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Pat Boone: Why I Became A Beatnik

Report and Interview by Alan Smith, New Musical Express, March 1962

PAT BOONE fans who saw last week's NME pictures of him at the Royal Film show won't see him looking so clean-cut in his latest ...

The Four Freshmen, Matt Monro, Jeri Southern, Danny Williams: The Four Freshmen, Jeri Southern, Matt Monro: Gaumont State, Kilburn, London

Live Review by Alan Smith, New Musical Express, March 1962

PLENTY OF TALENT IN THIS SHOW ...

Anthony Newley: I'm Worried About My Discs: I Still Need Hits admits Tony Newley

Interview by Alan Smith, New Musical Express, July 1962

ANTHONY NEWLEY smoothed out a crease in the trousers of his tuxedo suit, sipped from a large mug of Shepperton film studio tea and looked ...

Bobby Vinton Replies To Ronnie Carroll

Interview by Alan Smith, New Musical Express, September 1962

...and reveals a secret to ALAN SMITH ...

The Bachelors: 'Don't Call Us Paddy' Begged The Bachelors

Interview by Norman Jopling, Record Mirror, February 1963

"WHENEVER we talk to anyone they call us 'Paddy'," complained the three Bachelors. "We've got names you know." ...

Judy Garland: Judy Cried At Herself

Report and Interview by Alan Smith, New Musical Express, March 1963

"BRITAIN IS A home from home to me," said Judy Garland recently. "I remember my career was at a low ebb back in 1950 and ...

Andy Williams Explains Why He Didn't Do A Palladium TV

Interview by Alan Smith, New Musical Express, May 1963

ANDY WILLIAMS settled back into a deep armchair at London's Dorchester Hotel. "I couldn't appear on Sunday Night At The Palladium," he said, "because of ...

Nat King Cole: Welcome Back to Nat 'King' Cole

Profile by Ian Dove, New Musical Express, July 1963

INCREDIBLE — but in December, 1940, in a Hollywood recording studio, Nat "King" Cole made the first of many hit discs, 'Sweet Lorraine'. It is ...

Frank Ifield: Right Song!

Profile and Interview by David Griffiths, Record Mirror, August 1963

Frank Ifield had all the Star Qualities – Good Looks, Good Voice, Charm, etc., but it took him three years to hit the top, because ...

Mel Carter: Swingin' Mel Carter Setting New Goals

Interview by Louise Criscione, KRLA Beat, January 1966

WHEN HIS heart sings it really sings. His name is Mel Carter and he is one of the few remaining ballad singers who continues to ...

Herb Alpert: The Million Dollar Trumpet

Profile and Interview by Louise Criscione, KRLA Beat, March 1966

THEY SAY that in order to make a lasting name for yourself in the music business you've got to come up with something which is ...

Neil Diamond: A Look Inside A Rather 'Solitary Man'

Interview by Louise Criscione, KRLA Beat, June 1966

NEIL DIAMOND is real. And in the record business, that's unusual. In a world of phonies and "yes" men, a real person stands out like ...

Andy Williams, Arthur Lyman, Bert Kaempfert, Bob Dylan, Jackie Edwards, James Brown, Junior Walker & The Allstars, Marty Robbins, Norma Tanega, Otis Redding, The Righteous Brothers, Ruby & the Romantics, Wayne Newton: Bob Dylan, James Brown, Otis Redding et al: Album Reviews

Review by uncredited writer, Melody Maker, August 1966

Dylan rocks through 4 great sides ...

Chris Montez: Last Beatle Tour Believes Montez

Interview by Rochelle Reed, KRLA Beat, September 1966

CHRIS MONTEZ dropped by the office this week to say 'hello' and fill us in on where he's been keeping himself lately. ...

Neil Diamond's Searching for Tone

Interview by Louise Criscione, KRLA Beat, November 1966

THOSE WHO start young are more apt to make it since they've more time to profit from their errors. Such a person is Neil Diamond. ...

Kathy Kirby: Kathy And The Problems Of Being A Girl Singer

Interview by David Griffiths, Record Mirror, March 1967

KATHY KIRBY loves her work but it happens to be one of the commercial facts of life that a highly paid entertainer sometimes gets in ...

Harry Secombe: Hearty Harry Talks Of His First Big Hit...

