Monthly Archives: January 2002

January 30, 2002

January 30, 2002

MAIDEN RUN TO HELP Former IRON MAIDEN drummer Clive Burr was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, and his friends get in the action to help. There are some events planned benefitting Clive Burr Multiple Sclerosis Trust Fund, the first of them being three (one, of … Continue reading

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January 24, 2002

January 24, 2002

HER MAJESTY’S A PRETTY NICE GIRL This June, Queen Elizabeth is celebrating her 50th year as monarch, and a part of the celebration will be a rocking event on the Buckingham Palace lawn. Sir George Martin as musical director is to be … Continue reading

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January 23, 2003

January 23, 2002

TOO MANY CROOKS In the wake of recent police seizure of THE BEATLES rehearsal tapes, another artefact surfaced to be auctioned at the Cooper-Owen Rock Legends auction on February 20th: “Too Many Cooks”, a song sung by Mick Jagger and produced by John … Continue reading

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January 21, 2002

January 21, 2002

DON’T TRY TO MAKE A BIG SENSATION For many years, THE WHO fans have been slagging the band’s original producer Shel Talmy for keeping the master tapes of “The Who Sings My Generation”, 1965’s debut album, while all the other records were expanded … Continue reading

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January 15, 2002

January 15, 2002

TIRED OF WAITING FOR KINKS? THE KINKS mastermind Ray Davies broke the news to the band’s official fun club of getting in touch with brother Dave and discussing the possibility of a new record to be released this year. If it is … Continue reading

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