Library of Mu: All 1988 records

There are 39 records from 1988 in the Library of Mu:


? (Fierce Records)
Date: January 1988
Author: ?
Journal: Underground
Type of resource: Features
Description: feature, discog, interview with "Steve" from Fierce who was about to scam the JAMs
Status: none (Not available online - would you like to scan it?)
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The Justified Ancients of Moussaka
Date: 02 January, 1988
Author: -
Journal: NME
Type of resource: Pictures
Description: crap joke article on Fat Bands has picture of the 1987 gold disc presentation to a large Swedish prostitute, pretending its the JAMs, now overweight
Status: original (Not available online - would you like to scan it?)
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Jammbusters
Date: 09 January, 1988
Author: Crock-man Crock
Journal: NME
Type of resource: News items
Description: Big Fat 45 : Twenty Greatest Hits EP details including press release
Status: original (Not available online - would you like to scan it?)
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untitled
Date: 16 January, 1988
Author: -
Journal: NME
Type of resource: News items
Description: Rockman and King Boy announce that the new 45 is not them, but they welcome the emergence of any number of people recording as The Jamms for various KLF labels
Status: original (Text available)
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Public NME
Date: 16 January, 1988
Author: ?
Journal: NME
Type of resource: Gossip
Description: Jams on trail of scam culprit - only clue is press release made up of quotes from King Boys "extensive" WEA retiral statement
Status: original (Not available online - would you like to scan it?)
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untiled (KLF Info Sheet: Jan 22 1988)
Date: 1988-01-22
Author: KLF Communications
Journal: -
Type of resource: Official
Description: Who Killed The JAMs, Burn The Beat, other personal projects, The KLF, 'low and high profile shows' and why Petula Clarke didn't give permission to be sampled. A handwritten photocopy on JAMs notepaper.
Status: text (Text available)
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Public NME
Date: 23 January, 1988
Author: ?
Journal: NME
Type of resource: Gossip
Description: Fierce records behind JAMs scam
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Where were you in '72?
Date: 30 January, 1988
Author: -
Journal: NME
Type of resource: Features
Description: Where were you in '72? What were you listening to? What were you wearing? Where were you hanging out? - KING BOY D OF THE JAMMS
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'Milking The Mu Mu' Who Killed The JAMs
Date: 13 February, 1988
Author: Edwin Pouncey
Journal: NME
Type of resource: Reviews
Description: good review describing all the tracks + excellent Savage Pencil cartoon 'JAMS: no moose is good moose' illustrating each track
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untitled
Date: 13 February, 1988
Author: Public NME
Journal: NME
Type of resource: Gossip
Description: JAMs changed their name to the Fall because of Fierce Records...King Boy and Rockman among guests at Zodiac Mindwarp's wedding...Rockman was at a Mutoid Waste company charity gig...Disco 2000 announce gig
Status: original (Text available)
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The Great Chain Robbery
Date: 20 February, 1988
Author: Jack Barron
Journal: NME
Type of resource: Articles
Description: a run-down of Welsh 'terrorist' record label Fierce, and all their various bootlegs - Charles Manson, Jesus and Mary Chain, JAMs, Sky Saxon, Sonic Youth etc. The JAMs aparantly stole their name and idea from Fierce!
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Disco 2000 - Kings Cross The Bell
Date: 20 February, 1988
Author: Barbara Ellen
Journal: NME
Type of resource: Reviews
Description: a good review despite the fact that Mo and Cress are too drunk to perform and only do two songs
Status: original (Text available)
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? (Big Fat 45)
Date: March 1988
Author: ?
Journal: Underground
Type of resource: Gossip
Description: Rumours are rife that the latest Jamms single - Big Fat 45 - was in fact produced by Fierce Records
Status: text (Text available)
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1998 INFO SHEET ONE
Date: 1988-03-10
Author: KLF Communications
Journal: -
Type of resource: Official
Description: Answers to lots of questions they had been asked, e.g. The KLF/Disco 2000, JAMS LP2 track listing, Deep Shit, JAMS 26T, KLF 002T, The Timelords. A handwritten photocopy on JAMs notepaper. Early copies were not labelled 1988 INFO SHEET ONE.
Status: text (Text available)
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untitled
Date: 26 March, 1988
Author: Public NME
Journal: NME
Type of resource: Gossip
Description: 1987 now selling for 45
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? (Alan McGee)
Date: April 1988
Author: ?
Journal: Underground
Type of resource: Excerpts
Description: interview with Alan McGee of Creation records with his opinion of Bill and 'The Man'
Status: text (Text available)
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?
Date: April 1988
Author: KLF Communications
Journal: The Face
Type of resource: Adverts
Description: five copies of 1987 at 1000 each
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?
