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Kate and Anna McGarrigle: Kate and Anna McGarrigle (Warner Brothers)

Review by Miles, New Musical Express, March 1976

"THERE’S A song of Kate McGarrigle’s, which Maria Muldaur sang on her first LP, called ‘Work Song’, which is about all the old songs that ...

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Kate & Anna McGarrigle: Sisters In Song

Interview by Jerry Gilbert, Sounds, April 1976

UNTIL DEMAND forced them to issue that classic Maria Muldaur album two years ago Warner Bros. had always shown a marked reluctance to promote its ...

Kate & Anna McGarrigle: Victoria Palace, London

Live Review by Bob Woffinden, New Musical Express, July 1976

And yet more folksiness as Kate & Anna McGarrigle BLITZ OVER LONDON ...

Kate And Anna McGarrigle: Kiss Me Till My Mouth Gets Numb

Interview by Miles, New Musical Express, July 1976

The harrowing tale of two sisters who narrowly missed getting typecast as nuns when their real thing is foolin’ around in bathrooms... Seriously though, we ...

Kate & Anna McGarrigle: Dancer With Bruised Knees (Warner Bros.)

Review by Bob Woffinden, New Musical Express, February 1977

THE DIFFICULTIES of following an album not simply outstanding but universally acclaimed as such are only too apparent. Even a demonstrably first-class work could not ...

Kate & Anna McGarrigle: Dancer With Bruises

Interview by Bob Woffinden, New Musical Express, April 1977

THERE ARE three sisters altogether. Jane, the eldest, who sometimes plays organ on her sisters' records, lives a happily married life in California, and the ...

The Stubborn McGarrigles' Folk Music Keeps On Shining

Retrospective and Interview by Steven R Rosen, Denver Post, February 1997

LIFE IS SHORT with few guarantees. But here's one – Kate and Anna McGarrigle will always make wonderful folk music. If only they weren't so ...

Kate McGarrigle: obituary

Obituary by Tony Russell, Guardian, The, January 2010

Folk singer and songwriter at the heart of an innovative music-making family ...

see also Loudon Wainwright III

see also Martha Wainwright

see also Rufus Wainwright

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