Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Andrew J, Jun 11, 2017.
Yes, that's it. I think I saw it in Creem
Capitol Records U.S. "Cant Buy Me Love" / "You Can't Do That" 45 print ad (1964).
Capitol Records U.S. general promotional print ad (1964) RARE.
Capitol Records U.S. "Something New" LP ... "Matchbox" / "Slow Down" 45 print ad's (1964).
EMI Records U.K. "Rubber Soul" LP and new 45 .. Capitol Records U.S. "Rubber Soul" LP and new 45 print ad's (1965).
Wildly enough, this same ad was on a huge billboard in L.A.
Bowie - Lodger
Re: print ad for Ramones - Leave Home.
Robert Christgau, Lester Bangs, Lisa Robinson and Creem magazine were right on the money. Some of the bad reviews are hilarious such as, "Merde. Je deteste ce discque." Phillipe Garnier, Rock & Folk, France.
The Stones had some great ads. This one's much better than the LP cover:
"Degenerate no-talents" said WHO?!
I've read this ad dozens of times over the years and I still have no idea what the hell Pete is talking about.
For their second album Blancmange invited us to get stuffed which can be taken either of two ways considering the album was called Mange Tout.
Hey man,is that....
I agree great ad, but looked like a Cinema ad rather than TV...maybe wrong.
Where the heck is 'Woodbridge Shopping Centre'! - not Birkenhead!.
Cheap Trick - Cheap Trick at Budokan
Lou Reed - Rock 'n' Roll Animal
KISS - Love Gun
It was on tv here in North Am. Saw it during SNL!
Good catch Malcolm. Pretty sure that is the THE Steve Morrissey who later fronted The Smiths. Didn't Morrissey curate a Ramones compilation LP for Record Store Day a couple/3 years ago? Wonder if the Record Store Day folks knew about this review?
King Crimson .. Fripp .. Bruford .. Gavin .. McDonald and Giles
assorted promotional print ad's through the years.
John Martyn -"Live At Leeds"
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