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Jonh Ingham

Jonh Ingham was one of the key writers on rock and punk in the mid-to-late '70s. His pieces on the Sex Pistols and others for Sounds introduced countless readers to the emerging punk scene. He currently works for Genie Internet.

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10cc And Ready To Roar

Interview by Jonh Ingham, Hit Parader, November 1975

FIVE YEARS AGO one of the most mindless, repetitious, quintessential singles thumped up the world record charts in double-quick time. It was called 'Neanderthal Man'. ...

10cc: How Dare You! (Phonogram)***

Review by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, January 1976

THIS ALBUM really bugs me. So much so that I've spent the better part of a morning throwing away half-typed sheets of paper. The trouble ...

Aerosmith: Toys In The Attic (CBS) (36:59).

Review by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, August 1975

AS AEROSMITH race through 'Toys In The Attic', first track on the platter, all raging guitars, quaint lyrics about 'leaving the things that are real ...

Kevin Ayers: Odd Ditties (Harvest) ****

Review by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, February 1976

PERHAPS THE most apt album title of this or any year. Kevin Ayers has a great penchant for odd ditties, and these songs are decidedly ...

Kevin Ayers: Golden Ayers

Interview by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, March 1976

IN HIS last, rather desperate sounding album, Kevin Ayers really hit the nail on the head. In the middle of the first song, weightily titled ...

The Band: Northern Lights, Southern Cross (Capitol)

Review by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, December 1975

THE BAND don't rush things – this is their first album of original material in four years – and to review this after having listened ...

The Bay City Rollers: Bay City Rollers: Flattened

Comment by Jonh Ingham, Creem, November 1975

THE ROLLERS SNEAKED up on everybody. The astute observer would have first noticed their presence two and a half years ago when their initial success ...

The Beach Boys #1: The Perfect Wave

Discography by Jonh Ingham, NME, March 1973

"I love to make records that my friends like to hear." – BRIAN WILSON ...

The Beach Boys #2: The Exiles Return

Discography by Jonh Ingham, NME, March 1973

THE SECOND and concluding part of Jonh Ingham's retrospective look at the Beach Boys covers the '66 to '73 period. ...

The Beach Boys: 15 Big Ones

Review by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, July 1976

THE FIRST new Beach Boys studio album in three years. Fifteen big ones celebrating 15 years of Beach Boys on their 23rd album (not counting ...

The Beach Boys: Hello Bruce, this is Bruce, Bruce

Interview by Jonh Ingham, NME, December 1974

GIVE BRUCE Johnston credit; he isn't put off his chosen path easily. ...

Chuck Berry: Hail, Hail, Chuck Berry!

Essay by Jonh Ingham, Jonh Ingham's Blog, October 2007

"If you tried to give rock and roll another name, you might call it Chuck Berry."– John Lennon ...

David Bowie: Station to Station (RCA)

Review by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, January 1976

IN MY PHYSICS textbook at school was an amazing photo of two galaxies colliding. Just imagine being on a planet in a system in either ...

David Bowie: Central London Polytechnic, London

Live Review by Jonh Ingham, Phonograph Record, July 1972

"YES, I'M DAVID BOWIE. These are the Spiders from Mars. And we're the slickest show in town." ...

Brinsley Schwarz: God Save The Grateful Dead, Or Someone Like Them

Report by Jonh Ingham, Creem, 1975

Happy doing what we're doing,Happy that we're doing it right.Happy doing what we're doing,Happy that the feeling is right. ...

The Buzzcocks, The Clash, The Damned, Eater, Eddie & The Hot Rods, The Subway Sect, The Vibrators: The (?) Rock Special (#5): Other Bands

Profile by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, October 1976

"I don't understand why people think it's so difficult to learn to play the guitar. I found it incredibly easy. You just pick a chord ...

The Buzzcocks, The Sex Pistols: Sex Pistols/Buzzcocks/Slaughter and the Dogs: Lesser Free Trade Hall, Manchester

Live Review by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, July 1976

ABOVE MANCHESTER'S Free Trade Hall is a little known auditorium, capable of holding some 400, cunningly named the Lesser Hall. Until the Sex Pistols discovered ...

