Saturday, August 31, 2013

2008, aug 15, Goldmine, Backstage Pass: Alice Cooper

August 15, 2008

Whew! Last of the oversized publications in my collection.
Well I do have some past Rolling Stone issues but luckily
I also have them reprinted in magazine format from
"Alice Cooper Scrapbook" which is easier to scan.

Pg 4, Content cropped
note on right column ON THE WEB
they have Alice Cooper schedule July 28
on Goldmine radio

Sidebar story on Pg 29
about "Along Came Came A Spider"
release which I think is a great album
that should of had it's own stage show.
Each song I imaged what Alice would be doing on stage.

Pg 29
Full layout

Pg 30

Pg 31

Friday, August 30, 2013

2008, feb 29, Goldmine, Backstage Pass: Dennis Dunaway, Part II

February 29, 2008

Great interview by Dennis w/ some interesting behind the scenes stories.
Such as singing The Monkee's Theme song w/ Mickey Dolenz
on Pg 18, bottom middle column
and a very funny quote by Glen Buxton that Dennis brings up
on the beginning of pg 75.

Part Two

Pg 6, Content cropped

Pg 18
Full layout

Pg 20

Pg 75

Thursday, August 29, 2013

2008, feb 15, Goldmine, Backstage Pass: Dennis Dunaway, Part I

Great interview in 2 Parts w/ Alice Cooper's founding member 
and original bass player Dennis Dunaway

(Full page layout follows cropped section)

February 15, 2008
Goldmine issue

Part One

Pg 6, Content cropped

Following article cropped

Pg 22
Full page interview

Pg 23

Wednesday, August 28, 2013

2006, may 12, Goldmine, The New West Is Cooper's Town

May 12, 2006

Goldmine cover

Content pg 6, cropped
notice the same pic used in Content page of
Goldmine, May 19, 2000

Pg 14

Pg 15

Top of
Pg 36

Bottom of Pg 36
Ad on "Good To See You Again, Alice Cooper"
on DVD

Pg 31
Alice Cooper
Live At Montreux, 2005
DVD/CD set

Monday, August 26, 2013

1998, Get Out, Beat Angels article

Beat Angels singer Brian Smith writes an article in "Get Out"
a Arizona newspaper from his experiences on the road of touring.
Brian Smith also co-wrote "Sideshow" from Alice's "The Last Temptation" album.
Brian Smith has some history w/ Alice Cooper as far back as 1983 in his earlier band
Gentlemen After Dark in which Alice Cooper & Dick Wagner produced their EP.

Brian Smith is also a writer who wrote for an Arizona newspaper and also wrote 
the liner notes on the Deluxe Billion Dollar Babies CD. From what I heard recently
Brian is now living in Chicago writing for one the city's newspapers.

Beat Angels was a good band. I enjoyed their music sort of
Ramones, Boomtown Rats, New York Dolls.
I did have the opportunity to see them perform in Boston
at Aerosmith's Mama Kins club which they do mention in the article.
I also had a chance to talk to Brian at the club & found him very friendly to talk too.

Front page of GET OUT
February 26, 1998
Brian Smith on cover

Full page layout