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The Raspberries: Raspberries

Review by Metal Mike Saunders, Rolling Stone, July 1972

RASPBERRIES opens with the finest burst of lightweight English rock I've heard all year, a raunchy 16-bar guitar intro, and followed by a verse that ...

Raspberries: Starting Over

Review by Ron Ross, Phonograph Record, September 1974

IT'S A TEEN-CLUB midsummer Saturday night at Papa Joe'sParlour-pizza, pinball, pretzels, and pop-available without I.D. Raspberries, with no fewer than three Top Forty hits in ...

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The Raspberries: Fresh (Capitol)

Review by Greg Shaw, Phonograph Record, July 1972

I ALWAYS HELD that the next revitalization of pop music would be heralded by a resurgence of interest in the mid-'60's, but I couldn't have ...

The Raspberries: Fresh

Review by Metal Mike Saunders, Rolling Stone, July 1972

IT STARTS OFF with that unforgettable drum fill from 'Loco-Motion', now over a decade old, and then right into the opening chords from 'One Fine ...

The Story of the Raspberries

Interview by Metal Mike Saunders, Phonograph Record, October 1972

"I couldn’t say what I wanted to say till she whispered 'I Love You', so please, baby, go all the way..." ...

The Raspberries: Fresh (Capitol)

Review by Mark Shipper, Phonograph Record, December 1972

THEY'RE A monument to youthful exuberance, a triumph of pure adolescent joyousness over post-teen disillusionment, and maybe just the last straw it's gonna take to ...

The Raspberries: Side Three

Review by Ben Edmonds, Phonograph Record, 1973

MENTION THE RASPBERRIES, and right away you're caught in a crossfire. In one corner are those (a few over-zealous rock critics and enough real kids ...

The Raspberries: Fresh

Review by Metal Mike Saunders, Creem, February 1973

IT STARTS off with that unforgettable drum fill from ‘Loco-Motion’, now over a decade old, and then right into the opening chords from ‘One Fine ...

The Raspberries: Side Three (Capitol)

Review by Greg Shaw, Phonograph Record, October 1973

THEY SAY the third album is the crucial one for any group, and it’s particularly true for the Raspberries. Their first was good, but not ...

The Raspberries: Side 3

Review by Metal Mike Saunders, Rolling Stone, October 1973

SINCE THEIR last time out, the Raspberries must have heard Blue Ash, or some vaguely threatening noises from the other side of Ohio, because a ...

The Raspberries: At Carnegie Hall, September 26, 1973

Live Review by Alan Betrock, Phonograph Record, November 1973

FOR THE RASPBERRIES, this night was something special. They had been waiting almost a decade to play in New York, and this was their debut ...

The Raspberries

Profile by Metal Mike Saunders, Biography for Capitol Records, 1974

YOU KNOW the group's story by now: how the Raspberries came out of nowhere in Summer 1972 to score with their million selling single, 'Go ...

Raspberries: Side 3

Review by Ben Edmonds, Creem, January 1974

MENTION THE RASPBERRIES, and right away you're caught in a crossfire. ...

The Raspberries: Starting Over (Capitol)

Review by Gene Sculatti, Zoo World, September 1974

MAYBE YOU had 'em pegged wrong, in the matching mod suits, Eric Carmen mincing like the late Paul McC with an Ohio accent. But hey, ...

The Raspberries: Starting Over

Review by Ken Barnes, Rolling Stone, October 1974

THE RASPBERRIES have at last realized their potential. They've clearly become the premier synthesizers of Sixties pop influences, extant. Even more importantly, the end results ...

The Raspberries - Starting Over

Review by Max Bell, NME, February 1975

I DON'T KNOW why but it always seems odd when American groups try to sound English, although the reverse is quite acceptable. ...

The Raspberries: Starting Over

Review by Andy Childs, ZigZag, March 1975

APPARENTLY UNKNOWN to most of the British pop press and record buyers alike, the Raspberries have made six highly successful singles (five of them made ...

The Raspberries: Starting Over

Review by Dave Marsh, Let It Rock, April 1975

A YEAR AGO, the Raspberries seemed like nothing so much as a prefabricated rock band in the tradition of the Monkees. ...

The Raspberries: Best Of The Raspberries (Capitol)

Review by Penny Valentine, Melody Maker, March 1979

THE ONE clever thing that Eric Carmen's earlier outfit did was to put Overnight Sensation out in the summer, the one time the record could ...

The Raspberries: Rebirth Of The Cool

Guide by Dave DiMartino, MOJO, November 2002

Who are they? The inspired combination of two of Cleveland's finest unsung rock bands of the late '60s – Cyrus Erie and The Choir – ...

Maxima Moralis: Relections from a Healing Mind – Cleveland, Independent Music, and the 1970s; Part 1

Essay by Michael Baker, Perfect Sound Forever, November 2004

In Memory of Robert Quine, Master of Beautiful Musical Expression, 12/30/1942 Akron, Ohio5/30/2004 NYC ...

The Raspberries: House of Blues, Los Angeles

Live Review by Bill Holdship, LA CityBeat, October 2005

IN 1972, NOTHING sounded quite like the Raspberries' 'Go All the Way' and 'I Wanna Be With You' when they came roaring out of mono ...

see also Eric Carmen

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