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Bachman Turner Overdrive

Profile and Interview by Colin Irwin, Melody Maker, February 1974

AMERICANS tend to pronounce the word "boogie" with one "u" and a couple of "g's". It comes out sounding "buggie" and it's heard a lot ...

Randy Bachman: Guess Who's Back Pages

Interview by Jim Esposito, Zoo World, February 1974

UNDERSTANDABLY, Bachman-Turner Overdrive is the first band ever to challenge the Guess Who's sovereign supremacy on their own Canadian turf, because, more than any other ...

Bachman Turner Overdrive: BTO II (Mercury)

Review by John Swenson, Zoo World, August 1974

BACHMAN TURNER Overdrive emerged as one of the best new groups of 1973, and their debut album was the best work to come out of ...

Bachman Turner Overdrive: The Band That Laughs Last…

Report and Interview by Jim Esposito, Zoo World, October 1974

THE BACHMAN-Turner Overdrive had just arrived backstage at the San Antonio Municipal Auditorium when the door to their dressing room burst open and seven extremely ...

Bachman Turner Overdrive: Rules For The Road: The Family That Plays Together Stays In Together

Interview by Jaan Uhelszki, Creem, March 1975

If it was easy as fishin'You could be a musicianAnd could make sounds/ loud and mellowGet a second hand guitarChances are you'll go farIf you ...

Bachman-Turner Overdrive - And this isn't all they do

Profile and Interview by Charles Shaar Murray, NME, May 1975

"WHEN I'M TRYING to do a solo, I'll try and play what Jeff Beck would play, or I'll try and play what Eric Clapton would ...

Overdrive Man: Randy Bachman

Interview by Steven Rosen, Guitar Player, July 1975

HAD RANDY BACHMAN (pronounced back-man) never even picked up a guitar, his talents as a songwriter and producer would have been enough to implant his ...

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