Douglas J Noble is a music journalist, guitar instructor and musician based in Edinburgh, Scotland.

He is the Music Director of UniVibes, the international Jimi Hendrix magazine and a regular contributor to The Guitar Magazine. The following interviews were mainly conducted for UniVibes and The Guitar Magazine. Please pass on any comments to Douglas here.

DJN: I'm sorry for not updating this site for several months - frankly, I didn't know how to! But I do now after buying a basic internet design package (the ClarisWorks 4.0 Internet Edition, if you're interested). At present my "design skills" are still non-existent so don't expect anything too fancy just yet.

In the following interviews and articles, "EXCLUSIVE!" means the interview/article has never appeared anywhere else - which is pretty exciting - and "NEW!" means the interview/article was added within the past three months. This site was updated on 19 August 1997, 11:21am.

NEW!As the Music Director of UniVibes Douglas has written extensively on Jimi Hendrix - the following articles are taken from UniVibes.

Links page - "No man is an island..." Umm, so check out my links page with further info on all the artists interviewed on this site plus some other stuff.


None of the material contained in this web site may be reproduced in any form without specific prior written permission.

Special thanks to Michael Leonard of The Guitar Magazine, Caesar Glebbeek of UniVibes, Fred Tomsett of T'Mershi Duween, Alan Jones of Broken Arrow and Dick Wyzanski of The Jeff Beck Bulletin. Extra special thanks to Eddie Corns for setting up this site.

Thanks also to Ross Halfin and Julie Abbott; Sally Fletcher and Mayfest; Matt, Fun and Michelle at Epic; Roland Hyams at Work Hard; Peter Grant at Columbia; Dean Ricketts and Jason Jules at the Watch-Men Agency; Carol Pinkham at Vision Unlimited.

Coming soon... A previously unpublished interview with Blur's Graham Coxon, interviews with Brian May and Mark Knopfler, a lesson with Joe Satriani and much, much more...

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