Interview by David Griffiths, Record Mirror, April 1967

POOR OLD Harry Secombe! ...

Frank Sinatra, Nancy Sinatra: Nancy Sinatra: Nancy Sets The Record Straight About Frank

Interview by Alan Smith, New Musical Express, May 1967

"I had to drag dad bodily into the studios to record 'Stupid'." ...

Tom Jones: The Champagne World of Tom Jones

Profile and Interview by David Hughes, Disc and Music Echo, August 1967

'The doctor says champagne is good for the throat' ...

Bobby Darin: Hate to Ruin His Image, but He's Nice

Interview by Loraine Alterman, Detroit Free Press, November 1967

I REALLY hate to ruin anyone's reputation, but Bobby Darin just doesn't live up to his: During his years in show business, Bobby has often ...

Tom Jones: Copacabana, New York NY

Live Review by June Harris, New Musical Express, February 1968

Tom Jones took my advice! ...

Bobby Goldsboro: Before 'Honey' I Had Almost Given Up Hope, Says Bobby Goldsboro

Interview by Richard Green, New Musical Express, May 1968

HIT AFTER HIT has been written by Bobby Goldsboro, but for other people as far as Britain is concerned. His own songs have taken him ...

Barbra Streisand: Face To Face With The Funny Girl...

Report and Interview by Royston Eldridge, Melody Maker, January 1969

SHE SWEPT into her press reception at London's Dorchester Hotel like a queen. ...

The 5th Dimension: Love Keeps Us 5th Dimensions Together says Marilyn

Interview by Ann Moses, New Musical Express, February 1970

AT A PERIOD when groups come and go and musical moods change quickly, the lasting power and dependable good vibration sounds of the 5th Dimensions ...

Bread: Central London Polytechnic, London

Live Review by Roy Hollingworth, Melody Maker, September 1970

IT WOULD be totally unfair to deal harsh criticism on Bread's ludicrous first ever British appearance, at the Central London Polytechnic, on Friday night. Ludicrous, yes ...

The Carpenters: Right Song Saved The Carpenters

Interview by Ann Moses, New Musical Express, October 1970

TODAY THE Carpenters are soaring from requests to make in-person concerts and television appearances, and record fans are buying their discs like crazy! ...

Bread: Bread's Coming Of Age

Profile and Interview by Penny Valentine, Sounds, October 1970

IT HAS taken the amazing Bread over a year to 'break nationwide' – or for that matter to break anywhere on a really large scale. ...

Bread: Revolution Club, London

Live Review by Penny Valentine, Sounds, October 1970

AT THE end of Bread's London appearance at the Revolution club on Thursday night they were called back to do two encores and treated to ...

Neil Diamond: A Boy Who Outgrew His Hits

Interview by Phil Symes, Disc and Music Echo, March 1971

IT TOOK a long while but the U.K. public woke up one day and discovered Neil Diamond. And with 'Sweet Caroline' providing a quick follow-up ...

Tom Jones: Madison Square Garden, New York NY

Live Review by Mike Jahn, New York Times, The, June 1971

TOM JONES EXCELS IN GARDEN RECITAL ...

Shirley Bassey: State Of The World Means 'Kids' Can Now Relate To Me Says Shirley Bassey

Interview by Tony Stewart, New Musical Express, September 1971

UNEXPECTED, but marvellous – and Shirley Bassey puts down her latest recording success, 'For All We Know' down to a change of style, which she ...

John Denver: Rocky Mountain High

Review by Bud Scoppa, Rolling Stone, October 1972

THERE HE IS on the screen of your color TV: blond, bespectacled, and peach-faced – the sight of him makes you want to adjust the ...

Liberace: Magic Moments In Showbiz Schmaltzville

Report by Nick Kent, New Musical Express, November 1972

Mean teen NICK KENT (along with Abe and Ruby from Wisconsin and Tom and Ethel from Phoenix) meets LIBERACE ...

Blue Mink: Out of Preaching Bag

Profile and Interview by Keith Altham, New Musical Express, January 1973

UNTIL THE advent of Blue Mink and hits like the current 'Stay With Me' and 'Melting Pot' — which established them a couple of years ...

Olivia Newton John: Nights in White Satin

Interview by Ray Fox-Cumming, Disc and Music Echo, February 1973

SOME INTERVIEWEES need only to be given their head with a single question before sounding off about their whole life history and psyche, while the ...

