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Blind Faith, Delaney & Bonnie and Friends: Madison Square Garden, New York NY

Live Review by Mike Jahn, New York Times, The, July 1969

Blind Faith Group Sings ...

Delaney & Bonnie: Out Of The South Comes 'The Best Band In The World'

Profile and Interview by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, October 1969

WHEN A TOP musician becomes an unpaid press and public relations man for a group, it can be fairly assumed that the group must have ...

Delaney & Bonnie: Clapton, Jagger, Harrison and Lennon Rave Over Them

Profile by Rob Partridge, Record Mirror, October 1969

REPUTATIONS travel, Delaney And Bonnie's travel via Eric Clapton, Mick Jagger and George Harrison. ...

Delaney & Bonnie And Friends: Accept No Substitute (Elektra)

Review by Miles, International Times, November 1969

THE ALBUM that Apple wanted to get so much because George liked them so much and so for that matter did Derek Taylor which might ...

Eric Clapton: God is a Guitarist

Report and Interview by Philip Norman, Sunday Times, 1970

GEORGE HARRISON sat with a painfully thin fellow in a motorway restaurant, a graveyard of the digestion outside London. ...

Delaney & Bonnie Homecoming Knocks 'Em Dead

Report and Interview by Lenny Kaye, Rolling Stone, March 1970

NEW YORK – They weren't welcomed at the airport by hordes of screaming, pushing teenagers. They didn't receive a standing ovation at the Fillmore East ...

Delaney & Bonnie & Friends: On Tour; Flying Burrito Brothers: Burrito Deluxe; John Phillips: Wolfking of LA

Review by Richard Williams, Times, The, June 1970

THAT DELANEY AND BONNIE have been instrumental in reshaping a considerable part of the ethos of modem pop music is indisputable. Eric Clapton, the charismatic ...

Delaney & Bonnie: Wollman Rink, Central Park, New York NY

Live Review by Mike Jahn, New York Times, The, August 1970

Delaney & Bonnie And New Friends Give Park Concert ...

Delaney & Bonnie: Delaney & Bonnie Together (Columbia)

Review by Bud Scoppa, Rolling Stone, May 1972

SOME PERFORMERS strain through prolonged public growing pains on their way to artistic maturity. Others simply appear with all their faculties fully intact. ...

The Axis of Delaney and Bonnie

Retrospective by Phil Mershon, Perfect Sound Forever, January 2004

TAKE TWO PARTS post-Blonde on Blonde neo-folkie sensibility, stir in one part Aretha Franklin Gospel spirit, sprinkle in a few pinches of an attitude that ...

see also Bonnie Bramlett

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