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Ann Peebles

Profile and Interview by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, November 1971

ALREADY BEING tipped as a potential giant R&B record in this country is Ann Peebles version of 'Slipped, Tripped And Fell In Love'. The only ...

Ann Peebles: Will Princess Ann Be Queen

Profile and Interview by Roger St. Pierre, New Musical Express, 1972

ON THE distaff side, soul music has produced a long run of superb girl singers and these soul sisters have found it far easier to ...

Ann Peebles: Hangin' On To Success

Interview by David Nathan, Blues & Soul, May 1974

ALL OF a sudden, it seems like the whole world is talking about the talents of a magnificently soulful young woman and she puts it ...

Ann Peebles: Sweet and Soulful

Report and Interview by David Nathan, Blues & Soul, October 1974

David Nathan reports on Ann Peebles' London gigs and talks shop with the delectable lady. ...

Ann Peebles: The Biba Rainbow Room, London

Live Review by Philip Norman, Times, The, October 1974

APPLAUSE IN this sybaritic cafeteria is always a little suspect, being related to how far the performer can corroborate the Biba audience's good opinion of ...

Ann Peebles: Gulliver's, London

Live Review by Ray Fox-Cumming, Disc and Music Echo, October 1974

CONCERTS at the ultra-trendy Biba's Rainbow Room almost invariably, for some reason or other, turn out to be disappointing and, from the reviews I've read ...

Ann Peebles: I Can't Stand The Rain

Interview by Harry Doherty, Disc and Music Echo, October 1974

BRITAIN has been bitten by the Ann Peebles bug and, in a typical reciprocal move, our very own famous bug (commonly known as 'flu) has ...

Ann Peebles: Learning To Cope With The Rain

Interview by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, April 1975

BEING THE recording artist for a classic can have almost as many pitfalls as advantages. The history of our music is littered with names who ...

Ann Peebles...and the Hi Records Story

Interview by Todd Everett, Phonograph Record, December 1975

THOUGH NASHVILLE, Tennessee, has proclaimed itself "Music City U.S.A.," the traditional center of musical activity in that area of the country, and the city from ...

Ann Peebles: Tellin' It

Review by Joe McEwen, Rolling Stone, January 1976

ONCE A CONSISTENT R&B hit-maker, Ann Peebles's output has seen a precipitous drop in both the vitality of her music and the sales of her ...

Ann Peebles: Tellin' It

Review by Cliff White, New Musical Express, February 1976

IN 1968 IN Memphis, Tennessee, Willie Mitchell succeeded to the board of an ailing record company called Hi. ...

Willie Mitchell: Gettin' Hi High Again

Interview by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, March 1978

Willie Mitchell has virtually forsaken his own career in favour of running Hi Records and putting the label back up there... ...

Various Artists: Royal Memphis Soul – Hi Records

Review by Barney Hoskyns, MOJO, July 1996

When Muscle Shoals went flabby and Stax couldn't pay their taxes, Hi Records took up the soul baton. Barney Hoskyns says hello to a collection ...

Soul Sensation

Profile by Andria Lisle, Oxford American, 2001

After thirty years in the biz, Ann Peebles has proven she’s much more than just the "female Al Green." ...

Ann Peebles

Retrospective by Andria Lisle, Oxford American, June 2001

When Ann Peebles and Gene "Bowlegs" Miller first crossed paths at the Rosewood Club in South Memphis, neither one would have called it destiny. ...

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