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Various Artists: Seventh National Jazz And Blues Festival, Windsor

Live Review by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, August 1967

I've got those Seventh National Jazz And Blues Festival blues ...

1968 The Year Of The Nice

Profile and Interview by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, July 1968

NICE ARE now one of Britain's top groups, ranking with Cream and Jimi Hendrix's Experience. And as Cream aren't working and are on the edge ...

NME Reporters Cover the Weekend's Major Event — the Eighth National Jazz and Blues Festival

Live Review by Keith Altham, Richard Green, NME, August 1968


The Nice: Bernstein Is Peeved

Profile and Interview by Peter Jones, Record Mirror, August 1968


The Nice: Will Nice Get Lost Among The Commuters?

Interview by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, March 1969

WILL BRITAIN'S heaviest group, the Nice, conquer America? After the Cream and Jimi Hendrix, the Nice must be our most spectacular band and well in ...

The Nice: Two Thirds Nice

Interview by Miles, International Times, April 1969

This interview is transcribed from a tape recorded conversation done at my house in Westminster. It has been edited for grammer and coherence only. Lee ...

The Nice: Ars Longa Vita Brevis (Immediate)

Review by John Mendelsohn, Rolling Stone, June 1969

WHAT MAY HAVE turned potential Nice freaks off last year was the group's decision to precede their ritual cataclysm 'Rondo' with a set that consisted ...

Led Zeppelin, John Mayall, The Nice et al: Bath Festival, Shepton Mallet, Somerset

Live Review by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, July 1969

A ZEPPELIN attacked the City of Bath on Saturday, and gassed 120,000. Airship Com­mander Jimmy Page kept the most fearsome dirigible in pro­gressive blues aloft ...

The Nice, Blodwyn Pig, Ten Years After: Bath Festival, Somerset

Live Review by Richard Green, NME, July 1969


The Nice: Ars Longa Vita Brevis (Immediate)

Review by Loyd Grossman, Fusion, July 1969

ARS LONGA Vita Brevis is an incredibly good album, probably one of the best to have been released in the last few years; certainly one of ...

The Nice: Nice Work If You Can Get It

Profile by Mark Williams, Rolling Stone, July 1969

THE NICE are the most successful British group to have achieved fame without a single in the top ten. The future is surer for them, ...

The Nice: Nice (Immediate)

Review by Mark Williams, International Times, August 1969

THE NICE just keep escalating from strength to strength, their reputation solidifying as their incorporation of classical phraseology (sometimes admittedly borrowed wholesale) becomes even more ...

Bob Dylan et al: Isle of Wight Festival

Live Review by Richard Green, NME, September 1969

200,000 roar approval including John, George, Ringo and wives! But Dylan didn't quite sink Isle of Wight, reports Richard Green ...

The Nice: Nice

Review by Loyd Grossman, Fusion, October 1969

THE NICE are one of the few different groups on today’s pop scene, centering their music around the keyboard work of Keith Emerson. They use ...

The Nice: Coalition Music

Interview by Keith Altham, Fusion, March 1970

The Nice are perhaps one of the most controversial groups on the pop music scene today. Praised by many for relieving us from the excesses ...

Emerson Lake & Palmer: Here Comes Another Orgasmic Peak

Interview by Penny Valentine, Sounds, October 1970

KEITH EMERSON is, to say the least, very upset at the release of old Nice tapes currently flooding the market. ...

see also Emerson Lake And Palmer

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