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Soul, Man: The New "Black Folk"

Overview by Vernon Gibbs, Crawdaddy!, April 1975

ALL THROUGH the '60s, Booker T. and the MGs were one of the genuine oddities of soul. ...

Terry Callier's Poetry In Music

Interview by David Nathan, Blues & Soul, August 1979

Terry Callier is currently reaping the rewards of his considerable talents. But, save for a series of telephone calls from Elektra Records, it might have ...

Look At Me Now: The Return Of Terry Callier

Profile and Interview by James Maycock, Independent, The, February 1998

DEFINING THE "soul" part of soul music is a tricky issue – it's one of the bigger questions. The music's intangible qualities are often the ...

Terry Callier: TimePeace (Talkin' Loud) ****

Review and Interview by Angus Batey, Vox, March 1998

Long-lost singer-songwriter's classy comeback ...

Terry Callier: An Interview

Interview by Angus Batey, Times, The, April 2002

IT'S JUST another rainy night in April, and the Green Mill, a bar on Chicago's north side, is hosting its regular Monday resident. Opening with ...

Terry Callier: The Jazz Cafe, London

Live Review by Angus Batey, Guardian, The, March 2008

ABOUT 40 MINUTES into this riveting performance, Terry Callier cuts to the chase. "We've talked about so much stuff now," he says with a shrug, ...

Terry Callier

Obituary by Adam Sweeting, Guardian, The, October 2012

FROM HIS BEGINNINGS in jazz, folk and soul music onwards, the singer and guitarist Terry Callier, who has died aged 67 after suffering from throat ...

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