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Kirsty MacColl

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Kirsty MacColl (1990)

Interview by Ira Robbins, Rock's Backpages Audio, April 1990

The much-missed singer-songwriter talks about, well, everything: her love of collaboration and those she has worked with; her family; the UK Poll Tax riots and politics; the epiphany of 'Good Vibrations' and so much more.

File format: mp3; file size: 70.8mb, interview length: 1h 17' 16" sound quality: ****

ARTICLES IN LIBRARY

Kirsty MacColl: Double Lives

Profile and Interview by Paul Sexton, Record Mirror, July 1979

SOMEWHERE IN BETWEEN the hype and the hit, when the noise has died down before it lives again, there's a spell of anticipation when the ...

Kirsty MacColl: A Chip Off The Old Block

Interview by Ian Birch, Smash Hits, June 1981

"DON'T ASK A lot of questions about me Dad!" pleads Kirsty MacColl, flicking back the glorious swathe of hair dotted with tell-tale Red Indian braids. ...

Kirsty MacColl: 20-Track Record

Interview by Phil Sutcliffe, Q, May 1989

Kirsty MacColl is much in demand as the single-handed supplier of "Beach Boys" backing vocals to the discerning megastar. Now, with a bold and characterful ...

Kirsty MacColl: Kirsty In Control

Interview by Mark Cooper, Daily Telegraph, June 1991

Mark Cooper watches as Kirsty MacColl reluctantly prepares to meet the world ...

Kirsty MacColl

Interview by Erik Himmelsbach, Los Angeles Reader, November 1993

ALTHOUGH I liked punk when I was growing up, my real adolescent obsession was with women who went pop. From Lene Lovich and Blondie to ...

Kirsty MacColl: Raging Against the Machine

Interview by Paul Sexton, Times, The, February 1994

There are many ways to describe Kirsty MacColl, but "female singer-songwriter" is not one of them, she tells Paul Sexton ...

Kirsty MacColl

Profile and Interview by Mark Paytress, Record Collector, March 1994

KIRSTY MACCOLL first came to prominence as a solo artist during the early 80s, scoring Top 20 hits with 'There's a Guy Works Down The ...

Pillar To Post

Interview by Rob Steen, MOJO, April 1994

A TIP. DON'T TELL KIRSTY MACCOLL SHE IS OUR FINEST FEMALE songwriter. Not even if you are besotted with Titanic Days, her latest and greatest ...

Kirsty MacColl: Pussy Galore

Profile and Interview by Pete Paphides, Time Out, March 1995

IT'S BEEN a long ascent for Kirsty MacColl. Over 15 years, she's toiled away unassumingly in pursuit of that elusive beast, the perfect pop song. ...

Kirsty MacColl: They Don't Know (Yet)

Discography by Dave Thompson, Goldmine, September 1996

SHE'S BEEN AROUND for such a long time now, she admits she's a part of the furniture, "part of the rock 'n' roll consciousness." ...

Kirsty MacColl

Discography by Jason Cohen, Stereophile, Summer 2001

WHEN IRS RECORDS gave Kirsty MacColl the best-of-treatment in 1995, the CD booklet overflowed with praise from famous fans and comrades. ...

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