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Suzi Quatro: Suzi Quatro

Review by Robot A. Hull, Creem, May 1974

SUZI QUATRO is a real cutie, rootie tootie, not sweet hog honey like Linda Ronstadt but a tight roller derby queen with juice and enuf ...

Oh, Suzi Q!!

Retrospective by Tom Hibbert, History of Rock, The, 1983

How Quatrophenia conquered the UK "SUZI QUATRO MADE A WELCOME CHANGE from the wimpy, folksy girls who were rock’s only other female representatives at ...

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This Is Suzi Quatro. She's Heavy

Interview by Tony Stewart, New Musical Express, June 1973

ON THE HORIZON of Charles Street, London, or more precisely in the RAK Record Company offices, is a Star. Her name is Suzi Quatro. Five ...

Suzi Quatro

Interview by Tony Stewart, New Musical Express, June 1973

"KING EDWARDS are a really heavy smoke," the publicist is saying, "but Manikins and things like that are all right". The advice is aimed at ...

Suzi Quatro : You Don't Have To Be A Dyke…

Interview by Charles Shaar Murray, New Musical Express, October 1973

I FIRST ran into Suzi Quatro late last year. She was a nice, bouncy little American chick who played bass, wrote songs, was forming a ...

Suzi Quatro: Quatro Lib

Interview by Charles Shaar Murray, New Musical Express, October 1973

"WE GOT a great new single comin' out," says Suzi Quatro from the depths of a rather predatory-looking brown armchair in Mickie Most's office at ...

Suzi Quatro: The Girl in the Gang

Report and Interview by Philip Norman, Sunday Times, 1974

A SEPARATE dressing-room had been provided upstairs, but Suzi Quatro preferred to use the same one as her band. It was large, clean, grey and ...

Suzi Quatro: Suzi Quatro

Review by Alan Betrock, Phonograph Record, March 1974

IT'S HAPPENED BEFORE — little known American rockers going over to England to be "discovered", and returning to their homeland as superstars. The most obvious ...

Suzi Quatro: Suzi Quatro

Review by Greg Shaw, Rolling Stone, June 1974

WHILE AMERICAN AUDIENCES continue to boogie as though it were still 1968, London has been overrun by pop maniacs, raising the ghost of Carnaby Street ...

Suzi Quatro & Olivia Newton-John: Dolly Mixture

Interview by Caroline Coon, Melody Maker, July 1974

'What's ladylike?' asks Suzi Quatro. Olivia Newton-John should know – she was amazed in America when the audience ignored that she was wearing jeans on ...

Suzi Quatro In America

Interview by Richard Cromelin, Phonograph Record, August 1974

SUZI QUATRO was thrown out of kindergarten, she never had a birthday party, and she used to steal money from a coin box in the ...

Suzi Quatro in England

Profile by Simon Frith, Phonograph Record, August 1974

"Just ’cause I’ve got a couple of buns in front don’t mean I can’t play rock’n’roll." ...

Suzi Quatro, Queen of Pop

Profile by Greg Shaw, Phonograph Record, August 1974

I was sitting in my den, as I often do, playing records and making notes for an article, when something clicked unexpectedly in my mind. ...

Suzi Quatro: The Teen Queen Of Europe Comes Home

Profile and Interview by Michael Gross, Circus, August 1974

IN 1971 SHE'D been nowhere – a local bandleader in Detroit who was more a spectacle than a musician. Then she left America. When Suzi ...

Suzi Quatro: Quatro

Review by Ken Barnes, Phonograph Record, September 1974

ALTHOUGH SUZI QUATRO exploded in Britain and to an extent in the States with all the sociomusical force of a full-fledged phenomenon, album No. 2 ...

Suzi Quatro: A Nice Pair — Pop's Top

Interview by Keith Altham, Music Scene, September 1974

Keith Altham asked Suzi Quatro, a ballsy woman with a bass guitar and Britain’s first lady of rock, a series of questions about her life ...

Suzi Quatro: Elvis as Virgin Queen

Interview by Jaan Uhelszki, Creem, November 1974

"I STILL USE laundromats, and one day I was walking to one carrying a bag of laundry. I had a hat on and sunglasses because ...

Suzi Quatro: Poker Queen of Hearts

Interview by Rosalind Russell, Disc and Music Echo, November 1974

Rosalind Russell busts in on Suzi Quatro and discovers the games she likes to play ...

Suzi Quatro: Quatro

Review by Richard Cromelin, Creem, December 1974

THERE JUST MIGHT be something to what a British popster said recently – that Suzi is third-priority on the Chinn-Chapman song-machine, so Sweet get the ...

Suzi Quatro: For Your Information, She Happens To Be A Lady

Interview by Charles Shaar Murray, New Musical Express, January 1975

"ALISTAIR...CAN YOU go through your solo again and count exactly how many bars you need for it?" ...

Suzi Quatro: Your Momma Won't Like It

Interview by Karl Dallas, Melody Maker, January 1975

...but black leather isn't all there is to Suzi Quatro explains KARL DALLAS ...

Suzi Quatro: Your Mama Won't Like Me

Review by John Mendelsohn, Phonograph Record, April 1975

THERE'S NOTHING like a new Suzi Quatro album to knock one's hormonal balance all out of whack. Were there but the most nebulous suggestion of ...

Suzi Quatro: Aggrophobia (RAK)

Review by Charles Shaar Murray, New Musical Express, January 1977

FOUR AND A HALF YEARS since Suzi Quatro scored jackpot and replay with 'Can The Can', and it's only now that she's made an album ...

The Glitter Era: Teenage Rampage

Overview by Ken Barnes, Bomp!, March 1978

JUST THREE YEARS gone and it already seems so quaint. The time was c. 1971-1974, the place England, the sound "glitter," or "Glitter Rock." ...

Mike Chapman: Producer

Interview by Harold Bronson, New York Rocker, September 1978

PRODUCER MIKE Chapman, once removed from his baronial digs in the hillier regions of Beverly Hills and ensconced in the recording studio, sheds his bemused ...

Chinn & Chapman: Ballroom Blitz & Hearts of Glass

Interview by Harry Doherty, Melody Maker, March 1979

Mike Chapman began with Mud and Sweet, disappeared when glitter-rock went cold, and came back to make the new wave palatable for America with the ...

Chinn and Chapman

Book Excerpt by John Tobler, Stuart Grundy, 'The Record Producers', 1982

THE YEARS BETWEEN 1971 and 1975 were tucked between psychedelia on the one hand and punk rock on the other, and while they featured country ...

Suzi Quatro/Judge Dread/Mungo Jerry/Les McKeown's '70s Bay City Rollers/The Rubettes: Town & Country Club, London

Live Review by Keith Cameron, New Musical Express, April 1992

MAYBE IT'S for the best that Marc Bolan didn't take that bend as well as he'd have liked back in '77. Otherwise we might now ...

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