The Clash: Barbarellas, Birmingham

Live Review by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, November 1976

WEDNESDAY HAD been booked as Punk Night at Barbarellas, an excuse, if nothing else, for the club deejay to fall in love with the sound ...

The Clash, The Damned, The Sex Pistols: Welcome To The (?) Rock Special (#1): In Love With The Modern World

Overview by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, October 1976

Johnny Rotten, the Clash, the Damned and a committed cast of hundreds of new music makers give the finger to the old farts ...

Commander Cody & His Lost Planet Airmen: Hot Licks, Cold Steel and Truckers Favorites (Paramount)

Review by Jonh Ingham, NME, March 1973

IT WAS like driving through an infinite oven, the sun dancing in cool water-mirages across the four-lane asphalt. Wayne wiped the sweat from his brow. ...

The Damned, The Sex Pistols: Citizen Punk

Retrospective by Jonh Ingham, Q, 2005

APRIL 1976 - For me it began at the El Paradise strip club, where the Sex Pistols filled a tiny room with three-chord beat and ...

The Doctors of Madness: Doctors Of Madness: Late Night Movies, All Night Brainstorm (Polydor) ***

Review by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, March 1976

IF NOTHING ELSE, this record proves that you can't know anything personal about the people involved if you're to take this whole rock-noir terminal guttercrawl ...

The Doctors of Madness

Interview by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, December 1975

PORTSMOUTH Poly wasn't Saturday night's top hotspot by any means, but then it seemed as well hidden as El Dorado. Still, an evening's pleasure topped ...

Dr. Feelgood: Dr Feelgood: Malpractice (United Artists) (36.08)

Review by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, October 1975

FROM THE speed-crazed paranoid stares on the cover to the buzz-bomb guitar attacks inside, one question demands to be answered: would you let your parents ...

Dr. Feelgood: The /almost collected thoughts of Dr. Feelgood

Interview by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, October 1975

DR FEELGOOD: Wilko Johnson – guitar; Lee Brilleaux – vocals; John B Sparks – bass; The Figure – drums. They grew up on Canvey Island in ...

Ducks Deluxe: Man in the Moon, London

Live Review by Jonh Ingham, NME, February 1975

THE DUCKS ARE one of the few '70s bands that have the power to redefine rock and make it a vibrant life force once more, ...

John Entwistle, The Who: John Entwistle: Is This The Right Man For Mayor of Acton?

Interview by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, February 1976

'Momma's got a squeeze box she wears on her chestAnd when Daddy comes home he never gets no rest Because she's playing all nightAnd the ...

The Faces

Interview by Jonh Ingham, Phonograph Record, January 1972

AS FAR AS AMERICA is concerned, the Small Faces were notable for one single, 'Itchycoo Park', and one album, Ogden's Nut Gone Flake; the former ...

Fanny: Unnnghhh! Grunt, Slurp…

Report and Interview by Jonh Ingham, NME, November 1974

LETS BE SEXIST for a coupla paragraphs. ...

Bryan Ferry Comes Clean

Interview by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, July 1976

THE LIGHT caught him in bas-relief. Under the scuffed, light brown leather jacket a light blue shirt with creases pressed into the shoulders and rolled ...

Bryan Ferry: Let's Stick Together (Atlantic) Import***

Review by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, October 1976

IT'S HARD to review this album without sounding as artsy-fartsy as the man in question. I mean, I don't know much about Art but I ...

Andy Mackay, Bryan Ferry, Phil Manzanera, Roxy Music: The Roxy Music Story

Report and Interview by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, October 1975

THE TELEPHONE'S ringing woke him. Sleepily Flame Torso surveyed the tangle of blankets which hid the form next to him. He vaguely tried to remember ...

The Flamin' Groovies: Flamin' Groovies: Shake Some Action (Sire) ***

Review by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, July 1976

SEVERAL WEEKS ago I reviewed a French import of the above mentioned Groovies album, complaining about the terrible sound. It is my pleasure to announce ...

