Thorough coverage of recent CDs, LPs and books, taking in household names (Bob Dylan, George Harrison, the Small Faces), cult heroes (the Artwoods, the Soft Machine, Marc Brierley,) and ultra-obscurities (Min Bul, Tickawinda, Hot Knives), with exclusive Q&As about certain items under review
Despite recording frustratingly little, this groundbreaking Malaysian tabla virtuoso had a powerful impact on London’s late-60s underground rock scene. RICHARD MORTON JACK tells his remarkable tale in full for the first time...

Cathedral’s Lee Dorrian on twelve tracks that have inspired him

The renowned producer and bassist Tony Reeves talks us through several of his productions and performances

The story behind this pioneering 1960s American rock magazine

First Person
The reclusive singer-songwriter Bill Fay offers some rare insights into his unique music

At long last, the taxonomy of this elusive British progressive beast

The David
The remarkable tale of these precocious Californian teens

Margo Guryan
A detailed interview with the singer-songwriter behind 1968’s wondrous Take A Picture album

James Williamson
An in-depth audience with the legendary Stooges guitarist

International Albums
Forty intriguing LPs from the furthest reaches of the rock world

Jimmy Page
His fullest ever interview about the Yardbirds, unseen since early 1969

Spinal Tap
A rare reprint of Polymer Records’ 1984 Smell The Glove press kit

Crying To Be Heard
Dick Hamilton’s sole album - the most enjoyable Dylan imitation of the 1960s

Flashback Issue 6 - Winter 2014


'Definitive is the word!' - Shindig

Issue #8 out now!


• 212 pages
• Full colour
• Exclusive interviews
• Rare photos


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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