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Light Macs: Deacon Blue: Raintown (CBS)

Review by Len Brown, NME, May 1987

RICKY ROSS— it's the type of name that must determine your destiny. Like Reed Richards: Reasonable Superhero or Bruno Brookes: Burly Deejay or Dickie Davies: ...

Deacon Blue: Dominion Theatre, London

Live Review by Andrew Smith, Melody Maker, November 1988

I'LL BET whoever signed Deacon Blue thought they were signing the next Prefab Sprout. ...

Deacon Blue: When The World Knows Your Name

Review by Mat Snow, Q, April 1989

Starry-eyed and real gone, Deacon Blue are born to run and run. ...

Deacon Blue: The Reluctant Tourist

Interview by Ian Gittins, Melody Maker, April 1989

AFTER THE SUCCESS OF THEIR DEBUT ALBUM, RAINTOWN, AND A STRING OF HIT SINGLES INCLUDING THE RECENT 'WAGES DAY', RICKY ROSS AND HIS BAND LOOK ...

The Pilgrims’ Progress: Deacon Blue

Interview by Mat Snow, Q, June 1989

Raised on solid moral values like hard work and the importance of belief, Ricky Ross of Deacon Blue has steered his band to the heady ...

Deacon Blue: Glasgow Skyline

Profile and Interview by Robert Sandall, Q, August 1991

IF A BAND’S success could be measured simply in terms of gold, silver and platinum discs earned, then Deacon Blue have clearly had a lot ...

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