The Flamin' Groovies: Grease; Alive Forever! (More Grease)

Review by Jonh Ingham, NME, February 1975

SOME OF YOU may remember The Flamin' Groovies. ...

The Flamin' Groovies: Shake Some Action (Philips) [Import]**

Review by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, April 1976

IT'S HARD to imagine that the Groovies are ten years old, or that it's four years since they tried to enliven us in Britain. But ...

Aretha Franklin at Fillmore West

Live Review by Jonh Ingham, Creem, June 1971

BILL GRAHAM'S Fillmore West. At one end is a fairly large stage, the sides littered with sound equipment. Behind it hangs the light show scrim. ...

Roy Harper: Poetry In Motion With The One Eyed Giant

Report and Interview by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, June 1975

ROY HARPER reckons Roger Waters listens to Valentine at least three times a week. He also reckons he's influenced Led Zeppelin and Jethro Tull. If ...

Roy Harper: The Original Hippie

Report by Jonh Ingham, NME, February 1973

"I'LL COME back and see you, but I'm not getting smashed. I'm 24 and feeling it.""That's all right Robert, neither am I. We'll stand in ...

Roy Harper: Stormcock in Heat, That's Roy Harper

Report and Interview by Jonh Ingham, Rolling Stone, December 1972

ROY HARPER WAS holidaying in Norway when word of the movie reached his management. It was his first holiday in three years, and all they ...

The Hold Steady: Shepherd's Bush Empire, London, July 2, 2007

Live Review by Jonh Ingham, Rock's Backpages, July 2007

I FORGET WHICH sexy mega rock god said it, but it was someone suitably svelte and saturnine who said, "Anyone who tells you they got ...

Ian Hunter, Mott The Hoople: Ian Hunter: Through the Glasses Darkly

Interview by Jonh Ingham, Creem, August 1975

THOSE SHADES! Oceans of mid-Atlantic green plastic bounded by translucent brown frames, black electrical tape wound in large balls around the tips to protect the ...

Jefferson Starship: Dragonfly

Review by Jonh Ingham, NME, November 1974

HONESTLY, HAVING even to think about Jeff Airplane/ Starship/whatever these days is getting to be a bore. ...

Jethro Tull: The Forum, Los Angeles CA

Live Review by Jonh Ingham, Creem, October 1971

Rock As Electric Wallpaper ...

The Kursaal Flyers: Kursaal Flyers: Coming In On A Wing And A Prayer

Report and Interview by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, March 1976

IT'S AMAZING the difference a moustache makes. ...

The Kursaal Flyers: The Great Artiste (UK) ****

Review by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, February 1976

THE KURSAALS have always had a way with visuals and image – Paul Shuttleworth's background in commercial art no doubt. Just check the ad for ...

Lady June: Lady June's Linguistic Leprosy

Review by Jonh Ingham, NME, January 1975

FILE THIS ONE under Everybody Is A Star. ...

Ronnie Lane: Seedy Lad Discusses Tent Collapse

Interview by Jonh Ingham, NME, March 1975

SOMEWHERE IN the hinterlands of this once-proud isle, in a medieval pub which has beams wallpapered with matchbooks proclaiming the existence of "Joe's Cafe", Ronnie ...

Led Zeppelin: Jimmy Page: Technological Gypsy

Interview by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, March 1976

'Aleister Crowley is the great misunderstood genius of the 20th century.' ...

Led Zeppelin: Houses Of The Holy

Review by Jonh Ingham, Let It Rock, June 1973

THE WAY I SEE IT, if you've been a Led Zep fan since day one, and think that 'Whole Lotta Love' is the cat's pyjamas, ...

Led Zeppelin: Presence (Swan Song)

Review by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, April 1976

AFTER THIS PLATTER had spun incessantly for an afternoon on the office phonogram I asked a non-Zep fan what he thought."Oh, it's okay I guess. ...

Led Zeppelin: The Song Remains The Same (Swan Song)**

Review by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, October 1976

THREE YEARS to get a live album out? Three years??? I mean – really!! After all, John Denver did it in ten days. ...

