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Gilbert O'Sullivan

Gilbert O'Sullivan


Working Class Hero: Gilbert O'Sullivan

Profile and Interview by Michael Watts, Melody Maker, October 1971

WHOEVER WOULD have thought it? Gordon Mills, manager of Tom and Engel, those popular, polished professionals, taking a shine to an odd young Irishman whose ...

Gilbert O'Sullivan: Himself

Review by John Mendelsohn, Rolling Stone, February 1972

DON'T BE MISLED: however extraordinary Gilbert O'Sullivan may look in his imbecile haircut, knickers, and other things Thirties Irish schoolboy, he sounds sufficiently like your ...

Gilbert O'Sullivan: Gaumont, Ipswich and Royal Festival Hall, London

Live Review by Tony Stewart, New Musical Express, June 1973

Big G and the Scream Machine ...

Gilbert O'Sullivan: I'm A Writer, Not A Fighter

Review by Tony Stewart, New Musical Express, October 1973

ANYONE WHO IS a regular reader of this paper will be aware that in the past I've criticised Gilbert O'Sullivan quite strongly, and yet I've ...

Gilbert O'Sullivan: Avery Fisher Hall, NYC

Live Review by Lenny Kaye, Rolling Stone, October 1973

"TO GILBERT," READ the note attached to a plastic baby elephant presented by a squealing child fan in the front rows: "I think you're cute." ...

see also Roger Daltrey

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