The Little Sandy Review

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'''The Little Sandy Review''' was a fanzine devoted to folk music published by Paul Nelson (1936-2006 and Jon Pankake.  
'''The Little Sandy Review''' was a fanzine devoted to folk music published by Paul Nelson (1936-2006 and Jon Pankake.  
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''The Little Sandy Review'' was begun in 1960 as a pamphlet sized mimeographed publication, published in Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S.A. They were later joined by Barry Hansen, who was the Los Angeles editor. Contributors included writing by Tony Glover and photographs by Marina Bokelman. Thirty issues were released.
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''The Little Sandy Review'' was begun in 1960 as a pamphlet sized mimeographed publication, published in Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S.A. They were later joined by Barry Hansen, who was the Los Angeles editor. Thirty Issues were released.
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The fanzine was devoted to folk music legends such as Woody Guthrie, Leadbelly and Pete Seeger, the Harry Smith issued collection "Anthology of American Folk Music", and newcomers such as Bob Dylan and the trio Koerner, Ray and Glover, and The New Lost City Ramblers.  
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Contributors included writing by Tony Glover and Alan Wilson, and photographs by Marina Bokelman and David Evans. 
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The fanzine was devoted to folk music legends such as Woody Guthrie, Leadbelly and Pete Seeger, the Harry Smith issued collection "Anthology of American Folk Music", and newcomers such as Bob Dylan and the trio Koerner, Ray and Glover, The New Lost City Ramblers and Robert Pete Willaims.  
It has been written of ''The Little Sandy Review'' that it ",, , first has to invent, essentially from scratch, the foundations of modern rock journalism." (David Lightbourne in ''The New Vulgate'' #4 July 29, 2009). In 1998, John Pankake won a Grammy Award for his essay in the liner notes for the reissue of Harry Smith's "Anthology of Anerican Folk Music".  
It has been written of ''The Little Sandy Review'' that it ",, , first has to invent, essentially from scratch, the foundations of modern rock journalism." (David Lightbourne in ''The New Vulgate'' #4 July 29, 2009). In 1998, John Pankake won a Grammy Award for his essay in the liner notes for the reissue of Harry Smith's "Anthology of Anerican Folk Music".  
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*[http://woodyhaut.blogspot.com/2009/07/remembering-little-sandy-review-in.html Remembering ''Little Sandy Review'']
*[http://woodyhaut.blogspot.com/2009/07/remembering-little-sandy-review-in.html Remembering ''Little Sandy Review'']
*[http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2006/aug/11/pressandpublishing.obituaries Obituary for Paul Nelson]
*[http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2006/aug/11/pressandpublishing.obituaries Obituary for Paul Nelson]
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*[http://alanwilsoncannedheat.com/LSR-RPW-1.php An article scanned from ''Little Sandy Review'' by Alan Wilson]
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Revision as of 18:11, 27 March 2011

The Little Sandy Review was a fanzine devoted to folk music published by Paul Nelson (1936-2006 and Jon Pankake.

The Little Sandy Review was begun in 1960 as a pamphlet sized mimeographed publication, published in Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S.A. They were later joined by Barry Hansen, who was the Los Angeles editor. Thirty Issues were released.

Contributors included writing by Tony Glover and Alan Wilson, and photographs by Marina Bokelman and David Evans.

The fanzine was devoted to folk music legends such as Woody Guthrie, Leadbelly and Pete Seeger, the Harry Smith issued collection "Anthology of American Folk Music", and newcomers such as Bob Dylan and the trio Koerner, Ray and Glover, The New Lost City Ramblers and Robert Pete Willaims.

It has been written of The Little Sandy Review that it ",, , first has to invent, essentially from scratch, the foundations of modern rock journalism." (David Lightbourne in The New Vulgate #4 July 29, 2009). In 1998, John Pankake won a Grammy Award for his essay in the liner notes for the reissue of Harry Smith's "Anthology of Anerican Folk Music".

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