Led Zeppelin: The Song Remains The Same

Film/DVD Review by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, November 1976

SO THERE we were. We'd pushed through the crowds outside the Warner West End theatre. Run the gamut of flashbulbs. Said Hello to the McCartneys. ...

Alvin Lee: Alvin Thrills the U.S. Army Freaks

Report and Interview by Jonh Ingham, NME, December 1974

ALVIN LEE is a deceptive character. He's never really worked at making his presence felt in the way Rod Stewart or Elton John have done, ...

Alvin Lee: Lemme Out!

Interview by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, May 1976

AT 3PM, Alvin Lee, benevolent despot, was still asleep – he hadn't gone to bed until 9.30am – so it seemed a good excuse to ...

Alvin Lee: TYA's Animated Man

Interview by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, October 1975

TO VISIT ALVIN LEE at home is seemingly to see a man living the perfect fantasy life – 40 room mansion, large gardens, recording studio, ...

Lynyrd Skynyrd

Report by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, February 1976

KATE SIMON'S MOTHER used to warn her, "Katherine, beware of people who drink before two p.m." My mum advised me to keep that first glass ...

Lynyrd Skynyrd: Hammersmith Odeon, London; Apollo Theatre, Glagow

Live Review by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, February 1976

IF YOU want to know just how good Skynyrd are, they're the rare band you wouldn't mind working for, just to watch the action every ...

Manhattan Transfer: Be-bopin' theTransfer Tradition

Interview by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, September 1975

Manhattan Transfer don't like being classed as a nostalgia band, they feel they're urban folk singers, singing music of the ghetto. Jonh Ingham talks to ...

Mott The Hoople: Breaking Up Is Hard To Do

Report and Interview by Jonh Ingham, Creem, April 1975

EVEN AS MOTT the Hoople were announcing Mick Ronson as their new guitarist at a fancy New York press conference, plans were underway for the ...

Mott The Hoople: Motto Grosso

Report and Interview by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, June 1976

Mott are shouting and the girls are pointing. That's what being on the road is all about. Mott are back and JONH INGHAM was there ...

Gram Parsons: GP (Reprise)*****

Review by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, May 1976

IF YOU woundered why, or where, Rick Grech gets off with performing Gram Parsons type country music, it stems from co-producing this bona fide classic. ...

Elvis Presley: Elvis At 72

Comment by Jonh Ingham, mog.com, August 2007

EVERY YEAR a bunch of new noisy kids will tell you rock and roll is a young man's game. At 72 and still The King, ...

The Pretty Things: Pretty Things: Decade Of Dues Now Pays Off

Interview by Jonh Ingham, Rolling Stone, February 1973

THE ENGLISH BANDS that have survived since the first days of the British Invasion can be counted on the fingers of one hand. The Stones, ...

The Pretty Things: Silk Torpedo

Review by Jonh Ingham, NME, November 1974

IT GIVES you faith to know that through all the impermanency and transience of this beast we call rock, The Pretty Things soldier on. ...

The Pretty Things: Still As Strong As Bo Diddley's Guitar Arm

Report and Interview by Jonh Ingham, NME, March 1973

FEEL THE svelte red leather. Take in the expensive walnut dashboard surrounding the precision instruments; the speedo flicking between 70 and 80. Experience the full ...

The Pretty Things, Uriah Heep: Uriah Heep/Pretty Things: Empire Pool, Wembley

Live Review by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, June 1976

THE PRETTY Things can, on occasion, succumb to being ordinary, but usually they're great. This night was no exception. Using the cavern of Wembley Empire ...

Queen: A Riot At The Opera: Queen Triumphant

Report and Interview by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, November 1975

QUEEN ARE the type of group that make a man want to abandon rock writing. They pose questions and never provide answers. They exist in ...

Queen: Mercury Rising: The Queen Interview

Interview by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, January 1976

AND SO IT CAME to pass that the Santa Claus single this Yuletide season was a spaghetti-melodrama of Love and Death, by that most British ...

