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James Gang, The

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The James Gang

Interview by Penny Valentine, Sounds, October 1970

PETE TOWNSHEND, who usually has an eye and an ear for the musically arresting and is no man to argue with, could be said to ...

Little Richard Takes El's Advice

Report by David Dalton, Rolling Stone, March 1971

CLEVELAND – "I'm going to tell Elvis what you did for me, hear?" Richard whispers to the stewardess as she leans over to deposit two ...

The James Gang: Thirds

Review by John Mendelsohn, Rolling Stone, July 1971

By no exertion of the imagination are James Gang the greatest rock and roll band ever to walk the face of the earth or anything ...

Home James: The James Gang

Report and Interview by Roy Hollingworth, Melody Maker, August 1971

IT'S USUAL procedure to interview Americans as they come into the country – not as they're going out. ...

The James Gang: Straight Shooter

Review by Jaan Uhelszki, Creem, July 1972

"Hey Jesse, Jesse, I wuz jus' down at Molly's Tavern and Johnny Clay was tellin' me 'bout this band of desperados a-callin' themselves after us! ...

The James Gang: The Best of the James Gang (Probe)/Steppenwolf: The Best of Steppenwolf (Probe)

Review by Mick Gold, Let It Rock, June 1973

A DIFFICULT ONE to start with: who created the Mid-West Sound? Bet you don’t know. Bet you didn’t know there was a Mid-West Sound. Well, ...

Joe Walsh: Rock Master

Profile and Interview by Steven Rosen, Guitar Player, June 1975

JOE WALSH plays with the grace of George Harrison and the vehemence of Pete Townshend, a combination which earmarked his playing as lead guitarist of ...

see also Domenic Troiano

see also Joe Walsh

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