Pop Music

 France

 
Weekly newspaper of "French and International music".
Pop Music started in April 2, 1970 and ended with issue #51, March 1971. In the same time another weekly newspaper Superhebdo started and ended with issue #50 in March 1970.
Both newspapers merged as Pop Music Superhebdo as #52, March 25, 1971. This merged weekly changed his name back to Pop Music with #107, May 11, 1972 and run until #126, December 6, 1972.
Finally Pop Music merged with weekly Maxipop to become Pop Music Maxipop of #132, March 1973 until #135, April 10, 1973. (Maxipop existed from #1, June 29, 1972 to #28, March 13, 1973.) (Zeuhl Music)
 

1970 July 23

No. 17

 

Tous les festivals interdits!
By François Jouffa, pp 1, 7


Article on 1970 Summer festivals, including Riviera Festival, Valbonne, July 23-25, where Mothers of Invention/Frank Zappa/Jean-Luc Ponty performed.

Source: slime.oofytv.set

 
  

1970 December 24

No. 39

 

Zappa au Gaumont: "Une leçon de pop"
By Thierry Lewin, p 18

Aynsley Dunbar: "Je suis heurex avec Frank Zappa"
By J. Barsamian, p 18


p 18 

 

 

1971 April 22

No. 56

 

Frank Zappa defend les groupies
?, p 7


p 7 

Source: slime.oofytv.set

 

1971 October 14

No. 78

 

... et Zappa crea les Mothers
By Thierry Lewin, p 5 


Article "... and Zappa created the Mothers" and 2-page size poster. 

 poster

Source: slime.oofytv.set 

 

1971 December 2

No. 85

 

Les Mothers en France
?, p 1


Both announced gigs – 5 December in Lyon, Bourse du Travail and 6 December Paris, Theatre du Chatelet – were cancelled after Montreux fire on 4 December.

Source: slime.oofytv.set

 

1971 December 16

No. 87

 

Zappa et l'incendie
By Richard, p 15 


A short notice "Zappa hospitalise" on page 9 plus article "Zappa and the fire" on page 15.

Source: slime.oofytv.set 

 

1972 April 13

No. 104

 

2-page centerfold poster 


Source: slime.oofytv.set