Fatback Band, The
Interview by Simon Witter, Rock's Backpages Audio, 1985
NYC's favourites talk about the genesis of the band, releasing THE first rap record, 'King Tim III', and how the band have survived and thrived with the funk.
File format: mp3; file size: 23mb; Interview length: 25' 09"; sound quality: ***
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Review by Bob Fisher, NME, September 1975
"MY NAME is Yum Yum, Gimme some!" ...
Interview by Vivien Goldman, Sounds, March 1976
"WHEN WE get a groove we hate to quit!" shouted out Bill Curtis. His voice carried over inexorable waves of sound, cookin', stampin', and gettin' ...
Live Review by John Swenson, Sounds, March 1976
YOU WON'T find a better textbook example of what's gone wrong with R&B over the past few years. Ticket prices, scaled from $10.00 down, were ...
Interview by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, October 1976
For their new Night Fever album, the band have concentrated on what the fans seem to like most – happy up 'n' dancin' music. John ...
Interview by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, January 1978
John Abbey talks to Bill Curtis about the band that's not strictly a 'band' anymore ...
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