10 November 2007
by Richard Hodkinson, first published in LondonTourdates #010 ,16th November 2007
Black Sabbath article from the music newspaper 'Sounds', dated March 2nd 1974. Price - 7p!
Rare Breed gig advert for 13th January 1968 at Cofton Country Club, Warren Lane, Rednal
Paper given out free at first ever Donington
Photos of original newspaper articles about Mothers
Press ad for VO6
Reddingtons Rare Records Ad
'Making Music' magazine with Led Zeppelin article entitled 'Now & Zep'. Robert Plant is on the cover.
Napalm Death Kerrang! award (2000)
Advert for gig at Henry's Blues House on 26th November 1968
The Rare Breed advert
Melody Maker article 9th November 1968
'Classic Rock' magazine features 4 star review of Led Zeppelin 'Latter Days: The Best of Led Zeppelin Volume ll'
They may still make a racket sent straight from hell itself, but Napalm Death are actually all about peace and love these days. Believe it, writes Alison B
by Alison B, first published in LondonTourdates #035 ,14th November 2008
Early review of Scum by Paul Elliott
Press clippings for 'Selfless' in at no 12 in the independent Album Charts and then at no 21 (Shellac - 'At Action Park no 1) Courtesy of Digby Pearson, founder of Earache Records From their archive.
Adverts for Black Sabbath's apperance at Mothers, Erdington High Street, Birmingham taken from the Birmingham Evening Mail on 4th, 5th and 6th of that month.
Music article (from approximately 1974) in which Tony Iommi discusses his factory injury and how Django was his inspiration to continue to play music.
Copy of 'Making Music' from 1992 featuring small article on Robert Plant, detailing how a member of magazine staff met him in London and described him as 'a nice bloke'
'Kerrang' magazine featuring advert for Black Sabbath tour plus singles chart features Robert Plant 'Your Ma Said You Cried In Your Sleep Last Night' at No. 7