Neil Diamond: Hot August Night (MCA)

Review by Gene Sculatti, Creem, March 1973

YEAH, IT IS pretty dismal. Yeah, there's a dearth of R&R and a wealth of vacuous pap for the most part. Yep, old ND has ...

Neil Sedaka

Profile and Interview by John Tobler, ZigZag, April 1973

How Neil Sedaka Added An Extra Chin And Sang His Own Songs Again ...

Harry Nilsson, Joel Grey: Harry Nilsson: A Little Touch Of Schmilsson In The Night (RCA); Joel Grey: Joel Grey Live! (Columbia)

Review by Loraine Alterman, New York Times, The, August 1973

Harry? He's Lost in the Woodwinds ...

Barry Manilow (1974)

Interview by Tom Graves, Rock's Backpages Audio, 1974

Interviewed by Kini Kedigh and Tom Graves just as he's starting to hit big, Manilow talks about his background in music, backing Bette Midler at the Continental Baths, and gives his opinions on just about everything under the sun.

File format: mp3; file size: 45.1mb, interview length: 49' 16" sound quality: *

Frank Sinatra: Palladium, London

Live Review by Philip Norman, Sunday Times, 1974

THE EMERGENCE of Frank Sinatra from retirement has become as regular a ceremony as when Lloyd George or Churchill used to be wheeled out on ...

The Carpenters

Report and Interview by Andrew Tyler, New Musical Express, February 1974

PEOPLE ARE always saying that the real modern age miracle is how you can fly London to Furt-frank and stand a penny on a table, ...

The Carpenters: Up From Downey

Profile and Interview by Tom Nolan, Rolling Stone, July 1974

KAREN CARPENTER, the solo singing half of a brother and sister musical duo that has sold over 25 million records world-wide, has classic "good looks" ...

Neil Diamond: Gold Diamond Vol. 2

Review by Chris Salewicz, New Musical Express, September 1974

ALTHOUGH IT'LL never get to the situation where the ramifications of his use of Room 109 are being discussed, the time is probably just about ...

Billy Joel - Piano Man

Review by Max Bell, New Musical Express, May 1975

THE GRAPEVINE WHISPERS Billy Joel is going to be a superstar. ...

Leo Sayer: Leo Raises His Glasses

Interview by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, May 1975

LITTLE Leo Sayer leaned across and asked with his usual charm and courtesy: "Have you got any matches?" A surprising request from a non-smoker, but ...

Cher, Tammy Wynette: Cher: Stars/Cher's Greatest Hits; Tammy Wynette: The Best Of Tammy Wynette

Review by Mick Farren, New Musical Express, June 1975

IN MANY WAYS Cher and Tammy Wynette make up the two facets of the Cosmopolitan philosophy, that candy coated version of feminism that seems to ...

Manhattan Transfer, Paul Anka: Paul Anka: Feelings/Manhattan Transfer: Manhattan Transfer

Review by Simon Frith, Let It Rock, September 1975

FIRST OF ALL there was that punky Canadian kid with the big voice and the tremor that even got to me ("Put your head on ...

Leo Sayer: Winter Gardens, Bournemouth

Live Review by Harry Doherty, Melody Maker, October 1975

LEO SAYER IS in danger of losing fans if he persists in forcing his personality on audiences, as he did when his British tour opened ...

Elton John: Rock Of The Westies

Review by Charles Shaar Murray, New Musical Express, October 1975

FACT: ELTON JOHN is one of the nicest people ever to touch ground while walking. ...

Frank Sinatra: Palladium, London

Live Review by Chris Salewicz, New Musical Express, November 1975

ENFORCED AUDIENCE IDENTIFICATION – that's what this "black tie" demand on the ticket is. Imagine reading "gauche gaucho" on Roxy tickets or "sequined jockstrap" on ...

James Last: Last of the MORicans

Report and Interview by Tony Stewart, New Musical Express, February 1976

Forget that Kaspar Hauser. JAMES LAST – or "Hansi" if you prefer – is the real Enigma of modern Germany. TONY STEWART investigates. ...

John Denver: Why I Made It

Interview by Chris Charlesworth, Melody Maker, March 1976

WITH THE SUNSHINE on his shoulders and the mountain water in his veins, John Denver is an enigma surrounded by moonbeams, a v friendly postman ...

