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Strange Days

Launched by writer Mark Williams, Strange Days was a short-lived bi-weekly "British rock paper". Its first issue was September 1970, but it folded after 4 issues in October 1970.

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Jimi Hendrix

Comment by Mark Williams, Strange Days, 25 September 1970

THE DAY after Judy Garland was found dead, a West End cinema began screening some of her old films. It was as predictable as it ...

Eric Burdon Now

Interview by Mark Williams, Strange Days, 9 October 1970

ERIC BURDON is back in town; talking with the old passion, drinking with the same cats and the same thirst as of old and generally ...

Reggae: The Real Underground Music

Report and Interview by Mark Williams, Strange Days, 23 October 1970

FORGET YOUR Edgar Broughtons and your Pink Floyds and your three million other 'underground' groups, ('underground' that is, until they start selling lottsa albums, when ...

The Mothers Of Invention, Frank Zappa: The Mothers Of Invention: Weasels Ripped My Flesh (Reprise MS 2028)

Review by Miles, Strange Days, 23 October 1970

"IT'S WEIRD, I like it" said Denise after hearing Weasels Ripped My Flesh. It is very important that you too should know about this latest ...

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