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Melody Maker Band Breakdown: Van der Graaf Generator

Report and Interview by Roy Hollingworth, Melody Maker, May 1971

If it's Thursday, it must be Ormskirk ...

Van Der Graaf Generator: The Generator Are Staying Very Content On The Continent

Interview by Keith Altham, Record Mirror, May 1971

PERHAPS THE most obvious band of our times are Van der Graaf Generator who without any publicity hype – hit single or ballyhoo – have ...

Van Der Graaf Generator: In and Out of The Box

Interview by Andrew Tyler, NME, June 1975

INTROSPECTION. THAT'S WHY your face is on the floor and you're listening... doo dee dum doo. The French are good at it. French rock crowds ...

Van Der Graaf Generator: Whatever Would Robert Have Said?

Retrospective and Interview by Andy Childs, ZigZag, February 1976

"BAND OF A MILLION YEARS," proclaims the decidedly Teutonic-looking poster that is being used to herald the reincarnation of Van Der Graaf Generator. Quite what ...

Van Der Graaf Generator: The Agony and the Ecstasy

Report by Geoff Barton, Sounds, November 1976

ON THE ROAD WITH VAN DER GRAAF ...

Van Der Graaf Generator: Where Are They Now?

Profile by Martin Aston, Q, September 1990

VAN DER GRAAF Generator, one or Britain's vaunted bands from the progressive era known for their unusual sax/organ front line. "Can you try and dig ...

Peter Hammill: Heart Attack Music

Profile and Interview by Nick Hasted, Independent, The, June 2004

When Peter Hammill collapsed in the street with a sudden heart attack last year, it didn't make the papers. The one-time singer of the group ...

Van Der Graaf Generator: Royal Festival Hall, London

Live Review by Nick Hasted, Independent, The, May 2005

WHEN THE FOUR core members of this almost-forgotten prog-rock band start a gig for the first time in 29 years, a joyous roar bounces round ...

see also Peter Hammill

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