Cash Box Magazine is one of the leading music industry publications. Vintage issues are much sought after and hard to find. They feature glorious full page ads for artists and their records, as well as articles and photos relating to important musical events. Each issue provides a fascinating historical snapshot of the week it was published.
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This is the August 7, 1971 issue.
So what's inside?
Rod Stewart - GREAT cover photo, plus small article.
Full page ads include:
The Moody Blues
Grand Funk Railroad
The uess Who
Stoney And Meatloaf
NUMBER ONE LP - Tapestry by Carole King
Other Top Ten Entries - Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney
Record reviews include Deep Purple, Moody Blues, Frank Zappa
Other items of interest:
Three Dog Night - concert review
Blood Sweat & Tears - concert review
Condition - This magazine is in Very Good condition. It is missing the Singles Chart page. It is otherwise complete with no cutouts or missing pages. There is some wear as might be expected of an item of this vintage including the usual light crease, plus typical, light edge, corner and cover wear as can be seen in the photos ( PLEASE see photos ).