Welcome to Copper #62!
My daughter Emily believes that men in general are whiners when they’re sick—and I’m not exempt from her judgment. What was a sniffle and cough has turned into a protracted bout with sinus infections/bronchial wheeze/what the hell is this?? >hack< >whine<
Yeah. Anyway: pardon me if my focus drifts a bit. Off we go—-
Professor Schenbeck leads off the issue with another mess o’ Messiaen; Dan Schwartz knows that his long-serving home audio system is almost, almost there; Richard Murison looks back at his Glaswegian roots (not to be confused with Norwegian Wood); Jay Jay French takes a long strange trip that ends up at Jerry Garcia; Roy Hall looks at a string of near-misses; Anne E. Johnson looks at Queen after the ’70s; Christian James Hand picks apart the mega-hit “Go Your Own Way”, piece by piece; and I look at a vintage audio dealer, and at clock radios. No, really.
Woody Woodward is still on sabbatical, and will return in a few issues.
Thanks for reading, and see you next issue!