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The Week's New Singles: Beach Boys, 5th Dimension, Vanilla Fudge, Moby Grape, Aretha Franklin

Review by Nick Jones, Melody Maker, August 1967

Fresh Beach Boys for the summer months ...

Vanilla Fudge: Vanilla Fudge

Review by Norman Jopling, Record Mirror, September 1967

Vanilla Fudge LP – even more dramatic than the hit single ...

Traffic, Vanilla Fudge, Tomorrow, The Flowerpot Men: Finsbury Park Astoria, London

Live Review by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, October 1967

IT WAS AN explosive opening night For the Traffic-Tomorrow-Fudge tour at London's Finsbury Park Astoria on Wednesday of last week. The Fudge came off the ...

Vanilla Fudge: Fudge Slow Down To Hang On To Success

Interview by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, October 1967

JIMI HENDRIX slowed down 'Hey Joe', previously always recorded as an all-out tear-up, and came up with a giant hit. Then Vanilla Fudge slowed down ...

The Who, Vanilla Fudge: Saville Theatre, London

Live Review by Derek Boltwood, Record Mirror, October 1967

OH MY GOODNESS yes. It was definitely an ear-splitting, mind-blowing, supersonic-sounding sensation at the Saville last Sunday. ...

Elvis Presley, Aretha Franklin et al: Album Reviews

Review by uncredited writer, Melody Maker, April 1969

Both sides of the great Elvis Presley, orchestral pop from the Brothers Ryan ...

The Rolling Stones, Plastic Ono Band et al: New Singles

Review by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, July 1969

ROLLING STONES: 'Honky Tonk Women'/'You Can't Always Get What You Want' (Decca). An important single for the Stones, but a disappointment for us . ...

Tim Bogert — Vanilla Fudge Bass

Interview by Jim Delehant, Hit Parader, September 1969

HP: What kind of equipment do you play? ...

You Can't Make Heroes Out Of Guys In Black Leather Jackets, They Told George 'Shadow' Morton. He Did...

Interview by Lenny Kaye, Melody Maker, March 1974

Part two of the Shadow Morton story by Lenny Kaye ...

Vanilla Fudge: From Pizza to Fudge

Interview by Charles Shaar Murray, New Musical Express, September 1974

SO WHAT did happen to Beck, Bogert and Appice?Well, the mean moody and magnificent one is being mean, moody and magnificent in various studios and ...

Box Of Frogs: Bench Strength/Rod Stewart: Camouflage/Vanilla Fudge: Mystery

Review by Mitchell Cohen, Creem, October 1984

IT'S BEEN ONE Old Timers Day after another for Hall of Fame axe-handler Jeff Beck over the past year or so. ...

see also Beck, Bogert and Appice

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