Queen: Wimpy and Quips : Jonh Ingham shares an eggburger with Queen's Brian May

Interview by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, September 1975

IT WAS AN EASY DAY; I was reading my old press clippings. The phone rang. I almost didn't answer it but security can lull you. ...

Keith Richards, The Rolling Stones: And Sitteth At The Right Hand Of God…

Retrospective by Jonh Ingham, Rock's Backpages, December 2003

Jonh Ingham recalls a night in the presence of Keith Richards, April 1976. ...

Jonathan Richman and The Modern Lovers: The Modern Lovers

Review by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, July 1976

I'D LIKE, if I might, to commence this review by borrowing an expression from Andy Childs, he of 'Zig Zag' and 'Fat Angel' fame. Okay ...

The Rolling Stones: Fire and Fury in Frankfurt

Report and Interview by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, May 1976

FORTY POUNDS for one night in a hotel. It makes you wonder. Forty Pounds would keep me and the missus for a week or more, ...

Mick Ronson: Rats To Riches

Interview by Jonh Ingham, Creem, August 1975

"I should never have done solo albums, but I'm glad I did." ...

Roxy Music at the Rainbow Theatre, London

Live Review by Jonh Ingham, Phonograph Record, September 1973

KONO IS A a Japanese journalist, top of his class. One week he's flaming around New York, the next week in London, hip to all ...

Roxy Music: The Roots

Interview by Jonh Ingham, NME, April 1973

"I'D BEEN nursing the idea for Roxy since my last band," says Bryan Ferry, "since 1964-65. Obviously, when I stopped with the other band I ...

Roxy Music: Ultra Pulp Images On The Video-Cassette Of Your Mind

Profile and Interview by Jonh Ingham, NME, April 1973

THE FIRST COSMIC rock law of the seventies is this: "Everybody is a star". To which the answer is: "So what?". Roxy Music, undeniably, have ...

The Runaways: Runaways (gasp): At Last An (groan) Objective (pant) View

Live Review by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, October 1976

The Runaways: The Roundhouse, London ...

Sadistic Mika Band

Profile and Interview by Jonh Ingham, Hit Parader, November 1975

TWO YEARS AGO, at the time of For Your Pleasure, I attended an out of town Roxy gig. Along for the ride was Kazuhiko and ...

Sadistic Mika Band: Sadist Faction

Interview by Jonh Ingham, Let It Rock, June 1975

TWO YEARS AGO I attended an out of town Roxy gig. Along for the ride was Kazuhiko and Mika Katoh, husband and wife leaders of ...

The Sex Pistols: Sex Pistols: This Could Be The Last Time

Report by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, January 1978

HYSTERIA! Disgust! Bemusement! Perplexity! The hip, FM radio dj still can't believe it. The Sex Pistols in San Francisco – heavee, man! Back in Hollywood, ...

The Sex Pistols are four months old...

Report and Interview by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, April 1976

THE SEX PISTOLS are four months old, so tuned in to the present that it's hard to find a place to play. Yet they already ...

The Sex Pistols: The (?) Rock Special (#3): Sex Pistols

Report and Interview by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, October 1976

John Rotten (vocals), Steve Jones (guitar), Glen Matlock (bass), Paul Cook (drums). ...

The Sex Pistols, Siouxsie & The Banshees: The (?) Rock Special (#2): The Audience

Report and Interview by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, October 1976

"I didn't even know the Summer of Love was happening. I was too busy playing with my Action Man."— Sid Vicious ...

Slade: Steamroller Rock Knocks 'Em Flat

Profile and Interview by Jonh Ingham, Rolling Stone, February 1973

LONDON – Noddy gets the fans shouting, clapping, stomping, throwing their bras and knickers up on stage. Dave looks inhuman, silver from head to toe, ...

Sly & The Family Stone: Fresh (Epic)

Review by Jonh Ingham, NME, May 1973

SLY IS an interesting enigma. Top soul dj-turned-musician, he singlehandedly influenced the course of soul music with a sound that owed more to acid than ...

Patti Smith Is Innocent, OK?

