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Country Joe McDonald: Incredible! Live! Country Joe! (Vanguard)

Review by Charles Shaar Murray, Cream, June 1972

I like the coffee and I like tea,I like the sweetness that you give to me, Hey woman set your mind at rest,Home cookin' still ...

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Country Joe and the Fish

Interview by Greg Shaw, Mojo Navigator, November 1966

Present at this interview were Country Joe and the Fish, who consist of Joe McDonald (vocals), Barry Melton (lead guitar), David Cohen (guitar and organ), ...

Country Joe & The Fish: Fillmore East, New York NY

Live Review by Mike Jahn, New York Times, The, December 1968

Country Joe's Fish Make Heads Swim To Electric Sounds ...

Country Joe: Fish Head

Interview by Mark Williams, International Times, April 1969

INTERVIEWING COUNTRY Joe McDonald was an escapade I embarked on with fear in my heart, butterflies in my stomach and a copy of How to ...

Country Joe & The Fish: Here We Are Again

Review by John Morthland, Rolling Stone, August 1969

BERKELEY HAS ALWAYS BEEN the Freak Capital of the Western world. The university of California has long been noted for its political militants, and the ...

Country Joe And The Fish: Here We Are Again (Vanguard)

Review by Danny Goldberg, Fusion, October 1969

COUNTRY JOE & THE FISH are certainly unique in American rock. By the time their first album came out they had really passed their peak ...

Kent Aftermath: Teen Turmoil Poison At B.O.

Report and Interview by John Morthland, Rolling Stone, June 1970

SAN FRANCISCO — Lou Rhode, a student at San Francisco City College, is a clerk at Tower Records, and wears an "Out Now" peace button ...

Country Joe: Gimme an F!

Interview by Mick Gold, Let It Rock, December 1974

Mick Gold interrogates Country Joe and indulges in some Fishy nostalgia ...

Country Joe McDonald: Paradise With An Ocean View

Review by Mick Farren, New Musical Express, January 1976

Gimme a W, gimme an H, gimme an A, gimme an L... ...

Country Joe McDonald: Shed A Tear In Your Beer For The Fish Cheer

Interview by Phil Sutcliffe, Sounds, February 1976

COUNTRY JOE said: "I'd like to make some money, buy a Cadillac, make pop music as in popular, radio rock 'n' roll." ...

Barry Melton: The Tale of a Fish

Profile and Interview by Andy Childs, ZigZag, March 1976

STRANGE AS IT MAY seem to all of you who may imagine me as a contemporary of [Pete] Frame and [John] Tobler, when the early ...

Country Joe MacDonald: The Essential Country Joe McDonald

Review by John Tobler, New Musical Express, August 1976

ALTHOUGH THERE have been three compilations of his work with the Fish, this is the first collection covering Country Joe's seven solo albums. ...

Country Joe McDonald

Interview by Joel Selvin, San Francisco Chronicle, March 1994

ONE FIGURE straddles the two polar events of the '60' – Woodstock and theVietnam War -- Country Joe McDonald. In fact, such emblematicproportions have obscured ...

Country Joe and The Fish: Electric Music for the Mind and Body; I-Feel-Like-I’m-Fixin’-to-Die; Together (Vanguard reissues)

Review by Mark Cooper, MOJO, February 1996

COUNTRY JOE AND THE FISH are doomed to be best remembered for that old crowd-pleaser they churned out at Woodstock in August, 1969. No matter ...

Country Joe McDonald: No Ordinary Joe

Interview by Robert Sandall, Independent, The, December 2002

THERE'S LITTLE ABOUT the small, stocky frame of the 60-year-old Country Joe McDonald that would lead one to pinpoint him as a firebrand political activist ...

Woodstock: Back To The Garden

Retrospective and Interview by Kris Needs, Record Collector, September 2009

40 years on, Woodstock's epochal celebration of music, peace and unleashed hedonism is being marked with an unprecedented deluge of audio and visual releases. KRIS ...

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