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Who Put The Bomp!

Who Put The Bomp!

Who Put the Bomp!, later renamed Bomp!, was an influential rock music fanzine edited and published from 1970 to 1979 by Greg Shaw, who had previously edited and published Mojo-Navigator Rock & Roll News, one of the earliest rock fanzines.

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The Sound of the City — The Rise of Rock and Roll by Charlie Gillett 375 pp. (Outerbridge & Dienstfrey, New York — distributed by E.P. Dutton)

Book Review by Greg Shaw, Who Put The Bomp!, October 1970

WITH THIS book, the study of rock & roll reaches a level of sophistication matching that of blues and jazz research. The day is gone ...

Creedence Clearwater Revival: Cosmo's Factory

Review by Greg Shaw, Who Put The Bomp!, October 1970

WELL, THEY'VE finally done it. Creedence Clearwater has produced an entire album without a single poor song. And what's more, they don't all sound alike. ...

Charlie Gillett replies to Book Review

Letter by Charlie Gillett, Who Put The Bomp!, Spring 1971

THANKS FOR the fantastic review — I had begun to get uneasy about praise that was coming from people who didn't know too much about ...

The Monkees: Monkee-Mania... In The '70s?

Retrospective by Ken Barnes, Who Put The Bomp!, 1976

I WROTE A prototype version of this piece in 1973, at a time when admitting you liked the Monkees was about as cool as driving ...

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