Connor McKnight [ed.]. London, UK. May 1974. 29.7x21.0cm. 52pp. First edition.
The Byrds - John Martyn - Rick Wakeman - King Crimson - Quicksilver Messenger Service - Free - Moby Grape - Roy Harper - Grateful Dead.
Condition: very good plus, no writing, complete.
Order reference: 100021.
ZigZag was a British rock music magazine. It was started by Pete Frame and the first edition rolled off the printing presses on 16 April 1969. The magazine was noted for its thorough interviews, well-researched articles, innovative "rock family trees" by Frame, and support for American songwriters such as Michael Nesmith, Mickey Newbury, Gene Clark, etc. It was edited by Pete Frame for the first 29 issues – up to February 1973. Pete Frame's "rock family trees" first appeared in ZigZag. Very basic examples appeared in issue #14 The Byrds (August 1970) and issue #17 John Mayall (Dec 1970 – Jan 1971). The first "rock family tree" to be presented in the format that Frame would become well known for was in issue #21 Al Kooper (July 1971). (source: Wikipedia).