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Glad Day For Sade

Profile and Interview by Lesley White, Face, The, April 1984

Sophisticated jazz, Silk Cut and Jersey. That's Sade Adu. The girl can't help it. The torches have been lit. Profile Lesley White ...

Sade: Royal Festival Hall, London

Live Review by Max Bell, Times, The, August 1984

SADE IS CURRENTLY the hottest new voice in town. Her Diamond Life album has been highly praised and her jazz diva's image, allied to a ...

Sade: Educating Sade

Interview by Richard Cook, New Musical Express, August 1984

FOR THE way she sang words and music, the way she interposed herself in the lyric, the way she could swing a line and stay ...

Sade: The Jewel In The Crown

Interview by Colin Irwin, Melody Maker, December 1984

An unlikely star and a reluctant one, but SADE ADU is the most successful female artist of the year. The life and times of a ...

Sade: Sophisticated Lady

Profile and Interview by Charles Shaar Murray, Rolling Stone, May 1985

Sade's elegant look and cool sound have made her pop music's most stylish female star ...

Sade: International Centre, Harrogate

Live Review by William Shaw, Smash Hits, December 1985

SADE ADU may have a most entrancing set of vocal chords and a face to match, but somehow this evening never really got off the ...

Sade Lady

Interview by Mick Brown, Vanity Fair, April 1988

THERE IS NO finer art in pop music than that of knowing when to disappear. ...

Sade: America The Hard Way

Report and Interview by Robert Sandall, Q, December 1988

Hers was the face that graced a thousand magazine covers, the sound that became a fashion accessory, the image that seemed to encapsulate effortless video-age ...

Sade: Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles

Live Review by David Nathan, Blues & Soul, March 1993

THEY CAME, they saw, they conquered! Hot on the heels of the two million US sales for Love Deluxe, their latest album, UK group Sade ...

Habitual: Sade: The Best Of (Epic) ****

Review by Mark Cooper, Q, November 1994

When will Britain wake up to Sade? ...

Strangely Sad Sadeā€¦ Sade: Lovers Rock (Epic)

Review by Rick McGrath, Culture Court, January 2001

IT'S BEEN eight long ones since Helen Folasade Adu had a new CD languorously slithering up the charts, but like Steely Dan and a host ...

Sade Emerges From Her Country Retreat

Interview by Robert Sandall, Times, The, January 2010

She's Britain's most successful female solo artist but has remained a glamorous enigma — until now. Sade emerges from her country retreat to tell how ...

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