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The Outlaws: Outlaws

Review by Ken Barnes, Phonograph Record, July 1974

GOOD NEW rock & roll bands, without frills, excesses, or hyphenated stylistic cross-pollenizations are getting scarcer all the time. That's why discovering the Outlaws is ...

The Outlaws - The Outlaws

Review by Max Bell, New Musical Express, November 1975

CLIVE DAVIS COULD sell Chesty Morgan a subscription to Mark Eden. Consider previous adventures of his with Copperhead and the Rowan Brothers, two acts who ...

The Who: Who-ray!

Report by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, June 1976

"Will the people on the lighting tower please get-off because it's very dangerous and we are afraid that tower might go" – Nicky Horne, Capital ...

The Outlaws: Outlaw Country

Interview by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, June 1976

TELL US, O beefy cowboy with a stetson drawn over the eyes and a bottle of Jack Daniels old time malt liquor grasped between the ...

The Outlaws: Dixie Chickens

Interview by Barbara Charone, Sounds, June 1976

CHARLIE WHITNEY sat on the Outlaws football club dressing room incessantly raving about their guitarist Hughie Thomason. "It ain't fair," Whitney said slightly intoxicated and ...

Little Feat/The Outlaws: Hammersmith Odeon, London

Live Review by Max Bell, New Musical Express, June 1976

THE OUTLAWS ARE really pretty much your standard ranch stash. Three lead guitars primed to shit-kicking yee-ha, mighty purty 'n' all but lame beneath the ...

The Outlaws: Southernly Last Summer...

Interview by Miles, New Musical Express, July 1976

I'M SITTING in a dressing room at Celtic Park football ground. In the distance the Glasgow crowd is rootin' for Alex Harvey, but as the ...

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