John Denver: What's The Poor Guy Ever Done?

Comment by Mick Houghton, Sounds, April 1976

IT SEEMS as if you can't be complimentary about John Denver without adding some kickback remark to cover yourself. Take Grace Slick's reported comment a ...

John Denver: Palladium, London

Live Review by Chris Salewicz, New Musical Express, April 1976

WILL JOHN SWOOP down to the stage on the back of a pantomime Golden Eagle? Will his teeth be clean in time for the new ...

The 5th Dimension: The Times They Are A Changin'

Profile and Interview by David Nathan, Blues & Soul, June 1976

ALMOST SINCE their inception a decade ago, The Fifth Dimension have become almost a musical institution. Not necessarily one to everyone's taste because for the ...

Demis Roussos: Onassis Of Rock

Interview by Caroline Coon, Melody Maker, June 1976

TWENTY miles east of the Arc de Triomphe, across the Seine as it meanders north, and a fast drive through grimy Paris suburbs, there looms ...

Starland Vocal Band: Starry-eyed

Profile and Interview by Chris Charlesworth, Melody Maker, July 1976

NEW YORK: As each summer rolls by it brings with it an easily identifiable summer hit which is almost always a catchy vocal treatment of ...

Cliff Richard: Cliff Brings Good News To Belfast

Report and Interview by Harry Doherty, Melody Maker, October 1976

CLIFF RICHARD wasn't smuggled into Belfast on Saturday night in the back of a furniture van. Nor was his appearance marred by a background of ...

Leo Sayer: Endless Flight

Review by Cliff White, New Musical Express, December 1976

ALTHOUGH A lot of recorded music is impersonal (not necessarily a bad thing, it's quite possible to enjoy a record for its own sake without ...

Chris De Burgh: At The End Of A Perfect Day

Review by Phil Sutcliffe, Sounds, September 1977

YOU'D EXPECT sensitive singer-songwriters to be well-served by the quiet decorum of the studio where every nuance can be polished to perfection. But it doesn't ...

Harry Chapin: Dance Band On The Titanic

Review by Chas de Whalley, Sounds, October 1977

I REALLY can't make my mind up about this guy Harry Chapin. One one level he is totally crass and on another he is totally ...

Leo Sayer: The Palladium, London

Live Review by Tony Stewart, New Musical Express, October 1977

THE VERY idea of Leo Sayer trotting about the hallowed stage of the Palladium is enough to have him executed by any gang of rock ...

Kevin Coyne: Beautiful Extremes 1974-1977

Review by Peter Silverton, Sounds, February 1978

KEVIN COYNE is, make no mistake, a major artist. His 'product' might not 'ship' a million 'units' but in every other way he's the superior ...

Bryn Haworth, Gallagher & Lyle: Gallagher & Lyle, Bryn Haworth: City Hall, Sheffield

Live Review by Andy Gill, New Musical Express, March 1978

We used… to believe… in rock'n'roll ...

Leo Sayer: London

Live Review by Danny Baker, New Musical Express, October 1978

A NIGHT distinguished for me by the worst support set I've ever heard and the most tuchus-licking tolerant audience ever assembled in one Vaudeville room. ...

Neil Diamond: September Morn (CBS)

Review by Phil Sutcliffe, Sounds, February 1980

THAT SLIGHT tremor in his voice tells you that Neil Diamond is emotional and vulnerable. Those bass notes tell you he's manly and he can ...

Connie Francis: All-American Girl

Profile by Martin Hawkins, History of Rock, The, September 1982

LISTENING TODAY to many of the records Connie Francis made for MGM in the late Fifties and early Sixties it is difficult to see their ...

Billy Joel: The Nylon Curtain (Columbia)

Review by Richard Riegel, Creem, January 1983

REVENGE OF THE SUBURBS ...

Barry Manilow: Opium of the Missus

Essay by Barney Hoskyns, Marxism Today, April 1984

IF BARRY Manilow’s career is on the wane, you’d never have guessed it from last summer’s grandiose Concert At Blenheim Palace, when 40,000-odd pilgrims, preponderantly ...

Johnny Mathis: Play Misty For Me

Live Review by Penny Reel, New Musical Express, October 1984

JOHNNY MATHIS stands still long enough to move PENNY REEL at the Hammersmith Odeon. ...

