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New Singles from the Rolling Stones, Otis Redding et al

Review by uncredited writer, Melody Maker, January 1967

Stones old firm back in strength ...

The Animals, Canned Heat and Guess Who albums

Review by Dave Marsh, Creem, March 1971

The Animals With Eric Burdon: In The Beginning (Wand) Canned Heat: Live At Topanga Corral (Wand) Guess Who: Shakin' All Over (Scepter) ...

The Moody Blues: In The Beginning/The Guess Who: Sown and Grown in Canada

Review by Greg Shaw, Rolling Stone, April 1971

THESE TWO ALBUMS have quite a bit in common; both consist of early material released now to cash in on the popularity of the groups ...

Guess Who: They Don't Know What We Look Like

Interview by Harold Bronson, UCLA Daily Bruin, April 1971

"Rolling Stone is a biased paper.""They're full of shit.""Erroneous information." ...

The Guess Who: The Best of The Guess Who

Review by Lenny Kaye, Rolling Stone, June 1971

THE GUESS WHO, despite their good intentions, have never seemed like natural candidates for superstardom. With a collective personality that could be described as lumpy ...

Randy Bachman: Guess Who's Back Pages

Interview by Jim Esposito, Zoo World, February 1974

UNDERSTANDABLY, Bachman-Turner Overdrive is the first band ever to challenge the Guess Who's sovereign supremacy on their own Canadian turf, because, more than any other ...

The Guess Who: The Best of The Guess Who, Vol. II

Review by Gene Sculatti, Phonograph Record, March 1974

HE PLAYS PIANO as well as Nicky Hopkins Jerry Lee, When he sang 'Running Bear' he sounded like a cross between the late great Jimboy ...

The Guess Who: Road Food

Review by Ken Barnes, Rolling Stone, June 1974

DISMISSED by snobbish critics as a clockwork singles machine, the Guess Who have continued selling albums and filling concert halls even after the hits stopped ...

Guess Who's a smash!

Profile and Interview by Harvey Kubernik, Melody Maker, December 1974

"I WANTED to buy some records, so I went collecting for UNICEF on Halloween and took the money," recalls the 26-year-old lead singer for the ...

The Guess Who

Profile and Interview by Gene Sculatti, Creem, February 1975

"I'll kill your kid sister,I'll murder your dadI'll rip the lashes off your eyes,I'll slaughter all your cattle,And I'll burn your cropsIf you're dancin' with ...

The Guess Who: Power in the Music

Review by Gene Sculatti, Creem, October 1975

RIGHT OFF THE BAT, the one thing you can say for Power in the Music is that it is everything last year's predecessor Flavours wasn't, ...

Burton Cummings, Legitimate

Profile and Interview by Ken Barnes, Phonograph Record, December 1976

VANCOUVER – For perhaps the fifth time in 20 minutes, the phone in Burton Cummings' Vancouver hotel suite rings, cutting the artist off in mid-answer. ...

Ten Canadian Records You Shouldn’t Live Without

Guide by Gary Pig Gold, Cosmik Debris, April 2001

CULTURALLY, CANADA is without a doubt one of the most diverse nations on the planet, and with its record stores awash since the 1950's in ...

see also Bachman Turner Overdrive

see also Burton Cummings

see also Domenic Troiano

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