
Like The Beatles, the Stones and The Who all over again! The ’70s American rock act that brought adolescent pop thrills back into the charts

BBC RADIOPHONIC WORKSHOP
Tomorrow’s world… yesterday! Behind the bleeps with the pioneering electronic collective

THE DREAM
Introducing the mysterious psych preachers some called the Dutch Pink Floyd