REVIEWS
Thorough coverage of recent CDs, LPs and books, taking in household names (the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin), cult heroes (Badfinger, Davy Graham, the Zombies) and ultra-obscurities (Mormos, Staff Carpenborg and Thor’s Hammer), with exclusive Q&As about certain items under review
BLOSSOM TOES
This late 60s London quartet made two classic albums, gigged prolifically (including several fabled festivals), and even ventured behind the Iron Curtain. Richard Morton Jack gets their story straight, with the help of many rare and previously unseen images.

JUKEBOX
Luke Haines on twelve tracks that have inspired him

ALBUM BY ALBUM
Pioneering UK independent producer Vic Keary talks us through many of his productions, from pop and jazz to folk and prog

WORLD COUNTDOWN
At long last, the story behind America’s great lost underground paper and its enigmatic English proprietor,
Charles Royal


ARCADIUM
An exclusive on the mysterious British prog / psych rockers, by Austin Matthews

OLAV WYPER
A rare audience with the man behind the Vertigo label – and much more besides

FIRST PERSON
Fairport Convention’s close friend Kingsley Abbott describes their early days

WALLY RICHARDSON
The fullest ever interview with the renowned session guitarist, by Scott D. Wilkinson

ROOM
The cautionary tale of the quintet behind the British prog classic Pre-Flight
INTRODUCING ESOTERICA
Patrick Lundborg explains the concept of ‘esoteric appreciation’

CULPEPER’S ORCHARD
The celebrated Anglo-Danish folk-rockers, by Claus Rasmussen

EUROPEAN ROCK
Fifty classic albums no collection should be without

ROBERT PLANT
A rare and revealing 1970 interview with the Led Zeppelin frontman

CRYING TO BE HEARD
The great lost Honeybus album, Recital

Flashback Issue 5 - Summer 2014

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Edited by Richard Morton Jack (co-founder of Sunbeam Records and editor of the Galactic Ramble and Endless Trip books), Flashback is a new magazine covering overlooked 60s and 70s music in depth, with outstanding new writing from authorities including Richie Unterberger, Patrick Lundborg, David Wells and Aaron Milenski. 212 pages in length and full-colour throughout, it's packed with original research, new interviews and rare images, making it essential reading for serious music fans.

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