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Simply Red: Hammersmith Odeon

Live Review by Barney Hoskyns, NME, 1984

IT HAS to be said that this plumpish, carrot-mopped bloke stomping around like a kid in a playpen hardly looks the part of STAR. And ...

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Interview by Len Brown, NME, February 1986

SCENES OF decay and destruction: cracked streets, derelict warehouses, disused railways, a forsaken synagogue and – cloaked by walls of racist graffiti – the burnt-out ...

Punk in Manchester: Oh, How We Laughed

Essay by Paul Morley, NME, February 1986

BE OFF with you! Little Red, it is said, is not happy at the hollow allegations that suggest he has 'sold out' by leaping from ...

24 Carrot Soul

Interview by Phil Sutcliffe, Q, November 1995

Still red — politically, tonsorially and Simply — the alleged panther-like Mick Hucknall is teetering on the brink of another globe-goosing success with the follow-up ...

Simply Red: Life (East West)

Review by Andy Gill, Q, November 1995

MICK HUCKNALL has barely put a foot wrong over the past six years, since A New Flame set new, impeccable standards for Brit-soul back in ...

Mick Hucknall

Interview by Ben Thompson, Independent on Sunday, December 1995

Given that Lemmy of Motorhead's father was a priest, it makes a crazy kind of sense that Mick Hucknall's dad should have been a barber ...

Simply Red: Have You Got A Bit Of Manchester In You?

Interview by Adrian Deevoy, Q, June 1998

And if not, would you like some? Beware, ladies, for it is Mick Hucknall, humbled by heartbreak but still hopping on like a russet-headed horny ...

Mick Hucknall Goes Indie

Profile and Interview by Sheryl Garratt, Word, The, July 2003

NOW HERE'S A sentence I never thought I'd write. I have seen the future of music – and its name is Mick Hucknall. Yes, Mick ...

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