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Cream, The Electric Prunes, Steppenwolf: Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Los Angeles CA

Live Review by Tony Leigh, KRLA Beat, March 1968

SANTA MONICA — The audience was a show in themselves. Long satin dresses, ringlet curls, rahja jackets and brightly colored blouses dominated the scene. For ...

The Newport Pop Festival: Two Days of Surprises, Flowers, Cream Pies... and Super Sounds!

Live Review by Carol Deck, Flip, December 1968

THE ONLY THING really wrong with the Newport Pop Festival held recently in Orange Country, Calif, was that it wasn't in Monterey. ...

Steppenwolf: John Kay #1

Interview by Jacoba Atlas, Hullabaloo, January 1969

JOHN KAY, lead singer and songwriter of the fast-emerging Steppenwolf, wears dark glasses and has been called by one pop reviewer the logical alternative for ...

Steppenwolf: John Kay #2

Interview by Jacoba Atlas, Hullabaloo, February 1969

ATHOUGH HERMANN Hesse could never have imagined him, Steppenwolf's John Kay is fast becoming a culture hero via printed words (his own, naturally). Here, Kay, ...

Steppenwolf: John Kay #3

Interview by Jacoba Atlas, Circus, March 1969

Part Three of the interview with Steppenwolf's John Kay. ...

Steppenwolf, Family: The Lyceum, London

Live Review by Tony Norman, Top Pops, October 1969

THE SUNDAY Lyceum scene is developing very well. The show there this week featured Steppenwolf and Family. The place was packed, proving that there is ...

Steppenwolf: On Politics and Pop

Interview by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, July 1970

FOR YEARS popular rhythm artists have expressed often in fairly heated fashion, or occasionally with affected languor, political opinions. ...

Steppenwolf: For Ladies Only

Review by Bud Scoppa, Rolling Stone, December 1971

STEPPENWOLF IS LIKE the football club that always wins more than it loses, and perennially finishes second or third in its conference – something like ...

The James Gang: The Best of the James Gang (Probe)/Steppenwolf: The Best of Steppenwolf (Probe)

Review by Mick Gold, Let It Rock, June 1973

A DIFFICULT ONE to start with: who created the Mid-West Sound? Bet you don’t know. Bet you didn’t know there was a Mid-West Sound. Well, ...

Steppenwolf Howls Back From Oblivion On Slow Flux

Report and Interview by Steven Rosen, Circus Raves, November 1974

"IT JUST ISN'T fun anymore." With those cursory words on Saint Valentine's Day, 1972, John Kaye and the other members of Steppenwolf parted company – ...

Steppenwolf: Slow Flux

Review by Robot A. Hull, Creem, December 1974

THE FIRST STEPPENWOLF album sounded great on cassette. Best part was on 'Sookie, Sookie' when John Kay told the chick to let it hang out ...

The Long Road Of John Kay and Steppenwolf

Retrospective and Interview by Steve Roeser, Goldmine, August 1997

IT IS GETTING tougher and tougher to recall, much less try and relive, those days of the late 1960s when FM radio was new and ...

see also John Kay

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