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Betty Davis: Filthy But Funky

Profile and Interview by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, August 1975

IT'S FUNNY how some women are genteel yet others may be quite the opposite – yet still manage to retain their femininity. ...

Betty Davis: Aisles of Miles

Interview by Robin Katz, Sounds, August 1975

The ex-wife or Miles Davis is now making it on her own account. Robin Katz reports ...

Betty Davis: Nasty Gal

Review by Charles Shaar Murray, New Musical Express, November 1975

THIS IS IT funk y'allThis is it right hereThis is it do ya hear me girlsAnd well they can't do it forya no nastier than ...

Betty Davis: Nasty Gal

Review by Joe McEwen, Rolling Stone, December 1975

ON HER FIRST two albums, Betty Davis staked out a peculiar brand of kinky, tongue-in-cheek funk that garnered her a cult following in Philadelphia and ...

The Witty, Wicked World Of Betty Davis

Interview by James Maycock, Pride, April 2002

Intro: I think I’m the only journalist in about 20 years to have tracked down and interviewed Miles Davis’ now reclusive ex-wife who was an ...

Betty Davis: She's Gotta Have It

Retrospective and Interview by James Maycock, MOJO, February 2005

ONE EVENING during the high summer of 1967, the fragrant Miss Mabry left her Greenwich Village apartment situated in the S&M area of Bedford Street. ...

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