Front Page main headline

Julie Names Next Record
News that Julie Driscoll's next record with the Brian Auger Trinity would be called "Road To Cairo"

Front Page other headline

New Scott Club Oct 3
The new Ronnie Scott's Club (jazz) will open in October

No 1 Single

This Guy's In Love - Herb Alpert

No 1 Album

Bookends - Simon & Garfunkel

In The News

  • The Supremes are coming back to London and will appear with an augmented Ted Heath Orchestra (not the British politician but the 50's band leader)

  • Cilla Black to return in another TV show

  • Sly & The Family Stone to tour UK starting at The Roundhouse

  • Clem Curtis to quit Foundations?

Featured articles included

  • John Mayall

  • Julie Driscoll

  • Mama Cass

  • Anita Harris

  • Jefferson Airplane & The Doors

  • Mary Whitehouse (the TV campaigner)

  • Jack Bruce

Single / LP Reviews

  • Love Affair - A Day Without Love

  • Tyrannosaurus Rex - One Inch Rock

  • Beatles - Hey Jude

  • Ten Years After – Undead

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This weeks gigs

Thursday 29th Aug

Cousins, London

The Sally Angie (Sally & Mike Oldfield) – Admission 25p

Klooks Kleek, West Hampstead

Time Box

Railway Hotel, Wealdstone

Jethro Tull (pre This Was)

Friday 30th Aug

La Fiesta, London

Ralph McTell

Marquee, London

Ten Years After, Keef Hartley

Saturday 31st Aug

Middle Earth, The Roundhouse, Chalk Farm

Ten Years After. Eclection, Doctor K's Blues Band

Mothers, Birmingham

Duster Bennett, Bakerloo Blues Line

Glastonbury Town Hall

Chicken Shack – Admission 42.5p

Cousins, London

7:30 – 11pm Mike Chapman, Ron Geesin

12:00 – 7am Ralph McTell, John Martyn

Sunday 1st Sep

Star & Garter. Bromley

Ron Geesin

Mothers, Birmingham

Elmer Gantry's Velvet Opera, The Glass Menagerie

Monday 2nd Sep

The Resurrection, Whetstone

The Taste

Tuesday 3rd Sep

Marquee, London

Traffic, East of Eden

Klooks Kleek, West Hampstead

Chicken Shack

The Dungeon Club, London

The Strawbs

Wednesday 4th Sep

Middle Earth, Richmond

Pink Floyd

Marquee, London

The Eclection, Keef Hartley

Country Club, London

The Family, Juniors Eyes

Toby Jug, Tolworth

Traffic

Eel Pie Island, Twickenham

The Action


Bank Holiday TV


The Magic of Ella Fitzgerald

Ella Fitzgerald, The Duke Ellington Orchestra

Hold On – It's the Dave Clark Five

Dave Clark Five, Richard Chamberlain, Lulu

Frost On Sunday

Julie Driscoll and the Brian Auger Trinity (resident band), John Rowles

BBC2

Leonard Cohen

Rolf Harris Show

Paper Dolls

Star of the Week

Frankie Vaughan

Southern TV

Dave Davies, Marbles, Billie Davis, Tony Blackburn


Bank Holiday Radio One


Saturday Club (Keith Skues)

Alan Price, Honeybus

Pete's People (Pete Murray)

Vanity Fayre, Clinton Ford, Acker Bilk's Paramount Jazz Band

Top Gear (John Peel)

Tim Hardin, Fairport Convention, Eclection, Fleetwood Mac

Coming Home (Pete Drummond)

Solomon King, Kiki Dee, Marmalade, Vanity Fayre

(Keith Skues)

Herman's Hermits, Manfred Mann, Rockin' Berries

Radio One O'Clock (Rick Dane)

Long John Baldry, Paper Dolls, Crazy World of Arthur Brown, Adge Cutler and the Wurzels


Bank Holiday Festivals


The GREAT South Coast Bankholiday POP FESTIVITY, Isle of Wight – Admission £1.25

31st Aug 6pm - 1st Sep 10am

The Crazy World of Arthur Brown, Jefferson Airplane, The Move, Tyrannosaurus Rex, Fairport Convention, Plastic Penny, Pretty Things, Aynsley Dunbar Retaliation, Orange Bicycle, Blonde On Blonde, The Mirage. Compere – John Peel



Bank Holiday Bluesology Festival, Droitwich – Admission £1.05 per day or £1.75 for 2 days (camping 25p per night)

Sunday 1st Sep

Geno Washington, John Mayall. Cliff Bennett, Jo Cocker, Duster Bennett, Jasper Stubbs, The Passion Forest

Mon 2nd Sep

Fleetwood Mav, The Move, The Freddie Mack Show, Chris Farlowe, Wynder K Frogg, The Family, The Breakthru, Skip Bifferty