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Hank Marvin

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Hank B. Marvin (2007)

Interview by Joe Matera, Rock's Backpages audio, 27 August 2007

The chief Shadow talks about the changes in recording technology since he first went into a studio with Cliff in 1958; discusses his guitar techniques, and about getting his first Stratocaster and AC30 amplifier.

File format: mp3; file size: 18.5mb, interview length: 20' 14" sound quality: *****

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The Rolling Stones, Plastic Ono Band et al: New Singles

Review by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, 5 July 1969

ROLLING STONES: 'Honky Tonk Women'/'You Can't Always Get What You Want' (Decca). An important single for the Stones, but a disappointment for us . ...

Hank Marvin

Interview by uncredited writer, Beat Instrumental, July 1970

ON THE POPULARITY polls, instrumentalists come and go. Jet Harris, one-time bass player with the Shadows, used to win – especially when he broke away ...

Hank B. Marvin

Book Excerpt by Stuart Grundy, John Tobler, 'The Guitar Greats' (BBC Books), 1983

TO DEMONSTRATE to any potential unbelievers the importance of Hank B. Marvin, we must go back to 1977, when a TV commercial was screened showing ...

Hank Marvin: The King Of Twang

Report and Interview by Mat Snow, Q, December 1992

Raise your glasses to Hank B. Marvin: more than mere rhyming slang. ...

Four-Eyes, One Vision: The Shadows

Interview by Jon Savage, MOJO, February 1995

BRIAN RANKIN GREW UP IN NEWCASTLE: WHEN he was 16, in 1957, he travelled to London with his school friend Bruce Welch "in an attempt ...

see also Shadows, The


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