Who Put The Bomp was a rock music fanzine edited and published by Greg Shaw from 1970 to 1979. Its name came from the hit 1961 doo-wop song by Barry Mann, "Who Put the Bomp". Later, the name was shortened to Bomp! Shaw was one of the first and best known rock fanzine editors. Active in science fiction fandom as a young man, he became familiar with fanzines. Shaw founded one of the earliest rock fanzines, the mimeographed Mojo Navigator and Rock 'n Roll News in 1966. Bomp! was an early publishing venue for many subsequently well-known writers, including Lester Bangs and Greil Marcus.

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  • Who Put The Bomp, später nur Bomp! war eines der ersten Musik-Fanzines. Seine 21 Ausgaben erschienen von 1970 bis 1979. Das in den USA erscheinende Fanzine bot später bekannten Autoren wie Lester Bangs und Greil Marcus erste Veröffentlichungsmöglichkeiten und sorgte durch seine weite Bekanntheit dafür die DIY-Ethik des Punk mitzuprägen. Herausgeber Greg Shaw war in seiner Jugend im Science-Fiction-Fandom aktiv und kannte daher die Institution der Fanzines. 1966 gründete er den Bomp!-Vorgänger Mojo Navigator and Rock ‘n’ Roll News. Aus dem Bomp!-Fanzine entwickelte Shaw das unabhängige Plattenlabel Bomp! Records, das er bis zu seinem Tod 2004 leitete. Der Name Who Put The Bomp ist dem Titel eines Novelty Songs von Barry Mann aus dem Jahr 1961 entlehnt, der infolge der Bekanntheit des Fanzines später von diversen Punk-Bands wie zum Beispiel Me First and the Gimme Gimmes gecovert wurde. (de)
  • Who Put The Bomp was a rock music fanzine edited and published by Greg Shaw from 1970 to 1979. Its name came from the hit 1961 doo-wop song by Barry Mann, "Who Put the Bomp". Later, the name was shortened to Bomp! Shaw was one of the first and best known rock fanzine editors. Active in science fiction fandom as a young man, he became familiar with fanzines. Shaw founded one of the earliest rock fanzines, the mimeographed Mojo Navigator and Rock 'n Roll News in 1966. Bomp! was an early publishing venue for many subsequently well-known writers, including Lester Bangs and Greil Marcus. Bomp! later morphed into an independent record label, Bomp! Records, headed by Shaw until his death in 2004. (en)
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  • Who Put The Bomp was a rock music fanzine edited and published by Greg Shaw from 1970 to 1979. Its name came from the hit 1961 doo-wop song by Barry Mann, "Who Put the Bomp". Later, the name was shortened to Bomp! Shaw was one of the first and best known rock fanzine editors. Active in science fiction fandom as a young man, he became familiar with fanzines. Shaw founded one of the earliest rock fanzines, the mimeographed Mojo Navigator and Rock 'n Roll News in 1966. Bomp! was an early publishing venue for many subsequently well-known writers, including Lester Bangs and Greil Marcus. (en)
  • Who Put The Bomp, später nur Bomp! war eines der ersten Musik-Fanzines. Seine 21 Ausgaben erschienen von 1970 bis 1979. Das in den USA erscheinende Fanzine bot später bekannten Autoren wie Lester Bangs und Greil Marcus erste Veröffentlichungsmöglichkeiten und sorgte durch seine weite Bekanntheit dafür die DIY-Ethik des Punk mitzuprägen. Herausgeber Greg Shaw war in seiner Jugend im Science-Fiction-Fandom aktiv und kannte daher die Institution der Fanzines. 1966 gründete er den Bomp!-Vorgänger Mojo Navigator and Rock ‘n’ Roll News. Aus dem Bomp!-Fanzine entwickelte Shaw das unabhängige Plattenlabel Bomp! Records, das er bis zu seinem Tod 2004 leitete. (de)
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