Thread: Newspaper & Magazine Article Scans: 1960's - 1970's

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    Re: Newspaper & Magazine Article Scans: 1960's - 1970's

    Later Who ad for Saville (67-01-27 nme p.16.) toned down a bit from the earlier, 'WHO, WHO, WHO NEW STAGE ACT [not! Ed.] we are the people, oh, & jimi hendrix and others' type ad
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    Re: Newspaper & Magazine Article Scans: 1960's - 1970's

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    Re: Newspaper & Magazine Article Scans: 1960's - 1970's

    Ho-ho-ho, unintentional humour from Retailer (no Jimi)
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    Re: Newspaper & Magazine Article Scans: 1960's - 1970's

    HERE'S A LINK TO A HENDRIX COLLECTOR WEBSITE WITH A LOT OF MAGAZINE AND NEWSPAPER SCANS. CLICK ON WEBSITE IMAGES TO OPEN AND ENLARGE.

    Magazines https://www.jimihendrixcollector.com/magazine-66-70

    Newspapers https://www.jimihendrixcollector.com/newspapers-66-70

    Hendrix Newspaper & Magazine Website
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    THE DAILY KENT STATER - KENT STATE UNIVERSITY - KENT, OHIO 1976-09-23
    The Daily Kent Stater - Kent State University - Kent, Ohio 1976-09-23
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    THE COLGATE MAROON - COLGATE UNIVERSITY - HAMILTON , NEW YORK 1967-10-12
    The Colgate Maroon - Colgate University - Hamilton, New York 1967-10-12
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    Re: Newspaper & Magazine Article Scans: 1960's - 1970's

    Date Hallyday recorded Hey Joe - 26 Feb. 1967 see clip.
    Previous day Jimi had a gig at Chelmsford; Southend-on-sea that day (26th) and a photo shoot and studio session next day 27th (last studio sesh was on 20th), but only Noel turned up for that evening's booked studio session (27th).
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    Re: Newspaper & Magazine Article Scans: 1960's - 1970's

    P. Haze ad, full page, colour (purple mostly white) insert sheet on glossy, thin-card - for your local record shop's display.
    I forgot to photo the sheet's top edge which had "provided by Record Retailer" - or some such, in same text as the right edge 'Polydor [... etc.].
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    Re: Newspaper & Magazine Article Scans: 1960's - 1970's

    Quote Originally Posted by RobbieRadio View Post
    HERE'S A LINK TO A HENDRIX COLLECTOR WEBSITE WITH A LOT OF MAGAZINE AND NEWSPAPER SCANS. CLICK ON THE IMAGES TO OPEN AND ENLARGE.

    Magazines https://www.jimihendrixcollector.com/magazine-66-70

    Newspapers https://www.jimihendrixcollector.com/newspapers-66-70
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    BILLBOARD MAGAZINE 1970-09-19
    Billboard Magazine 1970-09-19
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    What was H. Rap Brown doing there I wonder!?
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    Re: Newspaper & Magazine Article Scans: 1960's - 1970's

    News of signing to Track & imminent release of Haze + Kit shit
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    Pressing plants can't keep up with increased demand. Decca and 'upstart' Polydor seen as main players Clips are displayed in wrong order and sideways!?

    ‘Sales Boom Strains Factory Output’: [...?] is expected to give Decca its highest-ever monthly sales for the second month running [...see photos]

    No photo: (Page 18) Britain’s Top 50:
    32 (41) (2) Hey Joe - Jimi Hendrix Polydor 56-139 Yameta Yameta
    Radios: London (10), Caroline (-), 270 (-), Scotland (-)
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    What was H. Rap Brown doing there I wonder!?
    Obviously to make a "Rap" record!

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    Full front page headline news in Record Retailer [with large photo of the guilty men (in UK Decca’s eyes, no doubt)]: ‘HUGE EXPANSION PLANNED BY POLYDOR’ Despite it’s current production difficulties, a mammoth expansion drive is being planned by Polydor.
    It is launching two new labels, Stax and Camp, scheduling a major budget-priced classical release, starting regular releases of imports from Atlantic in America [which contract it recently took from UK Decca, as well as the Who, via Reaction & then Track Ed.] and re-launching the Storyville jazz label here.
    The move follows the already revealed plans to launch Polydor and Atlantic cassettes and a new independent label, Track, to be run by the Who’s manager, Mr. Kit Lambert.
    In addition the company is also extending its compatible LP releases on the new International Polydor Productions series.
    Commenting on recent delays in deliveries to dealers Polydor marketing manager Mr. Derek Johnson told Record Retailer, “We are now managing to meet most of our orders, but there has still been difficulty in completing [...etc.]

