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Jeff Beck, Ten Years After, Kiki Dee, Denny Laine: Has Jeff Recorded a Yuccchhh Ballad?

Report and Interview by Derek Boltwood, Record Mirror, March 1968

THERE'S A great song around at the moment — a song that was number one in the U.S. charts. A song that's been recorded by ...

Kiki Dee

Interview by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, December 1973

NOTHING IS more satisfying for a successful artist than helping the less fortunate. Elton John has had his chance to set matters aright for at ...

Kiki Dee: Kooky Over Kiki

Interview by Barbara Charone, NME, July 1974

ALL THE New York City rockers had come down to the Bottom Line to check out Rocket Records' latest entry, Kiki Dee. Elton John and ...

Kiki Dee: The Life Story Of A Hot Girl

Interview by Bob Woffinden, NME, October 1974

I'LL SHOOT you a few names. Dusty Springfield – okay on that one? Susan Maughan – yeah? Then how about The Caravelles? Louise Cordet? Ethna ...

Kiki Dee: Rocketing Along With Elton

Interview by Barbara Charone, Rolling Stone, November 1974

CHICAGO – The crowds gathering in 32 American cities over 44 dates between September 25th and December 3rd are there to see Elton John – ...

Kiki Dee: I've Got the Music in Me

Review by Bud Scoppa, Phonograph Record, December 1974

In producer Gus Dudgeon and tourmate Elton John, Kiki Dee has the backing of the most successful team in Seventies pop music. If Elton and ...

Kiki Dee: I've Got Music in Me

Review by Bob Woffinden, NME, January 1975

THIS ALBUM RIDES out with a crescendo of powerful, robust rock, as the band and Kiki pull out all the stops. The song in question, ...

Kiki: Got The Music

Interview by Caroline Coon, Melody Maker, February 1975

Kiki Dee, sitting in the ritzy bar of the Hotel Metropol in Monte Carlo, is looking thoughtfully at the clinking ice cubes which she is ...

Kiki Dee: More Than Opening For Elton

Profile and Interview by Michael Gross, Crawdaddy!, March 1975

NEW YORK – The first time Kiki Dee came to New York City, she was showcased by her newest record company, Rocket Records, at the ...

Kiki Dee at Drury Lane

Live Review by Bob Woffinden, NME, March 1975

THIS WAS THE one that mattered for the Kiki Dee Band, and they made sure it counted. ...

A Question of Survival: Rock'n'Roll Women

Overview by Penny Valentine, Street Life, March 1976

THE NUMBER of women working in British music is pitifully small. You can count them on one hand. Why? ...

Queen: Hyde Park, London

Live Review by Harry Doherty, Melody Maker, September 1976

AT LAST, the Seventies have arrived, and in majestic style, when, at London's Hyde Park on Saturday, Queen, born of this decade's rock generation, played ...

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