The Gonzo Daily: Thursday
And so Shoshannah is here for a couple of days, which is jolly nice. And I
was up late last night doing stuff to Tony Klinger's excellent new novel. It is
totally gripping. Apart from that? Ummmmmmmmmm....
And now, here is the news:
Beatles interview 1969
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THE GONZO TRACK OF THE DAY: Lana Lane - Stargazer...
Gonzo Magazine #231
THE BALTIC BOOGIE ISSUE
And so, in this especially poignant issue, we say goodbye to Allan
Holdsworth, explore the wilder side of Balkan street art with Alan, muse about
Auld Man's Baccie, discover why The Grateful Dead did NOT sponsor the Lithuanian
Basketball Team, we go to Dreadzone with John, and read books about The Beatles,
The Bay City Rollers, and Brian Jones.
It’s all free!
And there are radio shows from Mack Maloney, Friday Night Progressive, and
Strange Fruit. We also have columns from all sorts of folk including Roy Weard,
Mr Biffo, Neil Nixon and the irrepressible Corinna. There is also a collection
of more news, reviews, views, interviews and pademelons outside zoos (OK,
nothing to do with small marsupials who have escaped from captivity, but I got
carried away with things that rhymed with OOOOS) than you can shake a stick at.
And the best part is IT's ABSOLUTELY FREE!!!
This issue features:
Auld Man's Baccie, Prince, Ann Wilson, Dean Wetter, Heart, Radiohead, David
Bowie, V&A, Yes, Strange Fruit, Friday Night Progressive, Mack Maloney's
Mystery Hour, Allan Holdsworthy, Sylvia Rose Moy, Bruce Langhorne, Barry
‘Frosty’ Smith, Pat 'Fitzy' Fitzpatrick, Cuba Gooding Sr., Emmie Beckitt and
Rick Wakeman, Supertramp, Ashton, Gardner and Dyke, Al Atkins, Arthur Brown,
Atomic Rooster, Mary Hopkin, Alan Dearling, Lithuania, John Brodie-Good,
Dreadzone, Kev Rowland, Soniq Theater, The Hollowmen, Overkill, Mr. Biffo, Roy
Weard, Hawkwind, Olivia McCarthy, Martin Springett, Bay City Rollers, The
Beatles, Brian Jones, Woodstock, Fender, Gwen Steffani, Neil Nixon,
Read the previous few issues of Gonzo Weekly:
Issue 230 (Allan Holdsworth)
Issue 229 (Larry Wallis)
Issue 228 (Space Pharoahs)
Issue 227 (Chuck Berry)
Issue 225-6 (The Rites of Spring)
Issue 224 (Hibernal)
Issue 223 (Beatles)
Issue 222 (Cruise to the Edge)
Issue 221 (Deke Leonard)
Issue 220 (Larry Wallis)
Issue 219 (Martin Stone)
Issue 218 (Mark Reiser tribute)
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Weekly dropbox. The first 69 issues are archived there as well. Information is
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