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This month: July/August 1994

he July/August ’94 issue was the first in which did a 1:1 interview with two prominent artists. Though new to us at the time, the concept wasn’t a novel one; it was inspired by some of the pairings that magazine had been doing regularly for 15 years, perhaps most notably the John McLaughlin/Yngwie Malmsteen feature in September 1990. Surely wasn’t the

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