LET IT ROCK #1-35 (London: October 1972-December 1975) - all published.
LET IT ROCK #1-35 (London: October 1972-December 1975) - all published.
LET IT ROCK #1-35 (London: October 1972-December 1975) - all published.
LET IT ROCK #1-35 (London: October 1972-December 1975) - all published.
LET IT ROCK #1-35 (London: October 1972-December 1975) - all published.
LET IT ROCK #1-35 (London: October 1972-December 1975) - all published.
LET IT ROCK #1-35 (London: October 1972-December 1975) - all published.
LET IT ROCK #1-35 (London: October 1972-December 1975) - all published.
LET IT ROCK #1-35 (London: October 1972-December 1975) - all published.
LET IT ROCK #1-35 (London: October 1972-December 1975) - all published.
LET IT ROCK #1-35 (London: October 1972-December 1975) - all published.
LET IT ROCK #1-35 (London: October 1972-December 1975) - all published.
LET IT ROCK #1-35 (London: October 1972-December 1975) - all published.
LET IT ROCK #1-35 (London: October 1972-December 1975) - all published.
LET IT ROCK #1-35 (London: October 1972-December 1975) - all published.
LET IT ROCK #1-35 (London: October 1972-December 1975) - all published.
LET IT ROCK #1-35 (London: October 1972-December 1975) - all published.
LET IT ROCK #1-35 (London: October 1972-December 1975) - all published.

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LET IT ROCK #1-35 (London: October 1972-December 1975) - all published.

Ed. Dave Laing, then John Pidgin from October 1973 on. Pagination varies (56pp.-82pp.). Designers and illustrators include Barney Bubbles, George Snow, Kevin Sparrow and Peter Till. All issues Very Good plus to Near Fine.


A complete set of this monthly magazine, whose contributors reads like a who's who of music writers, including Charlie Gillett, Simon Frith, John Tobler, Karl Dallas, Phil Hardy, Gary Herman, Richard Williams, Tony Scaduto, Jonh Ingham, Mike Leadbitter, Ian Whitcomb, Greil Marcus, Chris Salewicz, Michael Gray, Mick Gold, Gene Sculatti, Ed Ward, Bill Millar, Rob Finnis, Lester Bangs, Pete Wingfield, and Peter Guralnick.


Let It Rock provided historical analysis and critical commentary on the contemporary rock scene, and as its title suggests, gave more than a passing nod to traditions stretching back to the early days of rock'n'roll. It covered a wide spectrum of popular music, including soul, reggae and blues, and as such was a precursor to magazines such as Q and Mojo. A selection of the vast number of artists featured include: David Bowie; Curtis Mayfield; The Doors; Elvis Presley; Phil Spector; Bobby Vee; The Soft Machine; Bob Dylan; Hawkwind; Van Morrison; Buddy Holly; The Penguins; Tim Buckley; Kim Fowley; Chuck Berry; Dr. John; Mickie Most; The Monkees; The Wailers; Gram Parsons; The Beach Boys; Carole King; King Crimson; The Rolling Stones; John Martyn; Pink Floyd; Otis Redding; The Faces; Kevin Ayers; Jimi Hendrix; The Beatles; The Wailers; Fats Domino; The Grateful Dead; Sandy Denny; The Band; Roxy Music; The Kinks; Richard & Linda Thompson; Sam Cooke; Gong; Lou Reed; Ray Charles; Steely Dan; Jimmy Cliff; Gene Vincent; The Byrds; Country Joe; The Plastic Ono Band; Randy Newman; Bobby Womack; Led Zeppelin; Frank Zappa; Bobby Bland; Labelle; James Brown; Arthur Lee; John Cipollina; Todd Rundgren; Loudon Wainwright III; Emmylou Harris; Mott the Hoople, and many others, along with numerous record reviews and articles on popular music history.

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