ZZ Top: Wembley Arena, London

Live Review by Simon Witter, New Musical Express, November 1986

WHERE IS Tushmobile? On the basis of this show I'd guess it got lost somewhere in the mix. Lord knows I've waited to see ZZ ...

Bread

Retrospective by Michael Azerrad, Rolling Stone, August 1989

BREAD VIRTUALLY invented soft rock in the early Seventies, and the group's biggest hits – 'Make It With You', 'If', 'Baby I'm-a Want You' and ...

Liza Minnelli, Pet Shop Boys: Liza Minnelli: Results (Epic)

Review by Terry Staunton, New Musical Express, October 1989

THE LAST time Ms Minnelli did anything of note was at the start of the decade. Her portrayal of shoplifting Linda, the object of Dudley ...

Tony Bennett: Hi-De-Hi-Me To The Moon: Tony Bennett At Butlins

Report by Michael Gray, Daily Telegraph, December 1990

IT WAS AN ADVERT in a tabloid that caught my eye. "Lose Your Heart To Tony Bennett... Butlin's Super Weekend Break." Mesmerised, I read on: ...

Pat Boone: Boone In The USA

Profile and Interview by Jeff Tamarkin, Goldmine, February 1991

LET'S PLAY the numbers game. According to Joel Whitburn's Top Pop Singles 1955-1986, Pat Boone is the fifth highest-ranking artist in the history of the ...

Tom Jones: Who The Hell Does Tom Jones Think He Is?

Interview by Tom Hibbert, Q, March 1991

THE BIG-BONED "boyo" stands in the centre of the room engaged in an elaborate mime: he crouches as he runs his clenched fists down along ...

Frank Sinatra/Don Rickles: Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Uniondale, NY

Live Review by Richard Gehr, Spin, January 1994

"HE TOUCHES his dick more than Robin Williams does," mocked my wife as a tuxedoed Don Rickles lumbered around the square, center-court stage like a ...

Tony Bennett: Take the L Train

Interview by Chris Bourke, New Zealand Listener, April 1995

AUCKLAND HAD TWO music legends in town over Easter Weekend. While the Rolling Stones dazzled the Western Springs ampitheatre with millions of dollars of high ...

Burt Bacharach: Bacharach to the Future

Profile and Interview by Paul Lester, Melody Maker, October 1995

As grey-haired, 67-year-old composers go, Burt Bacharach is pretty f***ing cool. Paul Lester interviews the melodic inspiration behind Oasis, Stereolab and Pulp. ...

Bobby Darin: Beyond the Sea...Beyond the Music

Retrospective by Steve Roeser, Goldmine, October 1995

HE WAS born a year after Elvis, and died four years before Presley breathed his last. ...

The Carpenters: Interview with Richard Carpenter

Interview by Chris Ingham, MOJO, April 1996

For the grisly details of pill addiction, anorexia nervosa and blue velvet jackets, try Ray Coleman's book. Today, Richard Carpenter talks to Chris Ingham about ...

Sagittarius, The Millennium: Sagittarius: Present Tense; The Millennium: Begin

Review by Max Bell, Uncut, March 1998

TO GET THE full scope of these groundbreaking recordings, released within weeks of each other in the summer of '68, it's vital to know that ...

Frank Sinatra 1915-1998

Obituary by David Stubbs, Uncut, July 1998

IN A SENSE, Frank Sinatra represented a lie. Much as beneath Bing Crosby's ambling, indolent persona lay a pointedly less easy-going character, Sinatra was actually ...

Tony Bennett (1998)

Interview by David Stubbs, Rock's Backpages Audio, October 1998

The American Great (and daughter Antonia) talk about Radio City Music Hall, the Great American Songbook, his return to the spotlight, his family and Depression upbringing, and a whole lot more, whilst tasting the delights of Teodora's cuisine.

File format: mp3; file size: 57.4mb, interview length: 1h 02' 42" sound quality: ***

Celine Dion: Belt Up!

Report and Interview by David Sinclair, Q, December 1998

Yes, maam! Safety-conscious Celine Dion is the vowel-wobbling queen of candyfloss pop, and for 30 months she's sold one album every 1.2 seconds. David Sinclair ...

