From psychedelia to punk, from 1966 to 1978, "Bomp!" was the magazine of rock and roll commentary and criticism. "Bomp!'s" founder Greg Shaw (1949-2004), was neither a singer nor guitar player, but still became a legend in rock and roll. Greg's legacy of two magazines, "Who Put The Bomp!" and "Mojo Navigator", were wild treasure troves of writing and graphics that gave birth to the modern rock press we know today. From psychedelic garage bands to early insurgent punk rock, "Bomp!" provided a view-from-the-garage of the most crucial era in rock history. Rare gems are featured here, many reproduced as facsimile pages, like early interviews with The Doors and The Grateful Dead, to the first writing about the New York Dolls and The Sex Pistols.