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Loraine Alterman On Records: England's Exciting New Flavor: Fresh Cream

Review by Loraine Alterman, Detroit Free Press, April 1967

TO REACH Mecca in pop music means finding your own sound. Very few make it. Most groups fall down somewhere along the way. ...

Harpers Bizarre: The Best Of Harpers Bizarre

Review by Ian MacDonald, New Musical Express, August 1974

THE TRADITION of the American pop/soft-rock interpretative/performing outfit, apparent now in the Pointer Sisters and Three Dog Night, goes back into the '60s (and ultimately ...

Harpers Bizarre: Feelin’ Groovy

Sleevenotes by Gene Sculatti, Warner Bros. Records, 1997

"The object of A&R is to give people what they want to have, not what you think they might like to hear." Thus spoke a ...

Harpers Bizarre

Book Excerpt by Phil Hardy, Dave Laing, The Faber Companion to 20th-Century Popular Music, 2001

Ted Templeman, b. 24 October 1944; Eddie James, b. Santa Cruz, California; John Peterson, b. 8 January 1945, San Francisco; Dick Scoppettone, b. 5 July ...

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