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Judee Sill: Judee Sill (Asylum)

Review by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, 1971

JUDEE SILL IS one of those breed of American girls who’ve taken to singing who one supposes were previously engaged in quietly knitting at home ...

America, Judee Sill: Royal Festival Hall, London

Live Review by James Johnson, New Musical Express, March 1972

America — simply so successful ...

Judee Sill: Lunch And Judee

Interview by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, March 1972

SHE HAS JUST been discoursing on her past activities as lerpatologist when her attention was distracted. "That's the same man who was lying on the ...

A Sill-y Story: Judee Sill

Interview by Rosalind Russell, Disc and Music Echo, April 1972

JUDEE SILL is quite a remarkable woman. When you consider her past it becomes apparent just how remarkable. She lost both her parents and her ...

Judee Sill

Interview by James Johnson, New Musical Express, April 1972

ACCORDING to Judee Sill: "Out of the mud grows a lotus". In other words something beautiful comes from something unpleasant. The phrase applies well to ...

Judee Sill: Heart Food

Review by Sandy Robertson, Sounds, April 1978

"AN EXORCISM of low-riding smack-shooting ghosts" was how Rolling Stone described Judee Sill's life, in issue 106/April '72 it was. Interestingly enough, that same issue ...

Heart Food and Dark Peace: Judee Sill

Retrospective by Barney Hoskyns, Observer, The, December 2004

This is an expanded version of "The Lost Child", published in The Observer Music Monthly. ...

Judee Sill: Spirited Away

Retrospective by Mick Houghton, Uncut, April 2005

UNTIL RECENTLY, Judee Sill and her two Asylum albums were all but forgotten. Her story is so tragic as to be nearly unbelievable, the antithesis ...

The Stars That Fame Forgot: Judee Sill

Retrospective by Barney Hoskyns, Uncut, July 2006

LA's doomed lady of the canyon who lost her genius to drugs ...

Judee Sill: The Disappearing Crayon Angel

Retrospective by Graham Reid, elsewhere.co.nz, October 2009

THERE SEEMS to be an alarming number of women musicians written out of popular culture: Doris Troy, Minnie Ripperton, Laura Nyro, Judy Henske, Mireille Mathieu, ...

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