The Best of 1960s New Musical Express

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The tales told by NME have become the stuff of legend. And in this first edition of our new series, The NME Interviews, you’ll find the very Best Of The 1960s – a wealth of gripping interviews rescued from the NME vaults. It’s a story that begins with Elvis Presley at an army barracks in Germany, talking about his love of NME, and ends with John Lennon pondering the future of The Beatles. Over the decade, the magazine was at the forefront of every cultural revolution: embarking on wild adventures with The Who and the Rolling Stones; discovering the genius of David Bowie and Led Zeppelin; introducing a host of visiting American superstars to the madness of swinging London – they’re all here, in The NME Interviews: Best Of The 1960s.

 

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