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Chrissie Hynde

Chrissie Hynde

Before she formed the Pretenders and became one of rock's definitive female icons, Chrissie wrote for NME and other music mags of the '70s.

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Tim Buckley: How a Hippie Hero became a sultry Sex Object...

Interview by Chrissie Hynde, NME, June 1974

...and had a simply devastating effect on the glands of a certain Chrissie Hynd [sic]. ...

David Cassidy: Terminal Fandom

Report and Interview by Chrissie Hynde, NME, June 1974

IN "FREE" ADULTS, mass frustration breeds war. In "free" teenagers, mass frustration breeds rock phenomena. ...

Brian Eno: Everything You'd Rather Not Know About Eno

Interview by Chrissie Hynde, NME, February 1974

IT WAS WITH a certain apprehensive curiosity that I first noticed the brown lace-up shoes. He displayed a normalcy that I just couldn't trust. After ...

Gram Parsons: Grievous Angel (Reprise import)

Review by Chrissie Hynde, NME, February 1974

WHEN YOU'RE sitting in a trailer at 2 a.m. somewhere out in 'Last Stopsville', and there's just you, one more hit of apple wine, the ...

Andy Mackay: In Search Of Marcel Proust

Interview by Chrissie Hynde, NME, July 1974

IN TERMS of the rock machine they were chronologically burned out from the start. Who but a pack of literary looneys could have survived falling ...

Magma: Walthamstow, London

Live Review by Chrissie Hynde, NME, March 1974

Music to build empires ...

Velvet Underground: The Velvet Underground: 1969 Live

Review by Chrissie Hynde, NME, April 1974

IT'S SATURDAY NIGHT. I'm alone and all I don't wanna do is keep leafing through this copy of Vogue I got in my mits - ...

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The Sixties

Retrospective by Chrissie Hynde, Word, The, February 2004

"In the Sixties our motto was: never trust anyone over 30. It was all about youth — and youth was a huge threat" by Chrissie ...

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