    [No photo: Britain’s Top 50: Hey Joe at (32)
    Radio charts: London (10), Caroline (-), City (21), 270 (-), Scotland (-)]
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    haze review - photos

    [No photo (Note with the 2nd release they now credit 'the Experience' as well as 'Jimi Hendrix')]: (Page 11) Britain’s Top 50: 39 (-) (1) Purple Haze - Jimi Hendrix Experience Track 604-001 Yameta Yameta
    Radios: London (-), Caroline (-), 270 (*), Scotland (*), BBC Top Tunes (-)]

    *Info unavailable that week
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    Track had a large part in Jimi's rise and fall, they were his label in the UK from almost the beginning (they obviously had some deal going before Polydor's Hey Joe release). But due to the early intervention by Ed Chalpin (backed by the massive Capitol industries, in their war against the newcomer with big ideas in the newest 'rock' market, Reprise/Warner, attempted to crush Warner's newest, greatest asset by very underhand means and UK Decca's similar association with that scumbag) the subsequent legal freezing of assets meant that Jimi probably never saw much if anything from Track records, unless they gave him an advance or a 'bung'.

    Front page: 'Massive Track promo' - ie more bullshit from Lambert (delusions of grandeur, no doubt brought about by his fancy upbringing and large doses of whatever) Nice ideas, but he was not a business man, probably Kameron put a stop to this - if it wasn’t just off the cuff spiel anyway.)

    "‘MASSIVE PROMO’ : A MAJOR DEALER display competition to promote the new single ‘Desdemona' by John's Children is being launched by the new independent label Track. And the company is planning similar incentives for future releases.
    Track is also planning to issue all future singles in picture sleeves [hardly ever happened. Jimi's 1st pic. sleeve was when he was dead. Ed.] and tentative plans have been set to launch a new label specialising in jazz and new musical forms, to be called Talkus ['talk us to death' why doncha. Likely an Alan Douglarse idea, Track did do something with him, talking book thing or something like that, no music involved, can't remember offhand. It never came to much anyway. But Jimi would have been aware of him ar the time. Ed].
    Supervision of the recordings for the new label will come under Pete Townshend of the Who [bollocks, never happened. Ed.]. The label will be a subsidiary of Mammoth Records, the holding company owned by Kit Lambert and Chris Stamp, Who managers.
    Revealing plans for his label to Record Retailer, Lambert said, "All our releases in future will be backed by poster campaigns to encourage retailers to make full use of Track's visual aids to selling [Jimi was, allegedly, not too keen on their taste ("officially" ie in the UK press)- although they are very collectible now and at the time were outstanding IMHO (and loads of others) - what would you rather have had at the time, the classic super glossy, laminated (JPS racing team black, with masses of scary looking naked women and with excellent portraits of the individual musicians inside, or a throwaway matt cardboard sleeve (which was likely scuffed before it even reached the shops) with an orange blob of Jimi's head and with a 'dolly mixtures' sweetie back cover, ok the inside was a pastiche of Jimi's idea, but was really adding insult to injury because they did it so cheap – no colour.]. And we are double backing our campaign with competitions for each of our records “A first prize of £50, and five other prizes of £10 will be given for the best window displays designed to promote ‘Desdemona’.
    “Later we plan to offer similar prizes for the best window display each month featuring Track material. There will be an annual prize of a holiday for two in the Bahamas for the retailer who gives Track the best service during the year," [Yeah, that would be shinin' bright Ed.] The results will be judged from photographs and from Polydor and Track Records’ sales representatives' reports. Posters and display material are being made available to dealers from Track for the new single 'Desdemona’ from Track's new retailer informa*tion service at 01-229-6480. In addition special consumer ‘find Desdemona’ competitions are to be run in local newspapers [promises, promises, eh? Pretty obvious Kit fancied Marc - no? But Marc (major Jimi fan) - camp as they came - was actually anything but a homo Ed.]. Initial retail promotion will be concentrated on London and the Home Counties.
    Referring to his plans to put all singles in picture sleeves Lambert explained, “We do not intend to limit these special sleeves to the first 25,000 or 50,000 pressings [but the company will not follow through, so there will be almost no pictures, well, until Jimi died (then he got two), and shortly before the Who left, (they got a couple) and the company was going under. Ed.].
    Plans for the new Talkus label, exclusively revealed to Record Retailer, are part of the overall long-term project for developing Lambert’s recording interests. [It was Lambert & Stamp (buddies) - and Kameron, although Kit seems to have been the driving force, he had the artistic background and became an excellent producer and was the creative force of the managers, but also appears to have been quite a destructive force – to himself as well - weren't they all? (all, apart from Daltrey, apparently. And we all thought it was the Entwhistle was the 'straight')
    Track Records most mental?: Let’s ‘Brown bag’ our budget relelease of AYE (ie because it’s almost porno? Or what – ha-ha)
    And their “Green” cover release of Axis: “Blue are the life giving waters, taken for granted” ...etc.
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