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The Stylistics

Profile and Interview by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, June 1972

IN THE past year or so, we have been blessed with more genuine talent acceptance for our music and those who make it than at ...

The Stylistics: The Sound Of Sweet Soul

Profile and Interview by David Nathan, Blues & Soul, November 1972

PERHAPS ONE of the most significant 'happenings' this year has been the much-deserved chart success of the sweet-soul-sounding Stylistics who have undoubtedly been hailed as ...

Stylistics: Who Has The Talent?

Report and Interview by Roger St. Pierre, NME, November 1972

IN THIS technological age it's sometimes said producers and arrangers are more important than artists. ...

The Stylistics

Interview by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, May 1973

IT REALLY wasn't such a surprise to B&S readers that the Stylistics' first album should come out as top album in the annual B&S Poll. ...

The Stylistics: Sing, Baby, Sing!

Profile and Interview by Colin Irwin, Melody Maker, August 1975

ABUSE COMES too easily. The Stylistics are the masters of sweet soul, the kings of lush sentiment, and the lords of overstated romance. Even their ...

Stylistics: 'Chitlins In A Basket' Special

Live Review by Cliff White, NME, April 1976

Stylistics/Brook Benton/Three Degrees: The Palladium, London ...

Stylistics Plead Guilty To Recent Lack Of Direction

Interview by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, October 1977

The guys feel they have been out of tune with the market for a while now but they are planning steps to get their career ...

The Stylistics: Back 'In Fashion'

Profile and Interview by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, September 1978

In Fashion just happens to be the title of the group's debut album for the Mercury label and it looks like giving them their biggest ...

The Stylistics: Style Wars

Interview by David Toop, Black Echoes, August 1985

DAVID TOOP talks to the world's greatest soft soul harmony group – THE STYLISTICS ...

In Praise of the Falsetto

Essay by Barney Hoskyns, Independent, The, November 1995

The castrato may be dead, if temporarily exhumed in the film Farinelli, but men continue to sing like women. Barney Hoskyns reaches for the high ...

Sweet Soul Symphonics: Thom Bell and the Stylistics

Retrospective by Barney Hoskyns, Rock's Backpages, November 2007

THE STYLISTICS were a permanent fixture on the British pop charts of the early '70s. Every tenth record that came out of my tinny transistor ...

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