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Deanne Pearson

Deanne Pearson wrote for NMESmash Hits and The Face in the late 1970s and early 1980s

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The Bodysnatchers, The Selecter: The Selecter, The Bodysnatchers: Dingwalls, London

Live Review by Deanne Pearson, New Musical Express, January 1980

THE LAST thing I heard in 1979 and the first thing I heard in 1980 were rocksteady ska rhythms from two bands connected with what ...

Kate Bush: The Me Inside

Interview by Deanne Pearson, Smash Hits, May 1980

Kate Bush lets Deanna Pearson in on her secrets ...

Dead Kennedys: Punk Rot Is Here To Stay

Interview by Deanne Pearson, Face, The, January 1981

THIS IS THE hardcore faction. Spiked hair, leather jackets, the backs emblazoned with the logos of Crass, UK Subs, Adam & The Ants. Hordes of ...

Dead Kennedys: A Talent To Annoy

Profile and Interview by Deanne Pearson, Smash Hits, December 1980

"I JUST couldn't believe it. I just kinda stood there with a blank stare on my face, thinking oh God — it really happened!" ...

Eddy Grant: Dread At The Controls

Interview by Deanne Pearson, Smash Hits, January 1981

Deanne Pearson visits Ice Records and talks to The Boss (Eddy Grant), The Leading Artist (Eddy Grant), The Band (Eddy Grant), The Chief Engineer (Eddy ...

The Fall: Free Fall

Interview by Deanne Pearson, Smash Hits, April 1981

DEANNE PEARSON DISCUSSES THE FUTURE WITH MARK SMITH, LEADER OF MANCHESTER'S MOST MILITANT COMBO. ...

Funkapolitan: Your Flavour Of The Month

Profile and Interview by Deanne Pearson, Smash Hits, August 1981

Deanne Pearson learns to Dance, Scream & Scoobydoo ...

Gang of Four

Interview by Deanne Pearson, Face, The, April 1981

Poolswinning Yorkshire musicians syndicate, Hugo Burnham, Dave Allen, Jon King and Andy Gill, pictured with the small change from their record-breaking swoop on EMI's Treble ...

Linton Kwesi Johnson: All The Way With LKJ

Interview by Deanne Pearson, Face, The, July 1980

Whenever it rains/I think of you And I always remember that day in May When I saw you walking in the rain I know not what it was nor why For ...

Madness: Nice Band, Shame About The Fans

Report and Interview by Deanne Pearson, New Musical Express, November 1979

Deanne Pearson puts the cat among the pigeons and scotches some nasty rumours. ...

Malcolm McLaren: Where The Buffalo Roam

Interview by Deanne Pearson, Face, The, December 1982

• Svengali turned singer Malcolm McLaren has — canny as ever — recorded one of the debut singles of the year, 'Buffalo Gals', after months ...

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