Beth Nielsen Chapman: The Lightness of Being Beth Nielsen Chapman

Interview by Debbie Kruger, Performing Songwriter, September 1999

WHAT STRIKES YOU first about Beth Nielsen Chapman, and then again repeatedly on further meetings, is her lightness. She is a woman who has been ...

The 5th Dimension, Jimmy Webb: Up Up and Away Jimmy Webb and The 5th Dimension

Retrospective and Interview by Bill DeYoung, Goldmine, September 1999

ONE OF the most respected songwriters of the modern era, Jimmy Webb was just 18 years old when he struck up a friendship with Marc ...

Jimmy Webb: Pizza on the Park, London ***

Live Review by Keith Cameron, Guardian, The, October 1999

WHEN THE Boo Radleys wrote a song called 'Jimmy Webb is God' they presumably weren't gripped by a vision of the Lord playing a gig ...

20 Classic Love Songs: Nuthin' But Love

Guide by Michael A. Gonzales, Amy Linden, Vibe, February 2000

Turn the lights down low, put the champagne on ice, and load your CD player with these modern romance classics ...

The Carpenters: Karen Carpenter

Retrospective by Stephen Dalton, Uncut, August 2000

KAREN CARPENTER possesses such iconic value now — feminist totem, camp death-cult, Prozac Nation suffragette — it is increasingly difficult to assess her unique musical ...

Robbie Williams: Royal Albert Hall, London

Live Review by Sheryl Garratt, Observer, The, October 2001

WHAT A SWELL party it was. Not being an opera fan, I don't often see 3,500 people in black tie and evening gowns. It's a ...

Pat Boone: Should Pat Boone be Inducted Into the R'n'R Hall of Fame?

Comment by Gary Pig Gold, Cosmik Debris, April 2002

SEEMS A simple, even innocent enough little inquiry, doesn't it? But I swear, seldom in all my quarter-century-plus of Piggery has one topic – one ...

Pat Boone: My Breakfast with Boone

Memoir by Gary Pig Gold, Cosmik Debris, June 2002

AS BIZARRE as even I still consider this lil' factoid to be, Yours Truly honestly did spend the majority of the Reagan administration touring Canada's ...

Pat Boone: The Literary Boone

Essay by Gary Pig Gold, Cosmik Debris, November 2002

[What follows is the concluding portion of our Pat Boone trifecta, part one being the infamous RnR Hall Of Fame Poll, which somehow led straight ...

MOR's Adventures in the Lands of Pop and Rock

Overview by Gene Sculatti, Scram, 2005

STAN CORNYN'S liner notes to Buddy's in a Brand New Bag, middle-of-the-road singer Buddy Greco's 1967 LP, tell it all: "Now the hip Mr. Greco ...

Bobby Darin: "And This Is Me"

Retrospective by Kieron Tyler, MOJO, March 2005

FROM '50S TEEN idol to '60s folk singer, Bobby Darin never stopped packing a handful of startling singing careers into 15 short, debauched years. Not ...

The 5th Dimension: Up, Up and Away/Magic Garden

Sleevenotes by Gene Sculatti, Collector's Choice Records, 2006

IT'S NO SECRET that time has a way of erasing details and leaving our memories with only the broadest contours of our shared experience. Most ...

Herb Alpert: Legends Of Songwriting: Herb Alpert...

Profile and Interview by Bill DeMain, Performing Songwriter, July 2007

...plus an interview with Dolores Erickson, the lady beneath the Whipped Cream ...

Glen Campbell, Tom Jones, Tony Christie: Crooners: The Second Coming

Overview by Jude Rogers, New Statesman, October 2008

Inspired by Johnny Cash with his ring of fire, a slew of ageing crooners are pursuing their desires ...

Tony Christie

Report and Interview by Johnny Black, Music Week, February 2011

IN HIS 50TH YEAR in the music business, Tony Christie is at the top of his game. ...

Tony Bennett: "Legalise drugs!"

Interview by Jude Rogers, Word, The, September 2011

Reformed doper, WW2 footsoldier, gilt-tonsilled balladeer — Tony Bennett takes a cable car to the top of Mount Wisdom ...

Tony Bennett: Palladium, London *****

Live Review by Jude Rogers, Guardian, The, October 2011

THIS IS HOW to do it. At 85, Tony Bennett scampers on to the Palladium stage in a perfectly pressed suit, a folded red hankie ...

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