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Carol Deck

Carol Deck

Carol Deck wrote extensively for the KRLA Beat from 1965 to 1967, then for Soul, an American biweekly rhythm and blues newspaper. From 1967 to 1973 she was responsible for all west coast coverage for Flip, a national teen magazine. She was also a ghost writer for several celebrity columns for British teen magazine Mirabelle.

List of articles in the library by artist

Frank Sinatra, Herb Alpert, James Brown, Roger Miller, Tom Jones: Stars Turn Out For Grammys: Standing Ovation For Herb Alpert

Report by Louise Criscione, Carol Deck, KRLA Beat, April 1966

HOLLYWOOD: In the finest tradition of glittering Hollywood premieres and openings, the Eighth Annual Grammy Awards were presented in the International Ballroom of the Beverly ...

The Animals, Blue Cheer, The Byrds, Canned Heat, The Chambers Brothers, Country Joe McDonald, Electric Flag, James Cotton, Jefferson Airplane, Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Sonny & Cher, Steppenwolf, Tiny Tim: The Newport Pop Festival: Two Days of Surprises, Flowers, Cream Pies... and Super Sounds!

Live Review by Carol Deck, Flip, December 1968

THE ONLY THING really wrong with the Newport Pop Festival held recently in Orange Country, Calif, was that it wasn't in Monterey. ...

Bobby Hebb: 'The Beatles Are An Oak Tree — Mighty'

Interview by Carol Deck, KRLA Beat, September 1966

"IT TAKES ALL kinds of trees to make a forest. And like the Beatles are an oak tree — tall and mighty. And maybe the ...

Lamont Dozier, The Supremes: Holland & Dozier: Motown's Money

Profile and Interview by Carol Deck, KRLA Beat, September 1966

THE SUPREMES strolled into the crowded club where the Temptations were playing and instantly everyone in the room knew they were there. ...

The Four Tops: Four Tops On The Four Tops

Interview by Carol Deck, KRLA Beat, October 1966

WHEN FOUR handsome young men from Detroit put out a record that immediately grabs everyone's attention, people soon want to know everything there is to ...

The Great Society: A Sloppy Great Society Offers Some Free Advice

Profile by Carol Deck, KRLA Beat, December 1965

THE GREAT Society is about to give out with some free advice, musical type free advice. ...

Jefferson Airplane: The Airplane Takes Off

Profile by Carol Deck, KRLA Beat, September 1966

IN THIS business you meet so many new groups that they all tend to fade into one long line of starving but hopeful musicians and ...

The Monkees: A Very Personal Day With The Monkees!

Report by Carol Deck, Flip, August 1968


Van Morrison: "I Can't Mix – My Problem"

Profile and Interview by Carol Deck, KRLA Beat, December 1967

VAN MORRISON is hunting for himself. ...

Smokey Robinson & The Miracles: Class and Soul Spell Success For Miracles

Profile and Interview by Carol Deck, KRLA Beat, December 1965

WHEN THE Miracles are performing in a club you don't eat. You don't drink. You don't even think. You just feel. ...

Staff Sergeant Barry Sadler: Barry Sadler Sings Of War Without Protest

Profile by Carol Deck, KRLA Beat, February 1966

ON THE POP charts right now are songs by attractive young men and women about love and the loss of it, about silence and stomachs ...

Simon & Garfunkel: Simon And Garfunkel Selling Intellectualism

Comment by Carol Deck, KRLA Beat, December 1966

INTELLECTUALISM has always been an underground movement in America. It is something that the majority of people view as just a fad — like swallowing ...

The Mojo Men: Mojo Men Seek New Gold Rush

Profile by Carol Deck, KRLA Beat, November 1965

THEY CAME from New York and Florida like pioneers heading West and now they are seeking their place in the scene. ...

Them: The Intense and Mysterious Them

Profile by Carol Deck, KRLA Beat, June 1966

THEM ARE more than just an awkward name to fit grammatically into a sentence. ...

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