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The Kursaal Flyers: Today Central Poly – Tomorrow The World?

Report by Max Bell, New Musical Express, February 1975

"I'VE ONLY GOT the five shirts, so I just take 'em off and leave them to dry. It's no good washing them too much, they ...

The Kursaal Flyers - Chocs Away

Review by Charles Shaar Murray, New Musical Express, August 1975

THE KURSAAL FLYERS' entry into the Wonderful World Of Wax is neat, tidy, restrained, unobtrusive, and extremely well-behaved, more like a third album than a ...

The Kursaal Flyers: Kingston Polytechnic, London

Live Review by Chas de Whalley, New Musical Express, October 1975

THIS WEEK THE Kursaal Flyers waved a fond farewell to the London pubs with two rip-roaring nights at the Newlands in Peckham, and now the ...

The Kursaal Flyers: Chocs Away

Review by Andy Childs, ZigZag, December 1975

IT ALWAYS happens that whenever the loose ensemble of people who contribute to ZigZag, and their friends, associates, chauffeurs and bodyguards get together for one ...

The Kursaal Flyers: Brunel University, London

Live Review by John Tobler, New Musical Express, January 1976

THE ONLY REASON I KNOW for the Kursaal Flyers not to be as popular as sliced bread is that their first album was so badly ...

Kursaal Flyers: Surely This Band Is Too Young To Die?

Profile and Interview by Chas de Whalley, New Musical Express, February 1976

PAUL SHUTTLEWORTH'S Secret Ambition is to become a member of Equity, the Actors' Union. "Trouble is though," he told me, "You can't just pay your ...

Kokomo/Kursaal Flyers: Guildford

Live Review by John Tobler, New Musical Express, February 1976

A VERY strange billing, Kokomo as support to the Kursaal Flyers. Now that seems to say something about relative popularity and the length of time ...

The Kursaal Flyers: The Great Artiste (UK) ****

Review by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, February 1976

THE KURSAALS have always had a way with visuals and image – Paul Shuttleworth's background in commercial art no doubt. Just check the ad for ...

Kursaal Flyers: Coming In On A Wing And A Prayer

Report and Interview by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, March 1976

IT'S AMAZING the difference a moustache makes. ...

The Kursaal Flyers: The Great Artiste

Review by John Tobler, New Musical Express, April 1976

I'VE BEEN PLAYING this album to the exclusion of all else over the last couple of weeks: it comes as something of a shock to ...

The Kursaal Flyers/Crazy Cavan/Clash: Roundhouse, London

Live Review by Chas de Whalley, Sounds, September 1976

JOE STRUMMER'S Clash--the best new band of the year? Well, some would claim as much. At least you can guarantee that any band ...

Kursaal Flyers: Golden Mile

Review by Chas de Whalley, Sounds, October 1976

A NEW Kursaal Flyers album, eh?On their night the Kursaal Flyers are one of the most entertaining rock bands in the country, with their tacky ...

The Kursaal Flyers: Kingston Polytechnic, London

Live Review by Chas de Whalley, Sounds, October 1976

ALL ABOARD, boys and girls. It's time for the Kursaal Flyers works outing. First stop Cheltenham and now here we are at Kingston where you'll ...

The Kursaal Flyers: Sarfend, Sarfend, It's A Hell Of A Town…

Report and Interview by Chris Salewicz, New Musical Express, December 1976

The smell of coins and oil and penny arcades; of fish 'n' chips; of salt and wave against pebble and promenade; of wide boys and ...

The Kursaal Flyers, John Otway And Wild Willy Barrett: The Marquee, London

Live Review by Chas de Whalley, Sounds, May 1977

ONE THING about the Kursaal Flyers...they never do things by halves. ...

The Kursaal Flyers: Five Live Kursaals

Review by Chas de Whalley, Sounds, September 1977

IT ALL boils down to what you think of the Kursaal Flyers really, doesn't it? Me, I fell in love with them the first time ...

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