Interview by Karl Dallas, Rock's Backpages Audio, 22 August 2010
Arlo talks about songwriting and the folk tradition; his memories of his father, Woody Guthrie; on guitar playing; music and politics, and his family's history of Huntington's chorea.
File format: mp3; file size: 55.7mb, interview length: 1h 00' 47" sound quality: ****
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Live Review by Karl Dallas, Melody Maker, 17 December 1966
HIS hair is a lot longer — just about as bushy as dad's used to be in his heyday — and he's an inch or ...
Review by Loraine Alterman, Detroit Free Press, 5 November 1967
THE DOORS, with Jim Morrison singing lead in his urgent, compelling voice, lead you into the strange world of their music after the freaky album ...
Interview by Jacoba Atlas, KRLA Beat, 9 March 1968
HE'S SLIGHT OF build with long hair that hangs almost to his shoulders in curls. At 20, he is an incredible mixture of youth and ...
Live Review by Mike Jahn, New York Times, The, 27 December 1969
Love Tales Sung By Arlo Guthrie Talking-Blues Style Marks Concert at Carnegie Hall ...
Overview by Dave Laing, Melody Maker, 21 June 1975
In this exclusive extract from a major new rock book, The Electric Muse, Dave Laing investigates the post-Woodstock singer/songwriter syndrome, and charts the rise in ...
Report and Interview by Charles Bermant, What's Up, 23 March 2007
'ALICE'S RESTAURANT' is back on the menu. First released in 1967 as the title track of Arlo Guthrie's debut album, the 18-minute talking blues narrative ...
see also Woody Guthrie
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