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Bill Harry

Bill Harry founded the legendary Mersey Beat and later worked as a press officer for acts such as Led Zeppelin.

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Bonzo Dog Band: The Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band: The Bonzo's Humanoid Machines

Profile and Interview by Bill Harry, Record Mirror, November 1967

THE HUGE starship from Alpha Centuri entered the Solar System and Computer XII directed it to the third planet from the sun. The expedition scanned ...

Don Covay: Quotes by Don Covay

Profile and Interview by Bill Harry, Record Mirror, January 1967

DON COVAY burst on the music scene as a singer in the U.S. in 1964 with a self-penned smash hit called 'Mercy Mercy'. As a ...

The Easybeats; Two In A Row?

Interview by Bill Harry, Record Mirror, February 1967

A peep into the studio where The Easybeats are cutting the follow-up to 'Friday On My Mind' ...

Otis Redding, Wilson Pickett: Atlantic '67

Report and Interview by Bill Harry, Record Mirror, December 1966

FRANK FENTER is a tall, tanned, talkative South African who has a way of expression with his hands that would do credit to an Italian. ...

The Rascals: The Young Rascals' Peace Tour...

Interview by Bill Harry, Record Mirror, October 1967

HAD A CALL from Felix Cavaliere, organist with The Young Rascals during his recent short visit here. He told me: "I'm only here for forty-eight ...

Cat Stevens: A Different Cat

Interview by Bill Harry, Record Mirror, October 1967

AT THE moment Cat Stevens could no doubt walk around the West End for hours and not be recognised. Not that he doesn't have a ...

The Yardbirds: Bill Harry's Pop Talk: The Yardbirds

Interview by Bill Harry, Record Mirror, May 1967

KEITH RELF, Chris Dreja and Jimmy Page are quite angry about the continuous, almost hysterical attacks the pop world has been receiving from all directions ...

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