Report and Interview by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, May 1976

Jonh Ingham, on the other hand, is guilty. Six days it took him to get us this piece. SIX DAYS! The Patti Smith crazy Sounds ...

Patti Smith, The Stranglers: Patti Smith: Once Is Not Enough (ungh! choke! etc)

Live Review by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, October 1976

Patti Smith/The Stranglers: Hammersmith Odeon, London ...

Chris Spedding: Chris Spedding (Rak)

Review by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, April 1976

'AND EVERYONE goes/To see their guitar heroes' is not the kind of lyric many people would even think of, let alone commit to posterity. But ...

Chris Spedding: Speeding With Spedding

Report and Interview by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, September 1975

DEEP IN the bowels of Television Centre, Chris Spedding whiles away the hours in a dressing room, waiting for those few minutes on TOTP when ...

Steely Dan: Katy Lied

Review by Jonh Ingham, Let It Rock, June 1975

WHEN I FIRST RECEIVED this album it engendered dispassionate dislike, but the more I play it the more I become merely ambivalent. Certainly there are ...

The Strawbs: From The Witchwood (A&M)

Review by Jonh Ingham, Rolling Stone, November 1971

THE STRAWBS started out as a bluegrass duo, went through incarnations with Sandy Denny in her pre-Fairport days and a cellist from Sadler's Wells Opera ...

The Supremes: The Supremes (Tamla Motown) (32.16)

Review by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, August 1975

SIX PRODUCERS on one record? Is this some kind of a joke? I've heard of Rick Derringer dreaming of a different producer for each song ...

Tangerine Dream: Ricochet (Virgin) 38 min*****

Review by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, November 1975

THE TANGS RULE. Jamie had seen it spray painted on walls all over town. In underpasses. On the back walls of railway sidings – 20 ...

Tangerine Dream: Singalongatangs

Report and Interview by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, November 1976

YOU WANT a picture of prosperity?Take a gander over there, then. Yeah, that guy sitting on the floor at the back of the audience. That's ...

Thin Lizzy: Fat Cheque For Thin Men?

Interview by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, July 1976

Lizzy hit the big time. With one eye on Wimbledon, they reveal all to JONH INGHAM... ...

Thin Lizzy: Imperial College, London

Live Review by Jonh Ingham, NME, February 1975

IT WAS WITH thunderous welcome that the dynamic Thin Lizzy returned to London last Saturday, winning many new fans and "wowing" old ones in a ...

Allen Toussaint: Southern Nights (Reprise)

Review by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, June 1975

Toussaint's Night Flight ...

T. Rex: The Lyceum, London

Live Review by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, February 1976

I MET A TRUE love at a T. Rex concert, so he has a special affection. At that time he was assaulting America, expecting everybody ...

Martha Velez: Escape From Babylon (Sire)

Review by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, July 1976

IF YOU'RE of the opinion that there isn't enough Wailers music available, here's something to make your day. Apart from Ms. Velez, Lee Perry and ...

The Who: Meaty Beaty Big And Bouncy (Decca)

Review by Jonh Ingham, Phonograph Record, December 1971

WELL, THEY'VE (and we all know who they are) finally gotten around to putting 'I Can't Explain', 'The Seeker', and 'Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere' onto an ...

Wings: 'She's A Good Cook, Eamon'

Report by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, October 1976

THANK YOU, AND I SHOULDN'T HAVE TO TELL ANYONE WHO HE WAS.THE LARGE, widely spaced, easy to read letters are to be the first words ...

Roy Wood: Mustard

Review by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, December 1975

EVEN IF you don't particularly care for Roy Wood (and his music seems to arouse, negatively speaking, disinterest rather than hate), you have to give ...

List of genre pieces

The (?) Rock Special (#4): Mark P

Profile and Interview by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, October 1976

"I may be sounding dramatic but I wanna go out and hear the sounds that I like every night, I wanna have to choose what ...

The Sun Records Revival

Review by Jonh Ingham, Phonograph Record, November 1971

SUN RECORDS and Phil Spector's Philles Records were the two most important independent record companies in the history of rock and roll. ...

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