Item #4422 WHO PUT THE BOMP, Spring 1975. Ken Barnes Greg Shaw, eds.
WHO PUT THE BOMP, Spring 1975
WHO PUT THE BOMP, Spring 1975

WHO PUT THE BOMP, Spring 1975

Burbank, CA: Greg Shaw, Ken Barnes, 1975. Staplebound periodical. 45 pp.
4to. (8 ¼ x 10 ¾ in.) Offset. Clean and unmarked pages minor wear to front cover, near fine condition. Item #4422

Named after the Barry Mann doo-wop hit, Who Put the Bomp! Magazine is an early rock n’roll fanzine started by Gregory Shaw in 1970. Shaw eventually expanded the fanzine to Bomp! Records, releasing records for bands like The Modern Lovers, Iggy and the Stooges, and Stiv Bators and the Dead Boys. This issue of Who Put the Bomp! features a complete listing of Beatles novelty records - a huge wave of bootleg covers of Beatles songs that came out of the boom in the band’s popularity after their first visit to the United States, as well as a comprehensive history of Michigan rock.


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