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Wishbone Ash: Ash's New Leaf

Interview by Chris Charlesworth, Melody Maker, February 1976

IT IS NOW ten months since Wishbone Ash packed up their troubles and settled in the USA, choosing a spot in Westport, Connecticut, that is ...

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Wishbone Ash: Colston Hall, Bristol

Live Review by James Johnson, Sounds, June 1971

THERE IS NO doubt about it, over the last six months Wishbone Ash have developed into one of the finest loud, fast, rock bands currently ...

Wishbone Ash: Pilgrimage

Review by Roy Hollingworth, Melody Maker, October 1971

WELL, AS you may have guessed, a lot of us have fallen in love with this little band, and there are a load of reasons ...

Wishbone Ash: A Surge of Greatness

Profile and Interview by Steve Turner, Beat Instrumental, December 1971

Wishbone may seem to have suddenly emerged as this year's brightest hope but as with all overnight success it's been a hard slog. The wrong ...

Lucky Breaks For Wishbone

Interview by Roy Hollingworth, Melody Maker, Fall 1971

JOHN PEEL: "I heard Wishbone Ash for the first time, and haven't been so impressed with a relatively new band for a long time. Their ...

Wishbone Ash: Argus

Review by Richard Cromelin, Rolling Stone, August 1972

OF THE SCADS of similarities between Wishbone Ash and Yes, the most trivial and accidental (and so most interesting) is the fact that both groups ...

Top of the Polls with Twin Guitars

Interview by Simon Frith, Let It Rock, May 1973

ROCK WRITERS have a thing about genealogy. I don’t know who’s fault it is but I’m always reading about second generation bands and third generation ...

Wishbone Ash

Interview by Steven Rosen, Guitar Player, June 1974

ANDY POWELL, TED TURNER, and Martin Turner form the front instrumental line of England’s Wishbone Ash, a quartet (rounded out with Steve Upton on drums) ...

Wishbone Ash: Return Of The Kings

Report and Interview by Barbara Charone, Sounds, October 1976

Inside this otherwise quiet house in sleepy Connecticut WISHBONE ASH toil to produce the album that will return them to favour with the critics and ...

Wishbone Ash: Phase 3 for Ash

Interview by Harry Doherty, Melody Maker, October 1976

After deserting their homeland to live in the States, they're back — but they've not been forgotten… ...

Wishbone Ash: New England

Review by Barbara Charone, Sounds, November 1976

EVEN IN their basement studio during the formulative stages of recording New England, this album sounded good. Rough mixes of the album sounded good in ...

Wishbone Ash: Fairfield Halls, Croydon

Live Review by Barbara Charone, Sounds, November 1976

"I SAW A band today that will give you guys a scare," someone told Andy Powell in the dressing room after a triumphant concert at ...

Wishbone Ash: New England (MCA)

Review by Harry Doherty, Melody Maker, November 1976

Andy Powell (guitars, mandolin and vocals), Laurie Wisefield (guitars and vocals), Martin Turner (bass and lead vocals), Steve Upton (drums). Recorded at Mart's Place, Laureledge, ...

Wishbone Ash: City Hall, Newcastle

Live Review by Chas de Whalley, Sounds, October 1977

WHATEVER YOUR tastes in music, there's one thing you can never argue about. Audience reaction. A hall full of standing rock fans, clapping their hands ...

Wishbone Ash: Empire Music Hall, Belfast

Live Review by Colin Harper, Independent, The, February 1998

THERE WAS A TIME, as schoolboys of certain vintage will doubtless recall, when knowing the line-up details of the more venerable British rock bands really ...

Wishbone Ash: Empire Music Hall, Belfast

Live Review by Colin Harper, Independent, The, February 1998

THERE WAS A TIME, as schoolboys of certain vintage will doubtless recall, when knowing the line-up details of the more venerable British rock bands really ...

A Tribute to Heroes! Ashbone U Wish do Wishbone Ash

Live Review by John Mendelsohn, Rock's Backpages, May 2002

I WILL NOT feign objectivity. When Wishbone Ash dissolved in 1977 because of the usual "creative differences" (Nigel and Steve wanted to be creative, while ...

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