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Lenny Kravitz: Come in, sit down, skin up…

Profile and Interview by Mat Snow, Q, March 1993

Enter, why don't you, Lenny Kravitz's psychedelically appointed freak pad, where herbular smells prevail, outdoor footwear is outlawed and co-habitees number willowy blondes and cantankerous ...

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Lenny Kravitz (1990)

Interview by Barney Hoskyns, Rock's Backpages Audio, May 1990

Lenny on being away from home, his family background, the truth about the '60s copyist accusations, Prince, his band, and his Romeo Blue persona

File format: mp3; in 2 parts, total file sizes: 45.2meg, total interview length: 49' 21" sound quality: ***

ARTICLES IN LIBRARY

Lenny Kravitz: Let Love Rule

Review by Mat Snow, Q, December 1989

AS DEBUT LP titles go, Introducing The Hardline According To Terence Trent D'Arby is a mouthful, but a memorable mouthful. ...

Lenny Kravitz: Fancy Seeing You Here!

Interview by Robert Sandall, Q, April 1991

"OH MAN, people are always hitting me with this retro thing. And they're all missing the point. A lot of bands now are being psychedelic ...

Lenny Kravitz: Lenny Be Me

Interview by Bruce Dessau, Vox, April 1991

Lenny Kravitz doesn't want an image. It's music that matters. He'd rather be in a studio and miserable than outside having fun. Bruce Dessau tracked ...

Lenny Kravitz: Mama Said

Review by Phil Sutcliffe, Q, May 1991

LAST YEAR'S HANDS-DOWN winner in the specialist category of best debut album by a dreadlocked Russo-Jewish Bahamian-American, Lenny Kravitz has since gone global, being taken ...

Jellyfish: Spilt Milk/Lenny Kravitz: Are You Gonna Go My Way (Virgin)

Review by Eric Weisbard, Spin, April 1993

"DO YOU like Queen?" asks my editor. "I hope not." ...

Lenny Kravitz's Freedom Train

Report and Interview by Simon Witter, Sky, December 1993

Lenny Kravitz's Universal Love Tour is coming your way. So are iguanas, ritual white sage burning and Spodie the Plant Dancer. Simon Witter catches the ...

Lenny Kravitz: Circus

Review by Mark Kemp, Rolling Stone, September 1995

IN THE TITLE TRACK of Lenny Kravitz's new album, the singer struggles with the dictates of reality that come to bear on fantasy. "Welcome to ...

Lenny Kravitz's Record Collection

Interview by Robert Sandall, Q, November 1995

LENNY KRAVITZ'S record collection is, mostly, in his new house in New Orleans, not far from the pair of Jimi Hendrix's purple flares which he ...

Flower Of Power: Lenny Kravitz's 5

Review by Miles Marshall Lewis, LA Weekly, June 1998

'ROUND MIDNIGHT on December 20, 1989, at The World in downtown Manhattan's Alphabet City, Terence Trent D'Arby trooped back onstage to perform an obligatory encore ...

Lenny Kravitz: 'Don't Call Me A Sex Symbol'

Interview by Precious Williams, Evening Standard, The, November 2000

LENNY KRAVITZ is late. His "people" (a personal chef, band manager, tour manager, personal manager, publicists, fixers, press officers and assorted attractive but apparently purposeless ...

A Man Called Sex

Live Review by Richard English, Rock's Backpages, June 2002

Lenny Kravitz: Wembley Arena, 17th June ...

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