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Joni Mitchell, Al Stewart, The Johnstons: Royal Festival Hall, London

Live Review by Karl Dallas, Melody Maker, October 1968

OPENERS AT Roy Guest's "Festival of Contemporary Song" at the Royal Festival Hall on Saturday, the Johnstons, finished their set with Joni Mitchell's 'Both Sides ...

Al Stewart

Profile and Interview by Steve Turner, Beat Instrumental, April 1972

Al Stewart earned his fame by singing about Bedsitter Images and closed subway stations. Now he owns a house in Hampstead outside of which he ...

The Poetic Man Tells Of His Love

Report by Jerry Gilbert, Sounds, May 1972

THE FACT that the rock public generally seem to be adamant in their appraisal of Al Stewart is a definite sign for the good; for ...

Al Stewart: Of Simon, Seers And Ages Past

Interview by Fred Dellar, New Musical Express, November 1973

IF YOU'RE in New York at the end of the seventies, don't drink any water – because it's liable to be poisoned. ...

Al Stewart: Coasting With Al

Interview by Harvey Kubernik, Melody Maker, November 1976

AL STEWART, who plays London's New Victoria Theatre on December 2, is now enjoying greater success in America. ...

Al Stewart: A British Eccentric Finds A House In Bel Air — And A Home

Interview by Dave Zimmer, BAM, March 1989

SINGER-SONGWRITER Al Stewart has a theory about why he'll never sell as many records as Lionel Richie or Billy Joel. ...

Al Stewart: A Reticent Recording Artist

Profile and Interview by Larry Jaffee, Record Collector, February 2006

AL STEWART’S four-decade career recently was capsulated by a 5-CD boxed set Just Yesterday from EMI. His first four UK albums on CBS never were ...

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