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America (1972)

Interview by Keith Altham, Rock's Backpages Audio, 1972

The grits and granola boy-band on the Crosby, Stills & Nash copyists issue, playing live and sharing accommodation

File format: mp3; file size: 14.8mb; Interview length: 16' 11"; sound quality: ****

ARTICLES IN LIBRARY

America, Judee Sill: Royal Festival Hall, London

Live Review by James Johnson, New Musical Express, March 1972

America — simply so successful ...

America: America

Review by John Mendelsohn, Rolling Stone, April 1972

WHAT HAVE WE HERE, O my sisters and brothers, but an album that serves as living proof that if you release 88 albums every month, ...

Following a Remarkable Year, America Take Stock

Interview by James Johnson, New Musical Express, May 1972

THE LAST THREE weeks have been something of a resting point for America. After returning from the States each of them split for a holiday, ...

America: Homecoming (Warner Bros.)

Review by Metal Mike Saunders, Phonograph Record, December 1972

IMAGINE IF YOU WILL, a kid that does a soul-wrenching ( I mean this literally) job of imitating Neil Young. The whiny little creep down ...

America: Homecoming

Review by Gene Sculatti, Creem, February 1973

Come on. You didn't think ‘Horse With No Name’ and ‘Ventura Highway’ would get these guys voted into the pantheon of CSN&Y Springalopoco second-liners where ...

West Coast Rock: Get Your Wooden Noses 'Ere

Review by Nick Kent, New Musical Express, November 1973

Grateful Dead: In the Wake of the Flood (Grateful Dead records, Import) New Riders Of The Purple Sage: The Adventures of Panama Red (CBS, Import)America: ...

America: What This Band Needs Is a Hat Trick

Profile and Interview by David Rensin, Rolling Stone, November 1973

LOS ANGELES – To the crowd at the Hollywood Bowl, America could do – and did – no wrong. But to America, the concert was ...

America: Holiday

Review by Bud Scoppa, Rolling Stone, September 1974

MORE THAN any other group of the Seventies, America — in both its British and U.S. periods—has epitomized the stiff, soulless side of California pop. ...

Can An English Holiday Revive America?

Review and Interview by Michael Gross, Circus, October 1974

LONDON'S SPEAKEASY club shares a bond with New York's Max's Kansas City in that they are both music business hangouts. But where the sickly red ...

America: St George To The Rescue

Interview by Barbara Charone, Sounds, October 1975

DEWEY BUNNELL stood in the middle of his Manchester hotel suite, scratched his beard, and grinned. An hour before, Dewey and a couple of his ...

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