Date: 02 April, 1988
Author: ?
Journal: NME
Type of resource:
Description: Thrills - 1000/JAMs RIP etc
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?
Date: 09 April, 1988
Author: ?
Journal: NME
Type of resource: Reviews
Description: Disco 2000: One Love Nation
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Grand Ideas: Part 91
Date: 16 April, 1988
Author: Sam King
Journal: Sounds
Type of resource: News items
Description: the latest JAMs scam - selling copies of 1987 for 1000 each has King Boy quotes, and pic of 'Agnetha' with gold disc!!
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?
Date: 1988-04-20
Author: ?
Journal: City Limits
Type of resource:
Description: Voices In The Wilderness - Bill Drummond
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untitled
Date: 23 April, 1988
Author: Public NME
Journal: NME
Type of resource: Gossip
Description: Disco 2000 are shooting a video with the Black Widows motorcycle group and not Dykes on Bikes as Cressida tried to make out
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Disco 2000 out-bugging the bad guys
Date: 07 May, 1988
Author: James Brown
Journal: NME
Type of resource: Features
Description: One Love Nation video details "this video is an attempted assasination upon the bloated carcass of traditional rock and roll"
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Doctorin' The Tardis
Date: 28 May, 1988
Author: ?
Journal: ? (Record Mirror)
Type of resource: Reviews
Description: apocalyptic Acid House megamix...has a sense of humour
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Doctorin' The Tardis
Date: 28 May, 1988
Author: ?
Journal: Melody Maker
Type of resource: Reviews
Description: "'Pure, unadulterated agony ... excruciating'
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Wheels Of Steal
Date: 28 May, 1988
Author: Steven Wells
Journal: NME
Type of resource: Features
Description: interview with Ford Timelord about Detroit, Superman films, youth culture, the record etc. + is 'The Jam' comic's logo copied off the JAMs?
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untitled (strip ad)
Date: 28 May, 1988
Author: KLF Communications
Journal: NME
Type of resource: Adverts
Description: The Timelords - Doctorin' The Tardis
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...Ford Every Scheme
Date: 28 May, 1988
Author: Roy Wilkinson
Journal: Sounds
Type of resource: Features
Description: "interview with the "happy-go-lucky Essex twang" speaking Dagaenham motor who made "the most nauseating record ever".
Status: original (Text available)
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A 2 Z Ford Time Lord
Date: 04 June, 1988
Author: Thrills
Journal: NME
Type of resource: Features
Description: I stands for Illuminati in at 23; Z stands for Zenarchy etc with picture of The Timelords, and The Escorts grouped round one of the video 'Daleks'
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Shrink Rap - Ford Timelord
Date: 11 June, 1988
Author: -
Journal: Melody Maker
Type of resource: Features
Description: thoughts on Swedish Farmers, Dagenham, Time Travel, Gary Glitter and Jams
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Rock Steady Eddie?
Date: 15 June, 1988
Author: ?
Journal: The Sun
Type of resource: News items
Description:
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?
Date: 18 June, 1988
Author: ?
Journal: NME
Type of resource: News items
Description: Gary Glitter and Timelords : new version
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Into The Mystic
Date: 25 June, 1988
Author: -
Journal: NME
Type of resource: Covers
Description: Timelords and Gary Glitter at Stonehenge
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Wizards of Scam
Date: 25 June, 1988
Author: Jack Barron
Journal: NME
Type of resource: Interviews
Description: slight interview: JAMs discuss Ford, Gary Glitter discusses out of body experiences
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Bare Faced Cheek
Date: 02 July, 1988
Author: ?
Journal: NME
Type of resource: Articles
Description: Fierce Records
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1988 INFO SHEET TWO
Date: 1988-07-06
Author: KLF Communications
Journal: -
Type of resource: Official
Description: Number One position thoughts, future projects, general query replies, JAMS LP1, The JAMs Philosophy. A handwritten photocopy on JAMs notepaper. Also included Merchandise Sheet #2 (the '3 DJs' sheet - Cartoon by Jimmy, handwritten text).
Status: text (Text available)
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Kicking Out The JAMs
Date: 01 October, 1988
Author: ?
Journal: Sounds
Type of resource: News items
Description: Shag Times/Book etc
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Career Opportunities
Date: 10 December, 1988
Author: ?
Journal: NME
Type of resource: Excerpts
Description: Rockman, formerly with Brilliant, and The Love Reaction used to be Athena's top sub-Roger Dean style hippy poster artist
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Looking after number one
Date: 24 December, 1988
Author: -
Journal: Sounds
Type of resource: Articles
Description: exclusive excerpts from The Manual
Status: original (Not available online - would you like to scan it?)
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