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Jimmy James & The Vagabonds


The Animals, Georgie Fame, the Who, the Yardbirds, Spencer Davis et al: Fifth National Jazz and Blues Festival, Richmond

Live Review by Richard Green, Record Mirror, August 1965


Walker Brothers, the Action, Jimmy James & the Vagabonds: Birdcage Club, Portsmouth

Live Review by Richard Green, Record Mirror, October 1965

THE GREAT LET DOWN or what happens when a top group don't turn up... ...

The Rolling Stones, Percy Sledge et al: The Week's New Singles

Review by Peter Jones, Record Mirror, May 1966

Plenty of tips, including a new Stones. Many follow-ups which aren't marvellous, and some outsiders, including Percy Sledge and Jimmy James and the Vagabonds ...

Sixth National Jazz and Blues Festival, Windsor: Jazz on a Summer's Weekend

Live Review by uncredited writer, Melody Maker, August 1966

A washout, but still swinging ...

The Beatles, Small Faces et al: New Singles

Review by Peter Jones, Norman Jopling, Record Mirror, August 1966

Wonderful new Beatles, and 2 versions of America's 'Napoleon' hit. Very good Small Faces & old Righteous Bros & Ike and Tina. Slower Nancy and ...

Sonny & Cher, Jimmy James & The Vagabonds: Astoria, Finsbury Park, London

Live Review by Keith Altham, New Musical Express, September 1966

Communication means everything for Sonny & Cher ...

Sonny & Cher, Jimmy James & the Vagabonds: Finsbury Park Astoria, London

Live Review by Alan Walsh, Melody Maker, September 1966

Sonny and Cher fail to communicate ...

Cream, Tim Hardin et al Album Reviews

Review by uncredited writer, Melody Maker, December 1966

Cream working to produce a great album ...

Desmond Dekker, Johnny Nash et al: Reggae Festival, Empire Pool, Wembley, London

Live Review by Charlie Gillett, Record Mirror, October 1969

Jamaica triumph ...

Dorothy Moore, Jimmy James & Vagabonds, Wild Honey: The Palladium, London

Live Review by Cliff White, New Musical Express, October 1976

IT'S 1 A.M. and I've just about survived a ludicrous Sunday, beginning at some ungodly hour I never knew existed and exercising patience I never ...

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