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Stealers Wheel: Stealers Wheel

Review by Simon Frith, Let It Rock, February 1973

Gerry Rafferty is a lunk. He put together a fine group, cut a lovely album and then split. It's the most lunatic thing since Dave ...

Stealers Wheel: Stealers Wheel

Review by Bud Scoppa, Rolling Stone, May 1973

YOU'VE PROBABLY discovered by now that ‘Stuck in the Middle with You’, the single you thought was the best Dylan record since 1966, is actually ...

Stealers Wheel: Wheel Of Fortune

Profile and Interview by Rob Partridge, Melody Maker, January 1974

JOE EGAN used to be in a band called the Mavericks. Nothing much, just a young band from Paisley, a tough industrial town on the ...

Stealers Wheel: Ferguslie Park

Review by Harold Bronson, Rolling Stone, January 1974

WITH FERGUSLIE PARK, Gerry Rafferty and Joe Egan are back as Stealers Wheel. Considering that the duo is unencumbered by the band's former members (with ...

Stealers Wheel

Comment by Dave Laing, Let It Rock, May 1975

THEY STARTED a bit more than three years ago as a sort of supergroup of Scottish songwriters, and for the next couple of years changed ...

The Gerry Rafferty Interview

Interview by Jerry Gilbert, ZigZag, December 1975

GERRY RAFFERTY rarely comes up in interviews, seldom works on the road and is in London even less often. And yet when it comes to ...

see also Gerry Rafferty

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