Wendy and Lisa
Interview by Barney Hoskyns, Rock's Backpages Audio, July 1987
The Girl Bros. talk about their time as part of Prince's Revolution, and their then-new career as recording artists in their own right.
File format: mp3; file size: 28.6mb; Interview length: 31' 15"; sound quality: **
ARTICLES IN LIBRARY
Interview by Barney Hoskyns, Vogue, 1987
WENDY Melvoin and Lisa Coleman go back a long way. Years before they were members of Prince's group, The Revolution, they were growing up as ...
Interview by Paul Mathur, Melody Maker, August 1987
WENDY & LISA USED TO BE PART OF PRINCE'S REVOLUTION. NOW THEY'RE STORMING THE BARRICADES WITH A SOLO CAREER. PURPLE RAIN OR JUST A DAMP ...
Live Review by Chris Roberts, Melody Maker, May 1989
WOMEN IN unison. A glaring gaggle. A terrifying prospect. Wasn't it in fact Dorothy Parker, theoretically one of their own, who wrote, "I hate women. ...
Review by Michael Azerrad, Rolling Stone, June 1989
ON THEIR 1987 debut album, Wendy Melvoin and Lisa Coleman seemed to be bending over backward not to sound like Prince, whose band they had ...
Retrospective and Interview by Marc Weingarten, MOJO, February 1997
Outside the studio he was reticent. Inside he became the most ambitious, audacious auteur of the '80s. Marc Weingarten talks to his key collaborators to ...
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