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Annie Lennox

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Eurythmics' Annie Lennox (1983)

Interview by Max Bell, Rock's Backpages audio, August 1983

The Eurythmics' front woman covers subjects from veganism to feminism, via marriage, class, the nature of success, and anything else she can think of.

File format: mp3; file size: 24.9mb, interview length: 27' 12" sound quality: ****

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Eurythmics' Annie Lennox (1983) [transcript]

Audio transcript of interview by Max Bell, Rock's Backpages transcripts, August 1983

This is a transcript of Max's audio interview with Annie. Listen to the audio of this interview. ...

Annie Lennox: MaSQUERaDE!

Interview by Max Bell, The Face, October 1983

THE EURYTHMICS used to rehearse in a room above a picture framers in Camden Town. Now, with money in the bank and record sales approaching ...

The Right Stuff: Annie Lennox on Singers

Interview by Adam Sweeting, Q, February 1987

I NEVER HAD enough money to have a record player, so I never got into the habit ol buying records, and so my only real ...

Annie Lennox: Who's That Girl?

Profile and Interview by Lucy O'Brien, Select, February 1991

Never afraid to experiment and shock, Annie Lennox has paraded a succession of challenging images during the last decade — from androgynous hedonist to caring ...

Annie Lennox: Hmm... What Rhymes with "Angst"?

Profile and Interview by Mat Snow, Q, May 1991

Her career has not been what she would call a bed of roses. For Annie Lennox, more like a diary of private nightmares played out ...

Annie Lennox: No worries? That’s worrying...

Interview by Phil Sutcliffe, Q, May 1992

Leaving Eurythmics has given her freedom. Becoming a mother has brought her happiness. So what’s Annie Lennox’s problem now? It’s writing songs, she tells Phil ...

Beaten By The Curve Ball: Annie Lennox: Diva (RCA)

Review by Max Bell, Vox, May 1992

SOMETIMES you come home and they've moved the furniture. ...

Various Artists: The Freddie Mercury Tribute, Concert For Aids Awareness, Wembley Stadium, London

Live Review by Paul Mathur, Melody Maker, 2 May 1992


Annie Lennox: Front Woman

Interview by Mac Randall, Musician, March 1993

CONGRATULATIONS ON your Grammy nominations. Are you making any bets on how you'll do? ...

How did Annie Lennox beat depression and sing again?

Interview by David A. Keeps, The Word, July 2003

THERE'S A KNOCK on the door of Annie Lennox's Victorian suite in Boulder, Colorado. ...

Annie Lennox: The First Lady

Report and Interview by Nicholas Jennings, Inside Entertainment, October 2007

WHEN I FIRST met her, she spoke in a whisper, protecting the gold-plated vocal cords that had made Eurythmics one of the top musical acts ...

Annie Lennox: Songs of Mass Destruction

Review by Alfred Soto, Stylus, 4 October 2007

FEW THOUGHTS ARE LESS WORTH CONTEMPLATING than Annie Lennox as a woman with feelings and such. As the singer for Eurythmics — still the most ...

see also Eurythmics

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